Are You About To Graduate? Here Are Tips To Help You Transition To The Workplace

Most graduates find it hard to transition into the workplace. This is because unlike school where performance is based solely on individual effort, performance in the workplace is usually as a result of collaboration. Add to this the mismatch between what is taught in schools and the skills that are actually needed in the market, and it is easy to understand why most graduates find it difficult not only to get, but also keep jobs. [Read More]

What Can You Do To Make Long Distance Moving Easier For Your Children?

Moving long distance might seem exciting to you, but to your children, it can be an anxiety-inducing experience. Your kids could be worried about leaving old friends and trying to make new friends. The anxiety can make the entire moving process more challenging for the family. To help make the move as stress-free as possible, here are some tips for moving long distance with children.   Talk to Your Children [Read More]

3 Tips to Help You Stay Healthy When You Have a Sit-Down Job

Working is a necessary activity that many people do sitting down at an office workstation. The ergonomics of your workstation can affect your health, and the wrong type of ergonomics can cause disease and injury. Here are some tips to help you choose a workstation and stay healthy at work. Choose Your Office Chair Wisely A big part of the proper ergonomics at your workstation is to have the right office chair. [Read More]

2 Assumptions You Shouldn't Make About Your Home Insurance Policy

A problem people can have with insurance policies is making assumptions about them. You may have a policy that is paid for, but it does not mean that you are covered under all situations. Do not assume any of these things so you are prepared for an emergency when you need to make a claim. Assumptions About Water Damage A basic home insurance policy should cover water damage, but there are exceptions based on how the damage was caused. [Read More]