Lately, it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day. Like you’re constantly playing catch-up, always several steps behind in your work. You’re suffering from poor time management skills.
If you really stop to think about it, your body is really just another kind of machine. Certainly, it’s an incredibly complex biochemical machine, driven by a biological supercomputer we don’t yet fully understand. But it’s still a machine – and it follows the same rules as one.
What a year. From mass protests to a presidential impeachment hearing; from a catastrophic Game of Thrones finale to Keanu Reeves’ newfound position as a media darling, 2019 was a downright dizzying time. We still aren’t entirely sure how to feel about it – the only thing we know for certain is that we’re not…
Just a decade ago, office dress codes brought to mind suits and ties, high-necked blouses and high-cut skirts. Times have changed, though. Employees no longer want to feel like they’re going to a formal event when they’re heading to work.
According to the National Center for Disease Control, only one in four U.S. adults meets the recommended daily guidelines for physical activity. That’s not surprising. We live in one of the most sedentary eras in human history.