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All Work and No Fun Give Work Outs a Limited Run by Gregory S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 28 Jul 2008 7:02am 1 Comment Although I typically write about exercise issues that affect mainly women, this piece speaks to anyone trying to stay fit and stick to a work out routine. Recently, I stumbled upon new and exciting research* about exercise intensity and its implications for sticking with a fitness routine. (I’m a Ph.D., we tend to find new studies fascinating). ... Read on »
When Work Isn’t Working – When You Work in a Toxic Environment by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:01pm We’ve all experienced toxic work environments (not in the sexy pre-shaved head Britney Spears kind of way) and if you’re currently experiencing this, you have my condolences. Ordinarily I’d say your best bet when dealing with a truly dysfunctional work situation is to look for greener pastures. With the current state of the economy though, that ... Read on »
Work, Work, Work by IrritableWoman .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:07pm Went back to work this week…worked Monday, Wednesday and will be working tomorrow. I guess the word to use for the week would be "challenging". I have the best boss ever. He actually brought in a cot AND a pillow for me to use if I get tired. Is that not the bomb? The entire office has been so supportive. It really is true that the pe ... Read on »
Work, Work, Work… by bamarunner11 Posted Sun 07 Mar 2010 3:49pm “Never chase a lie. Let it alone, and it will run itself to death.” -Lyman Beecher I am working 6 hours today, but at least I don’t have class tomorrow! Before work, I ran a few miles… Time: 1:30:33 Distance: 11.02 miles Average Pace: 8:13 per mile I actually wasn’t as sore as I expected after running 26.2 miles yesterday ... Read on »
Work work work! by Mandy Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00am Well Dave and I have been working our little butts off lately on the website and some new projects. The most exciting project for me has been creating our range of organic bamboo and cotton tees. Bamboo is such a beautiful fabric and super soft while also being considered one of the most environmentally friendly crops on the planet. It requ ... Read on »
Work. Work. Work. (@ Gowanus E… by Matthew Z. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 5:14am Work. Work. Work. (@ Gowanus Expressway I-278) Read on »
Stage 2B and work, work, work! by Lori K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 12 Apr 2012 7:12pm Yesterday just flew by.  It was very busy and boring, so I didn’t bother posting anything.  I was ready to lift today. I notice the sun coming up earlier and earlier! It is a welcome change. Today, I tried a different workout shake. I did some mango, almond milk, cinnamon, and whey protein.  It was pretty good.  Not as thick as my pumpkin s ... Read on »
Sleep, work, cake, sleep, work, cake, sleep, work, gin by Laurachora Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 02 Oct 2012 3:00am At the moment things are moving so fast that I am unable to stop to take a breath. It goes something like this: Sleep, work, eat, sleep, work, eat, sleep, work, drink gin. I am combining my normal work (as a social media analyst for a big brand) with a new business that The Husband and I have just launched, with very little time for anyth ... Read on »
work work work... by Alice V. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Jul 2013 1:49pm I don't think I've ever had a week where I've worked this hard and been this stessed about work since... well EVER. This last week I've been working 11 hour days with no breaks and barely time to eat while working... I'm hoping tomorrow will be the last day of this... for a while at least!! Not good for my fitness or mental wellbeing :-( THANK GO ... Read on »
Is Your Life Just Work, Work, Work? by Jeff A. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:47pm Yesterday morning, I woke up very early so I could go for a long run. I knew I was going to be running for 2 and a half hours and instead of dreading it, I was actually looking forward to it because I knew how it was going to make me feel whilst I was doing it. I had a presentation to deliver in the evening so I knew I could practice ... Read on »