In the future, office design plans will prioritize employee wellness

December 12, 2019 at 06:18PM by CWC I never thought I’d take interior-design inspiration from an office space, but as of late, I’ve found myself spending a number of off-duty hours googling mustard-yellow armchairs and color-coded bookshelves to mimic the chic co-working space The Wing. Workplace design has come a long way in the past … Continue reading In the future, office design plans will prioritize employee wellness

If employers can commit to these 10 culture goals, a burnout-free workplace is possible

September 16, 2019 at 01:00PM by CWC “I’m so burned out,” is a phrase many of us have called upon to describe a state of being tired or stressed, but this year especially, the condition of burnout has been percolating in the public conscious as a condition to regard in measures more serious than colloquial. … Continue reading If employers can commit to these 10 culture goals, a burnout-free workplace is possible

Monday is the best day to shop at Ikea, according to employees

April 25, 2019 at 04:54AM by CWC I always have to mentally prepare myself before going to Ikea, and I’m sure I’m not alone. As you’re navigating the crowds within the never-ending maze of Swedish home goods, in search of the perfect picks to spruce up your space, it’s easy to get stressed. To make … Continue reading Monday is the best day to shop at Ikea, according to employees

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A female shooter opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters, injuring three: https://t.co/OJ2altQ1A8 Employees were evacuated and an investigation is underway. April 3, 2018 at 12:06PM #ivervegan pic.twitter.com/Z6muiXjhqm — CityFXbroker 👩🏻‍💻 (@iversue) April 4, 2018 To read more, click above t.co (twitter) link April 03, 2018 at 10:33PM A female shooter opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters, injuring … Continue reading A female shooter opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters, injuring three: https://t.co/OJ2altQ1A8 Employees were evacuated and an investigation is underway. April 3, 2018 at 12:06PM #ivervegan https://t.co/Z6muiXjhqm

How to Run Safely Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Answers to your most frequently asked questions as the virus continues to spread. By JORDAN SMITH MAR 23, 2020 This is a rapidly developing situation. For the most up-to-date information, check resources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) regularly. This story will be updated as new information … Continue reading How to Run Safely Amid Coronavirus Concerns

I’m a psychologist, and these are my top 8 tips for distracting yourself from overwhelming worry

March 19, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC Now is not the time to tell someone to stop worrying; COVID-19-related news updates are troubling to many for a variety reasons—confusion about the future of jobs, childcare, the health of loved ones, personal health, and the list goes on. Still, it’s key to learn how to stop … Continue reading I’m a psychologist, and these are my top 8 tips for distracting yourself from overwhelming worry

The meaning of ‘shelter in place,’ and how it relates to social distancing

March 18, 2020 at 02:00AM by CWC The San Francisco Bay Area woke up Tuesday to an order of “shelter in place.” Mayor London Breed had announced on Monday that as of  12 a.m. on March 17, residents must stay home unless they’re leaving for an essential reason. “These steps are based on the advice … Continue reading The meaning of ‘shelter in place,’ and how it relates to social distancing

There aren’t any women in leadership positions at my company—so how can I climb the ladder?

March 12, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC In the pursuit to achieve professional success, it’s incredibly helpful to have a vision of how that success may look—and, more crucially, how success for you may look. But what if at your place of work, you don’t see any women in leadership roles? In this edition of … Continue reading There aren’t any women in leadership positions at my company—so how can I climb the ladder?

The firefighter physical fitness test ignites every muscle in your body

March 11, 2020 at 06:00PM by CWC The work of firefighter is physically demanding. The job requires wearing up to 75 pounds of gear, not including the additional strength needed to carry ladders, fire hoses, and people out of burning buildings. Obviously you have to be in great shape to become a firefighter, which is … Continue reading The firefighter physical fitness test ignites every muscle in your body

I didn’t expect Harvey Weinstein to be convicted—and that’s a problem

March 11, 2020 at 04:25PM by CWC On February 24, a jury in New York convicted producer Harvey Weinstein on two of the five charges for which he faced trial: rape in the third degree and criminal sexual assault in the first degree. As the news broke, my colleague Katie (who asked to use a … Continue reading I didn’t expect Harvey Weinstein to be convicted—and that’s a problem

Why do we keep taking nutrition advice from Silicon Valley?

March 06, 2020 at 10:00PM by CWC Twitter founder Jack Dorsey drinks salt juice every morning and eats just once a day. Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey loads his coffee with butter, engages in 60-hour intermittent fasts, and continuously monitors his blood glucose levels (despite an absence of diabetes). Silicon Valley psychologist Cameron Sepah, PhD, encourages … Continue reading Why do we keep taking nutrition advice from Silicon Valley?

Your guide to buying and drinking truly sustainable wine

March 06, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC Thanks to climate change, people are more willing than ever to go “green” with their eating habits, from going plant-based (at least some of the time) to cutting back on their food waste. So it should be no surprise that many people are interested in making their beverages … Continue reading Your guide to buying and drinking truly sustainable wine

The cannabis world has a diversity problem, but Cannaclusive’s founders are seeking to change that

March 04, 2020 at 11:00PM by CWC On the surface, it looks as though the cannabis industry is wide open with opportunity right now. By 2025, the market for the medicinal plant is projected to be worth $66.3 billion, expanding at an annual growth rate of almost 30 percent. In five years time, experts say … Continue reading The cannabis world has a diversity problem, but Cannaclusive’s founders are seeking to change that

6 Gratitude-Sparking Ideas To Try If You Feel Uninspired At Work

March 03, 2020 at 11:04AM One of the most distinctive attributes we’ve seen in great executives, is that they notice and express appreciation for small-scale efforts as much as they celebrate major achievements. They look for incremental wins every day that they can acknowledge. Now, this is not to say that managers shouldn’t be vigilant … Continue reading 6 Gratitude-Sparking Ideas To Try If You Feel Uninspired At Work

How to find the supplement to help your gut issues (based on what might be causing them)

February 28, 2020 at 10:00AM by CWC If you have digestive challenges (and over 60 million people do), calming your gut can feel like a never-ending process of trial and error, but that could be because you’re looking at the wrong symptoms. For example, when you’re dealing with constant brain fog and lack of energy (on … Continue reading How to find the supplement to help your gut issues (based on what might be causing them)

Wear foundation? Dermatologists don’t go a day without recommending this one

February 26, 2020 at 09:00AM by CWC The idea that foundation is inherently at odds with your skin is officially dead. We now know that most of the current offerings won’t do anything bad (or anything at all, really) to your pores, and that many modern formulas actually offer skin-care benefits. In other words, as … Continue reading Wear foundation? Dermatologists don’t go a day without recommending this one

Well+Good TALKS: How Women are Advancing the Wellness Start-up Space

February 26, 2020 at 08:24PM by CWC Female entrepreneurs are leading the way in wellness—launching and scaling innovative, sustainable companies (and workplace cultures) that are disrupting conventional industries. Alexia Brue, Well+Good’s co-founder, will moderate this special conversation in honor of Women’s History Month. You will learn from three founders & CEOs at various stages of … Continue reading Well+Good TALKS: How Women are Advancing the Wellness Start-up Space

I didn’t expect Harvey Weinstein to be convicted—and that’s a problem

February 26, 2020 at 06:22PM by CWC On Monday, a jury in New York convicted producer Harvey Weinstein on two of the five charges for which he faced trial: rape in the third degree and criminal sexual assault in the first degree. As the news broke, my colleague Katie (who asked to use a pseudonym) … Continue reading I didn’t expect Harvey Weinstein to be convicted—and that’s a problem

If Peloton and The Mirror had a baby, it would be this new at-home fitness system

February 26, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC In the last few years, digital fitness has proven that it can do a lot. It can bring an entire spin class into your living room, put a personal trainer in the palm of your hand, and allow you to compete with other at-home athletes all over the world. … Continue reading If Peloton and The Mirror had a baby, it would be this new at-home fitness system

What to do if you get ghosted at work, because it isn’t just a dating thing anymore

February 25, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC Ghosting in the dating scene is all too familiar of a pest with which we have to contend. But a lesser-known reality of the phenomenon is that it’s also very much possible to get ghosted at work. “Professional ghosting is when a potential client, colleague, hiring manager, or … Continue reading What to do if you get ghosted at work, because it isn’t just a dating thing anymore

Feel less burnt out in 3 months or less using this 3-step roadmap

February 20, 2020 at 10:23PM by CWC To be upfront, there is no clear “cure” to burnout: it’s something clinical, chronic and can’t be solved overnight. But burnout experts agree that soothing burnout involves being really proactive in how to make time for yourself. Like, meaningful time, time that’ll revive you. Making time for yourself is rejuvenating, … Continue reading Feel less burnt out in 3 months or less using this 3-step roadmap

Need workout motivation? Just get a dog, according to research

February 18, 2020 at 10:00AM by CWC In the age of “if you didn’t Instagram your workout, did it really count?” fitness can feel like an all-or-nothing proposition—but it shouldn’t. Together with Michelob ULTRA—the next-level light beer that wants to take the stress out of staying fit—we’re exploring ways to be active that you’ll actually enjoy. … Continue reading Need workout motivation? Just get a dog, according to research

658 women died from pregnancy-related causes in 2018. Most of them were Black

February 14, 2020 at 09:30PM by CWC Every year in the United States, nearly 700 women die of pregnancy-related complications. For every one of those deaths, approximately 100 more almost die. Maternal mortality—death during pregnancy or within 42 days after delivery—is the sixth most common cause of death among American women ages 25 years to 34 … Continue reading 658 women died from pregnancy-related causes in 2018. Most of them were Black