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SDSN Youth opens the application period for its 2023 Local Pathways Fellowship

Young people play a vital role in achieving the SDGs. Be the next urban leader and apply for the Local Pathways Fellowship 2023 by February 1! The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Youth Initiative (SDSN Youth) announced the launch of the call for applications for the 2023 cohort of its Local Pathways Fellowship (LPF)... Read more

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Finding a Happier and Less Stressful Way to Do Business by Chelsea Lamb

As an entrepreneur, you have a lot of spinning plates going all at once, and if any of them falls and breaks, it can end up sending them all crashing to the floor. No wonder you’re stressed! The problem with being stressed from keeping all those plates in the air is that the more stressed... Read more

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What Is Disordered Eating? Signs, Symptoms, And Support

image Written by Chloe Garnham Content warning This article references potential trauma triggers, including disordered eating, depression, anxiety, PTSD, self-harm, and suicide. If you are in distress and need immediate help, trained counselors are available to take your call. Please find a crisis hotline in your country here.  Hunger cues are powerful signals that motivate you... Read more

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The definitive guide to disability inclusion in the workplace

In an increasingly digital and remote working environment, it’s important to focus on inclusivity. This guide explores the key aspects of disability in the workplace in depth, providing insight into how inclusive company policies and working styles tend to be (or tend not to be), as well as showcasing key data. We’ll also look at... Read more

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Navigating Nursing as a Nurse Living With Disabilities

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 26% of adults living in the U.S. have some type of disability. This can include challenges with mobility, cognition, hearing, vision, and self-care. A disability may affect your career as a nurse but can also be valuable. "Living with a disability, or chronic illness, or health... Read more

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Four cleaning habits will reduce clutter and stress

Cleanliness doesn’t necessarily mean wiping down every surface of your home twice a day, or covering all of your furniture with plastic. Cleanliness isn’t about eliminating messes from ever happening, it’s about creating a certain kind of environment. For a home, the environment should be the pinnacle of comfort for the people living within. Instead... Read more


4 Best Practices For Building Happy And Productive Hybrid Work Teams by Cassie Cooper

After two years of remote work, many offices are transitioning to hybrid work setups in an effort to regain some normalcy. In fact, according to an ABC News report on new hybrid office spaces, up to 57% of newly constructed offices are being specifically designed with this setup in mind. Analysts say this reflects how necessary... Read more

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Proof That Positive Work Cultures Are More Productive

By Emma Seppälä and Kim Cameron Too many companies bet on having a cut-throat, high-pressure, take-no-prisoners culture to drive their financial success. But a large and growing body of research on positive organizational psychology demonstrates that not only is a cut-throat environment harmful to productivity over time, but that a positive environment will lead to... Read more

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How to Limit Exposure to EMF and Radon at Home by Pamela Tatam

Radiation exposure is more common than you might think. In fact, many people are exposed to radiation at home, even if they aren’t aware of it. Electromagnetic fields or EMFs are created when electric current flows, and the strength of the magnetic field varies with power consumption. However, EMF strength remains constant, so it’s important... Read more

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The Difference Between Tolerance and Acceptance

We often use the words tolerance and acceptance, it isn’t even jargon to us! These words carry everyday meanings in everyday conversations and are quite regularly used interchangeably. However, both these words denote different things and under them, come a variety of attitudes and perceptions about the world.  Tolerance: So let’s unpack them one by... Read more

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Why Is Social Inclusion Important for Mental Wellbeing?

We often hear the terms inclusion and exclusion being used in conversation around us, especially in recent times, social inclusion has become a key topic for deliberation in all aspects of life. It is not some distant political concept, but it has become something we are trying to execute in our everyday lives such as... Read more

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Giving and Receiving: A Healthy Balance

What’s Wrong With Just Being a Giver? Have you ever felt taken for granted? Ever experienced resentment towards someone that you actually love doing nice things for but they don't ever seem to reciprocate? If yes (and there are numerous more examples of the particular feeling we’re talking about), then perhaps you’re struggling with achieving... Read more