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How To Love Going To Work – Every Day

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Seventh, don’t spend your lunch break at your desk. A quick walk around the block is more energizing than the cup of coffee and chocolate bar we crave during that afternoon slump. And don’t forget to sit up straight! A big cause of back and neck pain is poor posture at the desk. Even better, every hour or so, take a quick stroll around the office ending with a couple of deep stretches.

Healthy and happy employees make productive, long-term employees. If you have a specific need, such as a private place to pump if you are nursing or a flexible schedule, don’t hesitate to speak with your boss. Be factual and clear, laying out how you envision your plan working. Odds are, he or she will be willing to hear you out and you’ll love your job even more.

About the Author: Pnina Baim holds a B.S. in Health and Nutrition from Brooklyn College and an MS.edu from Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Program. She works as a nutritionist, a certified lactation consultant, a home organizer, and in her free time writes as much as possible. She is the author of the Young Adult novels, Choices, A Life Worth Living (featured on Dansdeals and Jew In The City) and a how-to book for the Orthodox homemaker, Sing While You Work. The books are available at amazon.com. Pnina is available for speaking engagements and personal consulting. Contact her at pninabaim@gmail.com.


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