5 Key Tips For A Better Life-Post Divorce
Posted on 02-18-2016 by Santo Artusa

Whether you are currently in divorce or family law litigation or you are considering filing for divorce or a motion, there are certain things you should seek during the process that will enable you to live a better life-post divorce or post breakup. Now, before I go into my tips, I do want to say that... Read More

Leaving it at work: Preventing burnout before it begins
Posted on 01-07-2016 by amanda-alge-bales

5…4…3…2…1… HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! As you ring in the New Year, you’ll toast to countless things such as good health, happiness and success. Another popular thing many will toast to is to having the ability to Leave it at work! What are you leaving at work exactly... Read More

Pop Quiz: Is Your Work-Life Balance Healthy?
Posted on 07-17-2015 by amanda-alge-bales

Do you feel you are unbalanced in regards to your work-life balance? If so try taking this quick quiz from Business News Daily to gauge how balanced you are. Answer each question with True or False and see how balanced (or unbalanced) you really are. 1. __________ My life and work demands often interfere... Read More

Preventing Burnout: A how-to guide when you are on the edge
Posted on 04-24-2015 by Tracie Morris

It’s natural to feel burnout sometimes. With all the stresses that come with each of our everyday lives, I’d be shocked if one hasn’t felt burned-out before. So how can one tell if they are heading down the road to a burnout? Here are 13 signs of a potential burnout according to Forbes... Read More

Friday Distraction: Compensation is More Than a Paycheck [infographic]
Posted on 09-12-2014 by amanda-alge-bales

Employee benefits continue to be perceived as an important part of the employment package. It can help organizations retain talent. And as it becomes harder to find talent, benefits can be a key differentiator for candidates. This infographic from Mercer shows us what employees think about benefits.... Read More

10 Famous Law School Dropouts
Posted on 06-27-2014 by rheamalhotra

For those of you are already stressed about beginning law school next year – here is some motivational information you may not know. Here’s a list of 10 Law School dropouts who went on to lead their lives. So if you can get through law school – think about what you are capable of. ... Read More

Plans for Sunday? How Will You Enjoy the "Longest Day" of the Year?
Posted on 06-20-2014 by Christina Alge

Sunday marks the longest day of the year or actually the most daylight of any day in the year (if you want to get technical). How will you celebrate? A leisurely walk, a dip in the pool or will you plan a summer getaway? The Summer Solstice officially kicks off the summer season, so here is a nifty... Read More

Can you take a REAL vacation? Is that even possible anymore?
Posted on 05-22-2014 by Christina Alge

Starting tomorrow, summer vacations will be in full swing (if they haven't already started). Every year, I take a summer vacation to a remote cabin taking advantage of the lack of internet signal and forcing my mind to shut down about my never-ending, to-do list. I find that my annual 'R&R... Read More

If you like to take lots of vacation, the U.S. is not the place to work via CNN.com
Posted on 05-20-2014 by Christina Alge

With the exception of a few national holidays, American workers generally get 2 to 3 weeks out of the whole year which is much less than what people in many other countries receive. According to the article, Why is America the 'no-vacation nation'? via CNN.com , the global running joke about... Read More

Leave work at 5 p.m. and still get it all done: A how-to
Posted on 05-02-2014 by Travis Burchart

It’s a pattern with which most full-time professionals are familiar–you’re spending increasing amounts of time at your desk, but it feels like you’re getting less done. The hours stretch on, the to-do list grows, and you find yourself facing a future where you might let go of... Read More

What are some of the things successful people do every weekend? The things you are (probably) already doing.
Posted on 04-25-2014 by Travis Burchart

“A successful person is usually one who has achieved a measure of happiness and fulfillment in their work, family, and spiritual life (however that is defined for the individual). Most successful people need to feel a sense of accomplishment and are self-motivated to tackle the next challenge.”... Read More

Legal insights about vacation/vacation pay for all those booking a summer vacation
Posted on 04-23-2014 by Travis Burchart

Whether it be a travel destination or the now popular staycation (which is another name for the stay-at-home vacation), many questions surround the topic of vacation rights and vacation pay. This blog post via SkloverWorkingWisdom tackles the 50 most popular, and frequently asked questions about vacation... Read More

Extinguishing Burnout - 4 Signs You Are Headed For Disaster
Posted on 11-12-2013 by Steve Berstler

We’ve all felt it. That feeling of, “I’ve had enough. I can’t do this anymore. I don’t want to do this anymore.” Call it job stress, fatigue, or whatever, many of us have experienced it and, as a result, may even have thought about a change in careers. (I’ve... Read More