There is more to reduce stress & anxiety than just yoga and meditation. Eating right food can help you stay calm reduce the stress. Incorporating anti-oxidant rich food like berries, citrus food, and Vitamin C protects against brain oxidative stress. Berries and other Vitamin C rich food like lime, guava, amla, capsicum, oranges helps to clear stress hormones cortisol from the blood. Berries has phytonutrients that helps improve the body's response to stress. It has calming effect. Research has found that eating a small piece of dark chocolate can keep you calm. The flavanoids in dark chocolate helps to reduce stress hormones and is also effective for high anxiety.
The unceasing Covid-19 pandemic has enforced many small and large organizations to work from home. High profile companies such as Google and Microsoft are encouraging or mandating that staff adopt a work from home policy. Philosophically, the world may never be the same again as this mass remote working mandate could prove to be a social/work experiment that few companies would have ever undertaken on such a scale. Will we ever return to our office in the same way?
Do You feel a pinch for spending less time with your family? Do you feel inept for choosing your work over family? You are not alone. This is something each one of us juggling work and home goes through every morning when we wake up. We are as we say are a superwoman, the perfect boss, colleague, team mate, mother, wife, daughter and you name it. Yes, we are all of this put together minus the perfect; let’s admit being human we cannot be right and perfect at so many roles of our lives. And we do not need to stress ourselves over this.
Women will grow when their economic participation grows. – Payal Koul Do we all believe in the fact that Women are one of the most powerful forces driving global economic growth? Yes! Because Women empowerment in the business world is directly related to economic growth. This in turn leads to national development. However, the fact still remains that their true potential is untapped, her will to multi-task has led to an underlying guilt.
5 things being a mother taught me. Our daughter was born ten years after we got married! Not that we did not think of starting a family before, but life was so full of late-night parties, impromptu vacations, hanging out, and hangovers, it left no space for a little one. With the biological clock ticking away, we finally took the plunge and became parents in 2007.