“Clock out” of remote work with these transitional tips (h/t, change clothes like Mister Rogers)

“Allowing a buffer between work and home life tells your brain you have moved past one activity and onto another,” says a behavior therapy coach.

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Instead of commuting to the brick-and-mortar office, millions of remote workers are now logging in for the virtual workday. While this new dynamic has its perks, remote work also presents numerous challenges for telecommuters, especially when it comes to creating a healthy work-life balance. Needless to say, the oft-said adage about “leaving work at work,” becomes slightly more complex when the home serves as both a private and professional space. To help telecommuters

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Qualcomm Forecasts Ballooning 5G Sales, Posts Largest Revenue Earnings

Qualcomm forecast fiscal first-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates on Wednesday as it predicted sales of 5G smart phones would balloon to more than half a billion units next year, powered in part by new Apple iPhone 12 models.

Qualcomm’s shares were up 14 percent¬†in extended trading.

The San Diego-based company is the biggest supplier of processors for smartphones and modem chips that connect phones to wireless data networks. It has invested heavily in developing lucrative 5G technology hoping to profit as it becomes mainstream in mobile phones, a trend poised to ramp up with the introduction of Apple’s

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13 Meditation Apps and Self-Care Products To Relieve Stress

The workday is stressful enough without a global pandemic and worrying about the 2020 US presidential election. Here are tools to ease anxiety.

Work has significant impacts on employees’ mental health. The stress of completing tasks, balancing responsibilities, managing time, and keeping superiors happy can be exhausting. More than half (55%) of US employees experience burnout at work, with the majority of those (86%) directly connecting their burnout to job satisfaction, a University of Phoenix report found.¬†

One way to avoid burnout is through better self-management, reported TechRepublic contributor Mary Shacklett, which can be achieved through meditation. A common self-care

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