Why Does Work Make Me So Tired? July 11 NewsletterNewsletter / Produced by The High Calling
God’s Prescription for Workaholics
Busyness is our badge of honor. We boast about how tired and overspent we are, as though it were something to be proud of.
Your Work Matters: Unspoken Agreement
This everyday work of breathing in and out and then in again is wearing me thin. And some days, I cannot bear to...
Calling in Sick When You’re NotBlog
It’s common for millennials to see their parents, teachers, and managers call in sick when they aren’t. American workers take about 2.8 million days of unplanned absences a year. But one postal...
Community Post: When You’re Too Tired for SabbathBlog
We haven’t gone to church regularly in weeks. A long winter, work schedule changes and a church move at the beginning of...
The demands, pressures and stress of work can put a huge strain on relationships with our coworkers. This 4-day plan from Theology of Work Project and Workmatters provides simple steps you can take to be more loving to your coworkers that will transform those relationships and increase both joy and productivity at work.
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