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Ashley Whillans is a Harvard Business School professor and behavioral scientist whose research explores the connection between how we spend time to how we experience happiness. Her recent Harvard Business Review series “Time Poor and Unhappy” looks at why we feel so starved for time today when, in fact, we have more discretionary hours than ever before.
“Across studies, we find that the happiest people prioritize time over money. People who are willing to give up money to gain more free time experience more fulfilling social relationships, more satisfying careers, and more joy.”
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Dalhousie’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) is a paid-for and confidential service there when you need it. Here is a snapshot of the range of information on Financial Wellness that is available on their website at workhealthlife.com.
The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the year ─ but it can also be the most stressful. Many of us spend every spare minute shopping, decorating, cooking, baking, wrapping, socializing and worrying whether or not everything will get done! We’re also worrying about starting the New Year in the red as the cost of gifts, entertaining, travel, and food can decimate our budgets.
Adding to our stress can be family and friends. For weeks leading up the holidays, we’re bombarded with commercials and television programs depicting perfect people enjoying happy times together. The reality is often cranky children, argumentative siblings, critical parents, difficult in-laws, and demanding bosses!
There are ways to reduce the stress and actually enjoy the season. Try the tips at https://www.workhealthlife.com/Article/Read/how-to-have-a-stress-free-holiday-season. (Search for “Dalhousie University” on the landing page to access the full suite of content and services of your EFAP.