If you’re feeling more stressed from 9 to 5, you’re not alone. According to a recent study, most stress is work-related and caused by a lack of people feeling appreciated. So, what happens when appreciating people isn’t a priority? Can gifting help? This blog has the answers.
Backed by ongoing research, “employee burnout” is a trending topic making headlines as people continue working remotely. Is burnout a consequence of doing all the things from home? Or is burnout due to a lack of people feeling appreciated? This blog explores what burnout is and how organizations can prevent or reverse symptoms of burnout.
We already know that receiving and giving gifts makes us feel good. But did you know that gifting can affect your health? According to science, a great gift experience can elicit positive emotions, promote social connection, improve physical health, and decrease stress—not just for the recipient but also for the giver.
While working remotely, it’s essential to your health and well-being that you take time to learn what motivates you, both extrinsically and intrinsically. Whether it’s working towards earning a virtual gift experience or an internal sense of fulfillment— what motivates you matters and can affect your work-life balance.
It’s estimated that millions of students will be temporarily homeschooled while we wait and watch to see how the coronavirus evolves. With no clear indication of when schools will be back in session, working parents are all asking the same question: How can I keep my kids entertained and up-to-date on their schoolwork all while working from home? Here are a few tips to help see you through and keep you sane.
Finding a work-life balance can be emotional, and these days, we find ourselves on a new precipice: how can we remove some of the emotions and stressors surrounding all of our own new, varying nine-to-five routines? We don’t have all the answers, but we do have some advice that might help, for the sake of our work—and the sake of our post-work selves.
Online communication is essential to our workflow, and Cultivate employees have learned how to manage our inboxes as we manage ourselves at work: with care and a balanced approach to mental health. Here's how we’re physically and emotionally managing our inboxes. For the sake of our work and our post-work selves.
Even though the holiday season is supposed to be a joyful time, we can create the opposite by letting bad habits creep in. This is where the concept of mindfulness comes in. Mindfulness means allowing yourself to get immersed in an experience or unforgettable moment and reflecting on them. It is turning unnecessary distractions off and thoughtfulness on.
Cultivate’s objective as a company is best told through our core purpose: Working together to appreciate and inspire amazing people. One of the best ways to combat a lackluster attitude towards appreciation is by consciously recognizing the things we’re thankful for.
What started as a solution for stylish readers in 2001, Eyebobs has elevated into an outlet for personal expression. Rooted in the idea that when you change your glasses to reflect your personal style, you transform into your true and authentic self.
If you're like us, one of your New Year's resolutions is to get better organized. Whether at home or work, getting organized will help eliminate clutter in your day to day and boost your focus and productivity. Here are a few ways to help get you organized in the New Year.