The pandemic spurred many millennials to rethink the role of work in their lives. Now they’re walking away from corporate 9-to-5 jobs to pursue creative passions and entrepreneurial ambitions.
When Maya Butti quit her job in finance and travelled to India, she realised it was time to follow her passion for natural health. Now, the nutritionist is educating her clients about corporate burnout, wellness fatigue and how mini habits can transform your health.
Are you racked by productivity guilt? We explore how the hobby got ousted by the side hustle and why commodifying your leisure time isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Dubbed generation burnout, millennials are shackled to the notion that no matter what we achieve, it’s never enough. But when you try to “have it all”, you miss the enjoyment of having just what’s important.
In the post-pandemic world, workers are rethinking their careers and job-hopping is at record highs. For those ready to make a career leap, it’s crucial to look after your cognitive health.
With more millennials demanding flexibility at work, freelancing and remote working are in vogue.
Our perception of time grew hazy during lockdown. As we reacquaint ourselves with the old way of office meetings and dinner dates, let’s take a crash course on time management.
We speak to Amy Jade Parin, naturopathy student at Endeavour College of Natural Health, about her wellness practice, setting boundaries and finding work-life balance nirvana.
Discover why the virtual space may very well be the future of work.
Feel trapped by your office job and wish you could live life on your terms? Remote working is on the rise, and in the post-COVID era it’s more popular — and easier — than ever.