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4 Powerful prayers to pray before work

Work can be turned into something not only practical, but spiritual.

10 Catholic ways to celebrate Labor Day

Put on the grill, for sure, but here are some other tips to make the day a little more meaningful this year.

5 Amazing quotes from saints about work

Here's something for your #MondayMotivation -- and a Labor Day weekend reflection.

5 Ways to have the most organized school year yet

You don't need perfect systems, you just need something that works when you need it to.

The Google manifesto is both right and wrong… here’s why

The problem with the memo by former Google engineer James Damore isn't the science, it's the application.

Why “do what you love” isn’t such a great idea

Ideas don’t become generally popular unless they serve someone’s interests, and those interests are probably not yours.

How to unplug in a world that’s always connected

Medical professionals and those who've managed to switch off share their results.

A happy workplace increases productivity — but how do you create one?

What works for younger employees doesn't always work for older ones.

Sweden tests a 6-hour workday, and this is what they found

It may never be feasible in the US, but the findings could make us think differently about our work-life balance.

Cerebral palsy hasn’t stopped this guy from his dream job at a baseball stadium

Keith Geiser has always wanted to work in security, and now his dream is coming true!

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