offices

aromatherapy in the office | Longevity LIVE

If you work in an office, especially in an older building, you’ve probably grown accustomed to harsh lighting, unpredictable temperatures, and stale, stuffy air. This is where aromatherapy, the practice of using fragrance to help achieve psychological and physiological benefits, can help. Here are five benefits of aromatherapy in the

women at healthy workplace| Longevity Live

When the workdays are long and the weeks blur together, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed yet extremely difficult to find ways to relax. The truth is, in addition to your busy schedule and on-the-job challenges, the state of your healthy workspace, or not,  could also be partly to

workday| Longevity Live

When you continuously have a long workday, the days may start to blend together. You get up, head to the office, spend hours there, head home, maybe visit the gym and cook dinner, sleep a few hours and then do it all over again. It’s easy to get into a

job | Longevity LIVE

Considering the fact that we spend an average of 35 hours a week at the office, the last thing you’d want to do is spend all that time at a job you absolutely despise. In fact, research from management consulting company Gallup found that around 50% of full-time employed Americans

co-working | Longevity LIVE

Innovations in the working world are beginning to shape our productivity and how we work – particularly with the growing trend of co-working spaces. While working from home does sound appealing for freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses, doing so can bring its own share of small disturbances. Also, these individuals would