work-life balance

work | Longevity LIVE

In order to curb the rising rates of coronavirus infections, many companies have agreed their employees should continue to work from home. Now while it seems like a great idea, it can take some getting used to. In fact, it can be hard to maintain a work-life balance when you’re

Working | Longevity LIVE

Working from home sounds amazing to most. And while it does have its advantages, there are pitfalls as well. One major pitfall of working from home is that it feels more relaxed, making it super easy to slip into a lazier, inefficient routine. Working from home also has its distractions,

meditation | Longevity LIVE

According to the World Health Organization, mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression cost around US$1 trillion globally in lost productivity each year (1). With the new work year upon us, coupled with long demanding working hours and minimal vacation time, it’s easy for our jobs to leave us

healthy | Longevity LIVE

Living a healthy lifestyle means different things to everyone, but health and happiness often go hand-in-hand. When you’re healthy and capable of doing the things you enjoy–as well as the things you have to do (like work)–you’re bound to feel much more accomplished and in good spirits compared to when

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

Monday blues [longevity live]

Monday blues is a very common sensation that tends to lurk around in our minds at the start of a new week. Sometimes the thought of getting back into the swing of things seems too awful to face. That’s why we end up hitting the snooze button, again and again, every

wake [longevity live]

Wake up earlier and get things done. Honestly, whether or not you are an early riser it’s been proven that humans are most productive in the mornings. Benjamin Franklin himself says in his autobiography that his daily routine meant waking up at 5 am and going to bed by 10

manager | Longevity LIVE

In life, the only constant is change. Not everything goes according to plan, according to Janine van Deventer, Marketing Manager at Ackermans. “Sometimes you just need to roll with it,” she says. “I am a working mom with two beautiful kids, but balancing a grueling work schedule, managing a sizable