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5 Coffee addict or snacker? – Nutrition in Homeoffice

In the last blog Nutritionist Manuela Best provides an overview of the physical and nutritional aspects you should pay attention to and how to integrate them into your daily routine. The cabinet of sweets close by or treats right next to the workstation. What tips does she have for you if you are a snacker…

6 Nutrition in Homeoffice – Inputs from an Expert

As promised in the last blog post, we move on from mental health and focus on physical health in this article. This week’s first post is about nutrition in home office. Nutritionist Manuela Best gives us an overview of the physical and nutritional aspects you should pay attention to in your home office and how…

14 10 Gadgets for the Homeoffice: some indispensable some nice-to-have

You have already seen the advantages and disadvantages of working from home in the previous blog post. However, in order to work efficiently, remain in good health, and have a comfortable environment, some equipment is needed. And that’s exactly what we’re focusing on in this blog post: five essential items and five extra convenient features…

23 Gen Z: A Generation Without Location Ties? 🌎

It displays no sign of stopping, is set for continued expansion, and will most likely grow into our new norm… No! I’m not writing about COVID-19 (which hopefully, at some point, does reach an end). I’m typing about remote work. Roughly a year ago, as the world went into lockdown, people from everywhere faced many changes

12 «Alles Schlechte hat etwas Gutes!» – auch zu Zeiten von Covid-19?

Ein Zitat von Jon Cohens, welches zum Thema dieses Blogposts kaum zutreffender sein könnte. Die Covid-19 Pandemie erreichte im Februar 2020 die Schweiz (Bundesamt für Gesundheit, 2020), seither hat sich unser Leben massgeblich verändert: soziale Kontakte sind eingeschränkt, Reisen verboten, Veranstaltungen abgesagt, Läden mussten schliessen und es gilt eine Homeoffice Pflicht. Was ist nun das…

1 What is digital minimalism?

For now this will be my last blogpost of the minimalism blog series. However, I want to wrap it up with an important topic about digital detox. The time wasted on mobile devices is increasing year by year. On average an US adult is spending around 3 1/2 hours on their smartphones or surfing the

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