SirKussalot

fen-1994:

Why do you keep saying that?!

Heteronormativity in action.

Decisions

Major decisions
Do I really have a choice
You are but a tease

thewallstreetexecutive:

These Countries Are So Much Better Than America When It Comes To Work-Life Balance
It’s official, France wins. The European country has inspired the envy of the rest of the working world by enacting a new labour deal that encourages an estimated 250,000 employees in the tech and consulting sectors to disconnect from work emails and calls after-hours.
While America is good at a lot of things, creating a culture of healthy work-life balance is not one of them. More than eight in 10 American workers report beingstressed about their jobs, and stress costs American companies roughly $300 billion each year. Burnout has been called the ”disease of our civilization.” Overwork and occupational stress may not only be hurting the bottom line by reducing employee productivity — they could be killing us. And yet so often, we still celebrate stress, sleep deprivation, and overworking as badges of honor and signs of personal worth.
A number of other countries are way ahead of the curve when it comes to enacting policies to foster healthier workplaces and support the health, happiness and productivity of their workers. As Americans, we might do well to take a page from their book.
Here are five things Americans could stand to learn from other countries about working (and living) well.
France is encouraging workers to unplug during off-hours.
HuffingtonPost

So let’s keep working. Change can wait til tmrw

thewallstreetexecutive:

These Countries Are So Much Better Than America When It Comes To Work-Life Balance

It’s official, France wins. The European country has inspired the envy of the rest of the working world by enacting a new labour deal that encourages an estimated 250,000 employees in the tech and consulting sectors to disconnect from work emails and calls after-hours.

While America is good at a lot of things, creating a culture of healthy work-life balance is not one of them. More than eight in 10 American workers report beingstressed about their jobs, and stress costs American companies roughly $300 billion each year. Burnout has been called the ”disease of our civilization.” Overwork and occupational stress may not only be hurting the bottom line by reducing employee productivity — they could be killing us. And yet so often, we still celebrate stress, sleep deprivation, and overworking as badges of honor and signs of personal worth.

A number of other countries are way ahead of the curve when it comes to enacting policies to foster healthier workplaces and support the health, happiness and productivity of their workers. As Americans, we might do well to take a page from their book.

Here are five things Americans could stand to learn from other countries about working (and living) well.

France is encouraging workers to unplug during off-hours.

HuffingtonPost

So let’s keep working. Change can wait til tmrw

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

There are only a few things that would cause the world to explode instantaneously..

There are only a few things that would cause the world to explode instantaneously..

#THE INTERNET

#THE INTERNET

Don’t ever change, man.

Don’t ever change

Look close efficient and delicious eating.

Look close efficient and delicious eating.

hate:

imagine if your entire life was a social experiment

This is how u explain my life