May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month The last two years have brought significant change for many people. While some of that change has benefited us (ie- working from home flexibility,) it has also brought about more isolation, which has resulted in things such as social anxiety, depression and increased substance abuse. With May being Mental Health Awareness month, this…

March- National Nutrition Month

The food we ingest is vital for so many reasons and while some of these may be obvious, others can be a good reminder since they impact our daily lives. Food has the power to: Boost our energy (say hello to more productive workdays) Improve our concentration Good nutrition habits can help us sleep better…

Self Care for Non-Profit Professionals

DAILY DOSE’s founder, Georgia Homsany, joined non-profit consultant Sabrina Walker Hernandez to discuss tips for work-life balance for non-profit professionals. This session can apply to anyone and discusses ways to be more mindful in setting goals for the year and putting measures in place to achieve those goals. Self Care Tips Speaking Event January 11,…

Raleigh Metro SHRM Strategic Summit

DAILY DOSE’s founder, Georgia Homsany, led a panel on “The Science Behind Employee Burnout” in Raleigh Metro SHRM’s 2021 Strategic Summit. While these SHRM sessions are not able to be recorded, the below slides highlight how burnout is defined and stats around the current state of health in the workplace. The Science Behind Employee Burnout…

Tips to Be More Mindful at Work

Summer mode is here, which means longer days, warmer weather, and motivation dips at work as a result of wanting to be outdoors. With many of us still working from home and taking vacations, it can be difficult to find the motivation to power through and be productive; therefore, we wanted to share some tips…