An African girl sitting down and writing into her notepad in front of a Mac computer screen
An African girl sitting down and writing into her notepad in front of a Mac computer screen
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Hasn’t each one of us Earth-dwellers wondered at least once in our lifetime what we could do to become healthier, happier and wealthier?

What I am going to propose today is hardly a strategic life management breakthrough considering there are around twenty life coaches to be found per every square kilometer these days — telling you more or less the same thing.

Hats off to all of them though — caring enough to spend your own life endeavoring to improve someone else’s is a noble goal in itself.

I didn’t, however, hear any of them present this life management strategy…


With many professionals suddenly switching to working from home full time earlier this year, finding ways to optimize this new reality amidst changed schedules and new distractions can be challenging.

In theory, working from the comfort of your own home should make things easier — no exhausting commutes, no uncomfortable office attire and yes — no 4 PM energy slumps having you reaching out for your secret drawer chocolate bar stash, again.

So, why do we then find ourselves feeling just as (if not more) tired at the end of another ‘office’ day while working in our favorite frumpy pajamas…

Andjelka Pavlovic

Living in Dubai. Doing marketing. Loving books, cats and motorcycles.

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