The Anatomy of Fear Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSFlorida Hospital – Apopka Previous articleWhy is April 18th the federal tax deadline this year?Next articleA History of Easter Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply After a lot of soul-searching, she realized that her work-life balance needed some work itself. “I strived so hard to get a position that I thought would make me feel fulfilled,” says Santamaria. Ultimately, that path brought her to a place where she felt more stressed and drained than accomplished. At that point, she knew she had to make a change. “I harnessed my faith and began focusing on how I could use my God-given talents for a greater sense of purpose,” she explains.Santamaria took a leap of faith into a new role as an HR specialist that focused on her God-given strengths in leadership coaching and succession planning. While this was considered a “step down” in title, it turned out to be the biggest step up that she could have ever imagined.Santamaria shares her top five tips to bring your work and life back into balance.Find your purposeSantamaria sums it up beautifully: “If you are doing what you are meant to do it doesn’t feel like work.” Think about your strengths and what you love to do. When you focus on work that optimizes these things, it just flows naturally into something that you enjoy, not something that stresses you out.When you are harnessing your strengths, you feel energized, happy and positive. Santamaria suggests, “Pay attention to what you feel like after you complete certain tasks.” “Do you feel motivated and accomplished? Or drained and stressed?” If your work aligns with the former, chances are you strike more balance. Recognizing the later can bring you to some revelations that can put you back on track.Find time to do what makes you happyIf you’re doing what you love for work it makes you happy, but you likely enjoy other things too. Whether it’s spending time with family and friends, taking time for yourself, exercising, traveling, reading, or any number of things, whatever it is that makes you happy is something you need to prioritize in your life.For Santamaria, it was blocking out Sundays as her “family day” so that she can look forward to that designated time once per week. “It is important to set limits in your life and with your time,” she suggests. When you set limits, you become more productive and mindful. For example, if you know Sundays are your family days, you are more inclined to get your other tasks (both work and personal) completed on the other days. One way that Santamaria does this is to calendar time for everything that she wants to accomplish in a week. Her calendar prioritizes what is important to her and includes her goals.Manage your time wellBeing diligent and organized reduces stress because you are taking ownership of your time and the tasks that you need to accomplish. This is true for your work and personal life. Santamaria suggests adopting a master to-do list that combines both work and personal tasks. “It’s really hard to separate work and other tasks when it comes to your time,” she says. “If you work from one master to-do list and prioritize all tasks based on your deadlines, you will have a better grasp on where you need to spend your time on any given day.”For Santamaria, managing time is also about managing her health. “Having a chronic health condition forces me to set limits and recognize when my time needs to shift towards taking care of myself,” she adds. “Living with Lupus, I have to be diligent yet flexible- it’s definitely a delicate balance, but knowing when to slow down and take time for my health is an exercise of setting limits that are imperative for my overall health, wellbeing and work productivity,” she concludes.Set weekly goalsGoals shouldn’t just live in business plans; they can be a part of your work and personal life. If you set goals for yourself – big and small – and incorporate them into your schedule you will have a greater likelihood of achieving them and feeling accomplished. “Always have a target, and incorporate your goals into whatever tool you use to plan your time,” suggests Santamaria.Technology can assist you with this exercise. Using digital calendars and other task management and productivity tools can keep track of where you spend your time, help you manage tasks and track and adjust your weekly goals.Be gentle with yourself and othersRemember, the key word we’re talking about is balance. To have balance, you must be flexible. If you’re finding that your work-life balance is out of kilter, take a moment be gentle on yourself. Take a deep breath and focus on solutions to bring it back into harmony. Focus on making immediate goals that will help you achieve that balance. Maybe they even include implementing some of the tips above.Santamaria explains, “If I don’t meet my goal for a week, I recognize that I tried really hard, and I even celebrate that.” “I know how to adjust my goals for the following week to achieve it, and if I do, I celebrate it.” They key is to focus on what you are accomplishing, and less on what you are not.Today, busier than ever, Santamaria is an inspiration. With a lot of hard work and guidance, she has the career that she loves, she is a public speaker at the Florida Hospital Speaker’s Bureau, runs her own company, and has time for the things in life that make her happy. Implementing strategies to manage her time and life brought a beautiful balance that makes her feel blessed, happy, accomplished and fulfilled in each of her roles – both at work and personally – each day. Please enter your name here Find your work-life balance with these five tipsWhen Lizeth Santamaria, Recruitment Manager for Florida Hospital, recognized that something had to change in her life, she wasn’t quite sure how to do it. She was working non-stop, feeling stressed and not finding much time for her personal life. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment!
By Danielle J. Brown, Florida PhoenixFlorida’s early-education system will see significant changes in hopes of better preparing the state’s youngest learners, as Gov. Ron DeSantis signed two bills from the 2021 legislative session focused on improving pre-kindergarten accountability and early reading skills.DeSantis promised significant benefits for Florida’s students.“If you can make headway here, you will see a positive ripple effect continue through many, many years of these students being in our system,” he said during one of two press conferences on Tuesday.DeSantis was joined by the sponsors of the two bills — Rep. Erin Grall (R), and Rep. Vance Aloupis (R). Both of these bills, HB 419 and HB 7011, received sweeping bipartisan support.The goal of HB 419, Grall’s bill, is to provide greater accountability for Florida’s pre-kindergarten programs and give parents as much information about how their child is progressing as possible. These programs are voluntary because compulsory education begins at age six in Florida.“This policy is all about empowering parents and families and giving parents the information they need — at that critical time in a child’s life — to make the best decisions for their children,” Grall said.Almost half of Florida’s kindergarteners are not ready for that level, state data show, and existing assessments of how a Pre-K student is progressing may not give parents enough time or information to determine whether that student should progress.Under existing law, assessments to determine if a child is ready for kindergarten are taken during the first 30 days of kindergarten. This means that parents may not know that their child is not ready for kindergarten until a month after the student started the school year.And, according to an legislative staff analysis, only 53 percent of kindergarten students were deemed ready for kindergarten based on the Fall 2019 assessments. Grall previously called this data point a “failure” on the part of the Florida Legislature.The new law would have students assessed for kindergarten readiness while they are still in Pre-K, so that struggling students can be identified quicker and can receive additional instruction if needed.Rep. Aloupis argued that Grall’s bill will be “one of the most transformational pieces of policy … in the past few decades of education reform.”Aloupis sponsored the other bill DeSantis signed into law Tuesday, HB 7011.It creates a statewide monitoring program to keep track of how students progress in their academic career from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade, so that schools can identify students who are not performing on grade level for reading and mathematics.Aloupis’s bill also works to bolster reading and literacy skills among Florida’s students with initiatives to intervene with struggling readers. One of these initiatives gives high school students a volunteer opportunity to tutor struggling readers in kindergarten through third grade. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 3rd grader reading. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images) TAGSAssessmentsChildrenEducationFlorida LegislatureFlorida PhoenixGovernor Ron DeSantisHigh SchoolKindergartenLiteracyPre-KReadinessReadingSchoolsstudents Previous articleApopka Chamber re-opens registration for Diversity and Inclusion Workshop SeriesNext articleApopka teacher honored, Disney World passes given for Teacher’s Appreciation Week Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment!
“COPY” Year: Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/795777/single-house-in-haut-atelier-lame-architecture Clipboard Photographs: Lionel Macor Save this picture!© Lionel MacorText description provided by the architects. Located in Haut-de-Seine department, the project takes place in a peaceful suburb town close to Paris, in Ile-de-France.Save this picture!© Lionel MacorIt involves the renovation and extension of a traditional stone house, perfectly situated on a quiet street and benefiting from a large green plot. Save this picture!PlanUnoccupied during several years, the main desire was to renovate the existing house all the while preserving its original architectural features. The extension was also driven by the will to respect the existing built and natural environment. Save this picture!© Lionel MacorAdding an extension made sense mainly as there was a need to make the living areas on the ground floor larger. This floor consists of the two living rooms, both north and south facing, a corridor lined with a collections of CDs and vinyls and a kitchen as the central component of the home. Save this picture!SectionThe numerous openings breaks down the relation between interior and exterior, creating a cosy feeling and connection with the natural surrounding.Save this picture!© Lionel MacorThe first floor is home to the first lot of bedrooms, with the spare bedroom and its big terrace looking over the quiet garden on the extension side, and the master bedroom with its open dressing, private bathroom and access to the terrace offering a nice view of the landscape. Save this picture!© Lionel MacorThe upper floors are dedicated to children with each room having both a sleeping area and playing area. Save this picture!SectionThe combination of gritstone, which is typical of the region and the modern architecture components such as steel and glass produces altogether a unique architectural house, enjoyable for everyone. Save this picture!© Lionel MacorProject gallerySee allShow lessBird-Shaped Ashgabat Airport Spreads its Wings in TurkmenistanArchitecture NewsBefore/After: 20 Images of Buenos Aires’ Changing CityscapesMisc Share Photographs Save this picture!© Lionel Macor+ 24 Share CopyHouses, Refurbishment, Extension•Hauts-de-Seine, France Area: 400 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/795777/single-house-in-haut-atelier-lame-architecture Clipboard CopyAbout this officeAtelier Lame ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionHauts-de-SeineFrancePublished on September 23, 2016Cite: “Single House in Haut / Atelier Lame Architecture” 23 Sep 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Houses Step House / Wonder ArchitectsSave this projectSaveStep House / Wonder Architects Architects: WangChong Studio Area Area of this architecture project Manufacturers: 创象塑木板, 科定板, 立邦漆Architectural Design & Interior Design:Chong WangConstruction Drawing:Chong Wang, Zaixin Huang, Liyu Huang, Yanpei ChenDesign Consultant:Xianfeng Ye, Yu LinCity:WuhanCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!At the end of winter, the withered lotus in the pond is gestating vitality. Image © Yumeng ZhuRecommended ProductsDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82Text description provided by the architects. The story begins in the East Lake Greenway. It is unimaginable that in Wuhan with a population of more than 10 million, there is a trail that stretches for more than 100 kilometers. It spans large mountains and lakes, through bamboo forests and cherry blossoms, crisscrossing polder fields, and rice paddies. Fortunately, the embarrassment of “Same Imagine of different Cities” finally disappeared on the site. At the intersection of lakes and rivers in Wuhan, the imagination of a landscape city is growing crazily again.Save this picture!In time, of course, East Lake Greenway also connects the site at the entrance of Hou Shanbi Village, Ma Anshan Park. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!Moving from the yard, it is East Lake. Image © Yumeng ZhuThe Canopy. We can no longer think of how we felt when we first faced the two old houses in the site, because in the winter of 2018, the morning fog of East Lake, the withered remnants of lotus root, and the lush spruce on the side of the village filled all the memories. In the following ten times of running, the sounds of birds and frogs, green bamboos and tender lotus roots, and the fishing nets by the lake in the sunset, are like pieces of puzzles, creating a complete situation for the “Step House”. Undoubtedly, for urbanites trapped in “civilization”, this situation is already attractive enough, and the stigma in our genes makes us want to “return to nature”. However, for us, design is by no means as simple as framed scenery. “The most beautiful scenery is people.” We must not only introduce the landscape but also attract people to make more activities happen here.Save this picture!Or overlook the spruce forest or the lake from the roof courtyard. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!For the library in the north building, people can watch the bonsai garden on the dining table. Image © Yumeng ZhuIt is a choice that requires courage to use more than half of the indoor area for public activities instead of clearly-priced guest rooms. However, after the completion of the building, the crowds have proved that this is a correct decision. Restricted by rural laws and regulations, the original outline of the building must be maintained for the reconstruction, but its internal space has become very rich.Save this picture!The cool industrial texture and warm wood texture achieved visual coordination. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!The original simple roof of the house was removed, and the newly plastic concrete roof exposed the rough texture. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!The metasequoia in the village and the sloping roofs that can be seen everywhere bring design clues, and the two elements of wood and sloping roofs are used repeatedly. Image © Yumeng ZhuAscend. So how do people watch “forests and lakes” under the high-open house-shaped canopy? The design was inspired by the experience of climbing the hills of Wuhan, and it was confirmed by the Song Dynasty landscape painting “A Solitary Temple amid Clearing Peaks“（晴峦萧寺图.circa 960）. On the way to climb, pavilions, pavilions, pavilions, huts, and slab bridges appeared on the hills of Chinese artistic conception. Constituted the “Step” and “Terrace” that people stopped and looked around. The ancients called the rolling hills “Lu Hui”, the step house is that It is named after this.Save this picture!The steps are staggered high and low, forming a movement line of “climbing”, enriching the feeling of wandering, and amplifying the sense of space. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!Ladder Library under concrete roof. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!Stairs arouse curiosity, people climb up unconsciously. Image © Yumeng ZhuContainment. The sun was welcome to enter the door, they moved on the wall, leaving a light spot of time, drew people to stop and meditate. In the early morning, the east window facing the bamboo forest was sprinkled with quiet cold light, and the shadows of the trees were graceful; and in the afternoon, immersed in the warm sunlight on the west side, making the lake view romantic.Save this picture!or you can watch the forest tips on the second floor. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!Or climb the stairs up to the terrace, overlooking the spacious lake…. Image © Yumeng ZhuIn the past year, Wuhan was hit by a new type of coronavirus, but shortly afterward, the city resumed high-speed operations. People from long-deprived homes have come one after another. What Step House most hopes to incorporate is the rich emotions behind Shining city. The epidemic has caused people to constantly reflect: What is happiness? It’s a simple life, a joyful reunion, it’s even the constant “modern homesickness”.Save this picture!Overlooking the southern hills and from the pond. Image © Yumeng ZhuSave this picture!The geometrical architecture creates a relaxed and concise visual effect. Image © Yumeng ZhuProject gallerySee allShow lessRehabilitation of a Single-Family Home in Miraflores / fuertespenedo arquitectosSelected ProjectsClinic in the Woods / Takashige Yamashita OfficeSelected Projects Share Area: 500 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Save this picture!For the people in the steel forest, the destination city also needs a natural outlet. Image © Yumeng Zhu+ 45Curated by 韩双羽 – HAN Shuangyu Share China ArchDaily 2021 Year: Step House / Wonder Architects “COPY” CopyHouses•Wuhan, China “COPY” Photographs: Yumeng Zhu, Chong Wang Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/961399/step-house-wonder-architects Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/961399/step-house-wonder-architects Clipboard Photographs CopyAbout this officeWangChong StudioOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWuhanOn FacebookChinaPublished on May 18, 2021Cite: “Step House / Wonder Architects” 17 May 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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House Committee Proposes Debt Collection Prevention Print This Post The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago debt Debt Collection Foreclosure Senate 2020-05-07 Seth Welborn Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tagged with: debt Debt Collection Foreclosure Senate Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Seth Welborn Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Government, News Share Save Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / House Committee Proposes Debt Collection Prevention Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: 3.1M More Americans File for Unemployment Next: White Paper: Self-Governance Critical for PLS Industry May 7, 2020 1,521 Views The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Chairwoman of the House Committee on Financial Services, led Committee Democrats in releasing the Financial Protections and Assistance for America’s Consumers, States, Businesses, and Vulnerable Populations Act, legislation to provide a comprehensive stimulus and public policy response to the coronavirus pandemic. Included in the bill are provisions to prevent debt collection, led by Congressman Al Lawson.“In light of the global coronavirus pandemic, and the economic hardship it will bring, my bill would suspend debt collections activity for 120 days to allow families and businesses an opportunity to get back on their feet,” said Lawson. “This would give working Americans, small business and non-profits another tool in the recovery process.”Also included in the bill is Chairwoman Waters’ bill to provide monthly direct payments of up to $2,000 per eligible adult (who makes less than $115,000, or $230,000 for joint filers) and $1,000 per child for as long as the crisis and potential recession may last, and mandating funds be made available to consumers as quickly as possible. The bill will also give the unbanked access to their funds through a new digital wallet they can open at a financial institution.Additionally, Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia included a bill to ban all evictions and foreclosures during the pandemic.“The House Financial Services Committee has been working around the clock to provide a bold fiscal stimulus and public policy response to the COVID-19 crisis,” said Chairwoman Waters. “Last week, we outlined a comprehensive plan to address the needs of hardworking and vulnerable Americans who may face financial hardship as a result of this devastating pandemic. Today, I am proud to lead my colleagues in releasing a package of more than 40 bills to implement this plan, including my legislation to provide up to $2,000 a month for most adults and $1,000 for each of their children during the pandemic”These lawmakers have also turned their eye to servicers. Bloomberg reports that several Democrats with the U.S. House and Senate are requesting Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to provide funds to mortgage servicers.“The Fed and Treasury should use powers given to them under recent stimulus measures to provide liquidity to servicers facing shortfalls,” Chairwoman Waters and Sherrod Brown, the top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee, said in a letter Wednesday.Steps that government-sponsored Ginnie Mae has taken may not be enough, the lawmakers wrote.“Mortgage servicers are expected to face increased strain as millions of homeowners and renters lose jobs, are furloughed, or see reduced hours, all of which will keep them from making mortgage and rent payments, as a result of this public health crisis,” the letter states. “We must not allow the pandemic to destabilize critical markets, including our housing market.” Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe
Orange County Sheriff’s Department(LOS ANGELES) — A small child was attacked by a mountain lion at a Southern California park on Monday, causing authorities to evacuate the scene while they raced to capture the wild cat. A 3-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital after the animal grabbed him by the neck as he and his family walked through Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park in Trabuco Canyon, about an hour south of Los Angeles, officials said.The child was transported to a local hospital and was listed in stable condition, according to the Orange County Fire Authority.The attack happened at around 4:15 p.m. local time. The Department of Fish and Wildlife gave local law enforcement the approval to euthanize the lion due to the public safety threat, the agency said.Authorities had evacuated the park while searching for the mountain lion. Officials briefed on the search told Los Angeles ABC station KABC-TV that the child’s father rescued him by tossing a backpack in the cat’s direction after the attack. The animal released the child, grabbed the bag and jumped into a tree, according to KABC. Mountain lion attacks are rare in California. The latest verified attack came in May 2019 at Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve in San Diego, according to the Department of Fish and Wildlife. There have been seven attacks since 2000, but only one was fatal. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Comments are closed. Morale crisis at ConsigniaOn 5 Mar 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Consignia lacks the skills, leadership and staff morale to cope with thecurrent financial and business challenges it faces, according to a survey of600 of the company’s senior managers. The report by trade union Amicus provides a damning insight into the postalgroup, which is facing increasing competition and losing £1.5m a day. The survey shows six out of 10 senior managers believe Consignia is notcapable of meeting its business challenges. Nearly 90 per cent of respondents do not think there is the necessaryleadership in place to take the business forward. And more than half claim thecompany does not have the right level of skills to overcome its problems. Eight out of 10 senior managers surveyed believe morale among employees hasdeteriorated over the past year, and almost seven out of 10 claim their moralehas plummeted over the same period. Work-related stress is also on the increase, with nearly half claiming tohave experienced tiredness, lack of sleep, and irritability in the past sixmonths. Amicus general secretary Roger Lyons is so concerned by the findings he iscalling for a meeting with Consignia chairman Allan Leighton and chiefexecutive John Roberts along with Trade and Industry Secretary Patricia Hewittto investigate how to improve morale. A Consignia spokeswoman said increasing competition in the sector isdamaging employee morale. Related posts:No related photos.
Previous Article Next Article BriefingOn 1 Jan 2004 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. A round-up of news from the professional journalsInfection directors Infection control nurses say Government plans to employ a director ofinfection control in every hospital must be backed by more appropriatelytrained nurses. The appointment of the directors is part of a package ofgovernment proposals in a bid to cut the number of healthcare associatedinfections (HAI). The UK’s HAI rates are the highest in Europe, and account foraround 5,000 deaths a year. Nursing Standard, 11 December Passive smoking New research shows that passive smoking increases an individual’s risk ofdeveloping lung cancer by up to 30 per cent. A report published online by theInternational Journal of Cancer found that people exposed to second-hand smokeare 13 to 32 per cent more likely to develop lung cancer than unexposedindividuals. Nursing Times, 11 December Small risk to hepatitis C Health professionals and emergency staff who observe standard precautionswhen exposed to blood are at no greater risk of the hepatitis C virus (HCV)than the general population, according to a new study. The research, publishedin the Archives of Internal Medicine used data from surveys and blood screensfrom emergency personnel whose specimens had been tested for antibodies to HCV.(Arch Intern Med 163 (21) 2605-2610) Nursing Times, 9 December