9 Simple Things to Try if You’re Feeling Antsy at Work

Everybody stresses out sometimes. No matter how you feel about your job or life overall, there’ll inevitably be moments in the office or outside of it when you’re feeling antsy or can’t focus. Here are nine strategies you can try to get back on track and help you identify the underlying issue.

Post-Vacation Anxiety Is a Real Thing—Here’s How to Prevent It

Everyone, at some point or another, has felt that pit in their stomach as they realized their vacation fun was coming to an end. Most of the time this feeling is normal. But when is it not? Here's how to avoid the post-vacation blues for good.

It’s True: People Who Like Their Job Still Get the Sunday Scaries

No matter how great work can be, you’re never sure how great it will be. Which is why getting the Sunday Scaries—even if you like your job—is completely normal. Here's why, and how you can begin to unpack the feeling and get comfortable leaving your weekends behind.

5 Ways to Calm Your Nerves, According to Olympic Athletes

From job interviews to big presentations, you know you need to calm your nerves and be as poised and professional as possible. But, that's easier said than done. Five different Olympic athletes provide their own tips and tricks to squelch anxiety and perform at their very best.

5 Fast Ways to De-stress Without Leaving your Desk

Here are five tips to reduce stress at the office, perfect for those moments when taking a walk or hitting the break room isn’t an option.

Don’t Just Have an Idea: How to Take the Next Step With Your Business Venture

Don't let fear or anything else prevent you from diving in and turning your dream into reality.

Even Successful Career Changers Get Nervous Before Taking the Leap

Questioning if you should (or even can) switch career paths? Good—you owe it to yourself to do that exploration, but it's not without anxiety and uncertainty.

Just Because Someone Else Is Panicking at Work Doesn’t Mean You Should Too

Confidence isn’t the only attitude that can be shared between people; so can anxiety and impatience, among a whole host of negative emotions.

Being Paranoid Could Make You Better at Your Job (Because it Works for Successful People)

According to some of the most successful business people, being a bit paranoid can actually be great for your job—and help you climb the career ladder.

A Simple Financial Plan for People Who Get Stressed When They Look at Their Bank Accounts

If you suffer from financial anxiety (who doesn't?), you definitely want to try these stress-relieving strategies and habits.