Study: Exercise could help you maintain work-life balance
from The Huffington Post
Carving out time for exercise in your day could help you feel more in control of your work-life balance, according to a new study. "The idea sounds counterintuitive. How is it that adding something else to our work day helps to alleviate stress and empower us to deal with work-family issues?" study researcher Russell Clayton, an assistant professor of management at Saint Leo University, said in a statement.
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