Commuter Calm

Via Kabir Bhagaria (details below)

Balancing Act – September 2011.pdf

Please will find attached the latest The Balancing Act newsletterfrom Shepell·fgi, our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider. The Balancing Act is a monthly newsletter designed to offer you helpful tips and tools for balancing your everyday work and family demands.In this edition: “Commuter Calm: Getting to Work without Getting Annoyed”

Whether you’re gridlocked in traffic, crammed into a subway car or forced to sit next to someone with questionable hygiene, the worst part of your work day may actually be getting there. This edition of The Balancing Act provides tips and tools to help you stay sane during your commute. While you can’t eliminate the traffic or crowds on your way to work, you can control how you react to the commuter chaos. By ensuring you are prepared for your daily trek, embracing the time to yourself and working towards a calm, collected commuter attitude, you’ll be able to both survive and thrive in transit.

Kabir Bhagaria
Health & Employee Support Advisor
Vancouver Board of Education
Direct Line (604) 713-5926
kbhagaria@vsb.bc.ca

 

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