Chronic stress is bad for you, causing or contributing to conditions like heart disease, anxiety, and arthritis. Occasional stress, on the other hand, can actually be good for you. Here's why.
Here's another reason to learn some new stress management techniques: job burnout, and the stress that goes along with it, might be less healthful than tobacco use, overeating, or living a sedentary lifestyle.
Social media has become such an integral part of the working world that many of us rely on it for information, connection, and networking. This puts us in a weird position, professionally, with regards to things like Twitter: if we pay too much attention to it, especially in its snarkier aspects, we can't work. But on the other hand, if we ignore it completely ... we can't work.