Quote Today Blog
Imagine yourself getting up after a long night out. You can either be out all night partying, or working overtime to meet a deadline. Either way you get home too tired to do anything else. You go straight to bed and sleep immediately. The next day, you may feel it difficult to get out of bed. It is just too hard to open your eyes and get up to the bathroom.
By the time you kick the bucket, metaphorically of course, can you say that you have lived your life as you have wanted? Are there things that you feel like you missed out on? Will you have any regrets?
The time has come for you to step back and take a breather. After around 40 years of working, it is finally your retirement. Today is your last day of work, and for the first time in as far as you can remember, tomorrow brings uncertainty. For the first time in years, you have no deadline to meet. You no longer have meetings to attend. You do not even have an office to go to. As you wake up on the first day of retirement, the biggest question you have is...what do I do? Here are some things to do on the very first month or retirement.
The Most Common Slip Ups At Work
When you think of work related accidents and injuries, you think of high risk jobs. Physically demanding jobs that put you in dangerous environments and situations. However, you may be surprised to know how often accidents can happen within an office. It can be hard to imagine, you usually sit all day at your desk and face the computer. However, workplace accidents do happen.