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One Simple Tip To Increase Your Productivity at Your Nonprofit Job

I’ve been enjoying The Cooper Review, the satirical blog of Sarah Cooper that features weekly original articles, videos and cartoons on workplace humor.   I happened to catch the above cartoon from a recent medium post called “9 Cartoons To Help You Avoid Any Work.”  It really spoke to me about our culture of overwork, especially in the nonprofit sector.Read More

The Happy Healthy Data Nerd: Using Your Personal Health Data to Support Your Wellbeing

I just published this piece guest blog post over at MarketsforGood about how nonprofit data nerds can use data to set some new goals for 2017 to become healthier – Enjoy

The passion that many nonprofit data nerds feel for our work is a double-edged sword.… Read More

Learn Post Election Stress Management Techniques for Nonprofits: Free Webinars in December

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During the months leading up to the most contentious election in recent history, the media coined a new term “election stress.”  Post election many nonprofit have been feeling the impact of “election trauma,” and many individuals report cutting back on Facebook and other social media due to being overwhelmed.  … Read More

Join me and @GuyKawasaki on #GivingTuesday to Support #WomensRights

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Every year since GivingTuesday has started, I’ve celebrated it with a fundraiser for a nonprofit cause that I care deeply about.   This year, on November 29, I will participate in a fundraising event with Guy Kawasaki hosted by Mozilla to help raise awareness and funds for Wake (Women’s Alliance and Knowledge Exchange).  … Read More

Creating A Culture of Well-being in Your Nonprofit Workplace: The First Step

I am thrilled with the response to The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout as my co-author and I have been sharing the ideas on a virtual book tour during the last month.  One of our hopes for the book was that it would spark conversation about the need for self-care as part of doing the work.  … Read More