Motivation and Work-Life Integration: Balancing Priorities


  Motivation and Work-Life Integration: Balancing Priorities

Work-life integration is the act of balancing work and personal obligations. This can be a difficult task for many people, especially if they don’t have the proper motivation. However, with solid planning and dedication it is possible to find a balance that allows for both work and life to be incorporated into your days.

The blog will share some tips on how to achieve this balance, as well as some advice on how to stay motivated despite reaching your goals. Stay tuned for more!

Or you can try this one:
Writers block is something that many writers experience at one time or another in their careers — but it typically doesn't last long (and should never go unchecked). This article will teach you some tips on how to overcome this problem so that you can keep your creative juices flowing.

Now, here's a newsworthy book review:
When people speak of books, they mention various things like plot, characters and storyline. However, one thing that’s often overlooked is the effectiveness of the language used in the book. Language is an essential part of any novel, and without effective use of it, the story may suffer greatly. This novel definitely is not suffering from this problem; it uses language very effectively to tell its story. 
Granted, this will certainly be shorter than a blog post (you could also use the second paragraph to critique the book if you're so inclined.) However...
So, to summarize, this book was written in a way that really showed the author’s mastery of the language. I was very impressed by this novel, and look forward to reading more from this author in the future.

Hope this helped :) Good luck with your writing!
If it's a job you want...
One of the best ways to get a job is by building up relationships of trust with individuals who can help you get one. This post will describe how you can build relationships at work and graduate school so that your resume will have more appeal than other candidates'.

For example:

Roles are important in our lives. We play them to make sure our performance is up to par. But many of us are playing the wrong role or roles at the wrong time! In this post, I will tell you about how to master your role and be more effective in your life.

To keep the article concise, I won't go into detail on each point (this could easily be turned into a book on its own). This post will serve as a "primer" for you on ways to develop and master your role skills.

For example:

At a funeral, many things are said that are supposed to set the stage for the life that was and the life that is about to come. However, I think that sometimes we don’t realize how our words can affect those who are still living!

For example:

Today marks another anniversary of when my best friend passed away. While it’s been seven years since we said goodbye, her presence is still felt in everything I do. She is missed and will always be remembered. 

Sometimes you may want your resume to not only grab attention but also be engaging/interesting. This is where you can make your resume stand out from the other candidates. This post will tell you how to keep your resume interesting and actionable so that it stands out from all of the others.

For example:

Today we celebrated my birthday. When I asked my parents for a gift, I told them that I would like to receive a book on writing. My dad was reluctant at first, not knowing how much time I had during my summer to read yet another book, but he agreed to get me the book anyways. However, while searching for books online, he came across this article: “How to Write a Book in 10 Easy Steps” . He forwarded it to me and told me that it was okay if I wanted to read this first before reading the book on writing.

One of the most common blog articles is a list post. They're popular because they're easy to write, easy to compose, and very shareable. Here's how you write one:

1. Create your list: How many items should you have in your list? My magic number is ten so that it will be sharable as an image on social media sites such as Pinterest. 

2. Write your first item: How do you write your list item? It can be about any topic. It can be about something funny, something sad, or a topic that makes people think. Consider what your blog audience would enjoy reading.

For example:

Here are the five worst songs I’ve ever heard:
1. “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey (It was the theme song for two reality shows — Jersey Shore and Glee — so that should tell you how awful it is.)

2. “My Humps” by Black Eyed Peas (This is not only one of the worst songs I’ve ever heard but also one of the worst songs I’ve ever seen. It was so unnecessary to make a video for it.)

3. “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears (This song has been a joke among friends for years. We used to sing it in a round as if we were being possessed by demons.)

4. “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction (One Direction is the most disliked band among all teen bands today. The fact that this song is number four on my list should also tell you how much I hate it. It is beyond awful.)

5. “Big Poppa” by Notorious BIG (The remix with Snoop Dogg is much better than the original.)

6. Write your second item: Continue writing until you reach ten items. Note that these can be in any order, and you can make it a mixture of serious and humorous items.

As a former manager for an online internship site, I've seen how important it is to have a strong cover letter that will grab the attention of someone who's in charge of recruiting an intern for their company. Here's how to write a good cover letter (this can apply to job applications as well).


I think that these seven articles are a great starting point for your blog. Feel free to use them as you like, and I’d love to hear how well they did for you!

Good luck! 

A Note About The End of the Book

I’ve included some additional articles to help you with writing your blog posts. Please note that these final few articles are still under development so there may be missing parts or incorrect information. However, I would greatly appreciate it if you could provide any feedback or comments (good or bad) about how useful these are.

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