Many people complain that daytime stress leads to overeating at night, usually fast food or snack food. What if you could decrease your stress at work so you didn't need to reach for unhealthful food at night? What if you took lunch hours that were really hours and snack breaks that were really breaks?
An interesting op-ed in today's New York Times explains how burnout can contribute to stress - as well as decreased satisfaction and productivity - and how we can make some specific changes to our workdays to reduce burnout. And avoid emotional eating!
Click here to read the article.