Suddenly, I found that being able to stay the same is sometimes the rarest kind of happiness.
The non-linear workdays changing the shape of productivity
For decades, the workday has generally meant employees arrived at their office desks at 0900, grabbed a midday lunch, then clocked out at 1700 or 1800, full stop. The pandemic, of course, changed this. Not only have workers been doing their jobs from remote locations for more than two years, but they’ve also changed when, exactly, their work gets done.
How to reduce the risk of depression
The world is still not inclusive enough for people with depression. The older generation can't understand: what kind of depression can a child get? They have survived the hardships of their past lives, but nowadays, children don't know the blessings of their lives. People of the same age can't understand: Why does your little friend look so happy but others say he is sick? If you have not been exposed to depression, you may also have these doubts.