Work & Life at SAS

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Work & Life at SAS
Rick Wicklin 0
Taking in. Giving back.

When we breathe, we breathe in and breathe out. If we choose only one or the other, the results are disastrous. The same principle applies to professional growth and development. Whether we are programmers, statisticians, teachers, students, or writers, we benefit from taking in and giving back. We "take in"

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Pam Cole 0
Celebrating Mother Earth

I love to walk.  It takes just a couple of minutes and I am completely immersed in all the beauty that nature has to offer.  Here in North Carolina we’re currently enjoying the flowering magnolia and cherry trees, the last of the daffodils, tulips that began to open just a

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Kim Andreaus 0
Working on my moves

As I write this we are halfway through teaching our first Powerful Tools for Caregiving class.  It has been an exciting time of learning and growth for all of us.  Each time I work with caregivers, I am reminded of a common theme – the delicate dance of trying to

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Page Cvelich 0
The Myth of the BFF

I remember going to a workshop about grief a few years back. At one point, the speaker talked about various types of support grieving folks need after the typical mourning rituals have receded and life continues on. He asked the workshop participants to pull out a sheet of paper and

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Kim Andreaus 0
Caregiving and Relationships

Work/Life is focusing on relationships during the month of February.  As the Eldercare Program Manager, I often work with individuals who are caregivers – trying to balance the caregiving role with their spouse/significant other relationship. While some who provide care to their spouse feel the experience strengthens the bond between

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Lisa Allred 0
Attractiveness and Self-investment

Next week I am offering a lunch-and-learn called "Successfully Single: In and out of relationships", but I think I should have titled it "Attractiveness and Self-investment".  I am not sure how many people want to be "successfully single", particularly this month when our collective attention is focused on love and

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Lisa Allred 0
Love Languages Revisited

Sometimes we social worker types in Work/Life forget that other people don't use phrases like "love languages" with the same ease that the typical SAS employee might talk about "data-driven customer experience."  In Work/Life we are kicking off a February series on relationships, so I wanted to take a moment to tell

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