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How many of you look at the holidays as a time where no progress is going to be made in terms of your health or your fitness goals?

Well, we've got some good news: it doesn't have to be like that.

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Sugar cravings. We've all experienced them at work. How can busy professionals successfully avoid these sugar cravings and keep a healthy lifestyle?

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It's hard to remember to have a healthy breakfast during the workweek, especially when our mornings are busy with a list of chores to do before we even get to work.

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For many years, employees just expected the standard workforce benefits package (health/dental insurance, retirement, paid time off/sick time, etc...). But as the world changes, so do the benefits desired by employees.

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You may be willing to sacrifice your job for the right reason. But would that reason be getting enough sleep?

There are numerous studies on how sleep deprivation impacts work performance. In a 2008 poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, 29% of working adult Americans surveyed said they fell asleep, or became very sleepy while working over a month's time.

So if you're tired at work, are you really putting your best foot forward?

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