Haitham Abu Sharar

Amman, Jordan

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Haitham Abu Sharar
Posted 5 months ago
I agree that having a walk and a talk about work, works; yet how do you think we can achieve the same results in an indoor environment?
I agree Fritzie; having fresh air through a window or a suction fan through ducts is very refreshing during working hours. Applying green building principles may help in incorporating more natural light effects and more effective air circulation into the interior. However; a partial outdoor experience even is very difficult to simulate in most office spaces.
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Haitham Abu Sharar
Posted 5 months ago
Are schools/parents/coaches asking to much of students?
Hi Chloe. By creating the right schedule, I think it is possible to balance your busy week. First of all, I can see that your schedule is not only time consuming, but could also be physically exhausting. Therefore, I would highly recommend a 1/2 nap every day once you're back from school; an energy booster. Furthermore, and as Herald mentioned, setting your priorities is essential; academic achievement is usually more important than certain social and extracurricular activities, not to say that I discourage such activities, but I would certainly limit attending to social events and non-curricular activities to once or twice a week, that is if I find them conflicting with my studies. Doing homework with peers will be very motivating and will give you the benefits of completing your school assignments and socially interact with friends. For example, a little basketball game or a drive to the ice cream shop after homework will also be a good reward for the hard work. Taking a day off is very important, and just focusing on relaxing and doing the thing "you" really enjoy is very important so to start a new week vibrant and refreshed.