How to Get Through Working Long Hours
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Working additional hours is a common practice among many employees nowadays. According to the data from the European statistics agency Eurostat, full-time employees in the UK work longer hours than full-time employees in other EU countries (except Greece and Austria). In fact, workers in the UK work 42.5 hours a week, on average, which is more than the European average (41.2 hours per week).

Before making the choice to work longer, be aware that this habit can have serious consequences on your physical and mental health. So, whenever you can, you should avoid staying late at the office.


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If you really have to stay late, you should at least learn how to make it less stressful and more comfortable. This article will provide you with several tricks.

This blog post will help you to discover:

  1. Helpful tips when working extra hours,
  2. How overworking can cause burnout,
  3. The difference between workaholics and hard workers, and
  4. How overtime work affects your health.

Even if you’ve never worked more than your regular working hours, this could be your guide in case you have to work late sometimes.


Helpful tips when working additional hours

1.   Plan your day ahead

If you know that you’re going to have a busy day and you might stay longer at the office, plan your day ahead.

These are the steps you should take:

  • first, think about your priorities for that day,
  • then, write down your priorities in the form of a to-do list,
  • finally, decide how much time you will need for each priority and write it down.

Having all your significant tasks in one place will help you stay focused. Besides, you can add a checkmark next to the task you’ve just finished. This will keep you motivated to complete the full list.


2.   Take frequent breaks

Having breaks when working is always essential, especially when you’re supposed to work long hours. Try taking quick breaks every two hours. You can take a walk, call your friend or make another cup of coffee – it’s up to you.

Breaks help us regain our focus and make us more productive. Here’s how a psychology professor Alejandro Lleras, from the University of Illinois, explains that:

From a practical standpoint, our research suggests that, when faced with long tasks, it is best to impose brief breaks on yourself.”

As he points out, these brief mental breaks will actually help you stay focused on your task.


3.   Ask for help

Let’s say that you’ve been trying to solve a particular issue at work. You’ve worked extended hours for days and haven’t succeeded.

Whenever you’re exhausted, you need a fresh point of view. The best thing you can do is ask for help from your colleagues. But, before you seek for their advice, ask yourself whether you’ve exploited all simple solutions. If so, then you should consult with your colleagues.

In addition, you can write down the list of the best ideas you’ve come up with so far. Then, feel free to show the list to your colleagues and ask for their opinion. The chances are, maybe you’re on the right path to the solution, but just need a few tweaks.


4.   Try to maintain a healthy lifestyle

Keeping up a healthy lifestyle should always be your priority, but especially when working too much.

Be sure to follow these simple rules in order to stay healthy during long hours at the office:

  • Eat properly. Stay away from junk food and try not to skip any meals throughout the day. Be sure to keep healthy snacks handy, too.
  • Drink enough water. The Institute of Medicine advises 13 cups for men and 9 cups for women daily.
  • Get enough sleep. Whenever you can, try to sleep for at least 7 hours per night.
  • Try to find a type of exercise you’ll enjoy the most, be it going to the gym, running or hiking. Besides, be sure to stay active during office hours, too. This might include stretching, sitting on a stability ball, or taking stairs instead of an elevator.

By following these simple tips, you could avoid having serious consequences of overtime work.


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Consequences of working additional hours

Working beyond your capabilities not only makes you tired but can cause burnout and impact your health, too. We’ll cover these repercussions in the section below, as well as explain the true meaning of a workaholic.


What is burnout?

Burnout is the term we use to describe the feeling of exhaustion caused by overwork or stress. This term was invented by a German-American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger, in 1974.

Overworking can sometimes cause career burnout. This condition is the subject of many kinds of research across the globe. In addition, the World Health Organization and the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) have identified burnout as an “occupational phenomenon”.

There are many symptoms of burnout, such as chest pain, dizziness, lack of energy, as well as sleep deprivation. Burnout can even lead to depression.

If you’re experiencing some of these symptoms due to putting in extra hours, it’s time to slow down. Try limiting your workdays to standard working hours.

Now, you might be wondering if too much work makes you a hard worker or a workaholic. Let’s take a close look at these two categories of employees, and learn what sets them apart.


Do workaholics enjoy working?

To find an answer to this question, we need to analyze the true meaning of the word workaholic.

The term “workaholic” represents someone with “an uncontrollable need to work incessantly.” This phrase was created by psychologist Wayne E. Oates in 1968.

The most common signs of workaholism are:

  • having an urge to work hard,
  • always thinking about work, and
  • the feeling of guilt when you’re not working.

Unlike workaholics, who always think about work, hard workers have their ways to disconnect from work.

Here are other differences between workaholics and hard workers:


Workaholic Hard worker
Physically obsessed with work Feels passionate about work
Constantly works late Rarely works late
Disregards family life Keeps the work-life balance
Loves being addicted to work Loves the work itself
Works in order to reduce anxiety and depression Works in order to accomplish own career goals
Bad team player Good team player
Experiences work burnout every day Manages to reduce work burnout
Doesn’t delegate Delegates successfully
Never says “no” Knows how to say “no”
Even when not at work, still thinks of work Appreciates having free time


These qualities are noted in the research “The Prevalence of Workaholism: A Survey Study in a Nationally Representative Sample of Norwegian Employees”.

As you can see from the table, being a workaholic means being at risk of burnout. On the contrary, hard workers can manage to reduce burnout.

When it comes to the average number of working hours, workaholics constantly stay late. On another note, hard workers rarely work late.

This study has shown us that workaholics love being addicted to work, while hard workers love the work itself. In conclusion, workaholics don’t truly enjoy working. The reason behind their long working hours is their addiction to work.

No matter if you’re a hard worker or a workaholic, be sure that putting in extra hours can have consequences on your health.


Can working extra hours affect your health?

Many studies have shown the correlation between overworking and its impact on your physical and mental health.

For instance, there is a study called Association Between Reported Long Working Hours and History of Stroke in the CONSTANCES Cohort. The purpose of this research was to examine whether long working hours (LWH) can cause a stroke. Among the participants, there were some who reported LWH and others who reported LWH for 10 years and more. According to their results, there is a connection between working overtime for 10 years or more and a stroke.

Besides the physical, working for too long can affect your mental health, too. The research published by the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, analyzed long work hours, weekend working and depressive symptoms in men and women. They surveyed 11 215 men and 12 188 women in employment or self-employment in the UK. Their results show that working 55 hours or more is associated with depression among women. Also, weekend working is linked to depressive symptoms for men.

It doesn’t necessarily mean that working overtime will make you ill if you stay late at the office only a few times a year. But, if burning the midnight oil eventually becomes your routine, you might truly experience some health issues.

As we already mentioned, avoid working late when you can. In case this is inevitable, our tips can help you stay healthy during extended hours at work.



Putting in long hours can cause career burnout and impact your health, too. That’s why it’s advisable to avoid staying late at work. In case you have to work late, learn how to make this time more convenient. Organizing your workday properly and adopting a healthy lifestyle will surely do the trick.


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Nikola Radojcin is a productivity researcher and writer at Clockify. When not petting the office dog, he makes sure to check out the latest time management techniques so his co-workers can utilize time in the best way possible.

7 Wellbeing in the Workplace Initiatives You Can Start Today
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

A growing number of businesses are incorporating workplace health and wellbeing programs for their staff. Business benefits for organizations keeping their workers healthy and happy are tremendous.

It is now recognized that wellbeing initiatives lead to a significant increase in your team’s productivity and engagement. Working in the best interest of everyone in your company contributes to building a strong and successful organization.

Let’s take a look at how you can improve the health and wellbeing of your employees.


1. Personal and Professional Development

Most employees feel the need to progress and develop their skills further. There are multiple ways to ensure your staff is learning new stuff and growing.

A personal development library is a simple and affordable way to help your team achieve their goals.

To take it up a notch, you can create an individual development plan for every single employee. It helps in better understanding strengths and weaknesses as well as the professional needs and aspirations of every worker.

Consider including personal and professional development training for your staff. Lunch-and-learn emotional intelligence or time management courses can help your team reduce stress and enhance their productivity.


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2. Corporate Fitness Programs

If you are looking for a way to incorporate effective wellbeing initiatives in the workplace, you can’t miss corporate fitness programs.

If you have the means needed, then creating on-site fitness facilities is what you should aim for. Also, there are organizations like Exos that provide worksite fitness programs.

Some of the companies provide customized lifestyle programs to improve the workers’ wellbeing and performance.

Since we live in the age of technology, there are even team-based fitness challenges you can complete using apps or utilizing wearable devices.


3. Practice Mindfulness Training

Mindfulness techniques involve meditation, breathing, mental imagery, and yoga. These practices are efficient at alleviating stress and boosting focus and productivity.

Visualization is an overlooked yet potent tool to go beyond our limitations and achieve our goals. Visualization helps people perform better in all aspects of life.

Self-improvement is achieved easier by implementing visualization in fitness, work, or private life. Imagine an important conversation or stressful meeting approaches. This technique helps you arm yourself with strength and positivity and perceive them as less intimidating and less stressful.


4. Access to Healthy Food Choices

Make sure the cafeteria within your organization offers processed-free foods, as well as fresh and organic produce at a moderate cost. You can encourage your staff to eat a more balanced diet by providing discounts for healthy foods sold at work.

Taking a vegan or vegetarian challenge is a great way to promote healthy and mindful nutrition. Opting for nourishing meals, packed with micronutrients, is excellent both for employees’ health and their work performance.

Adding a variety to a healthy menu will get people more interested and feel less deprived when choosing more balanced meals.


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5. Flexible Work Schedule

To improve employee motivation, consider including one remote workday a week for your staff. Allowing employees to work from an offsite location one day a week can boost their productivity and morale significantly.

They get to take a mental and emotional break from the office environment and annoying traffic on their way to work. The change in scenery has a fantastic effect on the employees’ wellbeing and engagement.

Flexible working arrangements provide greater focus and a flow of new ideas. This type of flexibility also contributes to better work-life harmony, and the workforce is less likely to leave the organization.


6. Encourage Your Employees to Cycle to Work

Cycling to work not only helps your staff exercise more and achieve better health, but it is also great for the environment. And it is a more affordable transportation option too.

Half of most trips are three miles or less, according to The League of American Bicyclists, and they can be easily tackled by bike.

To encourage your staff to bike to work, provide a secure place for bike storage, and pass out materials that promote cycling to work. You can include information on safety, on the best places to purchase a bike, etc.

Offering financial incentives goes a long way. You can consider negotiating corporate discounts on gear from local bike shops.


7. Fight the Sedentary Lifestyle

Even if you are active throughout the day, spending most of the hours sitting in the office, your car or at home, means you are still at risk of cellular ageing and chronic diseases like obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even premature death.

In the work environment, you can counteract the harmful effects of a sedentary lifestyle by adopting walking meetings. It may seem odd, but studies have shown that walking increases creativity output by a staggering 60% while keeping your health in check.

Another way to offset the dangers of all-day sitting is by replacing existing desks with standing ones. While standing, your body burns energy and remains active. This also means the reduced risk of heart disease and diabetes.

When you prioritize the wellbeing of your workforce, the whole company reaps the benefits. Incorporate wellbeing ideas and create a healthy culture in your organization, and your business will thrive.


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Alexander Hunkin is an Australian based startup advisor with in-depth experience in growing business. His meaningful and strategic advices have helped in setting and growing many startup companies in Brisbane and Perth. Alexander is also a content creator for different niches. The top ones are business, career, finance and marketing. He aspires to share his experiences and is always on the lookout for the next opportunity to enhance his skills. When he isn’t busy working, you can find him cooking exotic meals, scuba diving and cycling.

How Payroll Cards Are Changing The Company Culture
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Hiring experts constantly look for ways to build and preserve company culture and ensure that each and every employee feels cherished and respected in their work environment. Sometimes, the potential to enhance employee retention comes from your company benefits and team-building efforts. The perks you offer to each employee, and access to vacation days will contribute to making them feel more valued. At other times, however, that same potential hides in the least likely of places. This includes your payroll department and procedures – which includes so much more than simply their salary or their bonuses.

It encompasses everything from the way in which you handle taxes, ensure timely payments, utilise compensation for incentivising better performance and rewarding successful employees, all the way to how transparent you are with your payroll in general. Here are a few ways in which you can expect payroll to grow and empower company culture when used properly.

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Inspiring confidence and trust

Nobody likes to wait. You don’t want your employees to feel the disquiet of anticipating their salary and then receive it a week later. If anything, you should aim to exceed your employees’ expectations. This is another segment of your business where you can show them how reputable and trustworthy your company is. 

Your employees’ salary is one of the main symbols of success, but also of financial security, and if your business fails to live up to those security standards, chances are you’ll drive your employees away, into the arms of an employer who pays them in time, and in full – every time, no excuses. 

Preserving your company’s reputation

A vital segment of building your company culture includes how your business is perceived based on your financial track record. Are you famous for always working with reputable vendors? Paying your taxes in full? Even using some of your profits to contribute to certain causes?

Managing your finances like a business is a multifaceted process. It allows your employees, but also the public, get a sense of what your brand stands for – and it should stand for integrity above all else. When you protect your reputation in such a way, you’re bound to inspire your employees to be your brand ambassadors. They are much more likely to stay loyal and recommend your business when you stick to your promises.

Ensuring simplicity and convenience

Your employees already experience plenty of stress in their daily lives, and you don’t want to add to it. If anything, you want to make sure that their compensation is a source of joy in every possible sense. This includes the way in which they are able to collect, use, and rely on their salary. In recent years, more companies are transitioning to modernised payroll systems that utilise automation as well as personalization.

For example, one of the benefits of the payroll card is that your employees can now avoid long waiting times and additional fees when they need access to their salary. It is a simple, yet effective way to make this process all the more convenient. This single decision shows that your business puts your employee first when choosing the most efficient, cost-effective solutions for their payroll processes. Taking out all the hassle from this process allows your employees to build stronger bonds with your brand.

Making employees feel appreciated

If working for your brand means being valued and appreciated, you can rest assured that more employees will be eager to stay with your business for longer, and oftentimes recommend your brand as an employer to people they know and trust. Your payroll is the key ingredient in providing this sense of value and appreciation to your employees. When they always receive their salaries on time, and they always get the bonuses they worked so hard for, they will indeed know that their work is noticed and rewarded.

Ensuring optimal, if not competitive compensation, delivering it efficiently, and respecting your employees’ needs in the process all contribute to your team’s desire to stay true to your business. Keep in mind that such high levels of fairness enable companies to build a culture where people thrive and gladly put their best foot forward for each task. 

Payroll may seem like yet another monotonous process that boils down to numbers and stamps. However, when found in the hands of the right HR expert, payroll becomes another empowering tool for your entire company structure, a way to build your reputation, and a key to employee satisfaction. Use it to help your company culture evolve and let it mimic all the values that your business stands for – it will inspire people to stay true to your business and bring other valuable assets to your doorstep. 

Written by Lauren N. Wiseman.


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4 strategies to get the best talent for your small business
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Did you know that unemployment rates in the UK are now at their lowest since the 1970s? This is obviously great news for the economy but presents a big challenge when it comes to hiring the best talent for your company. With the job market now being candidate-driven, finding the right people for your organisation can be harder than ever before.

We all know how important it is to have the best people working for you. With a talented and motivated team on board, your business stands the best chance of being successful. In that sense, employees are your most valuable asset, and care must be taken to recruit and retain them just as much as generating sales or managing finances.

So, are you doing all of the following?


Review your HR approach

A new recruitment drive is all very well but before you start thinking about hiring new employees, are you sure you’re doing everything you can for your internal staff retention and development? There’s little point hiring new people if they won’t stay with the business long enough for you to reap the benefits.

Business Coach and Online Educator Rob da Costa suggests the following talent retention incentives in one of his recent blog posts:

  • A focus on education
  • Salary increases based on merit
  • Flexible working conditions
  • Attractive benefits package
  • Pointing out future possibilities
  • Promoting from within
  • Investing in quality managers

Take a look at your team and ask yourself how happy and engaged your workforce is. Are you training them, promoting them, rewarding them appropriately? Do you have a positive company culture? In a job seekers’ market, it’s not just job seekers who are being harder to please. Your existing staff may consider changing jobs if they feel more valued elsewhere.


Invest in your company culture

Company culture is a big and growing topic that you cannot afford to neglect. It’s a magic formula that goes like this: Get your business model and your internal culture right and you’ll be surprised just how quickly word gets around that your company is the place to be.

When your candidates, employees, customers and the public interact with your business, what’s their experience? The way your company is perceived hinges on its internal culture and how this is managed. Everything follows from here – from team engagement and productivity to employee happiness, staff retention, and business success.

Identifying and developing your company’s brand doesn’t have to be expensive, but it does have to be done. Here are four things you should be doing:

  • Build authentic and meaningful recognition and reward into your company culture to meet your employees’ needs to be recognised for their efforts and achievements, and drive performance, staff retention and employee engagement.
  • Build strong teams that collaborate eagerly, communicate openly, trust each other’s views and are motivated to engage in best performance. Team building shouldn’t be a one-off activity, day-to-day reinforcement may be needed to create a collaborative work culture.
  • Build a flexible work environment, allowing and trusting your staff to choose when, where and how they work. This freedom coupled with personal accountability strengthens your work culture by encouraging happier, higher-performing teams.
  • Create a caring culture that genuinely looks after its employees and goes beyond the norm. X, Y, Z generations want to know that you will look after their best interests and care for them, especially in their hour of need. Employees now prefer healthy food and access to help and advice over a beer fridge or pool table.


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Recruit with precision and focus

If there are no internal candidates you can promote to the vacancy, outside recruitment is going to be your next step. Start with a clear job description and be focused on what exactly you are looking for in the right candidate, and what you are going to offer.

The customary ‘spray and pray’ efforts of yesteryear will no longer cut it in a job market where candidates can afford to be choosy. With so many other companies competing for the highest calibre candidates, your job advert needs to stand out for all the right reasons.

In order to reach the right people, you need to know where to find them. Social media platforms, such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, are an excellent place to start engaging with potential candidates. There are plenty of specialist organisations and software tools to help you with this. You could also partner with a recruitment consultant who will have the time and resources to dig deep into the job market on your behalf.


Ensure a positive candidate experience

Once you have shortlisted your best candidates for an interview, follow through with a carefully prepared and organised meeting. It’s amazing how many companies invest time and effort into recruiting candidates, yet blow their chances on the day. A good candidate will know if they’re being fobbed off with an ad hoc interview.

A negative candidate experience is unlikely to lead to the result you are seeking. Worse still, a disappointed candidate may share his experience on online platforms. Poor feedback may discourage others from joining your company and negatively impact on your brand.

According to recent figures, a positive experience will make the job candidate about 1/3 more likely to accept your job offer. You are selling your company, so you should put your best people in front of the candidates that you want to impress. Confident, ambitious job seekers will have plenty of other opportunities on the table, so do your best to woo them.


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10 Ways To Improve Employee Motivation
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

10 Ways To Improve Employee Motivation by Diana Nadim Adjadj

Employee motivation is essential for improving engagement and productivity. If your workers are not motivated enough, everything will fail. Here are ten ways you can motivate your employees and inspire them to do great deeds.


1. Set Small Goals

Instead of trying to achieve something huge, start out small and take baby steps. You don’t need to demand a lot from your employees all at once, but rather ask them to move at a steady pace.

Remember that achieving something small is easier than doing so for a bigger aim. Motivation stems from the feeling of happiness your employees get when they are successful at doing something. This is why small goals work better than bigger ones.


2. Encourage Teamwork

Teamwork makes the dream work! By encouraging teamwork, you prompt your employees to collaborate on a single task and complete it together as one whole rather than individually. This relieves stress partially as a single person will not have to be entirely responsible for something too major.

When your employees work as a team, they divide tasks among themselves and work more efficiently which leads to faster completion of the project. Your team members will be motivated and inspired to continue working together on new projects and will be more confident in their abilities.

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3. Continue Learning

Never forget about one thing: we learn throughout our whole lives. This also means that your employees must continue learning in order to feel more motivated to complete more difficult or complicated tasks that require advanced skills.

You can hold regular lectures and workshops inviting experts from your field to train your workers. When it comes to new employees, make sure to provide them with a training course that will prepare them for their position in your company.


4. Change the Scenery

Sometimes the problem lies not within but without and changing the scenery can help a lot. If your organization has stayed in one office for a decade, it’s probably time to change the design or even move to a different location. You could also consider offering remote working.

Alternatively, if you want to change everything entirely, you can take your team to a local café or public workspace. This is especially great for those who only require a laptop to complete their work, so they can sit in such places while still continuing doing their tasks. It may sound insane at first, but it actually depends on what kind of company you have and who your employees are.


5. Celebrate Success

“Our team always celebrates success. I think that this is the fun part of my job because this is the time when I feel like I’ve done something very important and I can finally appreciate my hard work along with my colleagues,” says Kristin Savage, writer at Studicus.

Indeed, celebrating success is crucial for keeping your employees motivated. Show them that you appreciate what they do and want to see more of it. After all, working together for a common aim is great but achieving it feels even better.


6. Reward Achievements

This one is directly related to the previous point. By rewarding achievements, you not only show your appreciation but also make them matter in a way that gives your employees actual materialistic benefits.

For example, you could give our rewards in the form of gift cards to different shops your employees like visiting. Or you could take everyone out to a restaurant. Alternatively, consider allowing your best workers to get more vacation days. Anything works as long as it has value for your employees and they are happy about getting it.


7. Provide Security

Everyone wants to have a stable life and feel like they can rely on what they have at the moment. This is why providing your employees with a sense of security will make them more motivated to work harder and better.

Try to show them that they don’t need to worry about minor issues and can focus on the matter at hand. This will keep them more dedicated to their job and loyal to your company. However, keep in mind that security may come in different forms so you can try and experiment with this and that until you find something suitable.


8. Stay Positive

Staying positive is the definition of motivation. Make sure that your employees feel happy and satisfied to keep them motivated. You can send them different motivational articles or being an optimist around them to make them happy too. After all, happiness is contagious.


9. Find Purpose

One of the reasons why your employees may be unhappy is because they don’t have a purpose either in life or at work. They go to their job just for the money or to kill time. Sometimes this lack of motivation occurs because they don’t understand the mission of your organization, so all it takes is for you to explain it and clearly define it to them.


10. Exercise & Take Breaks

Last but not least, make sure that your employees take regular breaks and exercise (even next to their workstation). Exercising helps your workers stay healthy and improves their mood which, in turn, improves their motivation. Also, make sure that the breaks your workers take are truly regular as nobody would want to overwork themselves. If there are any workaholics in your team, you must still make them rest once in a while or they can get exhausted easily.


Final Thoughts

All in all, it’s really not that complicated to inspire your employees once you know what aspects you have to improve. Take into consideration the advice in this article and make sure to implement it into the daily life and workflow of your employees.


Diana Adjadj

Diana Nadim is a writer and editor who has a Master degree in Marketing. She combines her passion for writing with her interest in research and creates thought-provoking content in various fields. Besides working as a contributor writer for TrustMyPaper, Diana also runs her own blog. What inspires her the most in her writing is travelling and meeting new people. Follow her on Twitter.


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Diana Nadim is a writer and editor who has a Master degree in Marketing. She combines her passion for writing with her interest in research and creates thought-provoking content in various fields. Besides working as a contributor writer for TrustMyPaper and WowGrade, Diana also runs her own blog. What inspires her the most in her writing is traveling and meeting new people. Follow her on Twitter.

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