8 Ideas for Managing Microstress as a Working Parent

How to Manage Microstress as a Working Parent

"Microstresses [...] are moments of stress that are so brief and so tiny that our brains barely register them, but add up. They add up over time to something very significant."

Karen Dillon, speaking with Verena on the Big Careers, Small Children podcast. [listen to the episode here]

These tips were kindly shared by Karen Dillon - former Editor of Harvard Business Review, New York Times best-selling author and co-author of The Microstress Effect: How Little Things Pile Up and Create Big Problems--and What to Do about It - on the Big Careers, Small Children podcast. (Read more about Karen's work)

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