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This is the season: ordering fresh vegetable soup in the shop or jumping into a soup bar for a steaming bowl, who can resist it? But preparing a healthy vegetable soup all by yourself is also an excellent way to spend the weekend in autumn weather.
Use olive oil instead of butter to fry the onions. Go for garlic or ginger as a powerful basis: both are souper healthy, and with the right attributes, every soup automatically becomes a delight: some fresh herbs (coriander or basil, depending on your personal taste and the intended palate of flavours of your soup). And do you prefer hummus, tzatziki or baba ganoush? Soup and mezze always go well together anyway, in a gazpacho too. But that is - unfortunately - another season.
If you use "to soup" as a verb, make it one that requires no effort: feel the urge to snack, remember that you can also.... soup.
Vital Weekend Habits in ichange3: feeding your staff with vital content outside the working week too
The World Cup is A.L.I.V.E. ! 10 insights from the world of soccer
will make your T.E.A.M. irresistibly V.I.T.A.L.
Is it enough to infuse a team with ample doses of 'talent' to reach high peaks?
In soccer, successful clubs can often assemble a perfectly balanced team, in which compatibility and zest for work are just as important keys to success as pure talent.
But how can you forge a close-knit team?
There can’t be much doubt about the importance of team work: a vital organisation’s success is down to a clear focus on trust and cooperation. That doesn’t mean however that no attention should be given to individual skills.
How can you tackle this when rolling out a vitality plan in your organisation?
An increasing number of older adults are extending their labor force attachment beyond traditional retirement ages. On the other hand, recent data show that adults age 45-69 are three times more likely than adults age 18-44 to report unable to work due to health problems. Wellbeing programs are an excellent way to promote positive health-related behaviors and effectively keep your employees healthy.
An HR strategist's perspective on the 4th Industrial Revolution:
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