April 1, 2006
Don't let a full day at the salon wring the life out of you. Give yourself the care you need and you'll thrive even on the most challenging of days.
Whether you're jump-starting your career or re-energizing your business, nail industry veteran Debbie Doerrlamm has some ideas for you.
November 1, 2003
While death is an extreme result of stress-related illness, women are particularly susceptible to developing disease in response to stress--from depression and anxiety disorders to abdominal fat and colds.
While I am hardly an expert on balancing work and personal life, I know that since I've begun seeking a balance and creating time for family and friends, my life is richer.
November 1, 2002
In this month's Reader To Reader forum, we hear that sometimes learning more can be an inspiration.
August 1, 2000
March 1, 2000
Free time is a precious commodity for busy techs. So when you've got it, don't waste it! See how these techs and salon owners spend their unscheduled time.
April 1, 1998
Career burnout is the silent killer of thousands of nail careers every year.
October 1, 1995
Keeping your clients happy is crucial but don't forget about your novice nail technicians.
September 1, 1994
Is a migrating workforce threatening the future of the nail industry? Or is it only a case of the strong surviving? A NAILS survey reveals what temptations and frustrations motivate nail technicians to leave the industry.
June 1, 1993
Working at home has its advantages – time with your kids and being your own boss – but there is still a price to pay-client calls at midnight and never really being able to leave the “office”.
January 1, 1991
Here are 5 common stresors and ideas on how to overcome them
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