There are two kinds of stress—the good kind, and the toxic kind. The former is the one where you’re physically tired and yet, you are mentally awake and motivated to keep going. It’s the kind that lets you breathe a sigh of relief and fulfilment at the end of the day. The latter, however, is the kind that’s dangerous for your mental and physical health. It drains you, gives you headaches, anxiety, fatigue, and creeps in unhealthy thoughts. And while we all go through both at some point in our busy days, it’s important to take a step back, breathe for a while, and listen to your body when it needs to rest.
In a world of crowded coffee-shops and non-work friendly areas, Savoy Hotel Manila creates a space with a balance of relaxation, productivity, good food, sunsets and an area for creativity.
It’s 2018, and most millennials are now graduating from college and about to venture into the real world. This means more responsibility and more adulting. There is no doubt that most millennials, who opt out of the corporate world, realize that they would rather choose a freelance path or “be their own boss” by starting their own business than be stuck in a small box inside their office. Who wants to drown into the habit of doing routine work 8 hours a day, right?