A textbook pregnancy consists of three trimesters. The baby develops at a relatively predictable rate during this time, from pomegranate seed to avocado to watermelon. And mom’s body adapts accordingly to meet her child’s needs. But this development doesn’t stop
Everyone has pondered what they would do with an extra hour a day. Would they get more sleep or spend more time with family? Spend time on a side project or start a hobby. Is toy voyaging still a thing?
We all know that work-life balance can be difficult, but do we make it harder on ourselves by how we choose to conceptualize the idea? More specifically, is the concept of “balance” throwing us out of whack? Balance implies equilibrium,
Since 2015, the Women in the Workplace report has evaluated the successes of women in corporate America alongside the challenges they face. Sponsored by McKinsey & Co. and Lean In, the report gathers research from hundreds of companies and surveys
At first blush, the damages done by sexual harassment seem obvious. Make that incredibly obvious. Such behavior exposes our organizations to legal consequences and the subsequent financial fallout. And in case we forgot, the news is always there with a
For many, 2020 will not be remembered as a "best of" much. We don't need to repeat the reasons here; it's sufficient to point out that a 100-year pandemic was only one of many difficulties facing the world last year.
It’s both accurate and slightly misleading to call the keto diet a “fad diet”. On the one hand, the keto diet has in recent years become a fad, taking over a big space in the diet industry and spawning countless articles,
Are you prone to view life as glass-half-empty? If so, don’t let it drag you down: Your day-to-day happiness level is something that was, in large part, set early in life. Psychologists refer to this baseline happiness level as your
We all know how it works. You need to go through at least 12 years of school — 16 years if you want a white-collar job. Then you’ve got your degree and, hopefully, a job lined up. All that’s left