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What you should know before you combine finances after marriage
Sorry to interrupt your newlywed bliss, lovebirds, but here's a PSA: Before you say "I do," you should not just talk about your personal commitment to your loved one, but also to money. As you start to merge your life with your chosen partner, it's important to discuss if and how you are going to merge bank accounts.
These brain foods can improve your thinking and mood
Research proves that proper nutrition is essential to promote brain and overall body health, and to defend against diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Time management expert says this is the only reason to have a morning routine
If you truly want to have a morning routine that really accomplishes something Laura Vanderkam, time management expert and author of "Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done" says this is the secret.
Today's Top Stories June 24, 2018
This hydration schedule will help you sleep like a baby, experts say
Do you frequently feel sluggish and irritated for no good reason when you wake up in the morning, instead of feeling rested and refreshed? You might be part of the one in three Americans who have at least mild insomnia.
This is why it is so hard to delegate (and how you can fix it)
Every good leader has to learn the art of delegation. The secret? Delegation is only tough when you haven’t hired the right people. If your team excels at their jobs, then all you have to do is choose the best person to make the decisions for each task.
From campus to career: 5 tips to stand out during the job search
Regardless of all of the wonderful advice you will hear about resume content, what to wear, and interview questions, there are other components of interviewing that can set you apart:
How to stop worrying: 7 powerful secrets from mindfulness
We all worry. At one point or another, almost one-third of people have dealt with a level of anxiety that would qualify as a disorder.
Millennials may be the first generation less healthy than their parents
For Millennials, distress about securing good jobs and housing is causing long-term negative health effects. According to a new report from The Health Foundation, Millennials in the U.K. may grow up the first generation to be less healthy than their parents by the time they reach middle age.
Japanese employee’s pay docked for starting lunch 3 minutes early
How long is too long of a lunch break? For one company in Japan, it only takes starting your break three minutes early to get punished for being a habitually late worker.
Twitter and Instagram celebrate #TakeYourDogToWorkDay
Take Your Dog to Work Day is in full effect, and people have been taking advantage of the occasion in workplaces in different parts of the world. Check out how the furry critters have been brightening things up at work through Twitter and #takeyourdogtoworkday.
This is why finding your passion can be bad advice
When you are at a loss at what to do with your life, you may have been given the well-intentioned advice to "just find your passion," as if it is something you can just dig up from the ground. Now, new Stanford research explains why this can be bad advice.
Twitter users share what the most successful people do
A recent tweet got users on the social media platform all riled up about things they think the most successful people tend to do.
Men’s grooming for beginners: Why you should pay more attention to your sideburns and stubble
Even if you can’t take time during your day for a quick shave, you probably should spend a few moments thinking about your own grooming game.
15 signs someone in the office is out to get you
The office work week is hard. But when someone at work is out to get you, every day is even more difficult. Is someone out to get you? Or are you just being paranoid? Is there any difference? Here are 15 signs to help you figure it out.
Yes, that elephant can dance: General Motors Chief Talent Officer on innovation at scale
There are well-told stories about how and why old struggling companies have beat the odds and changed their cultures, practices, and products for the better — although it is important to remember that nothing life is permanent, so such successes are best viewed as temporary and precarious.
6 easy steps to make you more resilient
If you have mental toughness, you will do anything to break the cycle of behavior that disempowers you. There should always be a healthy tension between the life we have settled for and the potential that still calls us.
10 social media rules for new college graduates
If you’re serious about your career you should treat your social media profiles as an extension of your resume. Our social profiles are representative of our personalities, pastimes, and interests, so it’s vital to be conveying the correct image of yourself to current or prospective employers.
Why you should eat popcorn with chopsticks – and other psychological tricks to make life more enjoyable
In a series of studies soon to be published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, we found that consuming things in life in unconventional ways enhances enjoyment of them. This is where chopsticks come in.
Survey: These are the best states for a summer road trip
But whether you hop in a car or on a plane for your summer vacation this year, taking time off from work can be a great way to recharge with your friends and family.
Millennials still getting mom and dad to pay for rent and phone bills
Just because you're an adult doesn't mean you're independent. Even after they become fully-fledged adults, many Millennials still rely on their parents' money to get by.
The best CEOs to work for in 2018, according to employees
CEOs all like to think of themselves as good bosses, but the employees who work under their regime hear a different answer.
How many different types of smiles are there?
You’d be forgiven for thinking that counting the different types of smile would be straightforward. It’s anything but. The total number of different types of smile is frequently debated.
The 4 words far too many people forget to say in interviews
Surprisingly enough, in between reciting our three strengths and weaknesses and phrasing our salary expectations in a favorable way, many people are forgetting to say “I want this job.”
How 5 brides stayed focused at work while wedding planning
While the path to the dream job and the dream person is quite similar, they start to become incompatible as you plan your wedding. Ask anyone who has balanced nuptial duties with a full-time gig and they’ll be quick to admit the stress of the period.
3 ways to look at a potential employee’s level of empathy
These skills are not only important in social relationships, but can greatly affect a person’s career success, including their ability to handle difficult work situations effectively, and to help keep people engaged and motivated around them.
The most effective leaders don’t care if they are the most-hated or most-loved
A boss shouldn't be preoccupied with whether other people love or hate them. Instead, leadership experts say, a boss should do the right thing for the organization. Their subordinates will likely respect them — and even love them — for that.
Searching for greatness? 15 humans you need in your personal treasure chest
These are the 15 people that have hands down changed everything for me. Fill your treasure chest with these humans and you’ll have a life you never believed possible.
4 modern-day tips to help you balance work life and home life
Here are a handful of modern-day tips that will help you go a step further in balancing your work life and home life. The end goal; maximize time and minimize stress in all areas of life.
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Study finds that ‘very unattractive’ people make more money
A study from the Journal of Business and Psychology of 20,000 young Americans, interviewed the subjects at home at age 16 and then three more times before they turned 29-years-old. The researchers looked at the correlation between attractiveness and income of the participants based on a five-point scale of physical attractiveness from "very unattractive" to "very attractive." They found something very interesting when it came to looks and earnings...
This is the surprising benefit of going for that third cup of coffee
That first cup of coffee in the morning is absolutely needed to wake you up. The second cup of coffee a bit later keeps the momentum up. The third cup is when you start to feel a bit guilty and doubt your sense of self. But this new study will help get rid of that guilt.
Stanford professor: The workplace is literally killing us
No good employer is going to outright say that they kill you, but new research finds that too many modern workplaces are grim reapers inflicting a fatal amount of stress on our bodies and minds.