Disinfecting Your Home When a Loved One Has COVID-19

Disinfecting Your Home When a Loved One Has COVID-19

The CDC has helpful instructions and detailed guidance for disinfecting your home when a loved one has a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19. When a family member has COVID-19, we know you probably have a lot of questions and concerns.  We hope we can help make...
Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

Summer of Record-Breaking Heat 

What it means for you and our world With a summer of extreme weather records dominating the news, meteorologists and scientists say records like these give a glimpse of the big picture: a warming planet caused by climate change. It’s a picture that comes in the...
The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

The IRA Choice: Traditional or Roth?

With so many variables that factor into an individual’s tax liability, it can be difficult to determine what the right strategy looks like for your situation Building your savings and retirement strategies around maximizing flexibility can be far more effective than...
7 Investing Principles

7 Investing Principles

The fundamentals you need for investing success: Schwab Committing to a plan can put you on the path to building wealth. Investors who make the effort to plan for the future are more likely to take the steps necessary to achieve their financial goals. 7 Investing...
Relaxation Skills for Kids – Video

Relaxation Skills for Kids – Video

From Elementary to High School In this series of videos, your kids will learn specific relaxation skills, such as paced breathing, that they can use when experiencing intense or uncomfortable emotions. Relaxation Skills for Kids – Video Thrive33: PARENTING...
The Lifelong Gift of Sibling Friendship

The Lifelong Gift of Sibling Friendship

Whether you’ve always been close, or wish you got along better, here’s how to bolster your connection. Sisters Audrey Findlay, 75, and Barbara Rowe, 63, start every weekday with an 8 a.m. phone call. An hour or so later, they head to work together at Findlay Rowe, the...
What is the metaverse? And why should investors care?

What is the metaverse? And why should investors care?

What should investors know about the opportunities and risks in the new frontiers of virtual reality? The word “metaverse” may sound like it was ripped out of a sci-fi novel. In fact, that’s exactly the case. In his 1992 book, Snow Crash, author Neal Stephenson...
Yes, the Climate Crisis is Raising your Grocery Bills

Yes, the Climate Crisis is Raising your Grocery Bills

The Climate Crisis is affecting our grocery bills and driving inflation. Droughts, fires, floods, heatwaves – they’re all contributing to our supply-chain problems and brutal inflation. amilies around the world are struggling with higher grocery costs and electricity...
3 Steps to Age Exuberantly

3 Steps to Age Exuberantly

The author has a few rules to live by even when the trials of getting older make it easy to complain. Aging can be hard. Author Margareta Magnusson writes, “You cannot stop the passing of time and how it affects your body, but you can work to keep a clear and positive...
How To Lead an Exhausted Workforce

How To Lead an Exhausted Workforce

Everyone is exhausted, which means leaders have to learn and exercise new skills. There are steps you can take to foster healthy coping mechanisms and help ward off some of the typical mistakes that people make under pressure. Self-care is not a luxury: It’s...
Fed Minutes Series #4: More Hikes

Fed Minutes Series #4: More Hikes

The Fed raises interest rates again despite the stress hitting the banking system The Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the ninth time in a row on Wednesday, opting to continue its campaign against high inflation despite stress in the banking industry...
41 Big Ideas that will change our world in 2023

41 Big Ideas that will change our world in 2023

What can we expect for the coming year? Every December, LinkedIn editors ask their community of Top Voices and creators to share the Big Ideas they believe will define the year ahead. This year, as we face challenges along several fronts, they offer a selection of...
What Makes an Effective Executive

What Makes an Effective Executive

An effective executive does not need to be a leader in the typical sense of the word Peter Drucker, the author of more than two dozen HBR articles, says some of the best business and nonprofit CEOs he has worked with over his 65-year consulting career were not...
History of Valentine’s Day


History of Valentine’s Day

And The Legend of St. Valentine Valentine’s Day occurs every February 14. Across the United States and in other places around the world, candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint and...
HBR Management Tip of the Week

HBR Management Tip of the Week

Become a Better Collaborator It’s quite common for talented leaders to find collaboration uncomfortable. Perhaps you feel afraid of being overshadowed by a peer, you’re overly self-reliant, or you just find it difficult to trust people. Whatever the reason for your...
Super Bowl History & Facts

Super Bowl History & Facts

And All the Winners! Super Bowl, in U.S. professional gridiron football, the championship game of the National Football League (NFL), played by the winners of the league’s American Football Conference and National Football Conference each January or February. The game...
How Accurate is Phil’s Forecast?

How Accurate is Phil’s Forecast?

Groundhog Day 2023: Did the Groundhog See His Shadow? Groundhog Day is famously connected to weather prediction, with the most prominent tradition involving a groundhog predicting the conclusion of winter by seeing (or not seeing) his own shadow. Read more about the...
When Are Kids Ready for Social Media?

When Are Kids Ready for Social Media?

And how to monitor social media use when kids are starting out By the time they’re in middle school, kids are often eager to go on social media apps like Instagram, TikTok and WhatsApp to share things with their friends. But parents are wary because social media can...
The Top 20 Most Cherished Christmas Cookies

The Top 20 Most Cherished Christmas Cookies

Deck the halls with Christmas cookies! Here’s are the best cookie recipes you want to be baking this season! National Bake Cookies day is on 12/18! As we enter the peak season for cookie baking, we want to honor the top 20 holiday cookies that you, our...
Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

Shop small on Saturday, November 26, 2022 Saturday, November 26, 2022 is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. This year, we know that small businesses need our support now more than ever as...
MEN’S HEALTH – What is Movember?

MEN’S HEALTH – What is Movember?

The state of men’s health in the United States The Movember Foundation aims to change this way of thinking by putting a fun twist on this serious issue. Using the moustache as a catalyst, the idea is to bring about change and give men the opportunity and...
Singles Day – November 11, 2022

Singles Day – November 11, 2022

The Chinese commercial holiday that helps single people show their pride in being single. It started as a paean to being single, where solo students at China’s Nanjing University chose November 11 (because 11/11 looks like a group of sticks) to celebrate, rather than...
4 Ways Businesses Can Help Uphold Democracy – HBR

4 Ways Businesses Can Help Uphold Democracy – HBR

Businesses need political stability to thrive, and so when democracy is jammed, companies can feel threatened. But businesses can also help to invigorate and strengthen our democratic systems and cultures. Elections are critical junctures of democracies. In principle,...
3 Ways Women Can Reach the C-Suite

3 Ways Women Can Reach the C-Suite

Not only is the percentage of women in leadership extremely low, but the path to reaching the C-suite decreases significantly after the first 10 years of a woman’s career. Here’s how to break that glass ceiling. As a society, we are brimming with women qualified to...
HBR: How to Help (Without Micromanaging)

HBR: How to Help (Without Micromanaging)

Bosses who intervene too often or too extensively in their subordinates’ activities get a bad reputation, and most forward-thinking organizations have come to value employee autonomy more than oversight.  Research shows that people have strong negative emotional and...
How to Stop Micromanaging and Start Empowering

How to Stop Micromanaging and Start Empowering

This can be especially hard for new managers, who are working to make their mark as a leader while feeling pressure to perform well and prove themselves to their direct reports and boss. But fear not, here are three ways to break the cycle. As a new manager, you care....
The Little Rituals That Keep Us Going

The Little Rituals That Keep Us Going

Thousands of Times readers shared their wellness “non-negotiables,” like reading Nancy Drew, watching the birds every day, and counting yellow doors. What are yours? Sam Chaim’s wife hates the smell of bananas, so he takes one out of the house with him for a...
HBR: Feel More Comfortable with Conflict

HBR: Feel More Comfortable with Conflict

And An Exercise to Help Your Team With It A healthy work culture requires healthy conflict. But it’s hard to have constructive disagreements if people view conflict as only an interpersonal problem. Help your team understand that there should be a certain...
Mental Health and Being Indoors

Mental Health and Being Indoors

How Does This Affect Your Well-being? Mental health is impacted by many factors. A lesser-known component that affects well-being is your indoor environment, such as air quality, noise and lighting. Mental Health and Being Indoors Thrive33: WELLNESS...
Fed Meeting Today

Fed Meeting Today

What to Expect as Powell Gets Ready to Raise Rates Again. The Federal Reserve will probably announce another 0.75 percentage point interest-rate increase Wednesday. More important than the size of the latest hike is when the Fed will stop this tightening cycle. Given...
NASA Artemis I Launch date: Sept. 3, 2022

NASA Artemis I Launch date: Sept. 3, 2022

Artemis I will be the first in a series of increasingly complex missions to build a long-term human presence at the Moon for decades to come. The primary goals for Artemis I are to demonstrate Orion’s systems in a spaceflight environment and ensure a safe re-entry,...
National Burger Day – August 25, 2022

National Burger Day – August 25, 2022

National Burger Day is held annually in August on the Thursday before the bank holiday weekend. The name ‘hamburger’ stems from Hamburg, Germany. Hamburg steaks were introduced to the U.S. by immigrants from Hamburg, Germany and they opened restaurants in...