Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Drinking plenty of water every day is essential for everybody, but it’s particularly important for older adults. As you enter your golden years, it becomes increasingly difficult to stay adequately hydrated—and the need for water becomes ever more pronounced. These are some facts that everybody should know about the changing hydration needs of seniors It’s easier to become dehydrated when you’re older…
15 Ways to Teach Kids How to Work Hard
It was the first day of summer in 1984. He was 14 years old. His dad woke him up before work and said there’s a load of sand in the driveway and shovel. He told him by the time he got home from work, he wanted the low spots in the backyard filled. There were …
Why It's So Hard for Millennials to Find a Place to Live and Work
The paradox of the American Dream: The best cities to get ahead are often the most expensive places to live, and the most affordable places to live can be the worst cities to get ahead.
'Why Did I Eat This?' does the hard work for you
Hot wing aficionados take heart, new website Why Did I Eat This? aims to remove the guesswork from finding the best wings in town. These guys are working their way across the Valley of the Sun one sports bar and pizza joint at a time to find out whose wings are legit, and who needs …
20 Cubicle Decor Ideas to Make Your Office Style Work as Hard as You Do
A wise person once said, “They can take the cubicle out of your home, but you don’t have to let them take your home out of the cubicle.” Okay, maybe no one
How do hard drives work?
View full lesson: ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-hard-drives-work-kanawat-senanan The modern hard drive is an object that can likely hold more information ...
Learn English is to work hard By Tina/China
This is Hongmei a student since 2017 from Lado Arlington. For her, the most important thing when you want to learn English is to work hard and never say that...
Mets top prospect is showing his hard work — on and off field
WASHINGTON — Andres Gimenez speaks of his goals, and the fact he actually uses the word “goal,” in English, reflects well on the Mets prospect’s progress. “I was practicing all these years,” the Ve…
Hard Work, Persistence Take Student to the Top of His Field
By Brian Connors Manke (July 16, 2014) — Originally from Indianapolis, Nathan Moore and his mother moved to Louisville when he was around 12. Growing up on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line, Moore is somewhat conflicted as a northern southerner, or is that southern northerner Regardless, one direction that Moore is certainly moving is up. The University of Kentucky junior was recently named a fellow…
Why does Japan work so hard?
Japan has some of the longest working hours in the world. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi travels to Tokyo to understand its corporate culture and see explore how the go...
Fortunes of Hard Work: Why You Should Never Give Up
In the spring of 1980 something happened that was to alter the course of my life forever. I have told only a couple of my closest friends about this and no o...
Mark Wahlberg on Faith, Family, Hard Work, and What He Prays For
"You Can Work HARDER Than That!"
✎ Kobe Bryant's Top 10 Rules. Need motivation? Watch a Top 10 with Believe Nation! Grab a snack and chew on today's lessons from a man who went from being te...
Work Hard, Play Harder: Why You Should Work at MRC
At MRC we are focused on expanding the opportunities and experiences of our employees...from San Diego up to the San Francisco Bay Area. If you’re looking for an organization that has the resources of a Fortune 500 company but a small intimate feel, MRC is for you.
Hard Work, Smart Work, and the Right Work
Productivity is measured not by crossing tasks off of a list. You measure it by the outcomes you generate. That measurement is both qualitative and quantitive. Hard Work Many people should be working a lot harder. If you are not doing enough work, with enough effort, and over a long enough time, you may not be producing the result you want because you arenât doing the work necessary. You might be lazy, but you might also be lacking the discipline to block…
Conor Dwyer: Why Hard Work Beats Talent That Doesn't Work Hard
I know what you’re thinking. It’s rather convenient for any Olympic athlete to say that hard wor...
Tip: Thinking is hard work! |
One of the most powerful words in the English language is the word THINK. What happens to us in life will largely be determined by our ability to use our minds and learn how to properly think about matters as we reason through situations Consider for a moment: What you do for a living, as well as how you handle your money, time and relationships is all a direct result of the way you think. Who you married and how many children you…
How to Work Smarter, Not Harder
Do you ever find that no matter how hard you're working, you're not getting the results you want? You put in the long hours at the office, you answer every email, you skip lunch, and yet you're still ...
How to work smarter, not harder
In "The Success Lie," Whatcom County resident and author Janelle Bruland writes about how to maintain balance in your personal life without constantly feeling stressed and overwhelmed.
Hard Work: What’s It Good For?
We look at recent trends advocating a super-chill approach to making ideas happen. Is the dream of a 4-day workweek too good to be true?