A Harvard psychologist's advice on how to argue when you know you're right
Amy Cuddy, a Harvard psychologist, admits that dealing with conflict in her personal relationship creates a lot of anxiety.
Guidance for Employers on Navigating Paid Sick Leave Laws
This chart summarizes state paid sick leave laws and notes which states do not have such laws. It does not discuss municipal ordinances but does indicate local governments that do have such laws where there is no statewide law. This chart is intended...
Why do scientists care how water moves through soil?
In the May 15th Soil Matter blog post, I covered the basics of soil hydrology – how water moves through the soil system ( Some of the pores in soil create “preferential flow channels” that direct w…
Part 1: A Nonartist's Guide to Screen Printing Artwork
You don’t have to be a trained artist to be proficient at screen printing art. All you need are the right tools and functional instructions, and the first step is artwork creation. This includes the actual creation of design elements, manipulation of existing pieces, and importing a design on a garment for approval. Although these processes sound different, they all have the same goal: move the art to the approval stage quickly while achieving the right look.
The Questions Corporate Attys Are Hearing Most From Clients
Corporate attorneys are a regular go-to for executives, especially in 2019 as companies grapple with increased national security scrutiny, trade tensions and worries about the overall health of the M&A market. Here, Law360 outlines the questions attorneys are fielding most often so far this year.
Coon Rapids Bridge Inspection Underway after Semi Truck Top Sheared Off
Authorities are inspecting a bridge in Coon Rapids to determine its safety after a semi truck failed to clear a bridge...
How to split the restaurant bill when you didn't order any alcoholic drinks — but all your...
Should the check still be split evenly if not everyone ordered alcohol?
Getting Into the 800 Credit Score Club Is Tough—Staying in Is Tougher
High marks are a status symbol for overachievers who can’t stomach less than stellar grades and compete for FICO supremacy; Cinco the cat’s surgery bill.
10 professions that need the most coffee to survive
Here is the list of jobs that need the most coffee to survive at their work based on a survey by Dunkin' Donuts and CareerBuilder.
Photos: Remembering Lucille Ball, who died 30 years ago today
Thirty years ago, actress and comedian Lucille Ball died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on April 26, 1989. Ball was 77. Here are some photos from her career