Previously little more than a glorified sleep aid, Spotify’s Kids & Family section has been redesigned as a musical toolbox to help children develop vocabulary and language skills. It’s especially meant
I looked at my watch. It was 3:20pm. I had been on the phone for over an hour, almost all of that time listening to Frank*, a senior manager at Jambo, a technology company, complain about his boss, Brandon.
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It’s a New Year, which means plenty of new stylish ensembles for our fave young royals, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Prince Harry and his bride-to-be made their first public appearance of 2018, while
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You walk into a room at a social event where people are mingling and networking near the bar. In one corner of the room, something catches your eye. You notice a small crowd of people gathered around individual.
My eighth grader is back to the books after a week of pneumonia-induced absence. With each missed school day came another layer of overwhelm at the thought of making up all that work. He'd finish a coughing
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I'd reached the point in the book where Finkel, who is a psychologist at Northwestern University and a professor at the Kellogg School of Management, talks about ways to strengthen a struggling marriage