By Ana Homayoun Bo Burnham’s movie “Eighth Grade” brilliantly captures the challenges facing tweens and teens. Kids at that age are experiencing a complicated and often awkward time of self-discovery growth.
A researcher has analysed millions of public transactions to prove just how much the app reveals about our life and habits Anyone can track a Venmo user’s purchase history and glean a detailed profile
Getting up an hour earlier and making good use of the time is the surest way to make every day far more productive. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If each day, for an entire
Many people think of happiness as a matter of luck and temperament. If you have the good fortune to be born with a cheerful personality and life hands you a bunch of good breaks, then you'll be happy.
If you want your kids to talk to you, don’t ask them questions. Kids and husbands have a lot in common—both hate questions. Husbands don’t have the nerve to tell their wives how much they detest the why
Thanks to its massive windows, you can fall asleep under the stars. After you've checked this $213 scenic train trip from San Francisco to New York off your bucket list, the next voyage you should book
There is little in this universe I love more than the end of my kids’ days. No matter how frazzled I am, or what superhuman efforts they put up to resist bedtime, snuggling up with them tucked in and pile
You've seen ads offering lower student loan monthly payments and even debt forgiveness. You're skeptical, but one small part of you hopes that maybe, just maybe, there is a way to get help paying off student
Hundreds of people in the UK have received an organ transplant from someone with a history of cancer, despite many believing you cannot donate if you have had the disease. A total of 272 organ donors the
The problem was that, although its patients were getting excellent care once they entered the facility, the health indicators in the community as a whole were getting worse, especially with regard to conditions
People are fleeing violence in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras for their stable and prosperous neighbour – hailed as a ‘champion’ in managing migration Asylum claims in Costa Rica are set to quadruple