Scott Morch

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11 Things Every Parent Should Know About Kids and Sleep

Sleep is so deceptive. It’s such a simple, basic, human act—yet it’s wildly important to every aspect of our lives. Without it, our thinking gets …

Are You an 'As Soon As' Junkie?

The good news is "as soon as" junkies are the most well meaning people in the world. However, they don't always do what they <i>mean</i> to do. Here's the kind of thing that happens -- read through this list to see if anything sounds familiar.<p><b>Time to go to the gym!</b> <i>I'll leave as soon as... I finish these</i> …

To Increase Your Productivity up to 200 Percent, Ask These 3 Questions

Change is automatic, but progress is not. Progress is about making the changes that get you closer to your desired outcomes and by asking these 3 questions daily, your outcomes will become more focused and deliberate.<p>As I continue my personal transformation via Tony Robbins, I'm totally digging his …

When to toss those financial documents

If you haven’t already opted to go paperless, you might be swimming in a flood of receipts, bills, pay stubs, tax forms, and other financial …

Four Unconventional Ways To Tell If Your Workplace Culture Is Toxic

Satisfaction surveys only tell you so much (and normally it’s about how free employees feel to be honest) and employee turnover rate doesn’t paint the full picture. If you want to assess whether your company culture is healthy or ailing, it pays to examine a few unconventional metrics. You may not …

14 Foods You Should NEVER Eat

Put these on your do-not-buy list.<p><i>This article was written by Leah Zerbe and Emily Main and repurposed with permission from</i> Rodale News<i>.</i><p>What's the one food you refuse to eat? Peas? Tofu? Liver and onions? Whatever it is, it's probably because you don't like the way it tastes, not necessarily …

The Low-Impact But Still Lush Lawn | Lawn Care - Consumer Reports

7 steps to sustainable lawn care<p>Photo: Gallery Stock<p><b>Let it grow.</b> A scalped lawn means weak, shallow roots, so let your grass grow to about 4½ inches …

How to Be a Better Father

Our kids look up to you—take advantage of it while you can<p>Games of catch are a good start, but it's the deeper lessons that count. The best way to start: Minimize you kids' Wii-time in favor of we-time, no matter what activity you're engaged in. There are teaching opportunities everywhere—whether …

Oregon Trail And All Your Other Favorite Childhood Games Put Online For Free

The video games that defined your childhood are easily accessible again.<p>A non-profit library has put thousands of classic MS-DOS games online for free, including Oregon Trail, Tetris, Donkey Kong and SimCity. In total, 2,400 MS-DOS games and programs went live Monday on the Internet Archive, a …

My Boss Made The Mistake Of Sending Me And My Cute Co-Worker On An Out-Of-Town Business Trip

By Zach Armstrong,<p>Comment<br>• FlagFlagged<br>• http://tcat.tc/1AAEnGS<p>We don’t normally go out-of-town for work; maybe two, three times a year, at most. When we …

How to Debug Your Brain and Build Better Habits

Wouldn't it be great if you could debug your brain as though it were bad code? We might not be able to reprogram ourselves, but we can use the …

13 Men Share The Absolute Hottest Thing a Woman Has Ever Done During Hot Sex

Just so you know what really stands out in his mind<p>We know that there are tons of things that get a man going in bed, but there are also those little things you do that burn a sexy hole into his memory <i>forever</i>. We reached out to <i>Men's Health</i> readers and other real guys to tell us all the things women …

10 Things You Never Knew About Erections

These might just come in handy.

The 12 Worst Habits for Your Mental Health

Depression is usually brought on by factors beyond our control—the death of a loved one, a job loss, or financial troubles. But the small choices you …