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The Ultimate Working From Home Guide | Investopedia

<b>Amazon.com Inc.</b><p>Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) employs more than 500,000 workers around the world, many of them reporting to work from their home offices. …

Employment

25 Japanese foods we love -- from miso to tempura | CNN Travel

(CNN) — Japan is often called a "Galapagos" when it comes to technology, as the country's cultural isolation tends to produce innovations found nowhere else in the world. The same can be said about its food.<p>Japan is a culinary wonderland thanks to its unique heritage, a national obsession with …

Japan

How to Get Rid of Pimples Without Buying Creams

You don't have to buy expensive prescription creams, which can be excessively drying to your skin, to treat acne. Although late-night TV commercials …

The Moment I Knew My Marriage Was Over

Heartbreaking and honest.<p>Was there a moment you knew your marriage was over? A split-second you saw the writing on the wall ― even if you didn’t acknowledge as much until later?<p>We asked readers on Facebook and Twitter to share the moment they knew their relationships were over (hashtag: …

7 Superfoods To Restore Energy When You're Burnt Out

If you’re like many people, life just comes at you too fast to take much time out for yourself. Work, kids, commutes and life in general keep you on …

New Zealand's ONLY Mens Lifestyle Magazine

M2 July 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>June 29, 2018<p>The first renders of Westfield Newmarket’s $790 mil redevelopment show Auckland shoppers have a lot to look …

Los Angeles

The 25 most popular tourist sites in the US

But according to Swarm, Foursquare's check-in app, Americans have much more eclectic taste when exploring their backyard.<p>Using Swarm check-in data from August 1, 2015, to July 31, we determined the 25 most visited monuments and landmarks in the US.<p>From the world's largest thermometer to mere …

Why learning how to code is not enough

As a former electrical engineer and coding bootcamp student, here’s my piece of advice: <b>Learning how to code is not enough.</b><p>By that I mean, if your …

Tech Industry

Mathilde, The French Perigordine Walnut Cake (Gâteau aux Noix)

Are you stuck in a cake rut? Here's a beauty for you. This French walnut cake or Gâteau aux Noix from the Perigord region is a super light cake that …

The One Question Missing From Job Interviews

It's often said that employees don't leave bad companies, they leave bad managers.<p>And on the flip side, the teams that accomplish the most are those led by managers who know how to best support and develop their direct reports.<p>Yet it's striking that in job interviews the topic of managing people is …

The Whimsical Animals of Lucia Heffernan

Nous pensons souvent de nos animaux préférés « Ah, si seulement ils pouvaient parler »… Avec tendresse et quelques accessoires, Lucia Heffernan donne …

Scientific Secrets To Keep Kids In College

To be human is to be constantly at war between our lofty goals and our immediate impulses.<p>Future Me wants me to run 5 miles. Right Now Me wants a cookie.<p>Unfortunately, that totally understandable tendency is one factor that can stop people from completing their education:<p>Ninety-three percent of …

7 High-Protein Meals R.D.s Swear By

A high-protein meal is a meal we want to know. Protein is essential to any well-rounded diet, and it's known to promote satiety and muscle recovery …

Do We Have a Responsibility Towards Sustainable Living?

Kevin Dooley - Flickr Creative Commons<p>Hands up if you walk into a shop and before you purchase anything, think about how it was made? For many people …

Sustainability

5 Interview Questions That Stump Job Candidates

We all know that labor statistics do not paint a full picture of what it is like to be a job hunter these days. Candidates need to be ready for almost anything. Sometimes it's just crazy what interviewers feel compelled to ask.<p>Interviewers are throwing out questions like, "Why are manhole covers …

Microsoft Office smartens up with new features

Here’s proof that Microsoft’s Office 365 has moved past the era when its apps got better almost entirely though one-fell-swoop updates every few years: The company is <b>announcing a smattering of substantial new features</b> for Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Most of them will be available starting this …

How I Left A 12-Year Career In Silicon Valley To Work On A Beach In Belize

Three months ago, Jeanna Barrett traded a beige office in San Francisco for a palapa on the Caribbean. This is how she pulled it off.<p>Three months ago, I worked in San Francisco as a marketing leader for a unicorn startup. I earned a salary that let me do, eat, and buy whatever I wanted. Now, I live …

San Francisco

Superfoods debunked - and their cheaper and more effective alternatives revealed

Building immunity, extending life and preventing cancer are among the purported superpowers of so-called superfoods. And while research has found that a compound in pomegranates could increase longevity, one complaint about many of these foods is that they have a price tag to match their celebrity …

Some Thoughts from a Professor as Students Head Off to College

As both a college professor and parent of a college student, this time of year always seems to raise a variety of thoughts as freshly minted high school graduates head off to their new adventures. In couple of weeks, green first-year students will be wandering around campuses everywhere, looking …

The 5 college majors most likely to lead to underemployment

Liberal arts majors may cringe as they click on PayScale's underemployment report, expecting to see their program at the top of the list for majors most likely to lead to jobs with low hours and/or in unrelated fields.<p>But, while art- and writing-related majors do make the ranking, they don't have a …

The 15 American Cities With the Best Botanical Gardens

While our country has some awe-inspiring national parks, for the majority of people who dwell in cities, getting out to those parks to commune with …

Learning Excel isn't just for finance professionals, it can boost anyone's productivity at work — here’s how

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Alfonso de Tomas / ShutterStock We've said it before but it bears repeating: Microsoft Excel is likely the most powerful program on …

A Guide to Easy Japanese Home-Cooking

These six classic Japanese recipes are full of flavor, light on ingredients, good for you, and surprisingly quick to make.<p>Leave the pristine sushi to the restaurants. Japanese home cooking is full of flavor, light on ingredients, good for you, and surprisingly quick to make. In other words, <b>the holy</b> …

Spices

15 Phone Hacks Every Traveler Needs To Know

How to plan for the worst, prevent insane fees, and make the MOST out of your device.<p>You're going to want to keep these three goals in mind:<p>* Have a plan if your phone gets stolen or lost.<p>* Prevent insane roaming fees.<p>* Make the most of your phone's capabilities with offline maps, translators, etc. …

Five life hacks from Japan to help combat those summertime ailments with used tea bags

Turns out that tea bags are pret-<i>tea</i> handy!<p>Tea has been enjoyed in countries throughout the world for thousands of years. It has been used for …

How to create a magical miniature garden that will add a touch of coziness to any home

A terrarium is a miniature garden grown inside a covered glass or plastic container. It is extremely easy to take care of and is an ideal choice for …

Can Wall Street be fixed? Ex-banker's memoir examines a broken system

In his memoir For the Love Of Money, due out next week, Sam Polk suggests Wall Street would not be so bad if its workers were contributing to society<p>Can Wall Street be fixed? Sam Polk, a former investment banker who walked away from millions as a hedge fund investment manager, isn’t entirely …

Five ways to make your garden into a haven for bees

Kim Stoddart celebrates Bees’ Needs week with her roundup of the best ways to attract pollinators of all kinds to your patch<p>Have you ever listened to the musical sound a bee makes as it works a flower head? Or looked at a wasp as it chews tiny bits of wood off your fence or garden furniture? Wasps …

Gardening

How Food Can Improve or Worsen Your Thyroid Function

With all the conflicting information out there pertaining to your thyroid, especially regarding what to eat and what to stay away from, it may be …

Making It In America: From Bullied, Gay Boy to High-Flying Fashion Designer

The political climate now is voracious. A central issue, <i>perhaps the central issue</i> is Immigration.<p>In America, Republicans strongly back building a wall, while Democrats are committed to keeping the borders open. Independents might be classified as riding the fence.<p>Regardless of your political …