Presale tickets for Harry Styles’ world tour went on sale Monday morning, and #Ticketmaster is currently trending on Twitter for exactly the reason you’d think: The onsale was a complete shitshow, as concert
Nobody wants to leave their apartment anymore. That’s the prevailing sentiment on the internet, anyway. Mean Girls memes and Viola Davis gifs celebrate the joy of canceling plans. Essays offer neuroscience-backed
Do you know how much money you save right now? And more importantly – do you know if it’s enough? Your savings rate is one of the best metrics to use to determine if you’re on the right track to meet goals.
New Study Suggests Pretending to Be an Extrovert Will Make You Happier so This Writer Tried It for a Week
Will seven straight days of forced socializing result in disaster or joy? Thanks to Quiet, the mega-bestseller from Susan Cain, introverts are holding their heads a bit higher these days and workplaces
People have toyed with the idea of a 4-day workweek for over 80 years. Here's how the concept has evolved, from the Great
A 40-hour, five-day workweek from Monday to Friday has been considered the standard schedule in the US since at least the Great Depression, even though almost a third of US workers today don't work that
Forest clearing has forced hungry chimps to raid villagers’ crops. At times, chimps kill children, and villagers kill chimps. Life was already hard enough for Ntegeka Semata and her family, scratching
Tragedy and necessity lead to leadership opportunities that once seemed unimaginable. The challenge now: to make them last. Rwanda’s genocide Museum is a haunting place, one of the memorials in the capital
Author Keith Ferrazzi sold more than 400,000 books and attained "thought leader" fame awhile back by telling professionals they should Never Eat Alone. Lunch is for connection not nutrition, he insisted.
The spacecraft is just the second ever to venture beyond the boundary that separates us from the rest of the galaxy. In the blackness of space billions of miles from home, NASA’s Voyager 2 marked a milestone
According to Dunbar’s theory, people can ‘handle’ up to about 150 relationships – whether in early hunter-gatherer societies or the modern workplace (Credit: Emmanuel Lafont) The most intimate circle just
Unwritten rules and ways of doing things — both good and bad — are ingrained in the corporate world. Often, these norms become so enmeshed in company culture that leaders don’t even think about them. if
One of the dominant narratives in the media is that we need to produce more workers now who can do whatever is needed now, using short-term post-secondary certification programs. The focus is typically