Five Ways To Do A Health Check-In for Post-Pandemic Life
Over the past year, we’ve all had our guard up in terms of healthcare. A tickle of the throat had us racing to google for a COVID-19 symptom check, and indoor wellness was ramped up as we figured out how to turn living rooms into cardio gyms.
Planning for Retirement in a Post-Pandemic Economic World
Retirement saving is always scary. Questions of setting a retirement date, planning for unexpected changes in health and circumstance, and caring for extended family members are constantly on the minds of so many American workers. Of course, after a year of so much economic uncertainty, retirement planning can seem even scarier. But, any wise financial planner knows that scary circumstances require extra levels of financial discretion.
Make the Most of Spring with Seasonal Fun!
Spring has sprung, and this year, we are all looking for fun ways to safely enjoy the sunshine, flowers, and joys of spring. After a long, difficult year of staying inside and feeling uncertain about what is safe, getting out safely for some springtime fun seems more important than ever before.
Survey shows overall habits, stressors of wearing a fitness tracker
Watches and bracelets aren’t the only accessories people are wearing on their wrists these days. Whether it’s to make a statement or achieve a goal, fitness trackers have become a common staple for many to put on each day.
College Students Would Give Almost Anything to Go Back to College
College during COVID is not ideal, for more reasons than one. Not only do students have to miss out on the extra-curricular and social activities that make it the best four years of their lives, but they also have to suffer through remote learning - which often entails longer lectures, more homework, and less study groups that made the tough classes a little more bearable.
Posting Pics, Making Rent
According to a new report, the states where social media influencers must post the least in order to cover their rent are West Virginia, Arkansas, and South Dakota. In these states, social media influencers with even fewer than 10,000 followers must only post nine sponsored content pieces a month to cover rental costs.
What Twitter Can Tell Us About Our Societal Identity in 2020
In the past, little details about a person were used to help categorize and define that person’s personality. The organization of a person’s office and the bumper sticker on a person’s car might offer a snapshot of how they live and what they care about.
Get Your Headphones! Here are the Top Searched Podcasts of 2020
What were your most streamed podcasts last year? Were you more into true crime or politics? A new analysis revealed that the most searched podcasts in the United States in 2020 were Code Switch, The Mismatch, and The Mark Levin podcast.
3 Tips to Avoid Cash App Scams
Cash apps such as PayPal, Venmo, and CashApp have certainly changed the way we go about transferring funds and splitting tabs. With a few simple taps on a smartphone, you can send a seemingly infinite amount of money to practically anyone, anywhere on the globe.
A New Holiday Season Challenges Americans to Celebrate Safely
For many people, the first couple weeks of December have been filled with little reminders that this holiday season is so different from others. Our calendars, usually jam-packed with holiday parties, are now disappointingly empty. Day-long trips to the mall to buy gifts for family have been exchanged for online browsing. And on a darker note, many of us have lost family and friends to COVID-19 with whom we would spend the early December weeks excitedly chatting about holiday reunions.
How the Pandemic Eliminated Work/Life Balance
Even before we were all working from the comfort of our homes, establishing a work/life balance was a tough needle to thread. In an age where all you need to do your job is a laptop and a wi-fi connection, working from home was already an option for most professionals. It was already easy to get sucked into the habit of re-opening your work accounts at home and working on miscellaneous things after hours. But now, with working from home as the norm, it’s become even more prevalent for employees to work long before and after hours to get things done.
How Different Football Fans Are Getting Ready To Tailgate At Home
Among the things sports fans are missing out this year includes visiting the stadiums, throwing down with opposing teams, and of course: tailgating prior to the main event. While some sports have returned to their respective stadiums, arenas, and rinks, fans aren’t necessarily allowed to join the players to spectate.