'Daily Show' comedian Samantha Bee says working on the show with her husband has not only improved their relationship, but made the pair better parents.
Adult ADHD also known as Adult ADD has been hard to identify and diagnose. Luckily the new Psychiatrist's Diagnosic Manual (DSM) has better criteria for identifying Adult ADD. To make it more complicated it's still true today that some mental health professionals still believe it is only a disease that children suffer from.
Successful, independent, beautiful, sassy, chic, powerful and tenacious are all badges of honour that women wear to describe the modern women’s freedom to be all she can be. Unfortunately, those same esteemed titles lead to another title for women: SINGLE! Yes, we all like to prove our successes but the reality is that most men prefer the nurturer and none of these above characteristics attract the opposite sex, or at least not the ones we would be interested in.
Have you ever heard the phrase “Keep doing what you’re doing, get more of what you got,” made popular by Werner Erhard? Either way, you will soon see why this truth begs an introduction to what I call your “tomorrow me.” That’s the YOU that’s here today representing the you of tomorrow (and the next day, and so on).
Have you ever been detached in your job, head down, doing well but not really paying attention? Wondering what you should do next, wanting more responsibility but not really wanting more responsibility? And then it just gets handed to you... I remember a time in my career when I was doing well, things were running *fairly* smoothly, and I felt like I was on track for success, but hadn’t really made the next big leap and was just focused on keeping my head down and trying to figure out what I was going to do with myself
Now that the holidays are over we are all getting back to work again. I’m wondering, how you feel about going back to the daily grind? Of course, for some of us going to work is a welcome reprise from the holidays. But for other’s I suspect that you are not looking forward to going back to work.
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It's the holiday season (yay! This girl *me* loves some pink holiday corporate cocktails!), and you are probably thinking a few things: 1. I should be paid more - will I get a bonus? 2. I can just sort-of ... slide downhill. Take some calls, avoid some clients, and focus on the holidays parties (and avoiding my family). Now is the time to online shoe shop! 3. I'm too busy to think about my next career move! (But reviews are kind of stressing me out - I need that bonus!)
There have always been "super moms": women with the uncanny ability to wrangle the kids, maintain an entire household and still manage to be the life of any get-together. However, the super mom has evolved into something even more powerful and amazing over the years: a MOMtrepreneur.
Have you ever done something amazing at work, and you want to shout it from the roof top but your first thought is "Don't brag." Or: "Stop talking about yourself." Or maybe: "I don't want to sound like an a**" Have you ever had one of these thoughts? They sneak into your mind just as soon as you get ready to toot your own horn, and they hold you back from acknowledging your hard work.
Remember that first day of school, when you wore a new outfit, new shoes, and were excited about learning and playing with your friends? And remember that first day on the new job at work, when you put on your high heels (or your nice tie) and showed up eager to see how you could make an impact?
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We've all been there. We've found ourselves bonding with a person of the opposite sex at work, whether it be complaining about the boss to each other, or sharing a secret laugh over your cubicle mate's unfortunate music choices. But if you're already in a relationship, can having a "work husband" threaten your at-home relationship?
It's 2012, so we're long beyond the archaic concept that men should be breadwinners in a relationship, right? Eh, maybe not.
In honor of Labor Day, eHarmony looked at communication trends between their users to find out how they were influenced by people's careers. It turns out that what you do for a living has a big influence on who you hit up online in your off-hours.