I hear that women are supposed to be great at multitasking, but I think my genes must have missed that memo. While my mind often tries to go a million miles a minute, doing anything practical tends to require my full concentration. 997 more words
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I remember being fascinated by the concept in statistics called “Regression toward the mean,” which involves the idea that extreme cases (of either exceptionally excellent or exceptionally dismal results) are usually mere outliers and will typically be followed up with more average and expected results. 702 more words
I never aspired to become an advocate. I didn’t know enough about the issues, I couldn’t balance that with my work and family life. I promised myself that I would focus on raising good kids, being a high quality educator and overall trying to be a kind human being. 325 more words
Before Christmas, my boss and I joked that we were just slouching towards Bethlehem – simply focusing on getting our bodies in one piece to the holiday break. 390 more words
Scammers and unscrupulous businesses don’t care about age or how tech savvy you are…they’re looking for gullible consumers. And, they find millions.
That’s one reason the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) – the nation’s consumer protection agency – is highlighting March 5-11 as Consumer Protection Week. 429 more words