Break from the Grind
People will be spending and traveling less, and many don’t trust others to social distance during the holiday.
All but one U.S. President was married at some time.
Though it has fallen out of favor and used less (and rightly so), the word “Caucasian” as a descriptor for white people can still be found in some...
There’s a quote—“He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much”—that has been attributed to a few sources.
Employees are missing social connections with coworkers, but there are activities that can be done virtually to help preserve team culture.
You may know the phrase “Ay, there’s the rub,” from Shakespeare’s "Hamlet."
In 1930, Ellen Church became the first female flight attendant.
Researchers suggest that macroeconomic shocks, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, have long-lasting effects on what people value in their professions—income or meaning and fulfillment.
Nearly one-quarter of Americans polled say they are spending more money because of social distancing, and 43% report they’ve engaged in ‘comfort buying.’
Some may describe the arrival of the coronavirus as a “watershed moment.”
The number of known pandemics are many, but their onsets have been relatively spread out over time—until the 21st century.