Go beyond steering employees to the CDC’s website or the latest news story. Institute your own social distancing policies to keep as many employees at home as possible, and mandate a physical distance of six feet between the workers who still come in. Drafting a policy shows that you’re aiming to stay out in front of this crisis instead of merely reacting as the situation develops. … [Read more...] about I’m a doctor. Here are 5 ways employers must help flatten the curve
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Nothing I experienced in the past prepared me for the speed of this market crash. The decline after stocks peaked in March 2000 lasted until October 2002 — 2 1/2 years. The most recent bear market, which started in 2007, lasted 17 months. Nobody knows how long this bear market will last. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | I became a disciplined investor over 40 years; the virus broke me in 40 days
For some couples, understanding what your partner's job stress feels like is more important than understanding the job itself. Taking time to be compassionate toward "the pressure of the hierarchy at work or the promotion stress," or your partner's anxiety around their "client flip-flopping what they want every hour of the day," Johnson said, is certainly a way of showing support. … [Read more...] about Couples having a working-from-home revelation: That’s what you do all day?
“I was depressed and sad in the bathtub, and all of a sudden Jon Lovitz was on my phone saying, ‘Congratulations on finally figuring out how to live a peaceful life!'” Berman says. “I just found that really funny—and weird.” … [Read more...] about Bored celebs + cooped-up fans = Cameo is booming during COVID-19
In short, I was traveling, discovering. Maybe not in the flesh, but I was an explorer nonetheless. I've been fascinated with the beguiling world of Google Street View for a decade now. I often turn to it as a research tool when I'm writing a novel, but more often than not, I simply use it to practice being a curious human. What an unbelievable resource! An endless fountain for little details. You can traipse down almost any street in the world, unbothered by snow or rain or gloom of night, completely safe, eating your Cheetos, and if you grow weary of your traipsing you can teleport to a completely new place on a new continent. … [Read more...] about How to see the world when you’re stuck at home