By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 4:05 pm PDT, Saturday, August 17, 2019 Backpacking in Northern California's Trinity Alps: The Stuart Fork Trail offered endless beauty and fun for a San Francisco family and friends in July 2019. Backpacking in Northern California's Trinity Alps: The Stuart Fork Trail offered endless beauty and fun for a San Francisco family and friends in July 2019. Photo: Amy Graff Photo: Amy Graff Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 Backpacking in Northern California's Trinity Alps: The Stuart Fork Trail offered endless beauty and fun for a San Francisco family and friends in July 2019. Backpacking in Northern California's Trinity Alps: The Stuart Fork Trail offered endless beauty and fun for a San Francisco family and friends in July 2019. … [Read more...] about What I learned on a 25-mile backpacking trip with a 6 year old
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have. Advertisement Supported by Tech Fix Our personal tech columnist asked security researchers what they could find out about him from just his cellphone number. Quite a lot, it turns out. ByBrian X. Chen Aug 15, 2019 For most of our lives, we have been conditioned to share a piece of personal information without a moment’s hesitation: our phone number. We punch in our digits at the grocery store to get a member discount or at the pharmacy to pick up medication. When we sign up to use apps and websites, they often ask for our phone number to verify our identity. This column will encourage a new exercise. Before you hand over your number, ask yourself: Is it worth the risk? This question is crucial now that our primary phone numbers … [Read more...] about I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have.
The parallels between the two roles taught me three great life lessons. Brad Hillier Published 11:30 am CST, Monday, January 7, 2019 Photo: Claudiad | Getty Images Photo: Claudiad | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Claudiad | Getty Images What I Learned About Leadership, as a CEO Who Became an Adoptive Parent 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Here's something intriguing I recently learned: The characteristics of being a CEO and an adoptive parent are actually strikingly similar. Both require massive amounts of energy, the ability to balance multiple priorities and the ability to work well and empathize with others. Related: Coaching and Parenting Have … [Read more...] about What I Learned About Leadership, as a CEO Who Became an Adoptive Parent
It's the question on most house hunters' lips: what does Brexit mean for the property market? Industry experts are generally in agreement that political uncertainty in Britain is at the heart of the weakened property market, alongside stamp duty and a lack of affordability. With Brexit negotiations continuing, and the official departure date from the European Union in sight, what does 2019 have in store for the housing market? While no one really knows, of course, some of the country's biggest estate agents have tried to predict where the UK's property market is headed, and whether now is the time to buy. Should I buy property now or wait until after Brexit? In many parts of Britain, particularly... To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel any time Free for 30 days then only £2 per week Try Premium Access one Premium article per week … [Read more...] about Property predictions for 2019: should I buy now or wait until after Brexit? Will house prices fall?
Get the Better newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 14, 2018 / 4:19 PM GMT By Emily Long For most, having a predictable income and fixed expenses makes budgeting and saving a lot easier. Part-time hourly employees, contractors, and seasonal workers who jump from gig to gig or who work more in some months than others don’t always enjoy this same sense of stability — and working several different types of jobs with variable income structures can lead to hard lessons about managing money. I’ve done them all. I spent several years as a full-time, salaried journalist followed by three more in seasonal gigs: an active travel guide in the summer and an hourly office assistant and part-time swim instructor in the winter. I’ve been an independent contractor for a meal delivery service, a yoga teacher, and a freelance writer paid by the project. I recently returned to the world of full-time, salaried work. As a seasonal and hourly employee — and one who relied heavily … [Read more...] about What I learned about money from working a seasonal job