Stay healthy (physically, emotionally, financially) Focus on one thing at a time Turn off your notifications Get as much sleep as you need Spend time picking the right things to work on In my view, the most valuable one-size-fits-all tactics for each person bolster these fundamentals. Examples include mental models for choosing the right thing to do, techniques to relax and go to sleep, and such. … [Read more...] about Try these 3 tactics to boost your personal productivity
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Keep in mind that many people who haven’t received their second stimulus payment yet may still receive one in the mail, either as a paper check or as a debit card. The IRS has said that it could take up to three to four weeks for mailed payments to arrive, and it has told taxpayers to keep watching their mail throughout the month of January. … [Read more...] about IRS stimulus check still not received? Free File could be a way to claim it
In New York State, anyone getting the vaccine has to bring to their appointment proof of eligibility. To prove their age, they’d need a government-issued ID that includes their date of birth. While Jonah Bruno, the state’s director of public information, says any New Yorker can apply for a driver’s license or learning permit (or, in New York City, an IDNYC card) “regardless of their citizenship or lawful status in the United States,” that still poses a fear of being on government records. Essential workers need to show proof of employment, such as an employee ID card or pay stub; many undocumented people who are paid in cash don’t have those items. (It’s also unclear which essential workers are eligible—many undocumented people clean homes or deliver food, but those roles are not listed as qualifying options.) … [Read more...] about How will undocumented immigrants get the COVID-19 vaccine?