Expressing those needs is more important now than ever, especially since people in cities are living on top of one another with little space for physical and mental alone time. Johnson recommended, even if it doesn't sound sexy, setting up a weekly meeting with your partner to take a look at the week ahead -- who has work calls when, who should be watching the children when, etc. -- to make sure you're both on the same page and can anticipate the needs of the individual and the needs of the couple. … [Read more...] about Couples having a working-from-home revelation: That’s what you do all day?
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But as Europe and the United States struggle to contain the pandemic, aid groups have warned the death toll could be in the millions in low-income countries and war zones such as Syria and Yemen, where hygiene conditions are already dire and healthcare systems are in tatters. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Italy, Spain suffer record virus deaths as infection rate surges
Boeing is also offering the use of their Dreamlifter cargo plane -- the largest aircraft in the world -– for distribution of products all over the country. Boeing will dedicate up to three planes to the mission of flying medical supplies. Each plane can carry 63,000 pounds of cargo per flight. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | As coronavirus cases in US cross 100,000, Trump takes steps to combat pandemic
I don’t know whether this day will ever come, but I don’t want the entire onus to be on me. I just want to throw things in the recycling bin and have them be recycled. I am busy, I have other things happening in my life, and if the national recycling rates are any indicator, I am not alone. As a nation, we will never reach the San Franciscan utopian levels of recycling without legislating what private industry can produce. The EU came to this conclusion in 2017 and set a goal of having all plastic packaging be recyclable by 2030. A year later the EU decided that directive alone wouldn’t do enough to reduce the amount of garbage Europe generates, and it mandated that single-use plastics (which make up 80% of litter on European beaches) be replaced by recyclable or compostable materials. Unless we want a future where we swim in plastic seas and drive over combustible land, these mandates need to become U.S. law. … [Read more...] about How America’s least sustainable city learned to love recycling
"After the US’ $2 trillion stimulus, a whopping 9.5 percent of its GDP, Germany granted 21.1 percent of its GDP as a stimulus, and China granted 2.8 percent, India’s stimulus quantum looks small, but nonetheless is arriving in piecemeal packets regularly,” Jimeet Modi, Founder & CEO, SAMCO Securities & StockNote said in a note. … [Read more...] about Carnage in broader markets; over 200 stocks in the small-cap space down 10-40%