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Hey, New Mom, Have You Considered Relaxing?
Writing in the New Yorker, Lucy Huber and Joanna Davis have some advice for new mothers:
Hello! I see you are a young mother caring for your young children, ...
Are You Easily Distracted?
Do you find yourself distracted? Well, you are not alone. A recent survey on distractions in the workplace found that employees experience an average ...
Giving Our Final Days to God
Kim Kuo tells of the 10-year-long battle her late husband, David, had with terminal cancer. David was the former deputy director of the White House Office ...
Restaurants Prioritize Employee Emotional Wellness
A reporter at an alternative newsmagazine has been noticing a particular trend in the Portland, Oregon food scene. Many boutique restaurants, pop-ups, ...
Businesses Are Dealing with Millennial Burnout
It was a typical Monday morning at a cloud services company in Denver, except for a weeping 29-year-old project manager crouched in the emergency stairwell. ...
The Oregon Trail Taught One Pioneer About Sunday Rest
In May, 1853, Phoebe and her husband Holden Judson joined a covered wagon train near Kansas City hoping to reach Washington Territory by mid-October. ...
Legendary MLB Announcer Thanks God
“It’s time for Dodger baseball … Hi everybody and a very pleasant good evening to you, wherever you may be.”
That was the opening ...
New Worship Craze—Workism
Derek Thompson, a staff writer for The Atlantic, argues that Americans have a new object for worship. He calls it the religion of workism. Thompson writes: ...
Starbucks’s Baristas Challenged by 170,000-plus Choices
Starbucks first turned regular drip coffee into a $5 half-caff, extra whipped cream mocha latte. Now they’re producing dozens of bizarre concoctions ...
Pastor Andrew Wilson writes in an issue of CT magazine:
Most of us pray the Lord’s Prayer backwards. (A few) years ago, my wife and I were on an ...