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Here's how time-management experts get productive when they're overwhelmed by tasks.
"Wine is an easy solution to a problem that no one plans on fixing."
"Weaponized incompetence" — or "strategic incompetence" — is wearing women out, especially during the pandemic.
Listen to your gut: It's a red flag if a work friend starts to make you feel uncomfortable.
An infectious disease doctor explains how lanyards may keep your face mask clean and in better condition, plus where to snag one.
The days between Christmas and New Year's can feel weird — especially if you are stuck working.
The actor and activist turns 84 on Tuesday — and she's got wise words about empathy, mistakes, forgiveness and aging.
If you don't have the bandwidth to aim big, that's OK: Drinking more water and flossing daily are valid goals.
Learn how to address rude comments about work like "You call that a career?" or "When are you going back to school?"
No one "needs those days less" or more than anyone else.
Metal mugs, glass tumblers and reusable coffee cups that will fit in your cup holder, all holding 12 ounces or less.
“'Follow these rules and my spirits won’t harm you. If you disobey, my spirits can kill you within 48 hours,' he warned."
False modesty is not helpful in a year-end review, but neither is vague praise.
Desk calendars, pocket planners and goal-setting agendas to give you a fresh start and keep you organized year round.
Need a boost of career encouragement after a hard year? Read on.
Even years later, people still remember these work holiday parties in excruciating detail.
No, you're not a fraud. You're perfectly capable and qualified. Do this, and you'll be reminded of that whenever you need a little confidence boost.
Here's how the Beatles got their creative groove back in Peter Jackson's new documentary.
Inflation rates are setting records, but mentioning it to your boss in a negotiation is tricky.
About a third of employers are estimated to run credit checks on potential hires. Here's what you need to know.