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    Psychology – To prevent the burnout syndrome, it is necessary to give back the personal and social spheres their rightful place. For years, Corinne Le Bars enjoyed a honeymoon in her career and her relationship with her employer. Too invested in his role as a researcher in the humanities and social sciences, he finds himself one day at risk of being kicked out of a position he seems to have earned. The syndrome of occupational burnout or burnout is as follows. She accepts a layoff for disability to protect her health and gradually recovers from this ordeal, thanks in particular to the discussion sessions offered to seven women in the same situation organized by the Pension and Occupational Health Normandy. An experience that leads to a book Conquer your fatigue. Resistance stories (Ed. Érès), produced under his direction. The link between burnout and success is obviously a mockery. Because “It is not a state in which one person is responsible, and that is the tragedy, Philippe Zawieja, psychologist confirms… This article is for subscribers only. 83% is...
    (CNN)It's a travel season unlike any other. Anyone looking for a summer getaway is likely to find themselves caught in a chaotic web of canceled flights, pricey rental cars or fully booked hotels. The prospect of getting from point A to point B without an expensive headache may seem all but impossible. Consider this: On Wednesday, 639 flights within, into, or out of the United States were canceled, and 5,837 were delayed, according to flight tracking data from FlightAware. Delta Air Lines alone has trimmed about 100 flights a day from its schedule in July to "minimize disruptions" and has issued a waiver for July 4 travelers as it braces for passenger volumes "not seen since before the pandemic." Renting a car -- if you can find one -- will likely cost you more than years past. And hotel prices are climbing nationwide too. So much for relaxation. Read MoreWhat's going on?Your summer travel woes (probably) aren't your fault. In the sky, airlines have significantly fewer employees, especially pilots, than they did before the pandemic. And on the road, a...
    WOULD you rethink your stay after finding a hotel's worrisome cleaning schedule? According to BuzzFeed, one hotel had a pretty unsanitary cleaning routine, and only washed their blankets once every three months. 4One hotel had a cleaning schedule that worried it's guestsCredit: Getty 4The bedding only gets changed once every three monthsCredit: Getty Broken up by weeks of the month, each week had different projects for the cleaners in this three-star hotel to focus in on. During the first week of every month, they were in charge of checking the edges of the room, cleaning the cords behind the nightstand, and checking the room for cobwebs and marks on the walls. For week two, they had to tackle cleaning the interior and exterior of the HVAC filter, cleaning the threshold, and cleaning the inside and outside of the main door frame. Surprisingly, the bathroom doesn't get any attention until week three. READ MORE ON HOTELSDON'T TOUCH! The dirtiest item in your hotel bedroom which you should NEVER useIN THE BAG Flight attendant reveals why he always puts the hotel tv...
    Taiwanese ethnicity man looking at the home budget and sorting out bills using his laptop in his cozy living roomSrdjanPav | E+ | Getty Images Americans are feeling the impact of surging inflation, which doesn't appear to be easing up anytime soon. For many, that means it's a good time to revise the family budget. The Consumer Price Index rose 7.5% on the year in January, according to a Thursday release by the U.S. Department of Labor. That notched the highest reading of the inflation gauge since February 1982. Nearly all categories measured by the index increased month over month, and all were higher than a year ago. Energy costs, food prices and used cars and trucks posted some of the largest jumps. More from Invest in You:If you are quitting a job, here are some options for health insuranceHere are the top jobs in the U.S. — and how to land themThis company just decided to give employees a 4-day week permanently "It's critically important to revisit your budget and how you want to go about spending your money,"...
    In this article ROSTGCShutter | E+ | Getty ImagesThe entire cryptocurrency market climbed to more than $2 trillion over the weekend for the first time since mid-May. Bitcoin, one of the more popular digital offerings, also surged to more than $48,000, though it has already lost some of those gains. If you're like many investors, you may be wondering how you can get in on the action. That could include your retirement savings vehicles, such as individual retirement accounts.Crypto is a 24/7, 365 market, so you can't just leave it to chance like every other asset.Tyrone Ross Jr.CEO of Onramp InvestBut both bullish and bearish experts on cryptocurrencies say it's still too early to store those assets in retirement accounts. Tyrone Ross Jr., CEO of Onramp Invest, a provider of a cryptoasset integration platform for financial advisors, is one of them. That's despite admitting he owns a "whole lot" of cryptocurrencies in his own portfolio. Ross compares using cryptocurrencies in a retirement account to taking a beautiful, exotic animal outside of its natural habitat and putting it in a zoo....
    Getty Images As inflation pushes prices on everything from food to gasoline higher, your emergency cash could be in danger of losing value. Persistently low interest rates likely will not keep pace with surging costs. Rapid inflation may continue for several months, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said in a recent interview, while other experts see rising prices staying around longer. In the meantime, you may want to re-evaluate where your emergency cash is deposited. "With cash, if it's intended for something like an emergency fund or a short-term expense, it needs to be kept safe," said Ken Tumin, founder and editor of DepositAccounts.com. "Stocks or bitcoin or other types of investments are not appropriate for it."More from Portfolio PerspectiveHere's a look at other stories impacting portfolio planning and retirement saving: How to reduce the tax bite of the coming great wealth transfer Many 401(k) investors don't use target-date funds the right way Inflation concerns have many retirees worried about running out of money When it comes to storing your emergency fund, there are generally a handful of options:...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Francesca Hayward, 29; Melanie Fiona, 38; Becki Newton, 43; Andrew Zimmern, 60. Happy Birthday: Sit up and take note of what’s going on around you. It’s time to make a change that will help you dump bad habits and replace them with something that will make you healthy and happy. Life is about living and spending time with people who share life’s little pleasures. Rethink your future and make the necessary adjustments. Your numbers are 6, 17, 21, 23, 31, 36, 42. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put a unique spin on the way you do things. Make plans with someone who brings out the best in you. If you get together with someone extravagant, it will lead to overspending or indulgent behavior. Know when to say no. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Emotional situations will escalate if you deal with professional matters. Try to kick back and enjoy the day without getting into conversations with people who don’t see things your way. Stick close to and rely on someone who always has your back....
    Sarah Bahbah Sarah Bahbah is a visual artist known for her viral Instagram photo series. Her latest, "Fool Me Twice," explores attachment styles, or how individuals relate to others based on their upbringings. The series explains how childhood wounds can affect adult relationships and lead to misunderstandings. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Visual artist Sarah Bahbah is known for her viral Instagram-centric photo series.  Her latest dreamy, yet solemn, series "Fool Me Twice" featured actors Noah Centineo and Alisha Boe and delved into attachment styles, or the ways we form bonds with others based on our upbringings and childhood relationships, especially with our parents. Bahbah told Insider her art comes from her lived experiences with relationships, and "Fool Me Twice" was no different. It was born out of heartbreak, she said. "[I was] trying to make sense of the end of a relationship that I was very hopeful about. I went into deep reflection for a few months," Bahbah told Insider. Sign up for notifications from Insider! Stay up to date with what you want to...
    Paz has not turned 40 and is overdone; with the house, the three children, the work … She just wants a moment with her husband. As would happen to anyone, even the author of the novel Mama in search of the lost dust (HarperCollins Ibérica), Jessica Gomez. Is having children a vital experience or is it close to the 12 labors of Hercules? Either it is neither, or it is both at the same time. I do not know if it is an absolutely necessary and essential life experience, I do know that motherhood marked a before and after and that I cannot imagine how my life could be without all these learnings. But I’m telling you about my case. At the beginning of the book he gives a warning to those who do not have children. Didn’t you want to scare them? It was to enter doing the joke -‘This is all a lie, procreate without fear’-, trying to put the sarcasm of ‘this is what there is’. Bringing things that you least expect from humor or that,...
    Twitter has confirmed it is working on an 'Undo Send' feature that will give users a chance to cancel their tweets if they have second thoughts.  The feature leaked online in the form of an animation, showing a blue timer with the word 'Undo' that counts down after a user has posted a tweet.  Twitter users will have just five seconds to tap the timer before the tweet is made public.  Some Twitter users pointed out that it would just mean there would be a frustrating five-second delay before their tweets actually appear.  Twitter has confirmed to MailOnline that it is currently 'testing' Undo Send, but declined to provide any further details.  It's not known when the nifty new feature will be rolling out, or if it will come to Twitter for both desktop or mobile. But it would be sure to reduce some of the most vociferous verbal abuse on the platform by giving users a chance to think twice before they post.  Twitter still isn't yielding to user demands to implement an edit button, however – its most-requested feature. ...
    January 31, 2017 5 min read What many people refer to as a “Hallmark” holiday has always seemed like a great opportunity for companies to roll in some extra cash. In the past, brands have spent much of their time creating Valentine’s Day campaigns geared toward couples. But with more than half of American adults identifying as single today, that may not be the best practice anymore. Related: You Should Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things Sure, the lovey dovey holiday hasn’t lost its momentum – in fact, Valentine’s Day sales reached an all-time high of $ 19.7 billion in 2016. Yet, that’s because it’s become a holiday that both couples and singles celebrate. Many people are buying gifts and experiences for friends, co-workers and pets rather than that special someone. So if you’re thinking romance is the best way to boost your sales, think again – it’s time to switch gears and start focusing your Valentine’s Day efforts to include everyone. Check out these Valentine’s Day stats from Bing to learn how the holiday has changed...
    A dietitian has shared a shocking warning to drinkers who don't want to gain weight this festive season, and revealed why you're better off eating bread than drinking wine or beer. Savina Rego, from Perth, shocked thousands with a graphic posted on her Instagram page that illustrated why it's alcohol you need to cut to lose weight rather than carbohydrates. She wrote: 'Since most people are quick to cut out carbohydrate containing foods before they consider how their alcohol intake contributes to their energy intake, I've compared the energy in three drinks (amount and alcohol percentage shown in the image) to that of white bread (each slice for this brand is 39g and provides approximately 84.5 calories).' A dietitian (pictured) has shared a shocking warning to drinkers who don't want to gain weight this festive season, and revealed why you're better off eating bread than drinking wine RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next You can now buy a Lotus Biscoff SHAKE for $10 - complete... Mum, 31, wows foodies with her simple recipe for a...
    There was collective shock among many Democrats when exit polls found that 18 percent of Black men supported Donald ‎Trump's 2020 presidential campaign. In a year filled with racial unrest, many wondered why. Well, we've recently gotten a powerful answer to that question in the form of some leading Democrats’ treatment of General Lloyd Austin. Sen. Elizabeth Warren recently joined fellow senators Jon Tester and Richard Blumenthal in opposing Austin’s quest to become the country’s first African American secretary of defense. Their opposition is rooted in the fact that a defense secretary must be retired from active military service for at least seven years. Austin retired in 2016. An exception can be made if Congress grants a waiver. Warren, Tester, and Blumenthal have declined to do so, all issuing generic platitudes about how much they admire Gen. Austin, but apparently not enough to empower him to make history. Supporting civilian control of the military is certainly a legitimate policy position. Had Austin retired last year perhaps the opposition from these senators wouldn’t feel so unreasonable.
    Tough times have a way of putting things in perspective for people. And for many young adults, financial hardships caused by COIVD-19 have been a real eye-opener. Whether you save your money or spend it, there are ways most of us can change the way we handle our finances. A new survey from studyfinds.org shows 2020 has been an insightful year for young Americans when it comes to money. The new OnePoll study asked Gen Z Americans and millennials about how the pandemic has affected their personal finances. More than half said they wish they did a better job handling their money during the pandemic. 60% said they want to improve their budgeting skills, but aren’t sure where to begin. The study revealed the federal student loan forbearance made an impact on their ability to save money during the pandemic. Researchers say quarantine also finally allowed them the time to think about their student loan financing options. Out of the two generations, the study showed millennials are more likely to feel they handled their money poorly. Millennials are also more...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – There’s no question, the past eight months have been downright tough. Many of us long for that happy hour, playdate or Sunday night family dinner again. But medical professionals say it’s important not to breach your bubble. “That’s really the best defense that we have is to keep those bubbles small and to keep them confined to people who share similar practices around avoiding exposure,” said Dr. Annie Ideker, a family physician at Health Partners. If you don’t have a bubble yet? It’s a good idea to make one. Here’s how: First, find good candidates for your bubble that have similar lifestyles. Do they work from home? Do their kids go into school? “It’s discipline here that matters and you need to figure out how disciplined the people are that you might want to merge your bubble with,” said Dr. Frank Rhame, an Infectious Diseases Physician at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, which is part of Allina Health. If you don’t trust the people to be reliable, said Rhame, you don’t want them in your bubble. Remember to limit the size of your...
    Families like the Hernandez family are living in converted school buses. The Hanzians People are converting school buses into the tiny homes of their dreams.  Some of the most beautiful "schoolies" have full kitchens, bathrooms, master bedrooms, and cozy details. The small spaces can be surprisingly good fits for families, with children playing, learning, and living on the road with their parents.   Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. As the tiny house movement continues to grow, families are choosing to downsize and live in converted school buses.  Known as schoolies, these vehicles have everything a tiny house would have: kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, and most importantly, mobility. Instead of buying the traditional family home, couples with babies, toddlers, and even teenagers are turning to schoolies to make their tiny house dreams a reality.  Here are some beautiful photos of schoolies that will have you daydreaming of a life on the road with your family. 
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The coronavirus pandemic has many commuters rethinking their ride. But what do you do if you already have money on a MetroCard? For pay-per-ride, the MTA says the value will remain on your card until the expiration date. If it expires, you can transfer the balance to a new card. You have up to a year after expiration to transfer the balance at a booth, vending machine or by mailing it in to MetroCard customer claims. A replacement card will be issued for the remaining value. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK:  Stimulus Package Update: As Unemployment Claims Climb, Have Both Sides Found Common Ground? 19-Year-Old Woman Killed, 2 Men Wounded In Bronx Shooting CBS2 Gets Action In Astoria, But Loud Car Meet-Ups Continue In Another Part Of Queens There are no cash refunds. For more information, click here. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    ANYONE who has ever tried dieting will know that there are hundreds of weight loss plans to choose from, but how do you know what’s right for you? According to our resident Tarotscope reader Kerry King what you should be eating could be written in the stars. 13Kerry King reveals what diet is best for you based on your star sign Kerry has been practising tarot readings for the last 20 years, starting from reading for friends to amassing an international client list. She says: “There aren’t many of us who naturally enjoy and relish the idea of dieting, it’s hard to stick to something based on denial. “However, you can give yourself a better chance of success if you can align your dieting technique to your star sign. “The personality traits and strengths associated with each sign can lead to a great match with a particular diet that won’t turn you ALL the way off. No pain, no gain… but let’s ease the pain. Read on.” ARIES: Keto diet 13The low card and high fat keto means you can...
    For most people, ketchup always beats mustard for the spot of #1 condiment. It’s the perfect addition to fries, veggie burgers, and vegan nuggets. While ketchup gets all the glory, mustard is left behind in the pantry. Well, I say no more! Mustard deserves a chance to shine. These 15 recipes with mustard taste amazing and may even make you rethink your ketchup favoritism. Give them a try! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Carrot Beet Salad With Mustard Garlic Vinaigrette and Dill Source: Carrot Beet Salad With Mustard Garlic Vinaigrette and Dill Beet and carrot salad with mustard garlic vinaigrette – boiled root veggies, tangy pickles, and lots of fresh dill drizzled with a lovely mustard garlic dressing – a fantastic winter salad that’s filling and satisfying. You have to try this Carrot Beet Salad With Mustard Garlic Vinaigrette and Dill by Viktoria Radichkova! 2. Meatloaf With Sweet Mustard Glaze Source: Meatloaf With Sweet Mustard...
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