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    MOST of us likely have the urge to just quit our jobs and go travelling, but for some this urge actually becomes a reality. TikToker Liberty from @travelwithliberty did just this, quitting her 9-5 job to work on superyachts, which she has now been doing for four years. 5Liberty quit her 9-5 job four years ago and has been working on superyachts ever sinceCredit: TikTok/@travelwithliberty 5She says that she loves being able to travel as part of her jobCredit: TikTok/@travelwithliberty Liberty regularly shares videos about her life working at sea, and recently posted about the pros and cons of the job. She says that one of the biggest pros is the money: “It’s a great way to save, you don’t have any overheads, you don’t pay rent, you don’t pay any bills, you have a toiletry cupboard that’s fully stocked that you can just help yourself to.” Liberty adds that thanks to the lack of costs it's a great way to save up and invest in property and/or buy designer handbags, if you wish to. Another huge pro is obviously...
    The White House on Monday said President Joe Biden continues to have mild 'lingering symptoms' but took pains not to spell out what they are following the president's second round of covid, as he continues in his 12th day of isolation. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made the comment after White House physician Dr. Kevin O'Connor said in a letter Biden continues to 'feel well' after suffering a rebound case of the virus shortly after testing negative. 'No reoccurring symptoms – meaning like, if you look at [O'Connor's] original letter, there's nothing. There's nothing severe right? Because he feels fine. He feels he feels good.' 'But as we know, all of us have had COVID, we do have a little bit of a lingering cough, a little bit of maybe a lingering sniffle. That's not uncommon to happen, so that's what we are talking about,' she said, without specifying the exact nature of the president's ailments. 'Many of us have had COVID before and they tend to be lingering symptoms and that's what I'm talking about,' White House Press...
    FOR beauty fans, Sephora is a treasure trove of the best skincare and makeup products out there. But according to one former employee, there are a few things you should definitely keep in mind when shopping at the store. 3A beauty influencer named Sarah Palmyra shared the things she'll never do at Sephora after having worked at one locationCredit: TikTok/sarahpalmyra 3She claimed the Sephora she worked at never cleaned the containers of the makeup remover and cotton pads they provide for sampling productsCredit: TikTok/sarahpalmyra A beauty influencer named Sarah Palmyra shared in a video the three things she'll never do at Sephora after working there. First, she said she won't ever use the makeup remover or cotton pads the store provides to sample makeup. She explained: "My job was to refill the makeup remover and add more cotton rounds when we close... "And never once did we actually clean the container the cotton rounds went in or sanitize the container the makeup remover went in... Read more Sephora secretsMAKE IT UP I worked at Sephora –...
    A former corrections officer has revealed the things she'll never do again since working in a prison - including not travelling solo for fear of being abducted and never living on the first floor as it's easy to break in. Taris Shawdae, from Calgary, Canada, shared a video to TikTok explaining how her views on personal safety has changed since working behind bars - with the clip quickly racking up more than four million views. In the video, she explains how she'll never accept a drink from a stranger or tell people when she's going on vacation due to the horror stories she's heard from inmates. @taris.shawdae #stitch with @kaylaobviously #PepsiApplePieChallenge whoops only made it to 8 guess i dont talk fast enough #fypシ #fypage #fyp #foryou #foryourpage #never ♬ FEEL THE GROOVE - Queens Road, Fabian Graetz 'Number one, I'm never going to someone's house I just met,' she says. 'Too many stories of people getting abducted and assaulted. 'Number two, I'm probably never gonna be a solo traveller because I've seen too many stories about people getting killed...
    Christopher Kesel considers himself a rocker, a man with a deeper connection to Pink Floyd than Giuseppe Verdi. But as he crafted his career over the years, Kesel learned there’s one important difference between classic rock and opera: Puccini pays the bills. There are many ways to be an artist. You can paint. You can sculpt. Or you can do what Kesel does. Opera San José’s scene shop supervisor and properties artisan paints, sculpts and helps craft the elaborate world — the palazzos of Tosca’s Rome and the garrets of Mimi’s bohemian Paris — that bring an opera to life. And he works alongside his wife, Lori Scheper-Kesel, who has been the company’s properties master and scenic charge artist for more than a decade. Kesel came to California in 1999 from upstate New York, following his wife as she worked at Shakespeare Santa Cruz’s summer festivals as a props mistress. Their shared artistic talents and his knowledge of carpentry contributed to a variety of Bay Area productions over those summers and eventually landed them at the now-defunct San Jose Repertory...
    REMOTE work is here to stay for thousands of businesses and millions of Americans. While many workers returned to the office as pandemic restrictions were lifted, as of April 7.7% of Americans still worked from home full time, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). 1Working from home is convenient for many Americans, but can come with major charges on your energy billl Including workers with a hybrid remote and in-office schedule, nearly half of employees have the flexibility to work from home, according to Gallup. Remote work is attractive for a number of reasons, including the fact that it can help you cut costs in many areas. Working from home allows people to save money on expenses like commuting, office attire, lunch, and more. However, your home office is hurting your wallet through one bill in particular. READ MORE ON ENERGY BILLSIN FOR A SHOCK Every 'vampire appliance' adding $100s to your energy bill & worst offenderBEAT THE HEAT I'm an energy expert - four easy tips to stay cool & save in hot...
    A WOMAN who works as a bottle girl in a posh club in London has revealed the types of comments she always hears when working. TikTok has become the home to what feels like thousands of viral trends which have seen millions taking part in. 5The video has taken the internet by storm, with more than 213,000 views in just three daysCredit: TikTok / @amberhaxx 5Amber claimed that posh old men would usually tell her she's too pretty to be working at the clubCredit: Getty Amongst them is Amber Hardman, a blonde stunner who works as a bottle girl in a club in Mayfair, London. She took it to the social media giant and revealed what comments she hears on a regular basis. In a clip, which has since gone viral, racking up more than 213,000 views in just three days, Amber had inserted a snap of herself rocking a little lacy number posing for the camera. Along read text ''POV- your a bottle girl in a Mayfair club [sic]''. read more real life storiesSPARKING DEBATE I put chocolate spread...
    IT was heartbreaking to ­read the reports in yesterday’s Sun of people battered by spiralling costs. But sadly they are all-too-familiar concerns as we face the worst cost-of-living crisis many of us have ever known. 3We are facing a tsunami of hard-working people unable to pay their bills — whether it is food, energy or other essential costs which keep rising and rising 3It was heartbreaking to ­read the reports in yesterday’s Sun of people battered by costs Just the other day I was ­sitting in a cafe in my constituency, Harlow, chatting to the staff when one of them told me she was working SEVEN days a week just to make ends meet. Without those extra hours she would not be able to pay her energy bills, she said. And, of course, that workload is not just affecting her finances — it is also damaging her quality of life because she cannot spend time with her ­family. We are facing a tsunami of hard-working people unable to pay their bills — whether it is food, energy or other essential...
    SOFT plays are havens for countless parents, all seeking the comfort of a cup of coffee while their children let off some steam. But for those who work there, they are less places of peace, and more ones filled with chaos and countless questions. 3Ebonie Fletcher took to TikTok to explain the things she hated about working in a soft play centreCredit: Tik Tok 3Ebonie hates it when parents lose their kids in the play frame and ask her to find themCredit: Getty Ebonie Fletcher took to TikTok to share a video revealing "things I get asked working in a  soft play". One question she faces all the time is: "I’ve lost my child in the play frame, can you go look for him/her?" But Ebonie is adamant that the parent should go after their child, answering: "No I’m not a babysitter, you go." She's also frequently asked whether or not adults are allowed in the frames and on the play equipment. Read more Real Life stories OH BABY I'm a sleep expert and my simple guide...
    SHE gets access to all the latest movies and unlimited popcorn. But there are several massive downsides to working in a cinema, including having to tell people multiple times a day that they "can't record in here". 2A TikTok user has gone viral after opening up about the downsides of working in the cinemaCredit: Tik Tok/ hazaroonie 2She insisted she's not a fan of kids throwing popcorn or teens getting spicy in her screensCredit: Tik Tok/ hazaroonie One woman took to TikTok to reveal the situations she gets sick of sorting out as a cinema employee. "Working at the cinema (I do love my job)," she wrote. As well as telling people off for trying to record the movies, she also has to regularly deal with kids throwing popcorn at the screen and teenager getting "spicy" in front of her. Following her video, which has been viewed over 40,000 times, people took to the comments section...
    More On: shanna moakler Shanna Moakler unfollows boyfriend Matthew Rondeau after ‘Big Brother’ exit Shanna Moakler’s boyfriend gets cryptic on why he deleted her from Instagram Shanna Moakler’s boyfriend reconsiders proposal after she flirts with Lamar Odom Teddi Mellencamp claims Shanna Moakler’s boyfriend slid into her DMs Maybe Shanna Moakler will get her happy ending after all. The former Playboy model said she and boyfriend Matthew Rondeau are “working on things” following her eviction from the “Celebrity Big Brother” house when she found out her relationship was in trouble. “I haven’t seen anything. I haven’t seen all the headlines or social media so I’m not 100 percent what’s going on but, yes, he’s the first person I got to see and it was amazing,” she told TooFab when asked about their headline-making troubles. “We’re working on things and just moving forward the best that we can,” she added. While Moakler, 46, was isolated from the world, Rondeau, 29, erased all photos of her and unfollowed her on Instagram allegedly because of her growing bond with housemate Lamar Odom. When...
    When in Rome, act as the Romans do. That phrase applies to any other country — in this article, Norway. Have you come looking for a job in Norway? The name, Norway, does not imply that there is no way. On the contrary, the way is wide open. Norway has one of the most attractive labour force and employment rates.  You can check out NorskeAnmeldelser for information concerning jobs in Norway such as using the online platform Fiverr as a freelancer.  When people hear of Norway, they often imagine things from old Scandinavia, but Norway has come a long way. With paternity leaves for men, and an unemployment rate below 5% (as of the third quarter of 2021), it is no surprise that Norway is becoming the jobber’s paradise. If you are one of those people who have now turned eyes to Norway, and dream of working in the country, then there are things you need to know.  In this article, we will look at five things you need to know about working in Norway.  English May Be Widely...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I think my personal trainer is taking things way too far. Harriette Cole  I don’t appreciate the way he talks to me in our workouts when I feel too tired to continue. I think there’s a fine line between being motivational and being pushy and harsh, and he crosses it every time. Should I find a new trainer, or am I just being sensitive? Harsh Trainer DEAR HARSH TRAINER: There are many trainers in the world — not just this one. The goal in working with a trainer is not for you to be shamed into working harder; you should be inspired to push ahead. It really doesn’t matter if your reaction is a sign of sensitivity or not. Even if you are super-sensitive, you deserve to work with a trainer who understands that and who is willing to figure out how to work with you to get you to push harder. It would be different if you were in a class with many people so that the harshness isn’t individualized. But the whole point of working one-on-one...
    I worked at a few different locations at Disney World. Kayleigh Price I left my job at Disney World after two years, and there are things I do and don't miss about it. I loved helping guests celebrate special moments and the discounts and perks that came with the job. I definitely don't miss the rainy Florida weather or being on my feet all day every day.  Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I worked at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, for two years, and it was a total dream come true.  I often fondly look back at things that made it so special, but like with any job, there are also some things I'm glad to be done with. Read on for the top things I miss and don't miss about working at Disney World. It was a pleasure making kids'...
    Apple is reportedly working on a new payment feature called 'Apple Pay Later' that will let users pay for purchases at a later date.  Apple Pay Later will be available for purchases made at either retail or online stores, Bloomberg reports, citing insiders 'with knowledge of the matter'.  The feature would let Apple Pay users split their payments into four interest-free installments, or across several months with interest, according to Bloomberg.  There's no official word from Apple regarding if the product is actually in development on when it would be released.   It sounds similar to Klarna, which was founded in 2005 and encourages users to 'Shop Like A Queen' in adverts. Other 'buy now, pay later' (BNPL) providers include Clearpay, Laybuy, Affirm, Afterpay and even e-commerce giant PayPal, which lets users pay in four installments.   According to Reuters, Bloomberg's report has dragged down shares of other companies in the BNPL sector, including Afterpay and Sezzle.     Apple is reportedly working on Apple Pay Later to help encourage sales. The feature would be available through Apple Pay, it digital wallet through which users can pay with...
    It sounds like everyone involved with “Stranger Things” is doing their best to get season four out as quickly as possible. Right now, nobody has any idea when new episodes will arrive, but we do know that production is underway on the newest season of the hit Netflix show. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) In fact, filming is even expected to be wrapped up by the end of summer.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Stranger Things (@strangerthingstv) The official Twitter account for the hit show wants fans to know everyone is doing what they can to finish in a timely manner. “In all honesty, everyone has been working their b*tts off and a half to get it out ASAP. Really truly,” the writers tweeted. In all honesty, everyone has been working their b*tts off and a half to get it out ASAP. Really truly. — stranger writers (@strangerwriters) July 5, 2021 I think I speak for everyone when I say all the fans appreciate the...
    More On: stranger things The 10 best streaming TV shows to tune into for music The new ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 teaser has dropped – and someone’s in danger Actor in ‘Stranger Things’ drive-in show reportedly suing over unsafe working conditions Inside the actual lab and ‘experiments’ that inspired ‘Stranger Things’ New Yorkers can soon experience the mystical Indiana of “Stranger Things” for themselves.  An “adventure experience” intended to immerse fans in the world of the hit Netflix show “Stranger Things” is coming to New York and San Francisco in spring 2022, a press release announced Tuesday.  The participatory event, which follows last year’s sold-out “Stranger Things” drive-in experience in Los Angeles, promises guests the opportunity to attempt escaping from the notorious parallel universe of the Upside Down themselves, explore various recreated “Stranger Things” locations and buy exclusive show merchandise. Explorable locales will include the show’s Scoops Ahoy sundae parlor and Palace Arcade, complete with a playable MADMAX game. Demogorgons will haunt guests throughout, the release notes, and there will be a heavy pour of the same 1980s nostalgia,...
    Actor Rob Riggle’s estranged wife Tiffany has made headlines after her husband accused her of planting cameras in his home and stealing money. According to TMZ, the "War with Grandpa" star, 51, found a camera in his home that allegedly contained a video of his wife installing the device without his knowledge and another of her counting money which he believes to have been stolen by her. The outlet reported, citing court docs, that Riggle was able to confirm he was being spied on when he launched a misinformation campaign and offered up false information that was making its way back to him via anonymous emails and texts – leading him to sweep his home. As their divorce gets stranger, here are five things to know about Tiffany Riggle: ROB RIGGLE ACCUSES ESTRANGED WIFE OF PLANTING HIDDEN CAMERA IN HIS HOME AND STEALING MONEY: REPORT She’s a designerAccording to Sotheby's, Tiffany is the founder of a design firm called Tickled Crow.  She previously worked for New York retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales as a fashion buyer.  In an...
    The exterior of a Cheesecake Factory. Damian Dovarganes/AP I worked at The Cheesecake Factory for a few months in 2014 on the recommendation of a friend. The training was rigorous, hours were long, and company's corporate policies were overwhelming. The food was made fresh daily, the money was good, & my coworkers were passionate about their jobs. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, I was a young, single woman growing my career as a freelancer in Austin. At the time, I was writing for free and paying my bills with various odd jobs like delivering groceries, working as a contract employee at a casting office, and, of course, waiting tables. I'd worked for a couple of years at a small, locally-owned restaurant but business was slowing down, and I needed a more consistent flow of income from my serving job. A friend of mine had worked at The Cheesecake Factory for almost 10 years and raved about it. He said the money was great, the culture of the company awesome, and that the...
    Gaten Matarazzo may be in full disguise when he's bussing tables at a Jersey Shore restaurant, but he's still getting recognized. The "Stranger Things" star, 18, revealed on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" this week how he began working at an undisclosed restaurant over the summer when he got a little too good at a video game. When he first started, Matarazzo was fully incognito, "which was fun," he told the late night host. The teen tucked all of his hair into a hat and had a sleeve-type face mask that covered his face so that only his eyes were showing, he said. "And people still recognized me," said Matarazzo, noting he would change his voice and quickly drop the food.  "People would just look at me, squint and be like, are you Gaten Matarazzo? Three year-olds. Like, toddler people." While it's not exactly clear where the teen is working, The Inquirer suggested it could be Bird & Betty's in Beach Haven, where many of his family members work. "People who don't speak most words will look at me...
    JENNIFER Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have "reunited" in the Dominican Republic after the couple claimed they're just "working through some thing." The reunion comes following rumors that A-list couple called off their engagement on Friday. 10ARod and JLo recently 'reunited' in the Dominican RepublicCredit: EPA 10The reunion comes following rumors that they split The Blast reported that Alex, 46, flew to the Dominican Republic to visit Jennifer, 51, on set of her new movie Shotgun Wedding. The former New York Yankees player shared clips of himself on a private jet as he flew to visit Jennifer in his Instagram Story on Monday. Speaking of their reunion, a source exclusively told PEOPLE: "Alex flew to the Dominican Republic yesterday. "Jennifer was excited to see him in person. They are really trying to figure things out." The insider added: "It was a happy reunion." 10ARod shared videos of himself traveling on the private jetCredit: Getty 10JLo recently slammed the breakup rumors as 'dumb'Credit: AP Following reports that the famous pair had called off their engagement late last week, they were forced to deny...
    Jennifer Lopez broke her silence on Instagram Sunday morning after reports surfaced that her relationship with Alex Rodriguez had ended Friday. The 51-year-old entertainer shared a video compilation of a few iconic looks from the last year set to the song Pretty B**** Freestyle by Saweetie. Toward the end of the video, a few headlines of the end of her relationship to the former professional baseball player flashed across the screen while the lyrics 'I ain't worried 'bout a blog or a b****' played in the background.  Wow: Jennifer Lopez broke her silence on Instagram Sunday morning after reports surfaced that her relationship with Alex Rodriguez had ended Friday Jennifer's incredible curves were on display in a sparkling purple bikini as she soaked up the sun on the beach. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Southern Charm's Madison LeCroy ignores Jennifer Lopez and... Jennifer Lopez gets closer to pal Lenny Kravitz as they film... Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly enjoy a late night out with... Dolph Lundgren, 63, steps out for...
    ALEX Rodriguez was spotted for the first time since news broke that he’d split from his fiance Jennifer Lopez after four years together. The former baseball player, 45, was seen on a solo outing in Miami, Florida on Saturday, shortly after the couple insisted they haven’t completely broken up and are “working through things.” 10Alex Rodrigeuz was spotted heading to a Miami gym on SaturdayCredit: Mega/Backgrid 10He was solo for his weekend workoutCredit: Mega/Backgrid ARod, who has often been seen getting his workouts in alongside JLo, was all by himself for his training this weekend. He pulled up to the gym in a shiny white car, sporting an all-black ensemble. Making his way into the building, he wore a stretchy workout T-shirt, baggy pants, black-and-white sneakers, a pair of sunglasses, and a face mask. He held onto a bottle of water in one hand and his phone in the other, appearing to be in good spirits as he slightly waved for a couple of the shots. 10This was Alex's first outing since news broke of his split from fiance Jennifer...
    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 19: (L-R) Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Loading the player... According to a new report from PEOPLE, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have not officially called off their engagement despite multiple reports claiming otherwise. The couple provided the outlet with a statement confirming they are indeed still together. Additional sources added that Lopez and Rodriguez claimed to have never broken up in the first place. Read More: Jennifer Lopez slammed for calling herself a ‘Black girl from the Bronx’ “We are working through some things,” they said in a joint statement issued to PEOPLE. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 19: (L-R) Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) “They never officially broke up and talked about it, but are still together. They hit a rough patch. But...
    16 Geode and Agate Kitchen Gifts So Luxe Looking, You Wont Believe the Price Tags Knicks vs. Thunder odds, line, spread: 2021 NBA picks, March 13 predictions from proven computer model © Provided by INSIDER Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are still together. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP A source told People that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez didn't actually break up yesterday. A source told PageSix that the couple broke up on March 12, ending their two-year engagement. Both sources said that Lopez is filming in the Dominican Republic and Rodriguez is in Miami. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After a source told PageSix that engaged couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez split up on Friday, a source told People that they did not break up. "We are working through some things," Lopez and Rodriguez said in a statement obtained by People. People reported that the couple is struggling with seeing each other since Rodriguez is living in Miami while Lopez is filming a movie in the Dominican Republic, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. "They...
    LOS ANGELES -- Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez say they are still together.The couple released a statement to CNN Saturday morning through their representative clarifying that they remain in a relationship and are "working through some things."The statement comes after CNN, citing a source close to the couple, and other news organizations reported Friday that the couple had broken up.Rodriguez and Lopez have been in a relationship since 2017.A representative for the couple says they are still engaged.It will be the fourth marriage for Lopez, who divorced singer Marc Anthony in 2014, and the second for Rodriguez, who has been divorced since 2008.The video in the media player above was used in a previous report.The-CNN-Wire ™ & © 2020 Cable News Network, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company. All rights reserved.
    Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are still together. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP A source told People that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez didn't actually break up yesterday. A source told PageSix that the couple broke up on March 12, ending their two-year engagement. Both sources said that Lopez is filming in the Dominican Republic and Rodriguez is in Miami. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After a source told PageSix that engaged couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez split up on Friday, a source told People that they did not break up.  "We are working through some things," Lopez and Rodriguez said in a statement obtained by People. People reported that the couple is struggling with seeing each other since Rodriguez is living in Miami while Lopez is filming a movie in the Dominican Republic, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. "They hit a rough patch but were not broken up," someone who was close to the couple told People.  On March 12, PageSix reported that the couple had split, ending their two-year engagement. TMZ, E! News, and People confirmed...
    (CNN)Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez say they are still together.The couple released a statement to CNN Saturday morning through their representative clarifying that they remain in a relationship and are "working through some things."The statement comes after CNN, citing a source close to the couple, and other news organizations reported Friday that the couple had broken up.Rodriguez and Lopez have been in a relationship since 2017.A representative for the couple says they are still engaged.Read MoreIt will be the fourth marriage for Lopez, who divorced singer Marc Anthony in 2014, and the second for Rodriguez, who has been divorced since 2008.
    JLO and ARod have not broken up, and reports of a split have been exaggerated as the famous couple is fighting to stay together. TMZ reports that reps for both stars said that reports circulated widely on Friday, that the couple had split and called off their wedding, were untrue. 1JLo and ARod haven't split, according to a new reportCredit: Getty Images - Getty "All reports are inaccurate," TMZ reports the couple saying. "We are working through some things." The outlet also reported that contrary to news that broke on Friday about a third party being involved in the breakup, that is not the case either. Most read in Entertainment'FIND A REASON TO SMILE'JLo shares bizarre montage one day before split with ARodExclusiveJLO BLOWSouthern Charm's Madison 'furious shady ARod never owned up to fling' before splitTROUBLE BREWINGThe Talk 'under internal review' after Sharon Osbourne backs Piers MorganJENELLE'S REALITYTeen Mom's Jenelle hits back at troll who told her & David to get jobsSHOULDER TO CRY ONJLo posts sweet photo of ex Marc Anthony just hours before ARod splitKHLO SAYS NOKhloe...
    Union: Many Capitol Police officers want to retire or leave after riot Cattle stranded on ship to be destroyed in port as second vessel returns to Spain Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Getty Images A popular retirement guideline suggests retirees need 80% of their preretirement income to make ends meet, and some experts encourage saving even more to avoid running out of money. Facing such daunting goals, 53% of preretirees say they plan on working past age 65 to ensure that they have enough money, according to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. But the 80% rule isn’t for everybody, and it may lead to inflated savings goals that cause undue anxiety as you plan for retirement. Consumer spending actually decreases -- significantly -- as you age. Data...
    Netflix is facing its first lawsuit from an actor who claims working conditions on its live attraction in Los Angeles didn’t adequately protect him and others from the coronavirus.  Despite the pandemic leading to production closures and making live experiences all but a thing of the past, lawsuits brought over working conditions in the time of the coronavirus have not been as widespread as one might think.  According to The Hollywood Reporter, though, that all changed on Jan. 15 when Timothy Hearl brought litigation against his employers over working conditions on Netflix’s live attraction "Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience." Debuting in October, the attraction allows guests to move from station to station in a parking lot while actors recreate scenes from the popular Netflix Original’s third season. The streaming giant co-produces the show alongside Secret Cinema and Empyrean Production Services. 'STRANGER THINGS' STAR NATALIA DYER SAYS MEDIA IS 'OVERSEXUALIZING' YOUNG CAST MEMBERS An employee at Netflix's 'Stranger Things' live attraction in Los Angeles is suing the streaming giant over COVID-19 working conditions. (Netflix) According to his lawsuit, Hearl spoke up...
    An actor, who played a Demogorgon in a live-action rendition of Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” is suing the streaming service giant and others claiming he faced unsafe working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report. Timothy Hearl played the alternate dimension monster in “Stranger Things: The Drive Into Experience” in Los Angeles, which recreated scenes from the third season of the show and runs from October through March, according to a report by the Daily Mail. Hearl complained in emails to work that he was worried about getting COVID-19 during indoor rehearsals of the show — which got relegated to playing a part in a hazmat suit, the outlet reported citing his Jan. 15 L.A. Superior Court suit. And further, Hearl voiced concerns that he and others started feeling sick and had difficulty breathing from possible carbon monoxide poisoning because of the car exhaust in the enclosed parking where the productions took place, the news site reported. And Hearl also almost got hit by a car on set in November, the report said. The poster for “Stranger Things: The...
    President Joe Biden has addressed food and income insecurity as Americans continue to suffer during the pandemic. In just a few short days in office, President Joe Biden signed a wave of executive orders that help American workers and their families in a number of ways. Immediately after his inauguration on Jan. 20, Biden worked on adopting other legislation that will help workers during the pandemic as well. 1. He extended a freeze on repayments of student loans. On Jan. 20, Biden signed an executive order instructing the Department of Education to extend a freeze on federal student loan payments for at least another eight months.
    Move over, Pfizer and Moderna. You won’t be the only games in town too much longer. COVID-19 has existed for barely more than a year, but 64 vaccines are in clinical development and another 173 in preclinical development worldwide nonetheless, according to the World Health Organization. Dozens of hopefuls are in clinical trials in the U.S., including several by California researchers. But the two inching closest to the finish line here — by Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson — could win emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as soon as this spring, which would instantly increase supply and deliver a much-needed jolt to the nation’s maddeningly sluggish mass vaccination campaign. Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center investigational pharmacy technician Sara Berech prepares a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for a clinical trial on December 15, 2020 in Aurora, Colorado. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be submitted for emergency use by late January and is the only vaccine among leading candidates given as a single dose. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)  “In science,...
    N.Y. Post: Charles Wenzelberg Merry Metsmas! With Christmas a few days away, special guest Pete Alonso, the face of the Mets, joins us for a 40-minute conversation. And with the Mets seemingly interested in many free agents, what better time to talk offseason and what moves may come next for Steve Cohen’s team on a brand new episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with Nelson Figueroa and me. Amazin’ But True Opening Segment with Jake & Figgie: Figgie followed through and followed me back on Twitter on the eighth night of Hanukkah as he said he would. Reactions to James McCann, Trevor May and what the Mets have done so far this offseason. Mets Christmas wish list: George Springer? Trevor Bauer? DJ LeMahieu? Whom should the Mets be targeting and whom do we hope they sign? Pete Alonso Interview:Mets first baseman, 2019 MLB Home Run Leader, 2019 NL Rookie of the Year How his offseason is going, what he’s working on to get better. Dom Smith and...
    WHEN author of Come and sex worker Rita Therese first started stripping, she couldn’t believe the hypocritical comments men made. “When I first started as a Bar Bunny, the idea of not having a bra on shocked me. Within a few weeks I barely noticed I was topless. 3Rita Therese worked as a stripper in Australia Credit: instagram.com/rita_therese__ At Bar Bunnies, we had toppies (topless waitresses) and strippers (the show girls). At a stag's party, it was usually the same deal – you’d have a couple of toppies for two to three hours, and then the stripper would show up. The first time I ever saw a show, I was blown away. Strip shows usually go like this. The girl struts in, in her Juicy Couture sweatpants, accompanied by a big dude clutching a blow-up paddling pool and an AUX cable. 3She has shared her experiences in a new book, and revealed what working there taught her about menCredit: instagram.com/rita_therese__ She disappears into the bathroom. The guys round each other up, with somebody yelling, “The stripper’s here!” a la Pauly...
    Tom Brady discusses his relationship with Bruce Arians Mariah Carey hilariously shades fans ornament tribute, more news These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/30 SLIDES © PhotoAttractive / Getty Images As of March 5, 46% of organizations had implemented a work-from-home policy because of the COVID-19 epidemic, according to Willis Towers Watson — a percentage that has almost certainly increased since then as experts have advised people to social distance as much as possible. Many workers already have experience...
    She may be the future Queen, but Kate Middleton has a 'normal life' like 'any busy working mum', a friend has claimed.  Speaking to People magazine, a source said the Duchess of Cambridge, 38,  runs a busy family home, with her children  - Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two - 'running around and knocking things over; with 'no air and graces'. 'When you see her behind closed doors with the children, she's a very confident mum, and she's no pushover. The children get told off if they act up,' the source said.   Kate Middleton has a 'normal life' like 'any busy working mum' a friend has claimed. She is pictured last week in a virtual message to the British sailing team  And despite often being pictured at glamorous events in stunning dresses with a well-coiffed 'do, the royal has her hair tied up in a ponytail and is often in gym clothes, trainers and very little make-up on the school run. The source added Kate is often apologising for being late, and helps her children...
    HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) – The picture captured just a fraction of the heartache experienced by medical staff and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, now a Texas doctor is talking about the isolation of his elderly patients and asking, in fact pleading, with people to “do the basic things” to avoid infection and stay out of hospital. Dr. Joseph Varon was captured on film cradling a distraught COVID-19 patient on Thanksgiving. The elderly gray-haired patient buried his head in the arms and chest of the doctor, who was covered from head-to-toe in PPE. Hospitalizations from COVID-19 reached another record high across the U.S. Monday, with officials across several states expressing concern that health care facilities would be overwhelmed. By November 30 Dr. Varon, chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, said he had worked for 256 days nonstop in the pandemic so far and was frustrated by the increasing numbers of people being hospitalized. Varon described the desperation of COVID-19 patients on his wards, who he said were battling isolation as well as the virus. The man he had...
    Nearly three in four Americans said working from home has increased their sense of “digital overload,” according to new research. The survey of 2,000 Americans working from home found since messaging, email and video chat are now the primary ways they communicate, 73 percent of workers are more digitally connected than ever – but six in 10 said they’re less productive. Sixty-six percent of respondents blamed their diminished productivity on the people they live with, while 62 percent cited distractions in and around their home workspace and 40 percent said it’s because they just don’t have the right tools. SWNS Speaking of tools, while 74 percent of workers polled said they now spend the majority of their day looking at a screen, over half of respondents said they are now more likely to reach for paper and pen during the workday. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of the Paper and Packaging Board, the survey examined remote employees’ biggest challenges, as well as the workspace upgrades they’ve made since working from home and those that they still miss from the office....
    When Sartre said hell is other people, he wasn’t living through 2020. Right now, other people are the only thing between us and species collapse. Not just the people we occasionally encounter behind fugly masks—but the experts and innovators out in the world, leading the way. The 17-year-old hacker building his own coronavirus tracker. The Google AI wonk un-coding machine bias. A former IT guy helping his community thwart surveillance. There are people everywhere, in and out of the spotlight—in tech, science, food, culture, politics­—who aren’t deterred by disaster. Their wish: to make things better for all of us. Sounds like heaven. —The Editors This feature appears in the October 2020 issue. Subscribe to WIRED. Lisa PiccirilloAssistant professor, MIT; solver of the Conway Knot Piccirillo untangled the 50-year-old Conway knot in a single week, working on the mathematical challenge in the evening as self-assigned homework. She’s now been published in the prestigious Annals of Mathematics and has landed a tenure-track position at MIT. Her hobbies: Woodworking ’70s-era Japanese motorcycles Her favorite podcast: 99% Invisible “There’s this idea that...
    Carlos Dunlap thought Bengals response to George Floyd was lacking The 4 States With the Biggest COVID Spikes Are Not Where Youd Expect 3 Things You Need to Know About Working and Collecting Social Security at the Same Time Social Security is a complex program with lots of intricate rules. The more you learn about it, the easier it'll be to make the most of your benefits. Social Security has specific rules when it comes to working and collecting benefits at the same time. Here are a few things you should know that might affect your plans. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Things You Need to Know About Working and Collecting Social Security at the Same Time 1. You're allowed to do it One big misconception about Social Security is that you can only claim benefits once you stop working. Not so. You are allowed to hold down a job and collect benefits at the same time, but whether you get to keep those benefits in full depends on your age and the amount of money you...
    Dessy Joseph went viral on TikTok after spilling her "secrets" about working at McDonald's. Jonathan Brady/Getty Images/Dessy Joseph In July, makeup artist Dessy Joseph filmed a TikTok video where she shared her "secrets" from working at McDonald's. The 26-year-old's video went viral, racking up millions of views and hundreds of thousands of subscribers.  Since then, Joseph has filmed over 30 videos about her time at the chain. Joseph reminds her viewers that her information comes from her personal experience at a franchise and that she cannot speak to corporate policies or practices at other restaurants.  Some of her tips include avoiding the caramel sundae, how to ask for substitutions, and more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dessy Joseph, a makeup artist from Brooklyn, wants to share her McDonald's secrets with you. The 26-year-old went viral on TikTok in July after revealing the "inside information" she gathered while working at the chain (she later told Insider she worked as a cashier at a McDonald's franchise from 2013 to 2014). One month, 500,000 followers, and over 30 videos...
    "Stranger Things" might be on hold, but star Gaten Matarazzo still has work. The 17-year-old actor -- who plays Dustin Henderson on the hit Netflix show -- landed a gig as a food runner at a Long Beach Island restaurant alongside family members, several media outlets report. The Little Egg Harbor native was recognized by fans, despite wearing PPE during his shifts, according to the Hollywood Reporter. While it's not exactly clear where the teen is working, The Inquirer suggested it could be Bird & Betty's in Beach Haven, as his family members work there and his band played there last summer. View this post on Instagram Happy 4th of July!! ????????????#season3 A post shared by Gaten Matarazzo (@gatenm123) on Jul 4, 2019 at 11:36am PDT
    Stranger Things catapulted its young stars to international fame, but one of them is definitely still a down-to-earth guy. Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) has taken a summer job at a restaurant in New Jersey, working alongside some of his family. Hide Matarazzo was apparently spotted by fans running food at the restaurant, wearing (of course) a mask. Sometimes this kind of story feels like a publicity stunt, but given the fact that Matarazzo is working with his family and the restaurant wasn’t named, it sounds like he’s just keeping busy between seasons of Stranger Things. His reps did confirm to the Hollywood Reporter that it’s him, so this isn’t a case of mistaken identity. Hide Stranger Things began filming season 4 in February but was shut down in March due to COVID-19. Production hasn’t restarted yet, so the show is unlikely to return before 2021. Several of the other Stranger Things stars have big projects in the works, or due to come out soon. David Harbour is in the Black Widow movie, Finn Wolfhard is in the new Ghostbusters reboot, Charlie Heaton...
    “Stranger Things” star Gaten Matarazzo has a summer job at a local restaurant in New Jersey! The Netflix star is working as a food runner at a Long Beach Island restaurant amid production delays, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed with the actor’s rep. Matarazzo, 17, reportedly took on the gig alongside his family members. NETFLIX RESPONDS TO 'STRANGER THINGS' LAWSUIT ALLEGING DUFFER BROTHERS STOLE THE SHOW'S CONCEPT Gaten Matarazzo attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium  (Rich Fury/Getty Images) Despite wearing a hat and a mask on his shifts, fans have noticed the “Stranger Things” star, the outlet stated. Matarazzo’s summer job comes months after the Netflix series halted production in March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The cast had just begun filming season four. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “Stranger Things” writers confirmed in June that the script for the latest season has officially been completed. Sources previously told THR, the Netflix sci-fi is expected to return to filming on Sept. 17.
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