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    JUST in time for the weekend, a TikTok influencer sorted out the latest Aldi items to check out, including one to avoid. It appears others agreed and gave some reviews on her food finds, too. 13Sarah, who goes by Aldiallthetime on TikTok, shares her weekly findsCredit: TikTok-Aldiallthetime Sarah, who goes by Aldiallthetime on TikTok, shared with her 182,000 followers her top list of the latest food and home deals at Aldi. Some of the items she tried and some she asked her followers to comment. She received lots of feedback to help consumers do some smart shopping. A few fellow TikTokers told Sarah they couldn't find some items she featured. Read more on AldiFOOD FINDS I'm an Aldi shopper - I got a huge haul of groceries for just 25 cents eachFOOD FOR THOUGHT I'm an Aldi worker - here's a hack for getting high things off shelves Sarah said she shops at an Aldi in New Jersey. Here are Sarah's suggestions: 1. Cookie Dough Cafe 13Edible cookie dough in individual servingsCredit: TikTok-Aldiallthetime You can find this treat in the refrigerated section....
    A SURVEY of American exercise habits shows the average person has tried five different workout routines in the past two years – and is less likely to ditch their workout if they have a cheerleader. The poll, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Zhou Nutrition, surveyed 2,000 general population adults about their exercise habits and goals. 4Two-thirds of Americans would be more likely to work out with a partnerCredit: Getty 4Americans work out at home, and alone, more frequently todayCredit: Getty One in three Americans is unsatisfied with the amount of exercise they get. FLYING SOLO That may be because they're going it alone. About two-thirds (65%) of respondents said they’d be more willing to work out if they had someone there to support them. However, one-third of Americans work out alone more frequently than they did prior to March 2020. Over half of the respondents, 56 percent, said they prefer group workouts, including 27 percent who prefer to exercise with others. READ MORE ABOUT FITNESSHOME GYM The best at home workout apps to keep you fit if you don't want...
    (CNN)You shouldn't be the only one answering questions during a job interview. More from Success Employers are preparing for big pay raises in 2022 5 mistakes to avoid if you have to lay off employees remotely Job seekers have so much leverage in this labor market, they're ghosting employers While you want to showcase why you are the best candidate for the position, you also want to learn as much as you can about what it's really like to work there. And that means going beyond benefits like vacation days and retirement plans, and considering things like the company's culture, manager expectations, job satisfaction and development, and work-life balance. And those intangible benefits can be harder to suss out."It is much harder to flesh out and ascertain in a definitive way whether or not you are a good fit and match for that organization, position, manager or team that you could potentially be joining," said Aimee Cohen, executive coach and president of ON Point Next Level Leadership.Here are some questions to ask during the interview process that can help reveal...
    TWIDDLING your thumbs in the office this morning? We’ve got just the thing to while away the hours. A viral puzzle is challenging the web to work out how many ducks are in this image - and it’s not as easy as you might think. 2How many ducks can you spot in this tricky brainteaser?Credit: Twitter Shared on Twitter by user Daniel Newman, at first glance the image appears to show just nine duck emojis. However, look closer and you may be able to spot a few more mallards nestled in the image, but how many can you spot? The puzzle has proven quite the challenge for fellow puzzlers who have been left baffled by the brainteaser. “I gave up trying to count,” wrote one, while another added, “It’s making my eyes go funny!” Still struggling to identify all the ducks? Scroll down for the reveal. There are actually a total of 16 ducks, as Twitter user Kait Julia. Most read in LifestyleTHE MOPE SHOW Harry 'miserable' as new life in US 'far from what he hoped for' says expertSWEEP...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A woman recently got an alert on her phone about a shooting just steps outside her door in the South Shore community, and even saw the police activity out her window. Hours later, she discovered the victim was her own brother – and a mentor in the community. READ MORE: After Witnessing Shooting On West Side, Wicker Park Woman Says Her Family No Longer Feels Safe And Is Moving From The CityOliver William McCall Jr. was simply walking when he became caught in the path of rapid gunfire. Late Thursday, police were trying to determine if an armed trio who crashed a stolen car was spooked when they opened fire on the off-duty security guard. Meanwhile, his family is searching for answers. “We are broken,” said Natasha McCall told CBS 2’s Jermont Terry. She could not hold the tears as reality set in. Her brother, Oliver, is no longer here. “It’s such a tremendous loss on every level, because he was a good man,” Natasha McCall said. Last Friday morning, Oliver McCall Jr.’s life ended when someone...
    Justin Lewis/Getty Images Your body and brain operate on a 24-hour cycle that affects your sleep, focus, and sociability. Understanding your biological pattern, or chronotype, can help you make the most of your workday. There are four main chronotypes: lions, bears, dolphins, and wolves. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Your circadian rhythm has to do with a lot more than just sleep. The internal clock that makes you tired at bedtime also affects your memory, focus, and sociability throughout the day. It dictates the rises and falls of your body temperature and hormone levels on a fairly predictable 24-hour cycle — and it's possible to plan your day around it. Mackenzie Sweeney, who goes by @the.productivity.coach on TikTok, wants to help people make the most of their time and energy with this cycle in mind. After suffering a traumatic brain injury seven years ago, she started researching productivity on a neurological level. She learned, from reading scientific studies of circadian rhythm, that there are four distinct patterns known as chronotypes. Each chronotype has its own peak...
    Jack Davis, The Western Journal April 25, 2021 0 Comments Employers who are desperate for workers are finding that even offering cash to simply apply may not be enough to tempt potential employees. “At this point, if we can’t keep our drive-thrus moving, then I’ll pay $50 for an interview,” said Blake Casper, who owns 60 McDonald’s restaurants in and around Tampa, Florida, according to Business Insider. He said he went with the idea after telling staff to “do whatever you need to do” to find workers. “The biggest challenge out there is the federal government and the state government are going to continue with this unemployment, because that is truly creating the incentive to not work right now,” he said. “And, how do you blame somebody? You can make more money on unemployment — and so, we’ve got to be at least above that.” The $50 bonus simply for applying did not produce much in the way of results. Regular checkin to how the labor market is right now… pic.twitter.com/pPq6zbCiah — Dan Nunn (@danyay) April 15, 2021 ...
    What's the work/life balance like in Antigua? 'Work hard, beach hard.' That's according to musician and videographer Louisa Cohen, who moved from London to the Caribbean paradise island for a few months during lockdown using a new company that takes all the heavy lifting out of the transition – Work Mango. It finds schools and properties for clients - and even screenshots a speed test of the Wi-Fi for them. What's the work/life balance like in Antigua? 'Work hard, beach hard.' That's according to musician Louisa Cohen, who moved from London to the Caribbean paradise island courtesy of relocation service Work Mango The relocation service operates in Antigua and Barbuda, and Barbados, and was founded by Ronald Mind, who 'took the plunge' in March 2020 and moved to Antigua with his family. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Britons' most-dreamed-about post-lockdown holiday... The perfect place for VIPs (... that's Very Important... Revealed: The 21 most wish-listed Airbnb homes for Britons... 'Haven't we learned anything about animal cruelty?' Frosty... ...
    A woman has revealed how to discover the best product for your hair type, by testing a strand of your hair in a glass of water to see if it floats. Chloe Amore Beatty, 21, from North Carolina, has become a social media sensation for revealing her hacks for natural hair care and showing  how to discover the four properties of hair. In one TikTok video, which has racked up more than 5.8 million views, Chloe reveals how to test for hair porosity - which has caused users to brand her a 'genius'. @chloeamorebeatty Push the plus sign for more info. On how to make your hair look longer and healthier #EasyRecipe #DailyVlog #hairhack #hairtutorial ♬ original sound - chloe beatty Chloe Amore Beatty, 21, from North Carolina has become a social media sensation for revealing her hacks for natural hair care and showing how to discover the four properties of hair. In one TikTok video, which has racked up more than 5.8 million views, Chloe reveals how to test for hair porosity - which has caused TikTok users...
    The workplace should be a harmonious place, since you stay there for several hours a day, the ideal is that the relationship you have with your colleagues is respectful, cordial and, if possible, friendly, that contributes to better performance and development. In the workplace, mobbing, workplace harassment, or workplace bullying can occur, which is the action of one or more people to produce fear or fear in another worker. It is exercised directly by some people and also by those who allow it. At work it is normal for there to be differences or disagreements with your colleagues, slight conflicts may also arise. Or, under pressure from work itself, pressure can be put on you. All this enters into a relative normality, but when it comes to harassment, intimidation and aggression, mobbing appears. Threats, shouting and exclusion are ways in which mobbing manifests itself. Photo: Pixabay. Mobbing consists of harassment or violent actions carried out against a person at work. It is common for the person to be attacked in this way to resign, or to provoke him...
    Daily Caller reporter Jorge Ventura joined Caity McDuffee to discuss recent restaurant restrictions in Los Angeles. Los Angeles county shutdown indoor and outdoor dining as of Nov. 25, allowing restaurants to only use takeout to feed customers. (RELATED: ‘It’s Time To Cancel Everything’: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Announces New Lockdown Measures) “One thing that I also just learned a lot, you know speaking to restaurant owners, is how everyday in the restaurant industry really counts,” Ventura said. Christian Nunez, the business owner of the restaurant Don Sals, told Ventura that he had to let go of employees right before Thanksgiving and Christmas. “I had to let everyone go, but I had to tell them a day before Thanksgiving that there’s no more work, a month before Christmas, that we might not even open by Christmas,” Nunes said. “So I had to tell them, people with families, people with kids, that they’re probably not going to have work.” Watch the full video to find out more about Ventura’s coverage of the protests outside Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house and to find...
    The gardeners at El Oasis Community Garden enjoyed a small victory earlier this month. Their move-out date was extended to October 18, giving them two more weeks to enjoy their garden’s bounty. It was a small reprieve from the bad news they’d learned from Denver Urban Gardens, which owns the land, less than a month earlier: two-thirds of El Oasis was under contract to be sold. The sale, brought about to cover the nonprofit’s outstanding debt, is meant to sustain the organization’s ability to provide for more than 180 other gardens it maintains around the city. Without the sale’s revenue, DUG could cease to exist. But once the land — sold in good faith to the nonprofit for $1 in 1988 — is developed, it cannot be replaced. “I find myself in a pickle,” says Denver City Councilwoman Amanda Sandoval, who’s been contacted by many of her constituents about the sale. “I understand. I’m empathetic to their concerns. … I wish we weren’t in this particular situation for all involved. I think it’s pitting neighbors against a nonprofit that does a...
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