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How to Deal With a Bully at Work

How to Deal With a Bully at Work

Bullying is not just for kids. It’s alive and well in the American workplace — from cubicles to the boardroom. Almost 30 percent of us are targeted by bullies at some time during our working years, according to Dr. Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik, a professor at North Dakota State University in Fargo and the author of “Adult…

Your Favorite Pizza Reveals Your Personality

Your Favorite Pizza Reveals Your Personality

No matter how you slice it, your favorite pizza puts you under a microscope. “It’s all in the toppings,” says Brandon Wills, a psychologist and longtime pizza lover. “Pepperoni, sausage, broccoli, you name it — whatever you like to see peeking through the cheese and tomato sauce tells the world what kind of person you…

Don’t Say These Catch Phrases…Anymore

Don't Say These Catch Phrases...Anymore

Catch phrases you should quit saying according to Men’s Health: “I meant to…” Translation: “I thought of you, and then immediately thought of something better.” It’s not always the thought that counts. “I’m sorry you feel that way.” An apology doesn’t need to be long or repetitious. You just need to mean it, and to…

Best and Worst Cities for Jobs

Best and Worst Cities for Jobs

With “get a better job” being one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions in the U.S., the unemployment rate dropping to its lowest since 2007 and employers expecting to hire nearly 6 percent more college graduates from the Class of 2017 than they did from the previous graduating class, WalletHub conducted an analysis of…

10 Banned Words for 2017

10 Banned Words for 2017

What do “post-truth,” “guesstimate” and “831” have in common? They should all be banned. Or, so say the guardians of the English language, whose day jobs are at Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. This group annually takes on the role of word police by collecting a list of words and phrases…

Our 5 Biggest Fears

Our 5 Biggest Fears

Our greatest fear is being in a plane crash, according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive. The top five things we fear the most: Being in a plane crash, 16 percent Snake bites, 13 percent Being hit by lightning, 5 percent Getting a disease, 5 percent A shark attack, 4 percent

5 Cars Repairs You Shouldn’t Quit

5 Cars Repairs You Shouldn't Quit

We often don’t think about maintenance on our vehicles until something is wrong. But keeping your car in top running condition is vital. Angie’s List went to highly-rated auto repair professionals for the five auto service items you shouldn’t skip out on. Oil Changes Oil is the engine’s blood, and is critical to a car’s…

5 Ways to Cut 500 Calories from You Diet

5 Ways to Cut 500 Calories from You Diet

If you cut 500 calories a day from your diet, you will lose weight. Here’s an easy way to do just that without changing anything about the foods and drinks you consume: Eat smaller portions. Prevention magazine calls portion control “the gold standard if you want to lose weight.” Gareth Hollands, a Cambridge University medical…

Illegal Interview Questions

Illegal Interview Questions

Job seekers may think they’re the only ones sweating the job interview — afraid they’ll say the wrong thing or answer inappropriately — but hiring managers are under just as much pressure. There are a number of questions interviewers are legally not allowed to ask, but sometimes the parameters are not clear. For example, in…

The 12 Worst Driving Habits

The 12 Worst Driving Habits

You’re sitting at a red light, second in line. The light turns green. The car in front of you doesn’t move, and you can see the driver’s head is facing down. He’s texting and doesn’t notice it’s time to go until you honk. “The Texter” has been named the worst driving behavior — for the…

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