Your usually well-behaved, socially acceptable offspring rapidly becomes a non-negotiating, tiny tyrant…
It’s no secret that many New Year’s resolutions fall to the wayside waaay before the new year is even an almost new year. There is a strategy behind achieving resolution success. From ABC News: The Science Behind Nailing Your New Year’s Resolutions
If you go through the ingredient list of the myriad cold remedies at your local pharmacy, you will notice that the only real difference is the color of the packaging. From The Atlantic: The Cold-Medicine Racket
Believe it or not, there is a good way and a bad way to blow your nose. And with cold and flu season nipping at our heels (and our noses), this information could prove to be priceless. From the Wall Street Journal: What’s the Best Way to Blow Your Nose?
If youth is wasted on the young, can we say the same thing about college? From the New York Times: College For Grown-Ups
Materialism gets such a bad rap (can you say, “Kardashians?”), but being attached to “stuff” can sometimes be a good thing. From The Atlantic: For the Love of Stuff
We’re not sure where colleges are getting their mailing lists these days, but it seems like they are digging really deep when they start sending recruitment letters to students that don’t even exist. From the New York Times: Colleges, Recruiting Even the Imaginary Students
The good news is that there hasn’t been many severe cases of the flu yet this year. The bad news is that doctors are saying people who come into contact with any strain of influenza this year will have only about a 50-50 chance of being protected by the vaccine. (But they are still recommending…