Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thanksgiving is a time for family togetherness. Of course, sometimes too much togetherness breeds tension, stress, arguments, and the occasional blowup. Whether you’re hosting the dinner or just visiting, remember these tips for staying calm and sane:   Plan early. Start thinking about Thanksgiving well before the big day so you don’t have to rush […]

The typical family today puts in a lot more hours a year at work than ever before—frequently by working at two or more jobs. So finding a balance between work and life can be complicated. But balance is essential to our well-being. Here are some ways to get on the right track:   Simplify. Need […]

Business trips are often taxing since those taking them are trying to mix travel with everyday work and one of the major requirements is being able to still have access to the network of your company via laptop, phone or tablet and knowing that you can do so safely and securely, perhaps by a virtualized […]

Brainstorming – the time-honored tradition of getting people together in an office in order to free associate – has become standard business practice these days but a new study from Yale University has found that more people does not result in a greater number of solutions. In fact, people who try to solve problems all […]

Making mistakes is inevitable in young students during the learning process, but what matters is that those mistakes are picked up on. It is not enough to point out the mistake but to also understand the reason they were made in the first place. When a child undergoes a standardized test it is crucial to […]