The Weekend Hangover: Some interesting articles for you to catch up on.
1. The Mentor – The one to offer wisdom or constructive criticism.
2. The Wingman – For a single guy, this guy is probably the most important on this list.
3. The Handyman – You break it, he fixes it. You can also borrow his truck.
4. The Fitness Buff – He’s the one to help get and keep you in shape.
5. The Convivial Colleague – One of the best predictors of satisfaction at work is if you have a good friend there. You pend more than 40 hours a week there, having a friend there helps.
How a Suit Should Fit – Because this is simple information you need to know.
From the APA, when to use “that” and when to use “which” – Use that to introduce a clause that is essential to the meaning of the sentence. Use which to introduce a clause that merely adds more information to the sentence.
Why Young People Were Hit Harder by the Recession: Simple answer is the higher proportion of mortgage debt held by younger people who haven’t had time to pay it down yet.
Six Ways to Stop Excessive Sweating: Some are a little bizarre and extreme
Titles of Laws as Propaganda: Given the poll that came out this week showing 46% of Americans oppose Obamacare, but only 37% oppose the affordable care act this is a very relevant post from a while back. Unfortunately that poll shows I need to say this; Obamacare and The Affordable Care Act are the same thing.
Goal of Craft Beer: Be less filling; taste great. Sounds like a domestic light beer slogan.
I think this record may be broken in the next couple months so I want to remind you that Congress Set a Record For Being Hated in July
Tom Brady is a pretty good actor, especially in Funny or Die videos: Although, this one wasn’t his best. His best friend just makes things very awkward.
Putting Mirrors in Grocery Stores Leads People to Buy More Produce: Making people look at themselves primes their physical appearance and wellbeing and leads them to make healthier choices while grocery shopping.