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I’ve published my newsletter for more than ten years. I’ve really come to enjoy writing it. It’s evolved and become a great (creative) outlet for me. Currently, my letter is sent three times a week.  It’s meant to inform, entertain … Read More...
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How to Make Your Pet Happy, With Animal Behavior Expert Zazie Todd

Have you ever wondered why your cat bites you after just three pets? Or how to get your dog to chill out and stop barking? We’re uncovering the mysteries of our four-legged friends this week with help from animal behavior expert Zazie Todd. In this episode, you’ll hear about the underlying psychology behind why our…Read more...
Tags: Podcast, Advice, Animals, Pets, Lifehacks, Pet Care, Zazie Todd

Want a (pandemic-fueled) divorce? Consider these tips first

Nurturing significant relationships can be challenging. But the added strain of negative external influences such as COVID-19 and recent events around racial injustices can break a vulnerable marriage. Turbulent times have been known to increase the rate of divorce and breakups. Dealing with such circumstances can quickly throw us into “stress mode,” where we operate from the fight-or-flight part of our brain. This is activated chemically when the body thinks it’s under attack. Unfortunately, th...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Patti Cotton

4 Tips For Navigating The COVID-19 Crisis [Sponsored]

Helpful advice for these troubled times from six managing partners.
Tags: Law, Advice, Biglaw, Managing Partners, New York State Bar Association, Sponsored Content, Lateral Link, future of Biglaw, Coronavirus

6 must-read writing and marketing books for every marketing copywriter

Writing. It’s what we do here at Articulate and although we are pretty expert marketing copywriters we still reach for the occasional trusty volumes to remind us of our art and how to improve it.
Tags: Reviews, Advice, Marketing, How to write

How Do I Get My Kid to Stay Seated During Mealtimes?

Every parent has their particular point of contention: a thing that should be simple—and is simple for other parents—yet it never comes easily for them. A kid that’s never tired at bedtime. A child who flat-out hates the car seat from day one. The toddler who refuses to sit in a stroller, No Matter What. And, of…Read more...
Tags: Food, Advice, Lifehacks, Dinner, Meals

Thoughts on Leadership: Change Takes Charge

Between virtual meetings and the whirlwind of everyday work, I’ve been revisiting the key insights from some of my favorite business books, “The Leadership Challenge” by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. Particularly applicable is the authors’ chapter on leading through change, and the importance of being proactive about changing course when challenges present themselves. They place emphasis on combatting challenge with change, and even purport that it’s a leader’s top priority to do so. This year ha...
Tags: Productivity, News, California, Advice, America, Los Angeles, Radio, Culture, Starbucks, Seattle, Southern California, Success Tips, Posner, Moore, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Campion

How To Deal With A Ridiculously Loud PlayStation 4

The Last of Us Part 2 might be the loudest PlayStation 4 game ever made. I’m not talking about the sound design, impressive as it is. I’m talking about what the game does to basically any PlayStation 4. Boot up Naughty Dog’s latest masterpiece, and you can barely hear the sound of clickers clicking over the endless…Read more...
Tags: Advice, Service, Tips, Playstation 4, Ps4, Lifehacks

How to Laugh at Depression, With Humorist John Moe

This week, we’re finding the humor in our woes with help from John Moe, host of The Hilarious World of Depression podcast. John helps us understand what is funny—and sometimes even good—about depression, how we can recognize depression within ourselves and others and what to do about it when we find ourselves…Read more...
Tags: Podcast, Advice, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, John, Lifehacks, John Moe

Can You See Suicidal Tendencies In A Natal Chart?

Hi, Elsa. Went through your post about overcoming fear of death. I, somehow, find death an easy alternative of pain that life may have brought. I have been suicidal from ever since I was a teenager. I attempted when I … Read More...
Tags: Death, Suicide, Advice, Astrology, Natal Chart, Elsa Went

Did coronavirus break your marriage? A reality check on divorce

While flipping stations on the car radio one day, I heard the familiar voice of one of my clients call into a pop psychologist’s program about her marital problem. She explained that her husband had recently retired from the Air Force and that during their 20 year-long marriage, they had spent very little time together, and that had turned out to be a good thing. They had missed each other immensely during his long assignments away and very much enjoyed the romantic but short reunions in between...
Tags: Business, California, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Air Force, Southern California, Michelle C Herting, Estate Planning Council of Riverside County

The Boston Legal Market In The Era Of COVID-19 [Sponsored]

Three months in, here's a look at the numbers.
Tags: Law, Advice, Boston, Career Advice, Biglaw, Sponsored Content, Job Searches, Lateral Moves, Lateral Link, Abby Gordon, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Ask Dr. NerdLove: Help, Awful Sex Is Ruining My Relationship

Hello, all you electric love swarms, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only advice column that helps eliminate the need for crunch time to help your love life go gold.Read more...
Tags: Advice, Dating, Lifehacks, NerdLove

Q3 is Almost Here: Mid-Year Reset Tips to Dominate the Second Half of 2020

Where do you even start when conducting a “progress report” in a year like 2020? With an eye toward the future, that’s where. In this edition of the Tom Ferry Show, Tom walks us through a mid-year review, all in the name of setting you up for massive success in the second half of 2020. He discusses: The critical questions you need to ask yourself and answer4 tips to break down your goals into clear, actionable steps A powerful exercise to get you into action The right mindset to adopt no...
Tags: Real Estate, Advice, Radio, Tom, General Interest, Tom Ferry

How Will The 2020 Capricorn Stellium Affect Me?

Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto will be conjunct throughout most of the second half of 2020. I am seeing my clients of all ages, come to some kind of reckoning. In all cases, the person is humbled in some way. It … Read More...
Tags: Advice, Pluto, Astrology, Pluto-in-Capricorn, Saturn in Capricorn, Jupiter in Capricorn

How Can I Stop Co-Sleeping with My Older Child?

Sleep problems are pretty much a given at some point in parenthood—yours, theirs or, most often, both of yours. Guess what’s not helping? This pandemic, thankyouverymuch. Kids are more cooped up than ever. They’re dealing with pent-up energy and strange new schedules, plus some extra anxiety mixed in for good measure.…Read more...
Tags: Sleep, Advice, Lifehacks, Bedtime

Pandemic’s silver lining: Updating your paperwork as a divorce looms

For the past three months, since the pandemic began, my office has been busier than usual with calls from past clients wanting to update their estate planning documents or new clients needing to get their estate planning done for the first time. Whether this was a result of people having more time on their hands, or the pandemic bringing our mortality front of mind, I don’t know. I do know it’s one of the silver linings to this pandemic. Estate planning documents are not static documents  — it’s...
Tags: Business, California, Advice, Retirement, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Paso Robles, Riverside, AB, Teresa J Rhyne

Managers Need To Know How Do You Deal With Risk?

Managers need to know how comfortable they are with risk Image Credit: Photo by Yeshi Kangrang on Unsplash In a perfect world, a manager would have all of the knowledge, manager skills, and manager training that he or she needed to have when it came time for them to make a decision. With this information they could be comfortable that the decision that they were making was the right decision. However, as I’m pretty sure that you are well aware of, we don’t live in a perfect world. W...
Tags: Decisions, Leadership, Advice, Careers, Risk, Audit, Confident, Network, Reckless, Bias, Disrupt, Patterns, Dr Jim Anderson Blue Elephant Consulting, Comfortable, Risky, Trait

Should I Intervene in My Adult Son's Relationship?

Just because our kids grow up doesn’t mean we stop being their parent. We still want to protect and guide them and watch them make all the best decisions for a happy, fulfilling life. But how much intervention is too much intervention when it comes to their romantic relationships? One mom asks: “What do you do when…Read more...
Tags: Relationships, Advice, Lifehacks

It's Time to Ask Us Your Burning Health Questions

I’m pleased to announce the return of Lifehacker’s Burning Questions column, in which I answer the health questions that people can’t—or don’t want to—google. As a reminder, this is not medical advice, and I’m not a doctor. Read more...
Tags: Advice, Lifehacks, Questions

How To Go In-House, And How To Excel Once You’re There: An Interview With David Stiepleman

After graduating from Columbia Law and spending five years at Cleary, David worked as an in-house lawyer at Goldman Sachs and Fortress Investment Group, before becoming COO of a multibillion-dollar business.
Tags: Law, Advice, Wall Street, Goldman Sachs, Career Advice, Biglaw, Fortress Investment Group, In-House Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Columbia Law, Goldman Sachs and Fortress Investment Group, Sixth Street Partners, David Stiepleman, Cleary David

How to Protest, With Activists L.A. Kauffman and Charlene Carruthers

What are our rights when it comes to protesting? How do we protest safely and effectively during this pandemic? We answer these questions and more this week with help from activists L.A. Kauffman and Charlene Carruthers. L.A. is a veteran grassroots organizer with over 35 years of experience in political activism and…Read more...
Tags: Activism, Podcasts, Advice, Lifehacks, Legal Advice, Charlene Carruthers, Kauffman, Protesting

How to Help Aging Parents Stay in Their Home

You’ve noticed lately that Mom and Dad are starting to show signs of aging. Cobwebs and dust may be appearing in the previously spotless living room, or they’ve been forgetting things like appointments and medication. But your parents adamantly refuse to even consider moving to an assisted living facility or nursing home. According to AARP, nearly 42 million Americans are caring for their elderly parents, and many of them are facing a similar dilemma. Keeping your parents living safely at home ...
Tags: Housing, Advice, Marketing, Mom, Misc, Forbes, AARP

Help! I’m getting a divorce. What happens to our money?

The beginning of 2020 started off with a bang! The economy was purring, and the stock market was reaching all-time highs. In March, our lives quickly changed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses closed their doors, laying off or furloughing their employees. The stock market quickly dropped, and stores sold out daily of essentials. Stress, anxiety, and fear were emotions we felt continuously. In some manner, the rug was pulled out from all of us, changing the course of our ...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Social Security Administration

Pluto In Capricorn: Control Your Pathology!

I was talking to a gal about a pattern in her relationships. She had good understanding of the dynamic: “He does this, then I do that and then he does this and then this happens…” She concluded that nothing could … Read More...
Tags: Psychology, Advice, Capricorn, Astrology, Real Life, Relating, Pluto-in-Capricorn, 8th-house

Ask Dr. NerdLove: How Do I Keep My Relationship Alive When I Can't See My Partner?

Hello, all you greased porn fruitbats, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only advice column that’s too hot to handle and too cold to hold.Read more...
Tags: Advice, Dating, Lifehacks, NerdLove

How To Split Your Video Games After A Breakup

Breaking up sucks. It sucks even more when you weigh external factors. Who gets the cat? Who gets the friend group? Who gets to keep the video games? If you’re currently struggling with that last question, we’ve collected some expert advice that might help you.Read more...
Tags: Relationships, Advice, Service, Lifehacks

10 Things I Learned in College (Outside of the Classroom)

(AKA what I wish I knew as a college freshman.)
Tags: College, Advice, Friends, Life Lessons, College Life, Life Tips, Adulthood, College Tips, Study Tips

Losing your mind, stuck at home? Here’s how to find some sanity in the chaos

We, the writers of Women, Money & Mindset, agree that in order to make and manage money, you must adopt the right mindset. This means incorporating thoughts, attitudes and behaviors that support a healthy financial life. The same rings true for all other areas of our lives. This spring has challenged us with devastating events that have completely upended the way we conduct our work, relationships and our lives. These events have asked us to flex and pivot mentally, emotionally, and physically i...
Tags: Business, Advice, Retirement, Sport, Soccer, John Krasinski, AB, Patti Cotton

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I’ve published my newsletter for more than ten years. I’ve really come to enjoy writing it and it’s evolving. At the moment, the letter is sent three times a week.  It’s meant to inform, entertain and help you in the … Read More...
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