9:30 am, March 8th | by Sarah Devlin
It’s a well known stereotype that women love nothing more than the thrill of buying stuff.
9:30 am, February 20th | by Sarah Devlin
A good boss is a wondrous thing — like sunshine on a cloudy day, like peanut butter and chocolate. A bad boss, on the other hand, can make even a dream job feel like a complete nightmare.
4:30 pm, December 31st | by Sarah Devlin
If you are the type to make New Year’s resolutions, you probably have at least some experience with the difficulty of sticking to the new rules you make each December 31st. But take heart! You are not alone.
9:30 am, December 27th | by Sarah Devlin
Will you be part of the 44% who kiss someone at midnight, the 61% who say a prayer, or the 22% who fall asleep before the clock strikes twelve?
3:00 pm, December 23rd | by Sarah Devlin
Sure, you are probably at least a little bit familiar with one of the many digital music platforms that have popped up over the last few years, from iTunes to Grooveshark to Spotify. But how has the digital music industry shaped the recording industry as a whole? This handy breakdown from Infographic.im illustrates not just how the industry is changing, but how the way people listen to music is evolving as well. Check it out.
3:00 pm, December 22nd | by Sarah Devlin
Are you so hyper-organized that you used Cyber Monday, typically the Monday after Thanksgiving, to get all of your Christmas shopping done? You proactive son of a gun, you!
3:00 pm, September 15th | by Sarah Devlin
If I could have one superpower that I got to make up, it would be the ability to snap my fingers and be ready for the day/a night out/what have you. The idea of never having to worry about blowdrying or moisturizing or applying makeup or brushing and flossing is….intoxicating. I’ve accepted that this will probably never happen in my lifetime (thanks for nothing, Science!), but it’s nice to know that one aspect of my appearance is a whole lot easier to manage. I’m speaking, of course, about my Google results.
11:00 am, July 20th | by Amy Tennery
As the economy lurches onward, toward something that only vaguely resembles a recovery, it’s easy to feel panicked. But a neat infographic tracking the U.S.’s financial history could help put things in perspective.