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1. Office Bathroom Etiquette for Dummies (And The Rest of Us)
Since most of us spend eight hours or more in the office or workplace, the workplace bathroom is a place where almost every employee finds themselves daily. Proper bathroom etiquette can help keep these shared facilities clean and pleasant, and also reduce discomfort amongst your fellow employees and bathroom users. ...
by Angela Sanders on 12/02 12:21PM - Story - 3,151 Hits
2.Don’t Be Singing The Blues This Holiday Season, And Don’t Be Serving Alcohol At Your Business Holiday Parties
Fifty weeks is a long time. Fifty weeks of seeing the same people, day in and day out. The same people that you spend a lot more time with than you do with your own families. The same people that for hopefully two weeks of the year, you don’t have ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/18 06:03PM - Story - 856 Hits
3.Think You’re A Comic Genius? Maybe You’re Just Overconfident
... Knock, knock! 
Who's there? Cows go. Cows go who? No, cows go moo! OK, OK. So it’s not a side-slapper — especially if the teller has zero sense of comic timing. But most likely the person sharing the joke over the water cooler thinks he or she is pretty funny.
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/29 04:17PM - Story - 959 Hits
4.Nearly Half of Managers Say Coworker Competitiveness Has Increased in Last Decade
As athletes from around the world prepare to compete in London, workplaces in the U.S. appear to be hosting competitions of their own, a new OfficeTeam survey suggests. Nearly half (49 percent) of senior managers interviewed said they believe employees are more competitive with each other today than they were ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/23 03:31PM - Story - 1,129 Hits
5.Don’t Just Survive—Be Happy!: Twelve Reasons Why Your Best Life Can Be Only Three Months Away
Many of us simply try to endure each day and avoid unnecessary trouble—happiness rarely enters into our aspirations. Todd Patkin is adamant that it doesn’t have to be this way—and he shares twelve steps that will bring you much closer to your greatest life.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/08 04:46PM - Story - 1,382 Hits
6.Fifteen Things I Learned from My Nervous Breakdown…and How They Can Help You Start Living Your Best Life Now
Todd Patkin suffered a nervous breakdown at age thirty-six—and it turned out to be a breakthrough. He shares fifteen important things about life and happiness that he has learned. You’re living a “successful” modern life, which means that you spend most of your time at work. If you’re lucky, you’re ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/04 07:51AM - Story - 921 Hits
7.EPA and HackensackUMC Team Up to Increase Green Practices
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Hackensack University Medical Center have entered into an agreement to enhance environmental practices at the hospital. The medical center has pledged to reduce its use of plastics, reduce and recycle solid waste, complete the final phase of its green roof, use non-toxic cleaning products, ...
by Press Release on 04/30 10:34AM - Story - 1,135 Hits
8.Robert Half Survey: Majority of Workers Say Office Politics Necessary to Advance Career
Whether you’re running for office or just working in one, it pays to be a good politician, a new Robert Half survey suggests. More than half (56 percent) of workers interviewed said involvement in office politics is at least somewhat necessary to get ahead.
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/20 03:06PM - Story - 1,280 Hits
9.Fifteen Things I Learned from My Nervous Breakdown…and How They Can Help You Live Your Best Life in 2012
I suffered a nervous breakdown at age thirty-six—and it turned out to be a breakthrough. Here are fifteen important things about life and happiness that I have learned, and that I hope Americans will take to heart in the coming year. By Todd Patkin
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/23 01:35PM - Story - 1,034 Hits
10.Fifteen Things I Learned from My Nervous Breakdown…and How They Can Help You Start Living Your Best Life Now
Todd Patkin suffered a nervous breakdown at age thirty-six—and it turned out to be a breakthrough. He shares fifteen important things about life and happiness that he has learned.
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/26 11:39AM - Story - 967 Hits
11.Ambassador Haqqani Says U.S. Not Perceived Well In Pakistan
by, Kerry Picket The Washington Times spoke to Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani last week in downtown D.C. about talks the United States is having with not only Afghanistan but also the Taliban. Amb. Haqqani shed light on Pakistan's role in these talks as well as how ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/29 08:06PM - Story - 1,270 Hits
12.Land of the Proud and Home of the Involved: - Eleven Ways to Make Patriotism Cool Again
Despite what the pessimists and naysayers would have us believe, America is a great nation in which we’re all privileged to live. David and Andrea Reiser explain what the true nature of patriotism is—and how you can infuse your daily life with civic pride. Patriotism. It’s a thornier word than ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/08 09:23AM - Story - 1,500 Hits
13.Wake Up, America (Before It's Too Late):
... restore America to its former glory—and they know just the values that will take us there. Everywhere you look, from talk shows to the office water cooler to the dinner table, you see people wringing their hands about the state of our nation. No wonder: It feels like we're living ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/15 11:42AM - Story - 2,235 Hits
14.The Art of Parenting Non-Conforming Kids: Six Ways to Teach Your Kids to Live Fearless, Authentic, and Wildly Successful Lives
Parents take note: We're living in a time when being "different" actually pays off. Robin Fisher Roffer, author of The Fearless Fish Out of Water, explains how to nurture individuality in the formative years. Few jobs are more daunting than raising well-rounded, happy, confident kids. On one hand, you adore ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/09 01:06PM - Story - 1,796 Hits
15.Experts weigh in on infidelity, lies and inflated egos
ELIOT SPITZER Politicians are certainly imaginative when it comes to their infidelities. You have your office romances (Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick), your restroom shenanigans (Idaho Sen. Larry Craig), your "Whoops! I'm really gay" flings (former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey) and your utterly inexplicable hanky-panky (Bill Clinton). Eliot Spitzer, the ...
by Anonymous on 03/28 04:08AM - Story - 1,963 Hits
16.K of C Makes $1,000 Donation to DebRA
K of C At its February 22nd meeting, Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus, located in Washington Township, made a donation of $1,000 to Suzanne Cohen, Executive Director of DebRA of America. DebRA of America is dedicated to finding treatments and a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/12 04:49PM - Story - 3,822 Hits
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