Monthly Archive for: "November, 2019"

Can We Talk?

Three out of four pet owners say their pets are keeping them sane during the pandemic shutdown.  Some benefits of having a cat or dog at home right now include: feeling less alone, reduced anxiety, more play time and exercise, having someone to talk to (who never talks back) and having a routine or schedule […]

Ghoulies and Ghosties!

BOO!  Halloween is on its way and here are the top 5 trending costumes this year:  1.  Horror movie characters.  People might also look for costumes that incorporate masks, like Michael Myers. 2.  Video game characters.  They’re expecting a lot of “Fortnite”, “Halo”, and “Super Mario” costumes this year.  3.  Everyday heroes.  Including doctors, nurses, and police officers. 4.  Characters […]

Hiding From Social Media!

You can run, but you can’t hide – or can you?  A new survey reveals that more than half of us say we’ll only break our quarantine to hang out in person if there’s nobody posting about it on social media.  In other words, we’ll do it as long as we don’t get caught.  We […]

It’s Lonely at the Top!

How do you feel about your boss?  A recent survey asked what people didn’t like about their boss and here’s the top 5 answers:  1.  They micromanage. 2.  They’re never available, or don’t respond.  3.  They’re incompetent.  4.  They’re rude.  5.  They’re condescending.  If this describes your boss, maybe it’s time to re-think your career choice?

Welcome Back (?)

Eventually the world will go back to work and apparently it won’t be that great of a reunion. A new survey shows that less than one percent of people say they’re excited to be with their co-workers again.  Not me – I’m definitely missing my co-workers. Especially the ones who bring donuts!