Different travel styles and personalities are sure to clash at some point during your getaway—here’s how to stave off any potential catastrophes.
Nothing puts a big dark cloud over an otherwise sun-filled vacation like different vacation styles among traveling companions—and the stress of managing them all. After all, you’ve invested too much time (plus a good chunk of change) planning what was supposed to be an amazing girls’ getaway or family vacation just to have it ruined by arguments or, perhaps worse, growing resentment because one person in the group is a morning person while another can’t be roused until at least 11 a.m. In extreme cases, a trip with mismatched vacation styles can even lead to isolation (which, depending on where you are, can put someone at an increased safety risk) or the end of an important relationship. Continue at Source: How to Take a Group Vacation (and Make Sure Everyone Gets Along)
Networking, despite its value, is often misunderstood. By constantly getting new perspectives on networking, you can always remind yourself of how to best connect with others.
Networking is changing—technology and social media have made reaching out to others easier than ever before. Yet it’s as difficult as ever to establish meaningful connections with other people. At the heart of networking, past and present, is understanding the needs and wants of others, but it’s not always clear how to translate that into what you do on a daily basis.
For better or worse, everyone else is experiencing the same fractured landscape you are. The key to effective networking is always to put yourself out there as much as possible, but if you’re looking for more detailed strategies, here are 10 of the best books on networking to improve your skills: Continue at Source: Best Books For Networking
Learn the basic behaviors that can deepen and maintain a long-term relationship.
Despite the readily-available relationship advice, relationship-seekers are too often finding that what they expect to experience and what actually happens, rarely match up. Continue at Source: 10 Crucial Behaviors That Keep Love Alive
One of the questions I get asked most often is how I make so many friends while traveling on my own.Source: How to Make Friends While Traveling Solo
Employees who force themselves to smile and be happy in front of customers — or who try to hide feelings of annoyance — may be at risk for heavier drinking after work, according to researchers.Source: Forcing a smile for customers linked with more drinking after work
New research indicates there may be a point where youth can “care too much” and caring becomes detrimental to their well-being.“Caring on …
Is Jealousy Healthy in a Relationship? Heres What an Expert Says It goes a little something like this: You notice that her ex liked one of her Instagrams, and your mind starts racing with suspicions. Or maybe, you think she’s eyeing some guy across the bar, and you instantly feel threatened.
Sharing garden tools is one way being neighborly can save you cash. Neighbors may also know an affordable plumber if you need one.
I recently watched Planet Earth II with my family, and the footage of various animals waiting not so patiently for their mates to return to the proper rendezvous point in order to make sweet marital bird love or regurgitate a little fish smoothie into crying-baby throats was enough to send a chill down my spine. Read More …
As a matchmaker and relationship expert, I get this question a lot. Here are four simple tips that I believe really work. Read More …