Burnout Is A Hidden COVID-19 Crisis, And You Might Have It

Nearly six months ago, when the pandemic forced us all indoors, with no clear end in sight, I was overcome by absolute dread and then, mysteriously, a tempting sense of optimism. An image of the days to come materialized in my brain, resplendent with all that excess free time, and I allowed my ambitions to run wild. Thankfully, I still had my job, so I entertained my fantasies. Some things I imagined I might do over the course of the weeks in isolation: learn to cook elaborate meals; become a more devoted cinephile; write a short story; pick up the basics of a new language; Zoom happy hours and parties… Read More

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10 packing tips to make your move easier, according to home organization experts

Moving is always stressful, so we asked home organization expert at NEAT Method for their top moving and packing tips. They recommend investing in box labels, durable box cutters, and heavy-duty garbage bags; protecting household surfaces with paper on move-in day; and more. See also: The best closet and drawer organizers From finding movers to deciding which belongings you really want to keep, moving is always a stressful process. Part of the stress undoubtedly comes from having to pack up your entire life into neat boxes and bags. The other big component is figuring out how to efficiently unpack all those boxes and bags in your new home. Since we… Read More

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Turkey’s President Threatens To Cut Ties With UAE Over Israel Deal

Watch Video Turkey’s president is considering cutting ties with the United Arab Emirates over its deal to normalize ties with Israel. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters Friday Turkey “could suspend diplomatic relations” with the Abu Dhabi administration or withdraw its ambassador. He added history won’t forget and never forgive the UAE’s “hypocritical behavior.” The landmark deal, which President Donald Trump helped broker, has received mixed reviews around the globe. As part of the decision, Israel is suspending plans to annex parts of the West Bank. The UAE is only the third Arab country to establish active diplomatic ties with Israel. But Palestinians have repeatedly warned Arab governments against committing… Read More

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Man charged with obtaining $2.1 million in COVID-19 relief funds and using it to buy a yacht and a new Kia

Kenneth Gaughan of Washington, D.C., is accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $2.1 million in coronavirus relief loan funding. Additionally, he is being accused of using the money to buy himself a yacht, a row house, and a Kia Stinger. Gaughan is also facing a separate charge of defrauding the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., of $472,000 from 2010 to 2018. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. More than $525 billion in loans have been approved through the US government’s Paycheck Protection Program, intended to help businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic. But one man is accused of instead spending $1.5 million of that on a house, a yacht, and… Read More

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20 Underwire Swimsuits To Add To Your Rotation

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