World War Two was a trying time for our country. The war was going on in Europe, but was brought close to home in ways that unsettled the very core of American happiness. Men and women young and old lined up to do whatever they could to help […]Read more
If you’ve spent enough time trying to do Excel things in Google Docs, you might have run into this challenge: no SUMIFS.
An obscure Excel function, SUMIFS allows you to add together cells based on several sets of criteria. One problem: It isn’t recognized by Google […]Read more
Move 1: Overhead Squat
Targets core, upper back, and legs
Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, toes turned out slightly. Grab a rolled-up towel with an overhand grip, hands shoulder-width apart, and raise it overhead so your shoulders […]Read more
Did you land a job as a summer nanny? Congratulations!
But before the trips to the pool and summer craft activities start, there are a couple of things you need to consider.
1. Your Employer Needs to Set Up Payroll and Start Paying Taxes Read more
1. The Ability to Do More with Less.
2. Increased Muscle Tone and Strength.
3. Improved Flexibility
4. A Healthier Heart.
5. Weight Control.
6. Improved Asthma Symptoms
7. Improved Cholesterol.
8. Lower Risk of Diabetes
9. Lower Stress […]Read more
Source: Images_of_money, Flickr.
While learning budgeting skills is not likely to be a high priority for most teenagers, teaching money management skills is as essential to raising kids as reminding them to brush their teeth and eat their vegetables. If the financial crisis taught us anything, it should […]Read more