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Is E-Mail a Wide-spread Problem at Work?
Three-quarters of on-the-job e-mail users spend an hour or less each day reading or dealing with e-mail, a new study shows. A quarter of them spend less than 15 minutes, and only half say that the volume of their e-mail has increased in the last year.
Special Television Programming Alert for January 21, 2004
If anyone in your family or a friend's family has Alzheimer's Disease, you won't want to miss these vital presentations tonight on PBS Stations.
Is Meshing Work and Home Life a Good Idea?
Some people pride themselves on meshing their work and home lives. But a MSU professor thinks that we need to separate one from the other.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
"Free at last, free at last. Thank God Almighty, we are free at last." Who doesn't recognize these words? They are from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have A Dream" speech at the Freedom March to Washington, DC on August 28, 1963.
Conquer That Laundry Heap
Do you sometimes feel that no matter how many loads of wash you do, more piles of clothes keep appearing? Establish a laundry system to make this chore more efficient and less time-consuming.
Tips for Nervous Parents of New Drivers
Nationwide, car accidents are the leading cause of death for young adults between the ages of 15 to 20. State patrol troopers across the country are recommending that young drivers take driving courses.
Adopt A Pet
Are you interested in adopting a pet for your family? See available pets waiting for someone to love. But watch out these animals will steal your heart!
20 Bucks Can Go a Long Way
The new $20 bill is all the rage. So here are a few ways you can put that new, or old $20 to use by making improvements to your house.
January Quotes for Inspiration
Looking for an inspirational quote for your home business news letter, or need to add a final touch to the article you are writing? You can find just the right quote at Work & Family.
Do You Know Your Child's Learning Style?
By understanding how your child learns, you can help develop a homework style that is the most beneficial for him or her. Education experts say most children are strongest in one of these main styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic.
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