It's not uncommon for parents to want to be involved in their children's wedding planning, but that involvement can also be a minefield. If you're footing part of the bill for your child's wedding, you might feel as though you should have some say in the event itself. That's not completely unreasonable, but it's important to keep in mind that it's ultimately not your event. Below are a few ways to collaborate with your adult child on planning a wedding so that it is an event you both look back on with fondness instead of stress.
Engineering is the fastest-growing career. There is no shortage of jobs for engineers, but as the field grows, competition is heating. The race for the best jobs is a challenging one. The best engineers with the best attitude will be the most successful. Here are three tips to help you stand out from the crowd.
Decorating your home is far more fun than going around and setting up tons of security cameras. That being said, according to the FBI, burglars strike every 21 seconds, so it is now more important than ever for you to secure your investment.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a condition in which many people feel symptoms of depression as a result of the winter, dark days and bleak weather. This is quite a serious situation, but many people will feel a persistent, lower mood throughout the cold months, which can seem to have a long-term effect on our mental and emotional wellbeing, resulting in impulsive or irresponsible decisions or overall feelings of despair.
Immigration attorneys work with clients who are seeking green cards (permanent resident status), visas, or U.S. citizenship. You should seek an immigration attorney before your arrival to the U.S. to ensure that you understand your length of stay, what activities you're allowed to engage in, and other details about your immigration status.
According to the National Council for Aging Care, In the past decade, the increase in workers aged 65 and older is nearly quadruple the increase in younger workers. A clear sign that seniors either are not able, or not willing to retire as early as in past generations.
Early in my career when I was a professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, I was overwhelmed with a personal crisis that started to affect my job performance. I scheduled a meeting with my department chair, a nun with a Ph.D. in counseling. Fortunately, she understood and supported my taking a short time away from work to focus on the problem. It lightened my burden and allowed me the time I needed to get back on my feet.