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Surviving a layoff brings its own challenges

Surviving a layoff brings its own challenges

2023 layoffs are setting a record in the tech industry, according to Tech Crunch. Tech layoffs conducted to date this year currently exceed the total number of tech layoffs in 2022.

Now you can get a blood test for Alzheimer’s

Now you can get a blood test for Alzheimer’s

I woke up to an email from Quest Diagnostics last week – announcing they’ve released the first consumer blood test to detect the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Scrolling through

Where do you draw the line?

Where do you draw the line?

Establishing boundaries anywhere in life requires an effort to develop that which is important to you, express it clearly and then enforce those parameters. This actually happened in Washington this

Twitter paved the way for Threads to go live

Twitter paved the way for Threads to go live

Who would have thought to imitate Twitter, a platform of some 450 million active users? Apparently, Meta’s Mark Zuckerberg did. It would take a financial wiz and savvy tech mogul

Every now and then there are consequences for lying

Every now and then there are consequences for lying

Last week, Brazil’s top election court took swift action when it barred former President Jair Bolsonaro from running for office for 8 years. Why? Because he was found guilty of

Warning: danger ahead!

Warning: danger ahead!

When the news was finally released that all five men aboard the OceanGate Titan submersible lost their lives – there was an outpouring of grief and sadness for the families.

How to ease the weight of loneliness

How to ease the weight of loneliness

Last month, US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy released an advisory on the epidemic of loneliness, isolation and lack of connection in America. If you’re among the 50% of Americans

The power of a triple-double

The power of a triple-double

The Denver Nuggets clinched their first-ever NBA Championship, beating the Miami Heat in 5 games. While the entire team made the difference on Tuesday – the dominating duo of Nikola

Breaking through an impasse

Breaking through an impasse

If you’re like me, there are times when negotiating an agreement in your personal or professional life can take an enormous effort. So it’s been with great interest that I

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Return to the office – or else

Return to the office – or else

As I dropped my husband off at the office yesterday morning, we reflected on the change that’s taking place throughout downtown Denver. More businesses are winding down the summer of

Simone Biles’ choice to pause pays off

Simone Biles’ choice to pause pays off

When Simone Biles chalked up a record 8th all-around title at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships on Sunday – after coming back to competitive gymnastics just 3 weeks ago – she

Extreme heat and its toll on mental health

Extreme heat and its toll on mental health

Everywhere you turn, the headlines grab your attention. NASA Clocks July 2023 as hottest month on record ever since 1880 Heatwave: How hot is too hot for the human body?

Surviving a layoff brings its own challenges

Surviving a layoff brings its own challenges

2023 layoffs are setting a record in the tech industry, according to Tech Crunch. Tech layoffs conducted to date this year currently exceed the total number of tech layoffs in 2022.

Now you can get a blood test for Alzheimer’s

Now you can get a blood test for Alzheimer’s

I woke up to an email from Quest Diagnostics last week – announcing they’ve released the first consumer blood test to detect the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Scrolling through

Where do you draw the line?

Where do you draw the line?

Establishing boundaries anywhere in life requires an effort to develop that which is important to you, express it clearly and then enforce those parameters. This actually happened in Washington this

Twitter paved the way for Threads to go live

Twitter paved the way for Threads to go live

Who would have thought to imitate Twitter, a platform of some 450 million active users? Apparently, Meta’s Mark Zuckerberg did. It would take a financial wiz and savvy tech mogul

Every now and then there are consequences for lying

Every now and then there are consequences for lying

Last week, Brazil’s top election court took swift action when it barred former President Jair Bolsonaro from running for office for 8 years. Why? Because he was found guilty of

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Born in India to an Armenian father and Danish mother, Lois is the author of Hybrid:  The Transformation of a Cross-Cultural People Pleaser, which explores the challenges of growing up as a third culture kid and the identity issues that haunted her until she stopped living for others and started charting her own course.