Embark on a festive journey through the enchanting holiday lights of Sacramento with our latest blog post! We’ve curated a list of the city’s most breathtaking Christmas light displays that are sure to ignite the spirit of the season.
The European Court of Human Rights is set to hear an unprecedented lawsuit brought by six young people from Portugal against 32 European countries, accusing them of failing to address the human-caused climate crisis. Aged between 11 and 24, the claimants argue that they are on the frontlines of climate change and are urging the […]
Someone recently told me that they’re starting to forget what it was like to live in isolation from March 2020 onward; upon reflection, I realized I’m starting to forget too.
E-bikes are gaining popularity due to their inclusivity, accommodating a wide range of fitness levels and ages. While they make cycling easier, they also promote physical activity, encourage commuting, and reduce car usage.
As a self-proclaimed video game enthusiast, I have found myself in a place where I have come to realize that many of my foundational strengths have come through what video games have taught me.
With this year’s back-to-school season marked by a teacher shortage, renewed COVID-19 surges, and book bannings, teachers share what parents can do to make the process easier on everyone. Learn more about how you can support teachers…
Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents―and What They Mean for America’s Future” By: Jean M. Twenge PhD
This weeks books selection explores the distinct characteristics, values, and experiences of different generations and their potential impact on the future of America. Drawing on extensive research and analysis, the book delves into the unique traits and formative events that have shaped each generation, including their attitudes towards work, technology, politics, and social issues.
Rainbow washing allows organizations to use the rainbow Pride colors to suggest to consumers that they support the LGBTQIA+ community, without having to put in actual effort or produce a tangible outcome for queer folk. This year stakes appear higher for corporations and there has been an obvious lack of rainbow washing leading into June […]
A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2021 revealed that a growing number of childless adults in the United States have no plans of having children in the future. In light of this trend, NPR has published an article that explores various strategies and important factors to consider for individuals who have […]
A book recommendation co-authored by Nick Sonnenberg and Michael Simpson. “Coming Up for Air” is a book that provides valuable insights for anyone looking to balance their work and personal life. The authors emphasize the importance of taking breaks and stepping back to gain perspective, which can be applied to everyday life. The book provides […]
After listening to an HBR IdeaCast Podcast early last week about how ChatGPT should be explored in the workplace I was fascinated by what this might mean for people. According to the MIT Technology Review “generative AI models hold the promise of automating all sorts of tasks that were previously thought to be solely in […]
By Suzanne Leigh Excerpt: Social isolation and loneliness can be a potent stressor in both teens and adults. To mitigate distress, some individuals may turn to maladaptive behaviors like excessive alcohol or drugs. Conversely, social connection can reinforce health promoting behaviors, providing the support to make good habits stick. Read more here!