by Jonathan Eisler

My wife and I recently brought home a puppy so Gherkin, our 2-year-old dog, could once again have a sister (we lost our beloved Patches in May). This weekend, we were marveling at how well the new puppy, lovingly named Whiskey Rose, has acclimated to our family. She is already walking on a leash and […]

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A Barista’s Tale

by Will Martin

“Hey! I paid for a Grande, not a Tall in a Grande cup!” I know it’s far from the worst job on the planet. Some days it feels like the worst job on the planet. But hey— it’s my job, and the customer wants me to fill her latte to the top. So I steam […]

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Secrets to Self-Care

by Elisa Turney

Self-care. The buzzword has been circulating in areas of mental health, but everyone has a slightly different definition and idea of how to execute it. In short, self-care is any activity that adds to or replenishes you. Self-care can be having your hair cut, or something physical, like receiving a massage or exercising. It can […]

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Coping with Disaster

by Working World Cafe

This article appears in its original, unabridged form at www.ready.gov/coping-with-disaster. Disasters are upsetting experiences for everyone involved. The emotional toll that disaster brings can sometimes be even more devastating than the financial strains of damage and loss of home, business or personal property. Children, senior citizens, people with access or functional needs, and people for […]

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