Anyone can still find ways to connect more intimately with their partner, no matter how long you've been together. While many believe intimacy is all about sex, it goes way beyond that. If you're looking to connect more intimately with your partner, there are some pretty underrated things you can do each day to make that happen.
According to a new survey from sex-toy retailer Adam & Eve—which asked more than 1,000 American adults over age 18 about their sexual practices—condoms are being majorly mismanaged across the country. A whopping 41 percent of respondents said they had lost or broken a condom during sex, while 59 percent said they hadn’t.
Balance issues are big business in healthcare and an increasingly serious problem as the U.S. population gets older, grayer and less sure-footed. With more facets of traditional healthcare being franchised every year, Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers’ rapid growth is a reflection that an increasing cohort of independent doctors are seeing value in converting to a franchise system, rather than staying on their own in an unsteady medical landscape.
If you're pregnant or have had a baby, you've likely heard all about your pelvic floor, the muscles that support your pelvic organs (think: your bladder and uterus) — not to mention all of the ways childbirth can wreak havoc on them (baby coming down the birth canal, anyone?). But mamas aren't the only ones who should care about these crucial muscles.
“We began using Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover system last fall and it’s been a game-changer. We’ve paid off more than $17,000 in debt and have an emergency fund set aside. Our goal is to be debt-free, except for our home, later this year.”
I'm proud that I get up every day, do great work for my clients and set a good example of integrity and independence for my daughters. I want my girls to know that hard work pays off and determination coupled with the right attitude will take you far in life. I also want my family to know that if you fail, tomorrow is a new day - that failure isn't a reflection of the person you are or your intentions - it's a necessity and platform for growth.
There are so many tech-y ways to meet new people and expand your horizons, and you should feel free to utilize them. But with all the options out there, it can be easy to forget about old-fashioned dating advice, even though it really works.
When we were students, most of us were lectured about the necessity of internships. For some, it’s a career requirement. For others, it’s an optional (but highly recommended) way of gaining a realistic understanding of a desired career.
Performance problems and other sexual health issues are commonly seen as an “old man’s” predicament. But new research from the United Kingdom exposes a rather unfortunate reality: young men are also affected by sexual health issues.
LinkedIn is an incredibly useful social network, but it can also be a breeding ground for bad behavior. You know some of it--spammy networkers and over-sharers for example--but also full-fledged plagiarism and copying. Yet these kinds of practices destroy people's reputations and even lead to their losing their LinkedIn accounts.
We're sharing our journey of what it takes to build a successful boutique agency focused on public relations and branding. If you like clever (and sometimes humorous) women taking charge of their destiny while having a bit, okay A LOT, of fun doing it - then stay tuned.
The Daily Details focuses on three main service lines: nails, facial waxing and hair blowouts. Almost all of its services can be done in less than an hour, making it a go-to spot for working women who want to stop in over their lunch break or after work, Longa said.
“We’re excited to offer our guests a really fun brunch menu that highlights the best flavors of Rusty Bucket – and it’s something our guests have been craving for a long time,” said Gary Callicoat, president and founder of Rusty Bucket. “I’m proud of the work our team has put into developing a delicious, fresh and satisfying menu.”
I routinely have the opportunity to speak with aspiring public relations and marketing professionals and they all ask me about social media and its impact on their budding careers. While I'm not a fan of a "cookie cutter" approach to anything, I do believe there are some pretty clear guidelines that should be followed if one wants to be taken seriously in job interviews and after they're hired. Building and maintaining credibility is the cornerstone to managing your personal brand.
Open since November 2015, the American grill joins Dogwood Southern Table and Corkbuzz in the corner pocket that backs up to favorites like Whole Foods and Phillips Place. With a sizeable patio and daily happy hour, summer is the perfect time to check out Rusty Bucket.
Metal fabricators have a history of growing through word-of-mouth. Many companies go for years, sometimes generations, without hiring a single salesperson. It’s just the nature of this manufacturing sector dominated by small, multigenerational family shops. Few say their company is “sales-driven.”
Rob Honeycutt's success defies so many conventions within the entrepreneurial canon that it's hard to pick which part of his tale merits telling first. As a salesman, he's not supposed to be good with software. As somebody without a college degree, he's not supposed to be able to, in a little over a decade, start and scale up a complicated set of businesses all under one holding company. As a company based in South Carolina, Honeycutt's firm isn't supposed to be able to recruit globally and draw engineering talent to what is, for tech, something of a desert, although it's improving.
Big change is afoot. My oldest, Luci, is about to start middle school (we do that in sixth grade in Charlotte) and my youngest, Opal, starts Kindergarten. We've spent a great deal of time over the last few weeks discussing a myriad of details relating to wardrobe, school supplies, pick-ups and drop-offs and after school activities. When we finished all that we focused some real time on the subject of interacting with friends.
It's been nearly a month since I stepped out on my own to do what I do best, help others achieve their business goals. Today, and each Tuesday for the foreseeable future, I'm celebrating a person who's been instrumental in my career and personal success. While I may have lost contact with some of these influential people, I still think of them often and practice a great deal of what they taught me. Allow me to start at the beginning.
When this amazing band plays, I'm transported back to when things were simpler. Personal email had just come on the scene, most cell phones were too big to carry in your purse (or they were bolted to the interior of your car) and you didn't have to have your body scanned before you boarded a flight at the airport. I miss all of that.
When June Adamski plucked three sets of Magna-Tiles from a bin in the back of a Target store in Minneapolis for delivery to a customer in Wisconsin, the discounter’s ordering system suggested a Size 439 box.
The first two sets of magnetic building toys fit just fine. But when she tried to pack the third, she realized the box was an inch or so too short.