"The two little ones are in Zoom school but in different rooms. One is the living room. It's like every part of the house is being used for work. It's very difficult. There's friction. We're lucky because our house is actually pretty big but most people are experiencing a version of this." … [Read more...] about Labor Day means getting back into a routine. Don’t count on it.
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Most recently, Spears is reportedly seeking to oust her father from her conservatorship -- also known as guardianship -- in favor of her famous sister Jamie Lynn, 29. The legal battle is ongoing as Spears’ conservatorship was extended to Feb. 2021, which allows her father to have control over her career, finances and daily life. … [Read more...] about Britney Spears shares her thoughts on ‘mean’ press in makeup-free video
“Critical fire weather conditions are likely to develop across the region leading to rapid rates of spread for any new fire start,” forecasters warned. “Wind gusts of between 25 and 35 mph are likely in the hills of the North and East Bay late Monday night and Tuesday morning, with gusts of 45 to 65 mph possible across northern Napa and northeast Sonoma counties.” … [Read more...] about Labor Day Misery: Excessive Heat, Unhealthy Smoke-Filled Skies; Red Flag Wildfire Warning; PG&E Planned Power Outages
You can't always tell if someone has an eating disorder just by looking at them, despite Hollywood portrayals. Yet I was terrified of telling people that I was struggling for so long because I was afraid of their judgments about me and my body. Would my friends think it was because I was shallow? Would my coworkers think I was fragile? Would my family think I was blowing things out of proportion? Or the worst of my fears: Would people think I was lying because I didn't "look" like someone who had an eating disorder? … [Read more...] about I thought battling an eating disorder during an election year was tough. I had no idea how grueling recovery during a pandemic would be
In other words, groups like essential workers and people living in multi-generational homes are most likely to have been outside of their homes early in the pandemic, making them most likely to have already been infected and to have developed immunity. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus herd immunity may be closer than thought because ‘flawed’ antibody surveys that only test blood ‘dramatically underestimate’ how many people have had the disease, scientists claim