A Variety of subject matter! Three are great for everyone and one is special interest!
1. Killing you slowly with sleep!Sleep problems might be killing you slowly because either you sleep too much or too little.
There is an astonishingly high percentage of people who have trouble sleeping for one reason or another. It is in the order of 40 million people in the U.S. You may have a problem yourself or you know someone who does.
2. FEWER H.S. GRADS OPT FOR COLLEGE
For various reasons, fewer high school graduates are opting for college in the U.S.
The real problem is that some people who DO go, should NOT go and then they either drop out or switch programs and lose a year or two in the process.
And some people who don’t go, SHOULD GO.
Years later they play the “I shoulda, coulda, woulda” game.
The real problem is that many young people have no idea which is the right choice for THEM.
Are you in that predicament?
It is not the end of the world.
We can fix this fairly fast.
Floyd Norris, writing in Business Day, writes about it–
“Falling college enrollment indicates that upward mobility may become more difficult for working-class and disadvantaged high school graduates,” said Heidi Shierholz, an economist with the Economic Policy Institute in Washington.
Read the whole article here: Fewer U.S. Graduates Opt for College After High School
3. Genie Bouchard is a success and you can be too!
Wimbledon junior champion 2 years ago at 18.
Wimbledon finalist at 20 this year.
Why she’s a success and how you can be too.
Here are a few critical success keys.
4. Is self-discovery destroying marriage?
A U.S. psychologist thinks so. Ian Semple, writing in Britain’s The Guardian, examines this controversial theory.
“Eli Finkel, director of social psychology at Northwestern University in Illinois, said couples today looked to their marriages to help them “grow as individuals”, and support them through “voyages of self-discovery.. But their expectations are rarely met, he said, because of the investment of time and effort involved.”