We travel for all kinds of reasons, whether it’s to spend time with family, to work, or to go on vacation. With the expected swell in traveling, it would be a good idea to discuss another important facet of traveling that is seldom discussed. We already know what to pack when traveling, but a lot of people are missing out on the wealth of benefits that can be reaped by signing up for an airline’s frequent flyer’s program.
This simple premise is part of Parkinson’s Law, an observation made by Cyril Northcote Parkinson, which claims that “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” Parkinson’s observation offers a key to becoming more motivated and productive in your everyday life.
When you’re online, do you feel like everyone is constantly on the same understanding on a variety of topics where the crazy, fringe ideas couldn’t possibly appeal to a substantial portion of people? Are all your ads, news articles and timelines often mirroring your political opinions? If so, then you could be in a digital echo chamber.
After graduation, you have the freedom to do anything with more free time than you’ll ever have! That is why I have created a list of things you could do during your gap year,t so you don’t run into the same roadblocks I did.
The son of an international businessman, Fardeen Sheikh’s been traveling before he could even walk. Traveling is already very hectic. With so much planning, you’re bound to forget something essential, which is why he made a list of the top 8 things you should always pack whenever you’re going abroad.
Last month at the Georgia Legislative Policy Forum, the healthcare panel discussed the healthcare waivers Georgia is seeking to get approved by the federal government.
On November 19th, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation brought experts from the public and private sectors together at the 2019 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum to discuss future policy solutions.