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David Chang’s list of essentials
and basically God tells him, “You’re an idiot. The only thing you can do is do the best job you possibly can.”
art  life  god  nyt  courage  purpose 
20 days ago by outkast
Coronavirus: Sorry, but Working From Home is Overrated - The New York Times
Steve Jobs, for one, was a famous opponent of remote work, believing that Apple employees’ best work came from accidentally bumping into other people, not sitting at home in front of an email inbox.

“Creativity comes from spontaneous meetings, from random discussions,” Mr. Jobs said. “You run into someone, you ask what they’re doing, you say ‘Wow,’ and soon you’re cooking up all sorts of ideas.”
nyt  work  home  office  social  creativity 
25 days ago by outkast
Your 8 Most Vexing Tax Questions, Answered
Mortgage insurance. If you pay mortgage insurance premiums — often a requirement when making a down payment of less than 20 percent — those costs are now deductible in the tax years 2018 through 2020, but only if you itemize. This break phases out for single and married taxpayers filing jointly once their adjusted gross income is more than $109,000.
nyt  mortgage  tax  finance 
28 days ago by outkast
I Do Things Differently From My Wife. And That’s OK. - NYT Parenting
"But now we focus more on working shoulder to shoulder on household chores, we say “thank you” a lot and we don’t make it a habit to redo each other’s work.

Our new approach has been transformative.

It’s time we as parents and partners stop thinking in terms of right and wrong when it comes to domestic obligations and begin accepting that our spouse is in the fight, but will do things a different way. Because, let’s be real: At the end of the day, a folded towel is a folded towel."
parenting  chores  marriage  arguments  nyt 
29 days ago by outkast
How to Stop Touching Your Face
Chill.

“My general advice would be that people should try to reduce their stress over all, as opposed to obsessively worrying about what they touch,” said Stew Shankman, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University. “Stress impacts your immune system, and the more you’re stressed, the more you’re reducing your body’s ability to fight off infections.”
health  nyt  stress  face 
4 weeks ago by outkast
How Children Evolved To Whine - NYT Parenting
So how do you get your whiny kid to cut it out already?
whine  nyt  kids  parenting 
4 weeks ago by outkast
How to Disinfect Your Space on an Airplane
“Book a window seat, try not to move during the flight, stay hydrated and keep your hands away from your face,” said Vicki Stover Hertzberg, a professor of biostatistics and bioinformatics at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University and one of the lead researchers on the study. “Be vigilant about your hand hygiene.”
travel  virus  clean  nyt  health  airplane 
4 weeks ago by outkast
Coronavirus Is Spreading. Should You Cancel Your Family Vacation? - NYT Parenting
It’s probably a good idea to use wipes to clean tray tables, bathroom handles and other parts of the plane that you might touch that are not regularly sanitized by the flight crew. Alcohol wipes have not been proven to prevent coronavirus but they might help minimize exposure to infectious organisms, Dr. Maldonado said.
virus  travel  nyt 
4 weeks ago by outkast
Surfaces? Sneezes? Sex? How the Coronavirus Can and Cannot Spread
As long as you wash your hands before touching your face, you should be OK, because viral droplets don’t pass through skin.
nyt  virus  health 
4 weeks ago by outkast
A (Former) Night Owl’s Guide to Becoming a Morning Person - The New York Times
Some night owls will never feel great waking earlier, but as he said: “How you feel in the afternoon is the true test of sleep quality. Adequate sleep should result in improved memory, mood stability, creativity, impulse control and eating and drinking habits. Track these for a good while before deciding that sleeping for eight hours is no different to sleeping for six.”
nyt  sleep  health  morning 
5 weeks ago by outkast
Is Coffee Good for You?
“In addition, experts say some of the strongest protective effects may be with Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and liver conditions such as cirrhosis, liver cancer and chronic liver disease. For example, having about five cups of coffee a day, instead of none, is correlated with a 30 percent decreased risk of Type 2 diabetes, according to a meta-analysis of 30 studies.”
health  coffee  nyt 
6 weeks ago by outkast
The Chase Sapphire Reserve Annual Fee Is Now Too High: Reviews by Wirecutter
If you already own the card but don’t want to deal with the new Chase Sapphire Reserve annual fee, consider asking Chase to move you to the Chase Sapphire Preferred instead. (You’re not guaranteed a downgrade, but it’s worth a shot.) There’s no travel credit on the Preferred, and you’ll earn about half as much in dining and travel rewards, but you’ll save $455 each year in annual fees.
credit  card  chase  finance  wirecutter  nyt 
10 weeks ago by outkast
Do You Really ‘See’ Your Child? - NYT Parenting
The point is to develop an attitude of curiosity rather than immediate judgment.

You just have to show up, allowing your kids to feel that you get them and that you’ll be there for them, no matter what. When you do that, you’ll be teaching them how to love, and how relationships work. They’ll be more likely to choose friends and partners who will see and show up for them, and they’ll learn how to do it for others, meaning they’ll build skills for healthy relationships, including with their own kids, who can then pass the lesson on down the line through future generations. That’s what it means to see — really see — your children.
health  kids  nyt  psychology  mental 
11 weeks ago by outkast
Letter of Recommendation: ‘The Happy Song’ by Imogen Heap - The New York Times
The reason I play it so much is for the effect it has on my 18-month-old daughter. She’ll be screaming her head off about something ... By the time the music proper kicks in, with its jouncing 4/4 strings and its sprightly whistled melody, she has invariably stopped crying altogether. ... The correct description for what is going on here is that it gives her pause.
toddler  children  music  nyt 
11 weeks ago by outkast
The Decade Parents Couldn’t Win
I convinced my 2-year-old that she needed to take a nap because Mommy was sleepy.
nyt  parenting 
december 2019 by outkast
Is Mealtime Miserable? Try This. - NYT Parenting
Division of responsibility, or D.O.R.

D.O.R. is known as the “trust model” because it assigns specific roles to both caregiver and child — and then everybody has to trust everybody else to do their jobs. The adult is in charge of when meals happen.

Our kids are responsible for deciding which foods they’re going to eat, among the ones we’ve offered — which may mean weeks of ignoring vegetables in favor of bread or pasta.
parenting  nyt  food  eating  meal  stress  kid 
december 2019 by outkast
When a Tech Reporter Doesn’t Use Much Tech - The New York Times
"After all, everyone in America is on Facebook, right? Everyone with an opinion is on Twitter. But most of the people I know aren’t on either. They live in the real world."
nyt  tech  minimize  real  world 
december 2019 by outkast
Signing Up for an H.S.A.? First Figure Out How You’ll Use the Money - The New York Times
What if I want to save for a while, then invest the money later?

A reasonable approach, for those who can afford it, is to save enough in your H.S.A. to cover your deductible before you begin investing, said Justin McCarthy, a director and senior wealth adviser at Mariner Wealth Advisors in New York. That can help strike a balance between covering short-term medical needs and saving for future health costs.
finance  investing  hsa  health  nyt  retirement  fidelity 
december 2019 by outkast
Yes, You Can Get Free Trading. But There’s Often a Catch. - The New York Times
"Few enlightened investors are chasing hot stocks anymore; they’re buying and holding a diversified mix of index funds to help them pay for big life events like college and retirement. (Index funds are basic mutual funds that track wide swaths of the stock market.)"

"The lesson here: Free trading, or any other free service, should serve as a signal for investors — you’re probably paying somewhere."
investing  retirement  money  index  funds  nyt 
december 2019 by outkast
Welcome to Story Times - The New York Times
"Need recommendations for children’s books? You’ve come to the right place."
nyt  kids  books  gifts 
december 2019 by outkast
Is Your Kid a Holiday Gift Monster?
Given that we’re always trying to get the littles to understand the difference between wants and needs, and to consider trade-offs between spending, saving and giving, what about this: You get one thing you want. One thing you need. And one sum of money to give to anyone or anything else you choose.
nyt  charity  giving  holidays  gifts  kids  parenting 
november 2019 by outkast
Is It Too Soon to Give My Kid a Tablet? - NYT Parenting
keeping all screens where you can see them, for example, in the living room or at the kitchen table when you’re cooking dinner, and keeping screens out of bedrooms. “There’s no technology that replaces your own eyes and ears.”

“The best toys are those that support parents and children playing, pretending and interacting together,” Dr. Alan L. Mendelsohn, co-author of the report and an associate professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Population Health at NYU Langone Health, said in a statement last year. “And when children play with parents — the real magic happens, whether they are pretending with toy characters or building blocks or puzzles together.”
nyt  parenting  screen  iPad  tablet  kid  toys 
november 2019 by outkast
The Lasting Trauma of Infertility - The New York Times
My 2-year-old loves fishing money and credit cards out of my wallet, so now I carry a decoy wallet complete with fake bills from her toy register and spent gift cards. Way less nerve-racking than extracting a balled-up twenty from the fist of a toddler. — Amy Cao, Brooklyn, N.Y.
nyt  parenting  fertility  children  kids 
october 2019 by outkast
How to Deal With Head-Spinning Market Swings - The New York Times
A diversified portfolio of assets is the best long-term strategy, said Omar Aguilar, chief investment officer for U.S. equities at Charles Schwab Investment Management. These assets should include domestic and international equities, long-term and short-term bonds, cash and inflation-protection assets like real estate or Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, or TIPS.

“We don’t believe in market timing,” he said. “Time in the market is more important than timing the market.”
investing  funds  nyt  finance 
october 2019 by outkast
Reconsidering the Advice in 3 Popular Personal Finance Books - The New York Times
"Ms. Orman, a former stockbroker, does recommend that you own index funds and diversify your holdings."
finance  nyt  book  wealth  planning  index  funds 
october 2019 by outkast
How to Reconnect With Your Partner After Having Kids - NYT Parenting
"Don’t wait for the most convenient time to rebuild intimacy. You’ll be waiting a long time."
family  wife  nyt  sex  mental  health  marriage 
october 2019 by outkast
There’s a New iPod Touch. Yes, in 2019, and Yes, It’s Worth Looking at. - The New York Times
"there are plenty of parents who want a device without cell service to give to their child"
$200 one is the one to get (don't need storage, everything is in the could).
iPod  kids  children  apple  nyt 
september 2019 by outkast
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