This weekend Brandon continues our series "We Are for Our Neighbors" by examining the question, "Who is my neighbor?"
In America, masks have become a weapon in the culture wars. In Japan, wearing one is no big deal, and deaths have stayed low.
If you don’t follow Adam Ragusea, do! https://www.youtube.com/user/aragusea
I didn’t know Adam Ragusea’s work when I started my YouTube channel, but i quickly found out about it because, as viewers have let me know and I discovered for myself, it’s pretty great. So we had a conversation and learned a little more about each other. Turns out we have a lot in common! Falling into food and YouTube accidentally, playing and composing music, nerding out over all things cooking, and balancing work and home life. We had a good talk so thought we ought to share it.
Old-school Nerdfighter and writer and activist and policy strategist (and former campaign manager for Julian Castro), Maya Rupert, took the time to talk with me about police brutality toward Black people, how she’s feeling, how privilege works, and what we should be doing right now and also forever.
So You Want to Talk About Race: https://bookshop.org/books/so-you-want-to-talk-about-race/9781580058827
And if you’re American, go to 8CantWait.org to see how far your city has to come. It is possible to start changing this through policy: https://8cantwait.org/
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FirstPerson, a human resources consulting firm in Indianapolis, is talking to customers about how to bring their employees back to work — all while setting up its own process for doing so.
Paul Ashley, a FirstPerson senior vice president and adviser, d
Importing Prescription Drugs from Canada — Legal and Practical Problems with the Trump Administration’s Proposal
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Decades ago, economists thought that thanks to advances in technology, in the 21st century we’d only work a few hours a week and enjoy loads of leisure time. Yet here we are in the modern age, still working long hours and feeling like we’re busier than ever. What happened? My guest today argues that we’ve all been …
To Take Your Mind Off The Shit Show That is COVID-19
On today’s episode of Tuxedo Time we try and keep the conversations about COVID-19 short. We talk about how we are feeling about the pandemic and what our sanitization process looks like when Chris comes home from the hospital.
We also discuss
This is a replay from a Crowdcast webinar I gave on March 16, 2020 to help out parents who suddenly found themselves at home with kids around due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please share with anyone who you think might be in that situation.
Do you know a parent who has suddenly found themselves attempting to work from home with their little kids around?
It ain’t easy, but it’s not impossible.
I’ve been working from home since 2006 and have been homeschooling since 2010.
This means that I’ve had to come up with dozens of tactics over the years to stay productive and maintain a reasonable level of professionalism while my two crazy kids (and two dogs) played zombie tag in the next room.
Topics I to covered in this session:
- Tips for chunking different types of work into different parts of the day
- What to say to your kids when you REALLY need them to be quiet for an hour or two
- Clever suggestions about where to go in the home to get certain things done
- Tips for keeping kids from 3-10yo entertained without rotting their brains
- What to do if you have a spouse/partner who is also working from home
Everybody’s home situation is unique, so I’ll also leave plenty of time for Q&A.
If I don’t have an answer, maybe someone else on the call will have a suggestion.
The opening to episode 67 was taped in front of a live audience on a private chat for subscribers only. Thanks to all of those who joined. I look forward to trying to do this once a week at least.
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