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The Bangles may have sung of “Manic Mondays,” but Tuesday is really the day when stuff gets done.
According to a recent survey by the staffing company Accountemps on employee productivity, 39% of HR managers said that Tuesday was generally the best day for their employees. That beat Monday (24%), Wednesday (14%) and Thursdays and Fridays (a paltry 3% apiece). Why is that? Friday’s problems are self-explanatory, but there’s no reason Monday can’t be just as productive as Tuesday–and the reasons it isn’t represent, for many people, a missed opportunity.  Read the story…

Field Guide to Quick Real Estate Statistics

Looking for quick statistics for your sales meeting or a customer brochure? Need a quick fact to make your point? Information Central has compiled some of the most requested statistics for quick and easy access. Find the information that you need, as well as its source, at a glance.  Glance here…

someone working at a standing desk during the code and theory office tour3 Time Management Tips That Will Improve Your Health And Productivity

Time management can be tough. What is urgent in your life and what is important to your life are often very different things.This is especially true with your health, where the important issues almost never seem urgent even though your life ultimately hangs in the balance.  Read more

imagesMortgage Calculator: Fixed vs. Adjustable Rate

What’s the best rate for you?

It can be difficult to decide between a fixed-rate mortgage and one with an adjustable rate. Factors such as loan duration, the index used by the lender, the number and timing of rate adjustments, and your assumption about the increase or decrease of future interest rates all have an impact. Use this calculator to help compare the total cost of each alternative.

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8 Simple Gadgets to Make Your Home Smarter.  With these gadgets you’ll be feeding your pets when you’re not at home and discovering how much energy those old appliances are sucking.  Read the whole story.

LAS VEGAS — It was all about the “Internet of Things” at the 2014 International Consumer Electronic Show, which wrapped up last week in Las Vegas. More than 3,000 exhibitors showed off the latest gadgets and offered a peek into technology’s future – everything from curved-screen technology to driverless cars, smarter light bulbs, and wearable tech.