Back to School and Work: How to Succeed at Both During the Pandemic

With the new school year fast approaching, and coronavirus cases still continuing to rise many parents are growing concerned about what the upcoming school year will look like. For some schools, in-person learning is expected to happen, often with restrictions on times and days, and strict policies on illness. Others are using hybrid formats of online and in-person learning, while others have gone completely virtual. No matter which learning model, all parents will face the challenge of having to juggle their work-life with a much more unusual return to school. Looking for ways to make the transition a little easier? Consider following the tips listed below.   Read more

Why Exercise Is a Critical Component of a Healthy Lifestyle

When people talk about a healthy lifestyle, one of the first things that comes to mind is exercise. The thought of exercise may be daunting to some, but it is a crucial component of staying healthy and improving longevity. Luckily, excessive exercise is not needed to stay healthy. As little as 30 minutes of moderate physical activity improves cardiovascular health, helps people to maintain a healthy weight, and reduces the risk of developing life-long health conditions. Check out some of the reasons why it is essential to work regular exercise into a daily routine.   Read more

Why Exercise Is a Critical Component of a Healthy Lifestyle

When people talk about a healthy lifestyle, one of the first things that comes to mind is exercise. The thought of exercise may be daunting to some, but it is a crucial component of staying healthy and improving longevity. Luckily, excessive exercise is not needed to stay healthy. As little as 30 minutes of moderate physical activity improves cardiovascular health, helps people to maintain a healthy weight, and reduces the risk of developing life-long health conditions. Check out some of the reasons why it is essential to work regular exercise into a daily routine.   Read more

July PMI Data Shows Recovery Chugging Along

We’ve written quite a bit lately about the deterioration in high-frequency data. Indicators of mobility (such as auto and air travel, commuting activity, restaurant diners, etc.) leveled off in July due to the latest wave of COVID-19 cases. The strong rebound in the job market reflected in May and June jobs data has faded, based on the increase in continuing claims reported last week by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read more