After all, it’s colder outside, and in some cases, the weather can ruin your game. While some golfers may hang up the club until it warms up, the truth is that you can enjoy a good game of golf regardless of the time of year. This post will give you some tips to help your golf game during the wintertime.
Archives for December 2021
A “dry drunk” is someone who is no longer drinking but still displays the same attitudes and behavior as an alcoholic. Some specialists refer to it as untreated alcoholism or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS).
Michael Carrick has proven himself to be a worthy interim manager since the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjær, winning the Champions League clash against Villarreal and drawing against Premier League leaders Chelsea.
As the labor landscape has changed, so has the number of employees experiencing discrimination and the way in which they react to it. Currently, discrimination cases are rising as employees become more outspoken about their rights.
Olyvia Kwok Decani, art investor and collector with over 15 years in the industry, has a passion and skill for identifying trends and has uncovered six lessons that have been recently learned by international gallerists around the world.
There are a lot of things to worry about when you’ve been injured. Getting to doctor’s appointments, organizing short-term or long-term leave from work, and filing police reports are just some of the many things likely on your plate. But, do not wait to contact a personal injury lawyer. Here’s why.
Could a simple potted plant be the key to unlocking your mental wellness and social capital? Perhaps not, but it could certainly help. This article explores the recent phenomenon of house plants and describes some of the mental health and social benefits of owning and caring for plants.