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Sports Tip of the Week: David McNabb, Yahoo Rivals Writer

Tip of the Week: David McNabb

Sports tips to connect at work.

Week of: September 29

The New York Yankees don’t have another World Championship to celebrate as they end an injury-plagued season, but New York has been celebrating the nearly 20-year career of hugely popular shortstop Derek Jeter with year-long ceremonies which ended Sunday as the Yankees season closed in Boston.

Jeter has symbolized...

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Keeping Good Care

When you find a good one, make sure to pay appropriately.

Determining the Pay Rate for your Sitter

It's one of the greatest mysteries of childcare: What should you pay your babysitter? Sometimes, you'll get lucky and hire a sitter who already has a set rate. Other times, you'll get a sitter who tosses it back to you with a nonchalant, "Oh, just pay whatever you think is reasonable." So what is reasonable?

Work-Life Balance

Managing Diet on a Busy Schedule

Even busy professionals can eat healthy.

Eating Healthy for Professional Women

We have all had that moment. You know the one, when you realize that your stomach is growling. You know that you fed the kids and packed their lunches, sent in the permission slip for school, repacked the store bought cupcakes to look more "homemade" for the bake sale, made it to the conference call on time...

Strategy for Life

Six Tips to Help Full-Time Moms Back Into the Workforce

You can be a stay-at-home mom.

Career Transition

For Monica Samuels, it happened when she was standing in front of the salad bar at the Radisson Hotel restaurant in Orlando, Florida. The smell of slightly curdled bleu cheese dressing was making the already nauseous two-month pregnant Monica sick, and it made her realize she couldn’t go back to work after the birth of her second child.

The question: Is it professional suicide to be a stay-at-home mom?

The answer: No. You can take time off but you must have a plan. Quitting is more than saying the words. It requires a strategy. It’s...



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