So the coronavirus pandemic is being referred to as a “Black Swan event.” If you’ve been wondering what that means, you’re not alone. When you understand what a Black Swan event is, you’ll be able to see its impact over the next decade or more. There’s no question that for most of us, this event … Continue reading What is a Black Swan Event?
“Sometimes, it feels like the end of the world.” I heard this from a friend the other day, and I had no response to offer. In the middle of this terrible health and economic crisis, it’s hard to hold on to optimism when there’s no end in sight. This is a difficult time, made more … Continue reading Gratitude, Even During this Difficult Time
(This is a repost of a Reuters article. Find the original article online here.) (Reuters) – The U.S. Labor Department on Thursday gave states flexibility to amend their laws to provide unemployment benefits in events related to the coronavirus in an effort to limit the damage on the economy from the pandemic. States can pay … Continue reading Quarantined? Out of Work? You may qualify for Unemployment