CNBC Make It is posting a new financial task to tackle each day for a month. These are all meant to be simple, time-sensitive activities to take your mind off of the news for a moment and, hopefully, put you on sturdier financial footing. This is day five of 30.
By Courtney Connley | CNBC
For thousands of parents who have been asked to work remotely, this means extra challenges when trying to balance the demands of work life and home life while coronavirus remains a concern
During the outbreak of coronavirus, people have wondered if pets could become sick or transfer the virus.
The classroom was abuzz with the lively chatter of elementary school students. While that wasn’t so out-of-the-ordinary, the topic of their discussion seemed to be uncharacteristically dire.
Before kids, my husband and I used Valentine's Day as a good excuse to dress up and take ourselves out to a restaurant for a fancy dinner. I'll never forget the year of the great Valentine's Day blizzard, when, undeterred by dumping snow, we donned snow pants and winter boots over our fancy clothes and trekked down to the local trattoria for a cozy, most memorable dinner on that Day of Love.