Sick of WFH? Try WFN (work from nature)

Sick of WFH? Try WFN (work from nature)

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1/21/2022 2:01:00 PM

Sick of WFH? Try WFN (work from nature)

Bringing your laptop to a park or hiking trail can change how you view work and 'the office.'

(Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)I wrote about the apparentrebound of migrating Western monarch butterfliesin California in October. The good news: The rebound is for real. Times writer Jeanette Marantos reports that, after a dismal 2020-21 season, monarchs are back in a zone that stretches from northern Baja, Mexico, to Central California. Richard Rachman, who spends his free time counting monarchs in the L.A. area, found about 725 near a gated community in Zuma Canyon on a recent early morning. “I tell people to look for little Doritos,” he told The Times. That’s what the monarchs look like when they are resting in eucalyptus trees. Last season’s coastal travelers numbered just 1,914; this year, more than 200,000 have been sighted at overwintering sites. Read the full story about

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New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicronNew Mexico is the first state in the nation to ask National Guard troops to serve as substitute teachers as preschools and K-12 public schools struggle to keep classrooms open amid surging COVID-19 infections. Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Wednesday the unprecedented effort to reopen classrooms in the capital city of Santa Fe and shore up staffing across the state. New Mexico has been struggling for years to recruit and retain educators, leaving teaching routinely to long-term substitutes who do not have full teaching credentials. Are they coming to work wearing fatigues or civilian clothes What are their qualifications to be substitutes? What will they teach?

Nearly 9 million Americans called in sick to work this monthThe U.S. Census Bureau says 8.8 million people called in sick to work because they were dealing with symptoms of COVID-19 or caring for someone with the virus. Create a major panic and steal the flu, you create problems. Deal with it! World governments going with Bill Gates plan to be the last geek alive is disgusting

Americans are showing up sick to work even as Omicron spreadsYou may think that store and restaurant workers in America who catch Covid-19 are staying home to recover and keep the public safe. But millions of frontline employees aren't able to do that without missing a paycheck. 67 years old guy at my work show up today without mask He tested POSITIVE FOR COVID last Friday. He is not VACCINATE 😳😬😬 OMFG This is NOTHING new. People have been going to work sick for decades. American companies aren’t generous with benefits especially if you have low paying workers. Maybe now that’ll change?!?! Employers are also forcing employees to get the vaccine so they can force them back to work sooner

New Mexico Asks National Guard To Sub For Sick Teachers Amid OmicronNew Mexico is the first state to report recruiting troops into the classroom in response to COVID-19 staffing shortages.

New Mexico asks National Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicronNew Mexico is asking National Guard troops and state bureaucrats to volunteer to serve as substitute teachers as preschools and K-12 public schools struggle to keep classrooms open amid surging COVID-19 infections.

I love Anna Delvey ‘in a sick way’: Julia Garner on ‘Inventing Anna’ roleActress Julia Garner visited Anna Delvey in prison to prepare for her “Inventing Anna” role and said the grifter “gets less soft-spoken when she wants something.”

Monarch butterflies cling together on the branches of eucalyptus trees. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) I wrote about the apparent rebound of migrating Western monarch butterflies in California in October. The good news: The rebound is for real. Times writer Jeanette Marantos reports that, after a dismal 2020-21 season, monarchs are back in a zone that stretches from northern Baja, Mexico, to Central California. Richard Rachman, who spends his free time counting monarchs in the L.A. area, found about 725 near a gated community in Zuma Canyon on a recent early morning. “I tell people to look for little Doritos,” he told The Times. That’s what the monarchs look like when they are resting in eucalyptus trees. Last season’s coastal travelers numbered just 1,914; this year, more than 200,000 have been sighted at overwintering sites. Read the full story about — and how you can help. The red flag An orphaned bear cub in a 2021 wildfire area in Plumas County, Calif. (Eugene Garcia / Associated Press) Another possible consequence of wildfires: black bears getting hit by cars. Times writer Louis Sahagún reports: “The unprecedented surge in deadly vehicle strikes is likely the result of bears fleeing massive wildfires in the Sierra Nevada, as well as the effects of drought, according to biologists.” It’s not known exactly how many bears have died on roadways. Some numbers, however, do exist. Thirteen bears were killed last year along a stretch of U.S. 395 in the Eastern Sierra; in 2019, that figure was four. Read more about how as wildfire, drought and traffic take a heavy toll. P.S. A month in the life of a maple tree. (Raul Roa / Times Community News) You are looking at a maple tree and a little bit of time traveling.