Introverted podcasters are demure yet outspoken, shy yet passionate, private yet public. In her podcast "Hiding In The Bathroom," Morra Aarons-Mele explores what it means to find success in spite of (and perhaps even because of) your introverted tendencies.
US crude oil inventories have increased for 9 consecutive weeks to start the year. Rising US inventories have created concerns about OPEC production cuts. However, declines in U.S. oil inventories in late March revived oil prices a bit. Oil markets now shift attention to the upcoming OPEC meeting.
The longstanding mystery surrounding Antarctica's Blood Falls has finally been solved. The deep red falls were first discovered in Antarctica in 1911 where scientists noticed a river had stained the surrounding cliff of ice with a dark red color.
Entrepreneur Meg He is a true global citizen. When she’s not in New York working with her ADAY co-founder, Nina Faulhaber, she’s jetting to London, Paris, even Oman and Namibia for both solo travels and work jaunts. It’s no wonder He chose Heathrow Airport as her sanctuary.
David Woodhouse, 48, has long had a passion for beautiful automotive design. Growing up the son of garage owners in Worcester, England, exposed him early to such classic British cars as Coopers and Altas. It’s no surprise that his sanctuary, so to speak, is racing and working on vintage cars.
Gwen Jorgensen didn’t grow up planning to be a triathlete. She swam and ran competitively in college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, but had never ridden a bike — so she was surprised to receive a recruiting call from USA Triathlon that convinced her to give it a try.