Loneliness can be assuaged by developing a healthy routine, by making time not only for work but for exercise by, perhaps, taking a walk amid nature, writes Panna Shah.
Janison: Keep an eye on who and what go out the door
Disputes over the material props of the president's office would mark a fitting end to the Trump tenure.
Brown: On the road to budget Armageddon, or maybe not
Armageddon, defined, is a final destructive battle or conflict. In Suffolk, at least, the meaning could be stretched to, well, hoping to avoid all hell breaking loose.
Asking the Clergy: How Advent prepares Christians for Christmas
"This year, Advent will be felt more palpably than in years past because of what we are experiencing," writes the Rev. Kevin O'Hara.
Janison: Trump throws wrenches in the gears again
Trump allies keep helping him obstruct government operations from within the administration, now into his lame-duck period.
Janison: They commit reputational suicide for Trump
Appointees Trump has purged tend to emerge with their reputations intact, but once-prominent officials who prop up his fantastical claims squander their credibility.
Janison: Obstacles, opportunities await Biden
The president-elect's rhetoric on governance sounds normal to the point of cliche. But it may be enough.
Janison: The American system looks intact
Trump's self-interested acts failed to cause irreparable damage to U.S. institutions, which will survive his presidency.
My Turn: Being 'there' for one another 60 years and counting
First, I must tell you of the struggles my grandparents encountered coming to America from Poland, writes Sheila Kwitkin Zimmerman.
Asking the Clergy: Disappointment in the election
This week's clergy discuss how faith can help process a loss, unify a divided nation and teach compassion for those on the other side.
God Squad: More questions from kids about God
There are lots of payers, but there are only four kinds of prayers: thanks, gimme, oops and wow!, writes Rabbi Marc Gellman.