Sensitivity is perhaps the most underrated quality in the world. It’s too often associated with fragility and weakness when it’s actually a tremendous strength.
When I was 23-years-old, I accepted a job as an English teacher in Georgia — the post-Soviet republic and birthplace of Joseph Stalin.
The first few months out of college are exhilarating. It’s summertime, you don’t have fall classes lined up and anything seems possible.
Most of us have somehow turned our new relationships into serious commitments, and we hope to God the other people don’t break our hearts.
A few days ago, a coworker’s iPhone alarm went off in the office and I felt myself cringe. It was the exact same alarm I use every morning — a sound I’ve grown to despise.
They say being unemployed is a job in itself, and I couldn’t agree more. You have to tailor your résumé to each job, craft clever cover letters (but make sure it doesn’t look like you’re trying too hard), attend networking events, connect with industry professionals and colleagues from your alma mater, keep yourself busy with volunteering or a job, stay on top of industry trends and prep for interviews.
All the unknowns and “what-ifs” of traveling across the world used to be some of the main reasons why people chose to stay safely confined to their comfort zones, never straying from the familiar.
There is a huge misconception that the best time to start investing is when you have a large amount of money.
When it comes to dating, it’s hard to not take small things personally. Whether over a breakup or a silly comment, it’s natural to take certain things to heart.
Sous-vide is a culinary technique that has changed the way people around the world cook and eat. Despite its use industrially for over 50 years, home cooks have just caught on in the past decade thanks to its safety, its easy use and the satisfying food it produces.
Sometimes, I like to stand in the pantry and stare at my roommates’ food. But, I’m no thief. I don’t steal their food.
Want to see how much land you’ve covered? Google Maps is rolling out a new feature for Android and desktop called Your Timeline that will display your location history in a handy timeline view.
If you have a weakness for cheese, there’s a good chance you’re probably a big fan of Cheetos. Let’s be real, there aren’t many things in life that can top a delicious bag of Cheetos or it’s Flamin’ Hot cousin.
What happens when the person you’re trying to stay in shape for leaves, or your crush actually isn’t into a physically fit person?
Unless you’re one of those people who lives in a place where 65 degrees and cloudy is considered sweatshirt weather, there are only a few months out of the year when it’s actually enjoyable to be outside for extended periods of time.
Commitment-phobes get a lot of bad press. From Beyoncé telling us to put a ring on it, to Millennials complaining about hook-up culture fuelled by dating apps and social media, not committing is definitely not something to be proud of.
I woke up at 6 am this morning, three hours before I’m supposed to be in the office, and was still 10 minutes late to work.
These furry little mongrels will brighten your day with their flopsy, big footed, fuzzy, loveable selves.
‘Caddyshack‘ is one of the greatest comedies movies of all time, as well as one of best sports movies ever.
Well, that escalated quickly. We’ve all had weird Tinder conversations before. Personally, I’ve had two separate girls admit they were 9/11 conspiracy theorists within the first three lines of dialogue.