Category: World

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Debate Drinking Game

As we approach the first Presidential Debate this Tuesday, adding levity to such a charged evening seems both impossible and necessary– but I do believe that it is feasible to simultaneously pay attention and poke […]

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The side effect of covid we don’t discuss enough

Does ‘tired’ count as a mood? Lately, that’s been mine. There’s nothing more frustrating than being unable to summon energy to engage in areas of life that would normally inspire or excite you, and being […]

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When Social Distance Leads to Inner Connection

Week 10 of quarantine is winding down, and some things just hit different. At least, that’s according to social media. In a world turned upside down, we are constantly surprised: surprised by the things we […]

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Is Coronavirus the Shift Working Women Need?

This morning, after overhearing some frivolous conversation between my sisters and I over breakfast, my father said he was “sorry for making us girls,” because it “made life harder.” My family is predominantly women, and […]

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The DL on Long Distance Relationships: Quarantine Edition

Even in a pre-COVID era, many of us weren’t strangers to maintaining long-distance relationships, platonic or otherwise. The average individual today has many more connections to manage across various states, countries, and time zones than […]

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When a Pandemic Exposes a Generation

Lately, I’ve felt like I’m living in a terrible version of a middle school library book. You know, the ones where the character has two choices and you can flip to the corresponding page to […]

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WFH without the WTF: My Favorite Working from Home Hacks

Working from home is a classic blessing in disguise. For many, the flexibility to forego a morning commute and office cubicle in favor of working from the comfort of home is extremely desirable. For others, […]

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The (not so?) Lost Art of Being Alone

In today’s world, connectivity is a way of life. Whether via text, Facetime, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, Apple News… we are always plugged in and consistently inundated with notifications. Home by yourself? Check your […]