Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Why Understanding Infidelity Is The Key To Relationships That Last

Love is messy; infidelity more so. But it is also a window, like none other, into the crevices of the human heart. Renowned couples therapist and TED speaker Esther Perel is the best-selling author of Mating in Captivity and the host of … Read More »

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Anthony Bourdain’s New Documentary Promises To Reinvent Food Waste

Finally! Anthony Bourdain’s upcoming documentary will explore the food waste problem in America, where a staggering 40 percent of food produced is tossed. Wasted! The Story Of Food Waste challenges industry leaders like Dan Barber, Tristram Stuart, and Mario Batali to … Read More »

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3 Tech-Boosted Steps To Build Mindfulness Every Day

A thoughtful use of technology can actually lead to increased mindfulness. Technology gets a bad rap in the mindfulness department, but if you’re, well, mindfulabout how gadgets fit into your life, they can actually help you stay present—and help you reach … Read More »

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4 Reasons You’re Not Getting Stronger (And What To Do About It)

Don’t get discouraged. You’re diligently waking up at 6 a.m., lifting weights, running, and eating relatively well. Still, no matter how hard you try, you constantly feel sore, your body feels heavy, and you’re not getting stronger. While there’s no one … Read More »

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A Nutritionist-Designed Dinner To Calm Inflammation & Heal Your Gut

Plus, it tastes delicious. One of the first things I learned in nutrition school is that you’re not what you eat, you’re what you digest and absorb. The gut is the second brain of the body and is so vitally … Read More »

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Undocumented Immigrants Describe Life Under DACA, and How Games Helped Them

America’s immigration system is broken, and one of its few lifelines may soon disappear, causing stress and anguish for those whose lives were changed by DACA. One day in 2008, out of the blue, Lucas Guimaraes’ father announced they were … Read More »

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Is Baltimore’s DIY Art Scene Being Killed Off?

After the Ghost Ship warehouse fire, a series of high-profile venue closures in the low-profile scene have shown the kind of ugly aftereffects a national tragedy can bring. Not long ago, Baltimore was a bubbling hub of DIY artistic activity. … Read More »

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Ditching Disposables: (Easy!) Tips for Zero-Waste Living

We started Bee’s Wrap because we knew there had to be a better way. With every sheet of plastic wrap that went into the garbage can, every disposable sandwich bag that we tossed, we cringed. We wanted a durable, reusable solution … Read More »

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Can emissions shrink while the economy grows? | Science Matters | David Suzuki Foundation

What does climate change have to do with economic growth? Canada’s prime minister and premiers signed a deal in December to “grow our economy, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and build resilience to the impacts of a changing climate.” The … Read More »

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SA western ‘more than cowboys and hats’ – BBC News

“Modern-day South African western” Five Fingers for Marseilles premieres this week at the Toronto International Film Festival.The film’s screenwriter and producer Sean Drummond told us why a fresh spin on this beloved genre was the perfect way to look at … Read More »

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