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Looking to up your photography game? Luckily, the Cooperative of Photography has created a fantastic video on photographic composition using tips and images by legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry.
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How settling can make people happier and more satisfied than gunning for "the best" Over a decade ago, psychologist Barry Schwartz published what might be the ultimate psychological life-hacking tome,
More than Words: The Illustrated Love Letters, Thank-You Notes, and Travelogues of Great Artists, from Kahlo to Calder to
“Letter writing is probably the most beautiful manifestation in human relations, in fact, it is its finest residue.” Virginia Woolf aptly called letter writing “the humane art.” But what amplifies the
Lawley, 25, appears in the magazine's "Rookies" section, but she's far from new to the modeling world. Here's everything you need to know about Lawley, the model who ignited a nation-wide debate this over
Many of us will experience a significant trauma in our lives, says Lesley Evans Ogden. Yet could there be ways to avoid reliving the memories? It was no ordinary honeymoon. After boarding their flight
Using religion to brutalize other people is not a Muslim invention, nor is it foreign to the American experience. People who wonder why the president does not talk more about race would do well to examine
If you're a female CEO looking for funding the numbers have traditionally looked bleak. According to research conducted by the multi-university program The Diana Project, only 2.7 percent of U.S. companies
Female standards of beauty change over time, and what was considered attractive only 10 or 20 years ago might not be anymore. But how have these ideals shifted over a much longer period of 3,000 years?