In her book Killosophy, poet and aphorist Criss Jami says, "Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to hell." I'm an introvert. I like to write. I like to read. I like to think.
Want to clock some quality alone time this summer? These remote destinations have you covered. Sometimes, you go on vacation to spend time socializing with friends, family and that fun couple you met your
If you've dreamt of seeing the Amazon rainforest with your own eyes, you better start planning that trip soon. Many of the world's most spectacular natural wonders are disappearing with devastating speed.
Traveling through California is like getting a crash course in America's natural beauty: the windswept deserts, Redwood forests, rocky coastlines, and rows of vines. Add to that some world-famous architecture
Raconteur Anthony Bourdain has been traveling almost non-stop since 2000. He’s adventured a lot. He’s eaten a lot. He’s drunk a loooooot. That doesn’t mean there still aren’t things that get under the
You might beg to differ, however. Every once in a while, we come across a scientific finding that puzzles the crap out of us. This is one of them. A new scientific theory published in the journal Biological
Psychology and business success go hand in hand. It's been well documented that people like Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Richard Branson all have unique mindsets that have contributed to their success.
Being constantly late, losing your phone, spending too much money, dating the same inadvisable people—these are all errors that human beings make over and over again. But it has more to do with how the
We're fired up about this. Now here’s an idea we hope catches fire. Aurora, Colorado’s third largest city, recently announced how it will use $1.5 million generated from a tax on recreational pot to supporting
To me the connotations of “poetic” are that there’s some human choice that comes into how we talk about the world. In particular, when it comes to questions of morality and meaning, the way we go about
Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, lost a legal battle Wednesday to keep records and testimony about its bestselling and widely abused painkiller secret. A judge in Pike County, Kentucky, a region
It's the one thing everyone should know how to rustle up. A classic Italian basic, a good tomato sauce with a rich powerful flavour is perfect for pizzas, pasta, adding to casseroles or for baking fish.
A well organized work space has tremendous benefits. It makes you feel in control and clearly focus and define areas that may need proper attention. An organized space can literally eliminate distractions,
According to a new study that appears in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, the key to forgetting could lie in simply changing the way we think about the "context" surrounding our memories. is
But while they may seem simple — that's the point — some are actually designed to get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. In other words: they're trick questions. "To uncover