Jacqueline Morris

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The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya, Elizabeth Weil

A riveting tale of dislocation, survival, and the power of stories to break or save us Clemantine Wamariya was six years old when her mother and …

The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

An Overview of the Famous Book by Erving Goffman<p><i>The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life</i> is a book that was published in the U.S. in 1959, written …

It’s Time for Trump Voters to Face the Bitter Truth

Republicans elected a president who promised to take on D.C.—instead, Trump has presided over an extraordinary auction of access and influence.<p>Donald Trump promised to “drain the swamp” while running for office. Voters gave him the opportunity to follow through when they propelled him to the White …

Donald Trump

Seriously: There Are Only 10 Foods That All Nutritionists Recommend

There are so many clashing nutrition philosophies in the world, it can make a person's head explode. I learned this firsthand when I sent my …

Trump Loudly Insists That He Is Incompetent

Either the Department of Justice is correct that he surrounded himself with lawbreakers, or the people he chose to run the federal justice system are incompetents and rogues.<p>Donald Trump’s supporters insist that the public shouldn’t lose faith in the president as Robert Mueller and the Department …

Donald Trump

13 of the Most Controversial Books of All Time

Despite the heated controversy surrounding these lightning-rod books, they continue to live on in hearts, minds, and libraries around the …

Free Eye-Catching Résumé Templates To Help You Stand Out From The Crowd

<b>Competition in the</b> employment market can be tough. Thanks to this list of 17 free résumé templates by Creative Bloq, you can choose from a variety of …

7 Bad Habits Truly Wealthy People Never Have

Almost all of those in the 1 percent have this in common: They don't spend their time doing these things.<p><i>What does the 1 percent do with their time compared to the 99 percent? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better</i> …

Success

Finland has found the answer to homelessness. It couldn’t be simpler | Harry Quilter-Pinner

The number of rough sleepers in Britain is soaring, with deaths now a weekly occurrence. It’s time we got over our prejudices<p>“I was born in Liverpool and grew up on a council estate. I had a clean home, toys and nice meals as a kid. When I was nine years old, the sexual abuse started. My abusers …

Homelessness

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

We're big fans of spatchcocking - that's when the backbone of a chicken is removed and flattened out. The beauty of this extra step is that all parts …

Roxane Gay Tells Us About Daring to Be Fat

Real talk about 'Hunger,' the author's unsparing memoir about fatness, trauma, and the body.<p>On a Wednesday night in March, the line to have your book signed by Roxane Gay snaked out of the Philadelphia Free Library and onto the street. Several fans burst into tears while shaking her hand. Packed …

'The Alice Network' Is A Crackling Tale Of Spies And Suspense

"Solve for X." That's the phrase invoked repeatedly by Charlotte "Charlie" St. Clair, the brainy college student at the center of Kate Quinn's exciting new novel, <i>The Alice Network</i>. In the aftermath of World War II, Charlie is thrown together with a veteran female spy from the previous war in a …

Track Down

21 Places to Stay if You Care About the Planet

Travel<p>Sustainable, spectacular, and engaged with local communities, these lodges are tucked into some of the planet’s wildest places.<p>From a handful of rustic lodges committed to conservation back in the early 1990s, sustainable tourism is now transforming the global travel industry, and in the …

National Parks

How Did I Not Know About Pork Gyros?

You can go your whole life not realizing that pipe cleaners were once used to clean pipes or that there is an arrow hidden in the logo for FedEx, between the E and the X. I know someone who was 30 before she grasped that the Sundance Institute was named for Robert Redford’s role in “Butch Cassidy …

Recipes

Your Most Epic European Road Trip, Mapped

It's beginning to be that perfect time of year when you can grab a few friends, put a car in gear, and take off into the unknown. Road trips are …

European Travel

How to plan for success while holding down a job you don’t love

When every day is a tough day for you at work, it’s easy to wallow in your feelings. But there are ways to make the most of your position by thinking …

Self-improvement

Paris Review - James Ellroy, The Art of Fiction No. 201

Interviewed by Nathaniel Rich<p>Issue 190, Fall 2009<p>Ellroy in 2008.<p>Reading James Ellroy’s novels, it’s tempting to imagine the sixty-one-year-old author as a hyperactive, shotgun-toting, trash-talking connoisseur of crime, women, and American history, the kind of guy who pals around with homicide …

Are the Super-Rich Really Ruining the World’s Great Cities?

Every time I have visited London over the past several years, I invariably hear the same story from my taxi driver. As we drive past Hyde Park on the way to or from the airport, he will say, “You see that building?” nodding towards a modern glass tower next to the Mandarin Oriental hotel. “Some of …

Urban Design

These Roasted Chickpea Recipes Are A Dream Come True

Make these roasted chickpeas 4 ways for a tasty, high-protein snack<p>View this post on Facebook

Your All-in-One Guide to the Best Vegan Sources of Protein

With the rise in popularity of ingredients like tempeh and chia seeds, getting your fill of protein on a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be a challenge. In fact, options are pretty limitless and flexible these days, and it’s important to know your options, what each of them offers, and how you can …

Travelling on a budget? This Asian city has the most affordable accommodation prices in the world

Looking for a cheap place to stay on your next trip? Better head to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the most affordable city for accommodation, according to research compiled in a new study.<p>Online campsite booking platform Campsy compared the price of accommodation in more than 200 cities and regions …

Kuala Lumpur

We All Know Peas Are Nutritious, But Here's Exactly Why

That's a whole lot of protein.<p>There’s a reason your mom made you eat your peas when you were a kid.<p>This vegetable (which is actually a seed of a fruit, botanically speaking) might be small, but it turns out to be a nutritional powerhouse. Ever wonder how, exactly?<p>First off, they’re a good source of …

Sleeping with the fishes: 8 fabulous underwater hotels

Fan of unusual hotels? Well, staying in a room with an under-the-sea view is no longer a sci-fi dream; get your snorkel gear on and take a peek at …

7 Spectacular Budget Beach Spots You've Likely Never Heard Of

The notion of soaking up sunshine in a far-away land often comes with the dread of large crowds of tourists, and even larger costs. The truth is, it …

32 delicious foods to try in Chicago

1. Deep dish from Giordano’s.<p>2. Thin crust from Bar Siena.<p>3. One of each taco from Velvet Taco.<p>4. A big juicy steak from Chop.<p>5. Oysters from the …

French Fries

25 Museums You Need to See in Your Lifetime

Whether you're a purveyor of fine art or prefer arts and crafts, these museums will take your breath away.<p>TripAdvisor recently released its list of the world's top 25 museums, basing the findings off its reviews from real travelers. The comprehensive ranking includes museums from all corners of the …

From the Ivory Tower Kitchen: Stop Undervaluing "Ethnic" Food

The approximately 3.5 million individuals of Indian origin who live in the United States collectively have the highest per capita income of any single ethnic group and also comprise more than three times the overall national percentage in terms of achievement of higher education (bachelor's degree …

Don't Toss That Sour Milk! And Other Tips To Cut Kitchen Food Waste

One man's trash is another man's treasure.<p>As we show in the video above, this is what chef Dan Barber demonstrated earlier this year, when he temporarily turned Blue Hill, his Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City, into an incubator for garbage-to-plate dining.<p>Barber's intent was to raise …

Breakfast

Paraplegic man walks with own legs again

American man, 26, completes 3.5-metre course thanks to computer system that reroutes signals from his brain to electrodes on his knees<p>A man who lost the use of his legs to a spinal cord injury has walked again after scientists rerouted signals from his brain to electrodes on his knees. The …

Brainwaves