Rebecca Lam

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9 Beauty Bloggers Who Can Help You Nail the Strobing Trend

Just when we had finally figured out contouring, the beauty tides changed and strobing is now all the rage. We’re not complaining, though — this soft, glowy look is perfect for summer and <i>so</i> much easier than contouring. Not sure what strobing is, or how to do it? These nine beauty bloggers are here …

Beauty

My life has not been the same since I started using this amazing meditation app

It has a lot to say.<p>I need to work harder, I need to do laundry tonight, I need to be more polite, I can't forget to bring my lunch to work tomorrow, when does the next 'Avengers' movie come out? Remember to say hi to the doorman next time you're being rude, what do my coworkers think of me? I hope …

Anxiety is partly inherited, new study shows

The brain function that underlies anxiety and depression is inherited, a new study finds — but there is still plenty of space for experience and …

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The Only Way to Stop Stressing About a Task Is to Finally Start It

Everyone struggles with procrastination now and then, sometimes because the stress about starting a task keeps us from acting. David Cain points out …

What Your Birth Order Says About Your Personality

Birth order myths aren’t just fascinating cocktail-party talk. (You are totally a middle child!) There are solid psychological reasons why many …

The Single Best Piece of Marriage Advice Ever Given

First, some numbers: I’ve been married (to the same person) for twenty-seven years. Those twenty-seven years have included six in which we were …

10 Surprising Facts About How Our Brain Works

By In5D on June 1, 2015 in Health<p>by Belle Beth Cooper, BufferApp<p>One of the things that surprises me time and time again is how we think our brains …