Christmas cacti aren't exactly the kind of plant you'd think they'd be—they don't bloom red and green shades, like their festive name might suggest, but instead produce bright flowers in shades of pink
The job interview game begins with a simple and often understated question: “Why should I hire you?” Many interviewers won’t come right out and ask it directly, but it’s always there. Playing to win in
The two most ruthless domestic slave traders in America had a secret language for their business. Slave trading was a “game.” The men, Isaac Franklin and John Armfield, were daring “pirates” or “one-eyed
Once every few months, I take my iPhone and go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. I skip the offer to use a backup, or transfer data, and build from the factory settings.
For some, it was The Crown, for others, it was Outlander. But right now, in American pop culture, the Scottish Highlands has never been more romanticized: its sprawling fields of gold, its rolling sheep-dotted