I’m newly sober and dog-paddling through the booze all around me. It’s summer, and Whole Foods has planted rosé throughout the store. Rosé is great with fish! And strawberries! And vegan protein powder!
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Microsoft Excel is an amazing piece of software, and even regular users might not be getting as much out of it as they can. Improve your Excel efficiency and proficiency with these basic shortcuts and
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Did you know that in every language, there are more negative words than positive ones? It seems we need lots of words to describe our negative
Editor's note: This is an encore presentation of Alt.Latino from September 2012. Dominican author Junot Diaz joins us this week on Alt.Latino. Best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Brief
A new study found that many people who befriend their former lovers are narcissists and psychopaths. We spoke with an expert to understand why your troubled ex-boyfriend has been sliding into your DMs.
Tips that every solo traveler should know before starting a trip. Join a Free City Walking Tour The first time I did a free walking tour was in Stockholm. I held back in the corner at first, slightly about
Turns out, a loose muscle is a strong muscle Like most guys, I hated stretching. Why waste time sitting around when I could cram in more lifting? It hurt to learn that I was wrong—throbbed like hell, I
Most runners will have at least heard of the foam roller, or encountered it in a gym. But many of us – myself included – are a little clueless when it comes to actually using it. The same applies to other
Written by Sheena McKenzie, CNN "London's streets are paved with gold," goes the old saying. And this week, the legend held true. Among the city's red double-decker buses and black cabs, gleaming gold
Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this. But