Avoiding vegetables and only drinking cider, beer and wine, may not seem the obvious way to stay trim, but in Georgian England it was the ultimate dietary regime for the ‘manly gentleman.’ Researchers
You want a beard to complement the shape of your face. Symmetry plays a big part in how aesthetically pleasing something is; if you've got a long, narrow face, you don't want to grow an Abe Lincoln beard
I don't know a ton about grammar. My girlfriend taught me almost everything I know over the course of 30 minutes one night when I was 21, shortly after graduating college with an English degree. I've thought
By Gregory Ciotti, marketing at Help Scout Music is regarded as one of the triumphs of human creativity. But does music itself help one to create? It's a question worth asking, since music has increasingly
Before you criticize someone, try walking a mile in his or her shoes. Chances are, you've heard that proverbial advice in one form or another. One could say it perfectly illustrates the quality of empathy,
During this period of political and economic change in America, it is worth examining how the how the rise of populism and angst is shaping the political landscape on both sides of the aisle. Part of Sanders'
When I think about reading Shakespeare — or, better, seeing his work performed live — my most cherished bits are those in which Shakespeare makes up a word all his own simply to fit the meter, or as a
By Marylou Tousignant This week marks the 452nd anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare as well as the 400th anniversary of his death. Both of these monumental events occurred in the English village
Although correct grammar in speech and writing is very important, in professional settings, it can make or break your career. Check out these 14 words that, when used incorrectly, make you look very unprofessional.