There are times when we discover a word that maybe we didn’t even realise we needed, but after we are inducted we’d feel lost without. For me, this word – or one of them – is petrichor. The Oxford English
Stephen King just loves dead things coming back to life. The Pet Sematary author hit Twitter over the weekend to recommend Netflix’s new zombie series Black Summer. “Just when you think there’s no more
This past month, Brit + Co art directors, Kayla Haykin and Cassidy Miller, went to Aarhus, Denmark to attend a food styling and photography masterclass put on by Sif Orellana of Sisterhood Retreats. Orellana
Do you love to read? If so, you probably have a favorite bookmark. While simple paper page-markers can get the job done, MyBookmark believes that these tiny tools are packed with potential, culminating
Tardiness is rampant in the workplace. 2014 research by YouGov found that, while nearly half of Americans are never late for work, nearly one fifth (19 percent) arrive late for work at least once a week.
Jeffrey really is the luckiest guy. Every couple has their song. For my husband and me, it’s “Sigh No More” by Mumford & Sons—the romantic (but, yeah, rowdy) folk tune that we walked down the aisle to.
The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Throughline, the newest addition to NPR's podcast roster, provides the history we sometimes forget — or didn't know in the first place — of events
She’s the woman who has set Lit Twitter alight, or – as the Guardian can exclusively reveal! – the women who have. The Bougie London Literary Woman account (@BougieLitWoman), with 14,000 followers and
An unauthorized sex therapy clinic secretly run by British teenagers within the walls of their strangely American secondary school needs a good soundtrack. Netflix's latest release, Sex Education, features