Three years after Bourdain's death, this doc explores the man behind the persona and the people who truly knew him.
Hollywood speech and dialect coach @samarabay shares her top reads on harnessing the power of your voice—plus, one way to put it to use, right away:
"From the moment we are born, we are hardwired to seek attachment to others."
It's okay to take the better parts of WFH and incorporate them into your newly re-opened office routine.
No, it doesn't make for an action-packed dystopian future flick, but the robots are here and they are making things kind of worse.
Are millennials starting to see through the shiny Instagram posts?
Design-over-quality products were doing it for lots of customers in the 2010's . . . but that might be changing.
Did a year go by in the blink of an eye?
While you can't actually slow down time, you can change how you perceive it.
Don't spoil your summer with spoiled berries.
The pros have tips on keeping those farmer's market goodies fresh:
"I’m sure I’ll continue to modify this system, but the key to all of it is: the less you own, the happier you are."
At best, a misplaced or misused comma can be irritating.
At worst, they can be really expensive.
Burgers and fries and bears, oh my!
See how fast food prices can signal change in the stock market.
If you forget everything else, just remember to take some down time — seriously, studies show it boosts your memory.
Alexa, send a tweet that questions whether or not it's a good idea to trust our voice assistants.
There might be something to learn about how actual smart people talk about themselves (or don't).
Killer clowns, showing up naked to work, or both — new research shows bad dreams can have very positive effects.
Maybe you didn't make a sourdough starter or write the next King Lear during lock down — but you made it this far.
From a town that abolished the police to the problematic representation of police on TV — these are the essays, interviews, and articles Pocket users have been reading and saving about the fight for racial equity, justice and Black lives since May 2020:
Giles says, “There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to activism and speaking up for your community.” So explore some options! Check out ideas from the @ADL — from creating awareness campaigns across social media to fundraising. adl.org/education/reso… 5/5
The negative effects of gentrification can’t be ignored. @creativechrys includes articles on this issue, including things to look out for and ways to help. You might think you know what gentrification is, but do you REALLY know? urbandisplacement.org/gentrification… 3/5