Month: March 2022

The U.S. government announced Wednesday that citizens will be able to select the gender-neutral option “X” on their passports, starting April 11. The announcement was made by the State Department on the eve of the Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, an international event celebrating the transgender community and raising awareness against transphobia. Jessica
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There are all different kinds of romantic relationships. Some types of romantic passion are super intense, then the intense feelings burn out quickly. Others maintain a slow burn for years to come. Relationships progress in different ways, but what’s pretty universal is how those early stages of passion can make us all feel a little
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Parents, rejoice! A genius inventor has come up with a brilliant foot-saver, designed to deal with the most menacing of toys – the dreaded Lego. Matty Benedetto, host of YouTube channel Unnecessary Inventions, has invented a vacuum that sucks up various-sized bricks, hopefully spelling an eventual end to Lego-related injuries. [embedded content] If Benedetto’s invention
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On this episode, we chat about how to define productivity—and how what productivity means has changed over time, especially with the advent of knowledge work. Topics covered include: The misconceptions we have about productivity; How time management is less important than it used to be; How the productivity landscape has shifted; How most productivity advice
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