The conflict in Ukraine has upended almost every facet of daily life there, including dating. The Washington Post reports on the reality of forming and sustaining relationships during wartime.
What parenting looks like in 2022
As a mother of two rebellious little girls and one tiny feminist boy, I have plenty of parenting experience.
We need feminism for many reasons, but the biggest reason for me, personally, is for the people who call me “Mom.”
These articles show why we need feminist practices within parenthood, and what they would look like.
Can dogs smell time? Just ask Donut the dog
NPR uses the story of Donut, the eternally punctual pup, to explain how dogs might use their hypersensitive noses in lieu of a clock, tracking olfactory clues and fading odours to keep on schedule.
Have Hellmann's taken it one step too far? Their Mayo-nog recipe includes vanilla extract, rum and mayonnaise. The Washington Post weighs in on this festive drink.
Today is the winter solstice. Discover more about the year's shortest day in this article from The Washington Post.
Spain to trial shorter working week to help boost productivity
Here's your daily dose of good news. The four day work week is looking like an increasing likely reality in Europe. It has been confirmed that the Spanish government will be trialling a shorter week.
How are women treated in Qatar?
Human rights in Qatar have been at the center of public discussion for some time. El Pais speaks to women in Qatar about their lives, and rights.
Gen Z has a language that is used almost exclusively to communicate with those in the generation. Now they're stepping into the office, the Washington Post explores how to mitigate misinterpretations.
BeReal was 2022's top app. Where does it go in 2023?
You have probably "been real" at some point in 2022. Although social media app BeReal was launched 2 years ago, this year it took the world by storm. Mashable weighs in on what the future holds.
Nearly half of 18 to 29-year-olds in the U.S. still live at home. Bloomberg reports the trend is benefiting discretionary spending and is partly responsible for a surge in popularity of luxury items.
The silent struggles of workers with ADHD
Global data from 2020 estimates the rate of adult ADHD at 2.58% (yet many people remain undiagnosed). BBC investigates the common struggles many of those with ADHD face in a professional environment.
Can younger workers speak up without managers bristling?
BBC Worklife investigates a generational battle underway as younger members of the workforce push to have a say, while some older workers say "wait your turn."
Everyone has different ways of dealing with grief. This personal, touching piece from the Washington Post touches on one particular feeling that is often omitted from the conversation.
'Wednesday' has taken the world by storm, smashing records ahead of awards season. The Guardian looks into the impact the hit show has quickly had on fashion.
Why we feel like Christmas comes around more quickly each year
Is Christmas coming earlier every year? It sure feels that way, according to this essay in The Conversation. But it has less to do with when holiday lights go up than with how we experience time.
In this Guardian article, we hear the case for "slow travel" and are advised on different ways we can implement the practice into our lifestyles.