March 12, 2020

The Perfect Pantry Essentials Guide

There’s nothing more comforting than seeing a fully-stocked pantry during times of uncertainty. Now that the World Health Organization has officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, it’s worth making sure your kitchen has the essentials that…

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March 9, 2020

Apps That Help Simplify Parenthood

It’s understandable that finding yet another reason to use your phone these days can be a setback to living life distraction-free, but hear us out. Uncontrollable chaos comes with the parenting package, and sometimes, you just need an…

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March 3, 2020

Italian Principal Offer Words of Wisdom in Light of the Global Coronavirus Pandemic

The rise of the coronavirus plague has no doubt instilled sense of heightened concern across the globe. China, Japan, Italy, South Korea, and Iran have the world’s leading number of coronavirus cases, resulting in new travel restrictions in an effort to reduce the pace of the spread. As the rest of the glove prepares to face life’s invisible nemesis, the development of fear and exercise of judgement has been a interesting test of humanity’s character.

In response to the virus, the Italian government has decided to close all schools until mid-March. Educational institutions, public festivals, sports matches, and museums may be closed for the time being, but are these closings enough to justify the discontinuation of normal, everyday life?

Milanese high school principal Domenico Squillace wrote a powerful letter to his students addressing life’s best secrets we shouldn’t lose sight of in spite of the rising concerns for an enemy we cannot see. Where there is death and suffering, there is also life, and those who are able, young, and healthy have no reason to put daily life to a standstill.

Read the full letter below.

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March 3, 2020

Daylight Savings: How to Avoid Messing Up Your Circadian Rhythm

For many, going to bed early can be a difficulty. Daylight Savings Day is coming up this Sunday, and it’s never the easiest since we are already “losing” an hour of our day in adjustment with the increasing presence…

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March 2, 2020

In New York, It’s Time to BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag)

In case you haven’t had the chance to do your grocery shopping yet, here’s a quick heads up: it’s time to BYOB. No, not Bring Your Own Bottle (although you could if there are vendors selling unpackaged…

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February 29, 2020

What’s It Like Being a Leap Year Baby?

It’s certainly not normal for one to have a birthday that does not exist on the annual calendar. Out of the 365 days a year, February 29th is the most controversial birthdates of all. Luckily for 2020, February 29th…

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February 27, 2020

My Uphill Battle for Privacy and Freedom During My Teens

If I could describe how I navigated my teen years during the early 2000’s, it would be like riding a rollercoaster that was often on the verge of spinning out of control. For the most part, I was pretty…

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February 26, 2020

Fatherhood: It’s the Little Moments That Count

For Geoffrey Fuller, husband of blogger and fashion influencer Emily Schuman, the journey of being a father has been a rewarding one. He’s witnessed his daughter Sloan’s first steps and first words, but while it’s easy to…

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February 25, 2020

Female Cartoon Characters We Loved in the 2000’s (And Still Do)

Growing up during the height of cable TV was a great one. Saturday mornings were for cartoon marathons in front of the big screen while eating breakfast in your PJs. As a girl, I was constantly on the lookout for…

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February 24, 2020

Vanessa Shares Heartwarming Message for Husband Kobe and Daughter Gigi

In the English language, there’s a word for when a child loses a parent and when a woman loses a husband, but there’s no word for a woman who has lost both a husband and a child.After…

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