Everyone has a daily routine that they stick to, even if that just means getting up and brushing your teeth. Have you ever thought about your daily habits and how they change your life? Small acts like always washing your dishes or opening your windows might seem like they don’t
By Kate Haverston A lot of folks in America and beyond still refuse to believe in the concept of white privilege. Some of them even believe the ‘white man’s’ way of life is under threat, or that he’s somehow become an endangered species in the age of globalization and inclusion.
Guest Post by Ainsley Lawrence Millennials have had some pretty intense experiences over the years. They’ve seen life with and without the internet, have lived through economic crises on a global scale, and have watched the traditional ways to create a career and invest their hard-won cash erode beneath their
Remember back in February when I sent out the incredibly ridiculous Valentine above? Well it got me thinking: I’d really love to continue sending out weird postcards to all my followers, fans, and frenemies. I mean, who doesn’t like getting something in the mail? In this increasingly digital world, isn’t
It’s Valentines Day again soon, and America is gearing up for a lovely day full of candy, chocolate, & romance. Holiday Card makers Hallmark are also gearing up for a very busy week of business, although we’re told it’s not all hearts and cherubs at company headquarters this year. It turns
What comes to mind when you hear the word gentrification? Your mind may immediately depart from a place of safety and security, only to find itself at a destination surrounded by ill-fated words such as displacement, eviction, and homelessness. With this air of negativity surrounding your mind as it floats
Our Tech Column was made possible by the fine folks at Mozilla Firefox. The nonprofit Mozilla Foundation believes the Internet must always remain a global public resource that is open and accessible to all. And that’s why we love Firefox as our browser, and you should too. When I first heard