We’ve all watched the news and seen the headlines – there’s a lot of drama surrounding mail-in voting. Due to COVID-19, the 2020 election is going to look very different.
There are few silver linings to social distancing but one, undeniably, has been more time to pursue interests. At the start of this shift to an indoor life, my social media feed was flooded with loaves of freshly baked banana
A few months ago, all of our lives were turned completely upside down by COVID-19, an upheaval we thought was temporary. We thought it would end soon enough and we could just pick-up where our pre-pandemic lives left off, but
Facebook and its kingpin Mark Zuckerberg have been at the center of several scandals in the last few years, and the latest could be one of its most damaging yet. Earlier this week, outdoor retail giant Patagonia released a statement
The times of political ambiguity in corporate America have changed. Where previously, corporations avoided involvement in politics and social issues, today’s world has reached a point where silence is no longer an option.
Among the many frustrating, upsetting and straight up scary things to grapple with during quarantine as an adult, it’s even harder to imagine facing such a tumultuous and confusing time as a kid. In addition to not getting to play
We're all using our newfound free time during the current health crisis in different ways -- whether its kicking our workout routines up a notch, perfecting our sourdough bread recipes or simply trying to live life as normally as possible.
Growing up in the ‘burbs of Massachusetts I spent parts of my summers outside helping my mom tend to our little garden. She has always had a true green thumb, a trait which I haven’t inherited. Try as I might,