With days left until the big family gathering, we share some tips on how to deal with the set of diverse selves your family is likely to bring to the dinner table.
Is there a true self within you waiting to be discovered or do you have an internal self store where you can shop for the best self? We turn to both Google search trends and science for some answers.
The media doesn't really help you understand the scientific process when they share news about chocolate diet breakthroughs. Let's learn how to find, judge, and read original research papers to check such claims!
Old-world publishers make billions in revenue on the shoulders of publicly funded research. In this bonus post, we explore various forms of open access that are challenging the game and fighting to open research findings to the world.
Maintaining calm on Twitter is no easy challenge. But letting the trolls and Nazis run free is not the solution. Let's explore a couple of strategies you can use to level up your online discussions.
Need a nudge to change some habits and an excuse to play with bricks? Leave your phone by the door, Unbricked Fig will show you how you can build a habit tracker based on bricks!
What do you use when you want to get a fresh perspective on a problem? I sure hope the keyboard, either physical or virtual, isn't your first choice. We have a much better alternative: when you need a thinking or learning tool, a pen should be your first choice, regardless of whether it's powered by batteries or ink.
Getting our faces stuffed with candy apps can easily become a habit. Luckily, you can rewire your habit-forming loop to reduce the time you waste in candy apps by being just a bit lazy and disappointed. No need to abandon your phone and the few healthy fruit apps just yet!