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Five Fascinating Finds: Evening Edition

Ease into the evening with five fascinating finds from around the web. Oh Chute: Atlas Obscura tells the sad tale of Franz Reichelt, a tailor who dreamed of making the skies a bit safer with his parachute suit. Do The Hustle: Rolling Stone takes us back in time to talk about satire — turns out, we can […]

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An Introvert’s Guide to a Smooth First Date

Perhaps you’re the kind of person who makes a paper-chain countdown for the Stranger Things 2 premiere. Maybe you take long walks just to find the perfect sunny bench for people watching.  You, friend, find your energy in solitude, and there’s nothing wrong with that. We’re curious, though — how’s your love life? Sure, an algorithm […]

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Best Practices journaling practice

How A Journaling Practice Helped Da Vinci Become A Visionary

    When do your best thoughts come to you? Leonardo da Vinci lived and breathed that big question. So, from age 26 until his death, he filled thousands of pages with sketches, scribbles, and stories never intended for the public eye. He was onto something.  Think about it: how could the mind that painted […]

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Then and Now

The Colonial Obsession With Men’s Calves

Well, this is interesting. It’s no secret that throughout history, as fashions come and go, so too have preferences for certain body types and body parts. From the alarming codpieces of the middle ages to the height-enhancing top hats of the 19th century, menswear has often been tailored to feature the fetishes of the day. But now, […]

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