Guest Author Mike DeWolfe shares a strategy on how to unpack big goals into small tasks.
Americans love sandwiches so much, that the 3rd of November is celebrated as “National Sandwich Day.” To commemorate this year’s National Sandwich Day, Guest Author Greg Buckskin has compiled a list of the absolute best 10 sandwiches ever.
Guest author Drew Sager’s creative writing describes the personal experience in picking yourself up off the floor of mediocrity.
The discovery of changes to our physical appearance can lead to depression, but guest author Sylva Ifedigbo shows his humorous acceptance of one such discovery.
Guest Author Autumn Barlow writes about history, culture, geography, the evolution of the English language and how our need to communicate effectively remains the same.
Paige-Jennan Andrew reminds us that happiness is not out there somewhere in the future but that if we pay attention, we can find it in every passing moment of our lives.
Great moments in “laughtivism” from Yes Men Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, the guys who duped the BBC, embarrassed Dow Chemical, and mocked Halliburton.
It’s August of 2011, do you know when your Apocalypse is? Maggie Koerth-Baker talks to archaeologist John Hoopes about 2012 myths, pseudo-science movements, and why the 2012 phenomenon owes as much to Lovecraft and Huxley as it does to the ancient Maya.
When it comes to reducing our energy use and turning away from fossil fuels, we are past the point where we have a choice. We must act now or there won’t be a future for our civilization, says renewable energy expert Robert Easterling. To move forward, we need to look at the efforts of leaders like FDR who moved entire nations to dramatic action.
Nigerian writer Sylva Ifedigbo attempts to demystify death and conquer the fear of it in this impersonal conversation between a human being and the dreaded spirit of death.