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A Week In Paris, France, On A $101,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We’re asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned ...

Beyond paper: reimagining behavioral demand side management

For a company working to protect our environment, we print and mail a lot of paper. Personalized direct mail has been—and still is—the only option for utilities to reach ...

Today’s Apps Gone Free: Pepi Super Stores, Anchor Pointer, TimeClock and More

Explore the mall, find your way back, and track and report work hours with today’s collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time and without ...

How I Became The Most Successful Legal Sex Worker In The U.S.

Last month, we ran a Money Diary from Alice Little, a legal sex worker in Nevada who managed to book $1 million in a calendar year. We followed up with Little to chat about the diary ...

Improve Your Health by Optimizing Your Circadian Rhythm

Satchidananda Panda, Ph.D., is a leading researcher in a very important field of study: the circadian rhythm, which is the topic of his book, “Circadian Code: Lose Weight, Supercharge ...

Time-Lapse Photography – Beyond the Basics

Time-lapse photography is a different way to show the world around you. They are videos which are made up of a serious of still images and combined to look like a movie. The frame-by-frame ...

12 mistakes you’re making that are sabotaging your sunscreen

Jordi C/Shutterstock Despite the overwhelming body of research that proves just how dangerous too much sun exposure can be, far too many of us aren’t wearing sunscreen daily, ...

5 Red Flags to Look for in Your Google Analytics Data

In today’s marketing world data is more valuable than ever. It helps you make more informed strategic decisions and get you the results you need — but only if you take action ...

Which mental ‘deficits’ are really hidden strengths? | Heather Heying

There are many different ways in which the brain is rewired differently than the norm. But Heather Heying, evolutionary biologist and former Professor at The Evergreen State College, ...
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