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When I started my first job as a digital media coordinator at a small Catholic university, the only thought I’d given to my “five-year plan” was how I’d explain it in an interview. Flash forward five years and two titles later and I had settled into a day-to-day routine. I found myself increasingly bored with
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In case you just woke up from a very long nap and missed it, 2017 is officially here! Everyone you know is making New Year’s resolutions to work out more often, eat less fried foods, and find a job that pays them one billion dollars a year to do the exact thing they want to do. You
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Japan is cherry blossom, and Japan is Hello Kitty. It’s neon signs, sushi, and it’s Sony, Nikon, and Nintendo. But beyond the brands and stereotypes which Japan exports, you will find a culturally rich, and a surprisingly diverse, country of fascinating sites to explore. Tokyo – a megacity Shibuya crossing, Tokyo (c) StockSnap The chances are
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Your immune system You probably don’t think much about your immune system until you’re willing it to banish a nasty bug. But your immune system does a great job attacking bad-news microbes every single day. That is, as long as you’re supplying the support it needs, says Neil Schachter, MD, a pulmonary disease specialist at the
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At happy hour with a friend, you innocently start whining about the annoying comment your co-worker made earlier. Hours later, you both realize that the only thing you’ve spoken about the entire night is what you hate about your jobs. Whoops. It’d be quite remiss of me to say this should never happen. No position’s perfect, and you’ll
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So you have an unused Raspberry Pi — or five — lying around and you don’t know what to do with it. You’re not alone, even if there are hundreds of projects at the ready. You can turn it into a Minecraft machine, a music streamer for your living room, an Alexa speaker and many other things. But one
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With direct flights from the UK, taking around two hours, Turin is a convenient destination for a long weekend. Originally laid out by the Romans, the streets still follow the same grid pattern, and the centre is compact enough to explore on foot. This was a Royal city, first the capital of the Kingdom of
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We don’t always eat because we’re hungry. We eat for a number of different reasons, including external cues such as the sight or smell of food. “It’s been suggested that we make somewhere close to 200 eating decisions a day,” says Edward Abramson, PhD, a clinical psychologist in San Francisco and author of the new
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What are you doing right now? Are you sitting at your desk, whiling away the time ’til happy hour? Are you recovering from the summer (while you simultaneously daydream about the upcoming long weekend?). Either way, my guess is that you probably aren’t thinking that hard about your career. But, did you know that there are some
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The ultimate guide to OTC medicine Whether it’s a bout of heartburn, seasonal allergies, or unusual vaginal discharge, you may not want to immediately book a doctor’s appointment for something that you might be able to remedy at home. The good news: In most of these cases, you can fix the problem with a quick trip to the
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