If you’ve listened to any news update in the last month or two, there are basically three topics: pandemic, politics, and religion.
The pandemic is creating a new way of life for most everyone, from remote work to remote learning, and the changes continue from there.
What does loyalty really mean to the generation that created its own celebrity culture and sees no clear delineation between the real world and the virtual?
Since our minds are hardwired to look for threats, the act of “doomscrolling” only creates more fearful scenarios in our thought patterns.
What’s the point in living someplace that is—at least to the jaded among us—overpriced, overhyped, and overly indulgent?
I’d say fasten your seat belt, but school buses don’t usually have them. Regardless, there’s a long road ahead.
While we can’t all uproot, there is a burgeoning interest in a more self-sufficient life.
As we begin to enter the second half of the year, there’s a new wave of traditional experiences that are slowly coming into focus—and they’re all surrounding the holiday gauntlet.
With all due respect to the 5 Stages of Grief, the Kubler-Ross model, and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, there is a new pyramid worth considering.
The rise of the social media echo chamber has come at a crucial juncture for our culture.