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New Yorkers Discover Rural Life Isn’t ‘Greener Grass’

During COVID-19, New York City residents started moving into the country. The 13,000-plus member Facebook group “Into the Unknown” unites ...


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Embracing Regret

According to Daniel Pink, writing in the Wall Street Journal, regret is the second most common emotion felt among human beings. Pink argues that regret ...


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Restless Activity for Fear of Missing Out

Paris. The Grand Canyon. The Great Barrier Reef. The Pyramids of Giza. According to a TV show a few years ago, these are four of the fifty things you ...


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Optimistic Adults Have a Better Shot at Healthy Aging

“Don’t worry, be happy,” is more than just a song lyric. A growing body of evidence supports an association between optimism and healthy ...


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Activist Heckles Wrong Public Figure

When a protester at a press conference in Boston stood up to make his voice known, he intended to attack the credibility of Boston mayor Michelle Wu.

The ...


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Michael Jordan’s Regrets and Disappointments

In an interview with Michael Jordan, Marvin R. Shanken asked him about his regrets and disappointments in life. This is how he responded:

I'm not the ...

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Are We Trading Our Happiness for Modern Comforts?

One of the greatest paradoxes in American life is that while, on average, existence has gotten more comfortable over time, happiness has fallen. According ...


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Influenced by Past Memories

Sir Everton Weekes, the legendary West Indian cricketer, stands out as one of the finest sportsmen to come out of the Caribbean. During a glittering career, ...


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An Inexplicable Desire for More

Actress Lori Loughlin was sentenced to two months in federal prison for her role in the college admissions scandal. She will serve two years of supervised ...


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The Rich Steal More Than the Poor

Evidence suggests that the rich steal more than the poor. Although shoplifting transcends categories, the rich actually do steal more than the poor. The ...


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