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The 10 Most Asked Questions About My Home, Answered

By Jason Freely / a few hours ago

Photo by Chelsey Werth Ever since Joe, Winnie, and I moved into our home, we’ve been updating the space to fit best for our lifestyle—first as a family of three, then four, and now five. There have been plenty of renovations along the way, lots of design changes, and our fair share of furniture rearranging […]

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How to Stand Still

By Jason Freely / yesterday

A few years ago, I was at a difficult personal crossroads… I had just ended a tumultuous relationship and handed in a project that had been my focus for months. Back then, I lived and worked from a tiny solo apartment, and the days stretched silently before me. Unsure of my next steps, I needed […]

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Mathematicians Are Shocked That This Paper Got Published

By Jason Freely / yesterday

Controversial Research Eight years after he first shared it online, Kyoto University mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki’s controversial, 600-page proof for a profound mathematical conjecture has been approved for publication in an academic journal. But there’s a twist: academic mathematicians around the world didn’t believe that Mochizuki solved the problem, known as the “abc conjecture,” back then, […]

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5 Random Clothing & Accessory Items Every Woman Needs to Own

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Girls love shopping. This is a universal fact. Shopping is not a pastime for women, but a duty that has to be carried out often. Now for those girls that keep purchasing the same accessories and clothes, we have created a list below some random clothing and accessory items every woman needs to own. If […]

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Why Decorating Your Home Is Good for Your Mental Health

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Photo by Chelsey Werth As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: Our April theme on W&D is all about the role home plays in our lives—whether we’re defining home as a physical location, a fellow human, or ourselves. Kate originally penned this post last spring, and her reflections on how our spaces impact […]

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Anti-Parasitic Drug Kills Coronavirus Cell Cultures in 48 Hours

By Jason Freely / a day ago

A team of Australian researchers at Monash University in Melbourne have found that Ivermectin — an FDA-approved anti-parasitic drug that has been used to effectively fight viruses including HIV, Influenza, and Zika — was able to stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus from growing in cell cultures. While promising, the drug has yet to be shown to […]

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Pandemic Hair

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Noe of the above? I’ve been trying out the Curly Girl Method for a bit now. One upside for me in quarantining has been the chance to dry out different products and techniques without worrying about how my hair turns out! It’s mostly been great – I have time to let it air dry, and […]

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Here Are a Few Things that you Can Do to be Happier and Healthier

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Thoughts By joseph webb | April 3, 2020 Sometimes life can be challenging. After all, you may be constantly overwhelmed at work and feel as though nothing is ever going to change. This is not the case at all, in fact, if you follow the below tips then you will soon find that it is more than possible […]

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New Research: Masks Extremely Effective at Stopping Virus Spread

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

A new paper, published today in leading scientific journal Nature and authored by an international team of researchers, found that “surgical face masks could prevent transmission of human coronaviruses and influenza viruses from symptomatic individuals.” The use of face masks to keep the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in check has been extremely controversial among public health […]

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Our Top 10 Instagram Accounts to Follow for a Mood Lift

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Photo by Colleen Eversman @2ndtruth on Instagram In search of some positivity recently, I asked our team to share their go-to Instagram accounts when they’re looking for something to brighten their day (or when they’re just looking for a good distraction) and they came through. Today we’re sharing the people whose posts warm our hearts, […]

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