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Simple Beauty Tips: How to Get Smooth Hair

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

If you are in need of smooth hair solutions, these simple beauty tips will help. Are you struggling with dull, lifeless, dry hair that just won’t stay put? Have you tried every single hair product under the sun and still nothing works? Sometimes, using too many harsh chemicals on the hair can cause oil overproduction, […]

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Boeing Quits — and Kills — DARPA Experimental Spaceplane Program

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Game Over In 2013, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) launched the Experimental Spaceplane (XSP) project. Its goal? Create a reusable hypersonic vehicle that could deliver small satellites into orbit for the United States military. In 2017, DARPA selected Boeing to build and test the spaceplane. But this week, the company announced it was […]

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Benefits of Elevator Shoes

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

A lot of people are now on the ‘elevator shoes’ trend. And you might be wondering why people are seriously buying these types of shoes. But, worry no more because this is why we are here. We will be writing extensively on what you stand to gain by wearing them below. Increases Height One major […]

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How to Make the Switch to a Non-Toxic Skincare Routine

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Image via Follain In today’s episode of The Wit & Delight Podcast, I’m sitting down with Tara Foley, skincare expert and founder of the first clean beauty retailer, Follain. In this episode, Tara and I talk about her career background and what it took to build her business from the ground up. Since its start in […]

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Scientists Discover Ancient Viruses Inside Glacier

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Break the Ice In 2015, a team of scientists from the United States and China traveled to Tibet to gather samples of Earth’s oldest glacial ice. Earlier this month, they published a paper on the pre-print server bioRxiv detailing their discovery of 28 new virus groups in the 15,000-year-old ice — and warning that climate change […]

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Everyday Nail Polish

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Cup of Jo has been running for 13 years (!) so we’ve decided that every week, we’ll be highlighting one of the most popular posts from the past. Here’s one of our favorites, originally published on April 1, 2014. This spring, my friend Gemma turned us onto this amazing nail polish: Dior Nail Glow. And […]

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How to Create Winning Audience Personas Now

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

90% of companies who use buyer personas claim they have a clearer understanding of their customers. Here’s how to make smarter marketing decisions by learning more about your customer. What are buyer personas? Buyer personas are fictional representations of your ideal client based on market research and real data about your existing customers. When creating […]

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How Best To Take Care Of Your Hearing

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

Do you find that you have to ask other people to repeat what they are saying often? Or is your TV always turned up far too loud for other people’s comfort, yet you cannot hear it when it is set at a lower level? If any of these things sound familiar, then it is likely […]

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Space Force Unveils Camouflage Uniform, Sparking Twitter Frenzy

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

Camo M. G. On Friday, the United States Space Force tweeted out a photo that was supposed to show off its first utility uniform nametapes, embroidered patches spelling out “U.S. Space Force” in blue thread. But what caught the attention of the Twittersphere was the uniform behind the patch, which was the exact same brown and […]

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