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Gardening Without a Garden: 10 Ideas for Your Patio or Balcony

What would happen if all humans disappeared? This video answers.

The Best-Kept Secret for Funding a Startup

And Now, I Unfollow Thee

11 Unbreakable Career Rules From #Girlboss Creatives

Stop Wishing You Were Anywhere Else

Please know that happiness comes from within, not from other people or fancy things.

Service Work Is Skilled Work. Get Over It.

What I Know About Motherhood So Far

It’s the inability to place why you’re so tightly wound one Sunday, until you realize you haven’t been alone in weeks. It’s panicking at how easily it happened, how you managed not to notice what you needed. It’s you as an afterthought, it’s reminding yourself to think of yourself. Saying affirmations in the mirror. Seeing your baby snot stained t-shirt. Taking a bath. Taking time. Letting go of guilt — or trying to. It’s wanting everything so you can give it away. It’s accepting that you can’t give them everything, not even most things.
The Advocacy Digital Divide

Two Weeks Notice Is for Sandwich Artists

You’re a professional. Your notice needs to be based on your workload, not a specific period of time. Tell your boss you’ll be leaving at the end of your current project, or a specific task that’s on your plate.
Ramadan for non-Muslims: An etiquette guide

This Is The Only Way To Get People To Finally Take Your Ideas Seriously

Zootopia review – Disney's furry fable gets its claws out for the bigots

It’s still Disney, though, and it concludes happily and without much nuance. There’s ample space given for prey like Judy to apologize to unjustly accused predators (like her fox buddy), and for everyone to grow. It’s a good message, and one that will no doubt infuriate the right, who will say that Disney spent however many millions producing propaganda in favor of, for instance, the Iran deal – to pull one of a hundred different interpretations out of my ear. 
The 10 Most Boring Experiences in the World, according to Manrepeller

Tiny is big.

It’s not the “size” of your gift, gesture, or project that makes it powerful.

When you have too many ideas

Literally write down all your ideas, put them in a jar, and put that jar on a shelf. Alternatively, you can get more organized (and perhaps a bit less dramatic) and shelve your ideas in a notebook. Evernote is also a great place to collect all your thoughts. The idea (heh) is to have a place to capture your ideas so you can get them out of your head and tend to them when the time is right. 

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