Artists make up less than 2% of the workforce. And because of the framework through which we view “careers”, that percentage makes sense. To be
Bolstering your friends is easy — you see their worth, light, and influence so easily.
Bolstering yourself seems to be much harder — especially if you suffer from any number of possible mental disorders, including but not limited to:
Borderline personality disorder.
That pervasive denigrator has been called lots of things, from inner critic to devil-on-your-shoulder to alter ego. But there’s one thing they all have in common: they don’t help you, at all, in an
The first caveman who daydreamed about the fields beyond his own exercised the same basic instinct we do when we scroll our social media mindlessly: escapism.
Every form of media that humanity has developed and consumed is driven by the desire to escape our realities and experience another one, and we’ll never be rid of it.
Folklore. Religion. Mythology. Books. Music. Painting. Sculpting. Museums. Newspapers. Radio. Television. Cinema. Social media.
The U.S. houses nearly 12 million immunocompromised people (people with weakened immune systems who can’t rely on their body’s natural defense system to stave off
In almost every medicine cabinet all over the States, you’re likely to find a mondo-bottle of NSAIDs, or Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. You might know them
Part of the fun, tinsel-laced, snow-kissed holiday tension during this stretch of the year is determining whether to say “Merry Christmas,” because it reminds you