It used to be that the mouth could clean itself. The oral microflora kept the discreet parts of your mouth running the way they
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.
Spoiler alert: it’s actually not the first man-made plastic-eating enzyme. But it is six times faster than the last one. Let’s back up… We know
Everything you’re doing now is rooted in what you learned in your childhood home. That may be a tough pill to swallow, but only if
Ever wonder how ethnic and cultural cuisines developed? Is it because the Irish are predisposed to prefer the taste of potatoes? Because those in the
“Single use” is the dirtiest phrase of 2020.
Usually, we associate “single use” with plastic bottles, encouraging the ground swell, grassroots movement of citizens concerned about the environment to opt for portable glass water-bottles, or recycled BPA-free plastic, instead of stopping by the gas station and grabbing a plastic water bottle.
But “single use” moves far beyond just water bottles.
Plastic bags. Disposable razors. Shampoo and conditioner bottles. Cardboard boxes. Toothbrushes. Coffee tubs. Diapers. Loofahs.