The Japanese Art of Buying Books and Never Reading Them

The Japanese Art of Buying Books and Never Reading Them

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“Tsundoku” is the Japanese art of buying books and never reading them. However, the size of your library is irrelevant, as long as you haven’t read anything in it.

This Psychiatrist Wants to Break Your Bad Habits With Mindfulness

This Psychiatrist Wants to Break Your Bad Habits With Mindfulness

Andrew Wicks

We all possess bad habits, but one psychiatrist believes that we can break them through the medium of mindfulness.

Desto3: Postcards from The Middle East: Amman, Jordan

Desto3: Postcards from The Middle East: Amman, Jordan

Pablo Skolnick and Corie Skolnick

The Desto3 team spent the better part of November and December traveling throughout the Middle East. Join us virtually until you can go yourself. First stop? Amman, Jordan.

When There’s a Worm in the Big Apple

When There’s a Worm in the Big Apple

Olivia Croom Hammerman

Olivia Croom Hammerman lives in Manhattan with her husband. She shares her experience living in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic.

Parents Who Allow Kids Screen Time Spend More Time Together

Parents Who Allow Kids Screen Time Spend More Time Together

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As it turns out, parents who allow devices in the household actually see an increase in the time the family spends together. There is a slight caveat, however.

Wading into the Pandemic: Constantly Overreacting or Underreacting

Wading into the Pandemic: Constantly Overreacting or Underreacting

Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger shares this personal essay about the ups and downs experienced since news about the coronavirus pandemic first started circulating.

Finding a Secure Bottom

Finding a Secure Bottom

Emil Morales

Emil Morales thinks about the impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and how history will look back on this time and the way we responded to it.

Book Review: This Never Happened by Liz Scott

Book Review: This Never Happened by Liz Scott

Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews This Never Happened by Liz Scott. (University of Hell Press)

Risen Apes: Stirring the Ashes

Risen Apes: Stirring the Ashes

S.M. Park

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Stirring the Ashes,” Park talks about pot growing and cartooning, and his friend Mungo Jerry.

Coping With COVID

Coping With COVID

Trisha De Borchgrave

While I’ll always remember the innocence lost after 9/11, the younger generations will be experiencing their own memories following today’s current events.

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When There’s a Worm in the Big Apple

Olivia Croom Hammerman

Olivia Croom Hammerman lives in Manhattan with her husband. She shares her experience living in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic.

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