Business Insider Meet a Gen Zer who made life her full-time job — and work her part-time job Instead of fitting in a personal life around work hours, Kimi Kaneshina took to TikTok to talk about reallocating her energy to avoid burnout. READ MORE Americans are flocking to […]
That’s because many Dems had PTSD from the Trump era + dealing with Covid. They have had to tune out for sanity reasons! Most of the Dems I know told me they needed a break. I really think this is one of the main reasons.
By P. E. Moskowitz New York Magazine Last January, I was on the streets of East Williamsburg unloading a U-Haul with Charlie Markbreiter — a trans guy, a baggy-pants aficionado, a scholar of pop culture, a professor and Ph.D. student, and someone I’d met only once before. I […]
By Personality Hacker In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about personality types and religion and unpack which personalities are more likely to leave or stay with religion. In this podcast you’ll find: What’s the relationship between personality types and joining religious movements? Are there some that aren’t […]
The Signal Why are so many food companies offering new alternatives to meat? Nina Gheihman on the mainstreaming of veganism. McDonald’s is expanding U.S. market testing on a new plant-based burger co-developed with Beyond Meat, one of the companies that have made good business selling meat alternatives in recent […]
https://nomadcapitalist.com/internati… Where are affordable places for new nomads to live? In this video, Andrew discusses the top cities for new nomads to live for just $1,000 a month. 0:00 Start 1:31 Tbilisi, Georgia 4:44 Istanbul, Turkey 5:25 Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia 6:37 Phnom Penh, Cambodia 7:19 Antalya, Turkey 7:49 […]
In this era of uncertainty and constant changes, it seems like there’s no place to run because it’s going to get bad everywhere. In this video, Andrew shares his thoughts on one government policy that will rule the world.
Americans continue to self-select into localized lifestyle-based enclaves. Tenth Amendment constitutionalists and states rights conservatives ignore the fact that political conflict is now local rather than regional when it comes to geography. In order to function, pan-secessionism would need to assume the form of something like ancient Greece, […]
When I founded Attack the System over 20 years ago, my objective was to lay the blueprint for an insurgent anarchist movement in North America that could eventually take down the US regime and ruling class, in solidarity with those under attack by US imperialism in each of […]
By Jukka Savolainen, Slate It’s not hygge, the welfare state, or drinking. It’s reasonable expectations. Is hygge still a thing? The Danish concept of comfortable conviviality and all things cozy is supposed to capture the essence of Danish culture and has been marketed as the secret for happy […]