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Everything you've ever wanted to know about spicy food. https://t.co/qZVdntQf2c
Why everyone experiences pain differently, and why it matters: https://t.co/yztgrbXp3m
Ever see something floating across your field of vision? These are the facts you need to know about floaters: https://t.co/g5rhr2xCTz
The next time you want to endlessly scroll social media, let yourself be bored instead. It'll greatly improve your creativity. https://t.co/MilshSrXWn
Whether you're looking for a career change or just getting started, learn how to navigate it all. https://t.co/NcD7HBoub8
5 steps to cut down your mental to-do list:
“Sí, se puede!” @DoloresHuerta came up this famous rallying cry as a young activist in the 1970s. Today she reflects on her life and legacy. https://t.co/th9Rit0YCC
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Why failure is better for you than success: https://t.co/0BskCNI5R1
How to overcome apathy and find your power: https://t.co/vHt3dB7KE1 @DoloresHuerta https://t.co/QtddsTvkMX
What "intersectionality" means and why it's so important, according to the civil rights advocate who invented the term: https://t.co/CtJ2XDjjwc @sandylocks
Should you date your boss? In almost all cases, no, you should not date your boss. https://t.co/mRbmYRZSzr
"Employees want to be treated the same, regardless of their rank or their tenure or their age or their experience or their job category, compared to anyone else." @MBushGPTW https://t.co/wAA4xCrE5o
“When we have these conversations with students at a young age, it actually takes away some of that taboo feeling when those topics come up at a later age.”
If lying means making more money, what motivates people to tell the truth? https://t.co/ppwzjyBsYc
Should workplace couples keep their relationships secret? And why are coworkers so often attracted to each other? We asked an organizational psychologist. https://t.co/fJPJexMJND
Here's how to let go of the myths you've created about yourself that hold you back: https://t.co/JkF31yq2vo
"The number one purchase people say they regret, after bank fees, is eating out. It's a frequent purchase we make almost every day, and it's death by a thousand cuts." @wdlrosa https://t.co/UT7P6OMLIw
Take a deep breath. Look them in the eye. Tell them how you feel. https://t.co/PVtB8dCCSL
You can do it. https://t.co/p2G7sVkp0O
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