Worth Her Weight in Gold

By Sarah Gailey Winslow Remington Houndstooth, notorious outlaw, handsomest heartbreaker in the American South, has just finished a lucrative job, but he’s faced with a hippo-sized problem that would test even the most seasoned of hoppers. A slyly funny, raucous adventure in the alternate America of Sarah Gailey’s River of Teeth and Taste of Marrow. Winslow’s Problem WinslowContinue reading Worth Her Weight in Gold

Fundamental Kaizen Principles

By Tonny Wandella Kaizen is a Japanese phrase that signifies “positive change.” It refers to an organization’s complete hierarchy’s constant improvement of all functions. The guiding principle of Kaizen is straightforward: routines can always be improved, especially if you are performing satisfactorily at the present. Furthermore, all issues are viewed as chances to improve. CreatingContinue reading “Fundamental Kaizen Principles”

The Word of Flesh and Soul

By Ruthanna Emrys The language of the originators defines reality, every word warping the world to fit its meaning. Its study transforms the mind and body, and is closely guarded by stodgy, paranoid academics. These hidebound men don’t trust many students with their secrets, especially not women, and more especially not “madwomen.” Polymede and herContinue reading The Word of Flesh and Soul

Articulated Restraint

By Mary Robinette Kowal Being a Lady Astronaut means being twice as dedicated, and twice as good as everyone else. And sometimes, handling a test run that has turned deadly serious. Mary Robinette Kowal visits an off-stage incident in her The Calculating Stars series. MOON COLONY EXPANDS TO 100 COLONISTS Sep. 26, 1960 (AP) — The InternationalContinue reading Articulated Restraint

How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

By Tonny Wandella again, this is that time of year. “What’s your New Year’s resolution?” your friends, family, and coworkers are asking now that the champagne bottles have been popped and the balls have dropped.Some people enjoy the New Year’s resolution tradition of having  goals set. Others claim that it’s a waste of time becauseContinue reading “How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions”

What’s Next for Bitcoin and Crypto: 5 Trends to Watch in 2022

By Harsh Agrawal The past year can only be seen as massively successful for crypto. What will 2022 bring for Bitcoin and the broader crypto industry? 2021 was a volatile yet highly fruitful year for cryptocurrencies. The crypto market capitalization tripled from under $800 billion on January 1 to around $2.2 trillion today, with some assetsContinue reading “What’s Next for Bitcoin and Crypto: 5 Trends to Watch in 2022”

36 Prompts to Help You Plan an Awesome New Year

by MARELISA Use these New Year prompts to plan your year. The holiday season is here, which means the New Year is just around the corner. It’s never too early to start thinking of ways to make this year even better than the last. Below you’ll find 36 prompts to help you plan an awesome NewContinue reading “36 Prompts to Help You Plan an Awesome New Year”

11 Ways to Become a Better Communicator

By Mental Floss Knowing how to communicate effectively is the key to any relationship. Whether you’re giving a presentation at work, working out a disagreement with your significant other, or just having a chat with a friend, knowing how to articulate your ideas—and listen to those of others—is crucial. But though we spend much ofContinue reading “11 Ways to Become a Better Communicator”

Signs of Depression

Written by the Healthline Could it be depression? Being unhappy isn’t the same as being depressed. Depression is a term often used loosely to describe how we feel after a bad week at work or when we’re going through a breakup. But major depressive disorder — a type of depression — is much more complicated. There are specific symptoms that determine whetherContinue reading “Signs of Depression”

Seonag and the Seawolves

By M. Evan MacGriogair A clan storyteller unfolds the tale of Seonag and the wolves, and the wolves and the waves. I know you’ve heard the story of An Duine Aonarach, who one day walked into the sea and never returned. And likely you have at least heard of Seonag as well, who did theContinue reading “Seonag and the Seawolves”