Geoguessing: The Adventurous Brain Teaser

I read a few articles a couple years ago about how our hippocampi, the part of the brain responsible for orienting us to where we are that we use for finding places sans GPS, are shrinking because of our reliance on GPS. Even on short trips and routes that are very familiar to me, I …

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From the Archives: Quarantine Eats

*I posted this a little more than a year ago during a productive quarantine phase. * Here are some photos of things I’ve been making lately in quarantine in no particular order, recipe included: Instant Pot deviled eggs recipe No recipe to for the cherry pie. I used the directions on the back of the …

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New Letters Added to LGBTIQA+ and Why it Matters

Even if you are a part of the queer community, it's difficult to keep up with the ever evolving language, terms, and identities. I am entranced by the evolution of words, but even I became a bit stressed when I noticed people are now writing it differently. Some people use the term "queer community". Some …

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Outlander Got me Feeling like a Kid Again

Image via IMDB The first time I heard about this Netflix series was on another show in a hilarious punchline that I have since forgotten. During isolation, I've been scraping the bottom of the barrel on Netflix, or so I thought. I've watched a lot of good recent movies/series, but Outlander, my friends, is in …

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