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  1. How Reality TV Trailblazer Rachel Lindsay Lives Life on Her Own TermsBecoming a reality TV star was not in her five-year plan. But she saw an opportunity to represent herself, a Black woman, to a new audience.
  2. The Realist Parent’s Guide to Screen Time“Screen time” doesn’t have to be a dirty word; here’s how to navigate it with your kids.
  3. mental health
    The Therapy-App FantasyAn overwhelming demand for professional counseling has spawned slickly marketed companies promising a service they cannot possibly provide.
  4. 5 Ways Wellness Leaders Pandemic-Proofed Their BrandsWhen the world stalled, the need for mental health care grew overnight. Here’s how those working in wellness and mental health adapted to COVID-19.
  5. 5 ways retailers have navigated the ups, and many downs, of shutdownsWith some quick thinking and hardworking tools, these small business owners were able to shift quickly.
  6. New Year, New Necessities: 27 Buys to Support Your New Year’s ResolutionsWhether you want to sleep better, update your style, or exercise more.
  7. 13 Buys to Help You Get Your Best Sleep EverFrom game-changing sleepbuds to the plushest weighted blanket.
  8. texting
    32 Adorable ‘Good Morning’ Texts for HerStumped on a sweet text to send to your lady? We have you covered.
  9. privacy
    Schools Might Start to Ban Zoom Over Privacy ConcernsAmid reports of virtual classrooms getting hijacked by racist trolls, schools in New York may look to host online lessons elsewhere.
  10. coronavirus
    Getting By With a Little Help From My Friends“Social distancing” is turning to “remote leaning” on my social circle. It’s been vital.
  11. profile
    Seduced by Start-up LandIn Uncanny Valley, Anna Wiener tries to find career fulfillment in start-up dystopia.
  12. power
    War and TweetsIn the maw of the posting machine, nothing feels real.
  13. crime
    Terrifying Videos Show Men Hacking Into Home Security CamerasRing cameras are meant to help families monitor their homes. But hackers are now using them to spy on and harass people as they sleep.
  14. the future issue
    In 2029, I’ll Regret All My Hand-wringing Over Social MediaI now find myself questioning the moral imperative for women to avoid vanity and sidestep aesthetic fantasies.
  15. technology
    I Can’t Wait to Lose the New AirPods ProAnd all my money. (They cost $250.)
  16. wellness
    Watch AOC Grill Mark Zuckerberg to Feel Hydrated and HealthyEnjoy AOC grilling Mark Zuckerberg and have a blessed, peaceful day.
  17. self
    Peloton Is Spinning Faster Than EverThe company may have unwittingly created a fitness cult, but their business model is a little more complicated.
  18. sheeple
    We Can Stop Worrying About Horns Growing Out of Our SkullsOne of the co-authors reportedly left some important details out of the research paper.
  19. fake news
    Sorry But Your Favorite Viral Story is Probably FakeA guide to keep you from getting duped.
  20. swellness
    Me, Myself, and My NumbersDoes health tracking suggest a way out of loneliness — while also perpetuating it?
  21. hate speech
    Facebook Announced Ban on Far-Right Extremists Before Actually Banning ThemFacebook and Instagram banned Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulos, among a list of other extremists.
  22. operation varsity blues
    More Parents Are Afraid They’ll Be Caught in College Admissions ScandalAccording to a new report, some parents in Southern California are freaking out about the possibility that they’ll be charged too.
  23. power
    Did Trump Call a Meeting With Twitter to Complain About Losing Followers?During the president’s closed door meeting with Jack Dorsey, he reportedly spent a lot of time talking about losing followers.
  24. the tweet beat
    It Must Be Nice to Be a Tech DudeJack Dorsey says he only eats one meal, five days a week.
  25. get that money
    Why Is Stalking People on Venmo So Addictive?I can’t look away from my friends’ (and ex’s) Venmo feeds.
  26. good question
    Wait, Are People Really Tracking My Emails?Constantly, as it turns out.
  27. science of us
    Most Days I Don’t Speak at AllIs that weird?
  28. select all
    Momo Isn’t What Parents Need to Worry About on YouTubeUnderstanding this week’s overhyped internet panic.
  29. the cut opinion pages
    Break Your PhoneIt’s the only way to be acceptably disconnected.
  30. how to
    Here’s How to Turn Off Gmail’s Terrible ‘Nudge’ FeatureWe already have enough email anxiety, thank you.
  31. hairy situations
    Amazon-Enabled Hair Salons Are ComingAlexa, give me bangs.
  32. oops
    Kellyanne Conway Might Want to Learn How to Hide Her Shady TextsA former Trump aide’s new book reveals that Conway used to make a ridiculously careless blunder.
  33. good ideas
    Why Not Communicate With Your Friends Solely Through Celebrities?Cameo is a service for hiring celebrities to tell your friends things like “happy birthday.” But what if you used it to tell them “I’m running late”?
  34. science of us
    If You’re Feeling Bad, Email Someone a ComplimentIt’s an S.O.S. reconnection to the world.
  35. select all
    This Instagram Influencer’s Failed Tour Will Satisfy Your Fyre Fest NostalgiaThe $165 ticket promised fresh orchid crowns. In reality, guests were given a single flower to put in their hair and then give back after a photo.
  36. science of us
    How Much Junk Am I Consuming Online Every Day?What is “digital nutrition” and is mine enviable?
  37. say what now?
    Trump on Bezos Divorce: ‘Going to Be a Beauty’Just a very normal comment from our very normal president.
  38. select all
    Please Calm Down About the Bird Box ChallengePeople aren’t actually walking into oncoming traffic blindfolded.
  39. technology
    A Wellness Blogger From the 1400s Weighs in on ScreentimeGuten tag.
  40. the cut opinion pages
    Apps Can Take a HikeIt’s been long enough — they’re just not working out.
  41. advice
    Take Your Time Responding to EmailRelieve some pressure, and give everyone a little space.
  42. science of us
    I Cherish My Period TrackerThe apps may not all be perfect, but I love this one.
  43. metoo
    Google Paying Off a Sexual Assaulter Isn’t Surprising, That’s How Things WorkGoogle has paid Andy Rubin nearly $90 million dollars since he resigned in 2014 after he coerced a female coworker into performing oral sex.
  44. lost in space
    Want to Dry Your Hair With NASA Technology?Houston, we have a hair-dryer.
  45. blue light special
    An Eye Cream for People Who Look at Screens All DaySo, everyone.
  46. telephone usage
    I Can’t Stop Watching Trump’s Tragic Struggle to Figure Out Speakerphone“Enrique?”
  47. robot money
    You Can Buy Hair Spray With Bitcoin NowThe way of the future.
  48. good ideas
    There Should Be No Internet for One Weekend Per MonthA good idea.
  49. relationships
    What I Learned on My Date With a Sex RobotMaybe they need to be more like us. Or maybe we’re already learning to be more like them.
  50. pinterest this
    Flying Wedding Veils Are Exactly What They Sound LikeThe latest in matrimony trends.
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