Here’s a pretty amazing visual story from the New York Times showing how the coronavirus started in a market in Wuhan and then spread around the world. Amazing work as always from the Times.
Here’s some travel inspiration / porn 😆 for ya, compliments of the New York Times.
And look at that, Austin made the list! Ahead of Paris! 🤷🏻♂️
I used to think being charismatic was all about telling amazing stories and making people laugh. Not being a great storyteller or much of a comedian, I thought I could never be charismatic. Fortunately, this article says I had it all wrong. 😂
It’s about being present, removing self-doubt, and being kind and accepting to other people. Presence, power, and warmth. That sounds pretty manageable, right?
Now go out there, be in it, relax, and be nice to people. Congrats, you’re charismatic. ☺️
It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the best ways to reduce stress while traveling is to just plan less and let spontaneity take over.
I love that someone is actually saying this. Sure, plan the first part of your vacation. But leave some time for discovery, spontaneity, and to plan as you go. And you don’t necessarily have to leave that amazing place you found just yet . ☺️
There is another way: Book only the first few days. While I know for most travelers, particularly those with families, such an extreme lack of planning seems impossible, even unadvisable, I strongly recommend considering planning less, even if that’s leaving just a few days ope
These scientists used a virtual telescope the size of the entire Earth to nail down this black hole. And it appears that Einstein’s “least favorite idea” is holding up. Also, black holes are terrifying. 🤯
This episode of The Daily gives a great overview of why the heck “Brexit” has been so hard for the British prime minister to work out. I never really got it until now.
In a last-ditch effort to fulfill her promise of delivering Brexit, Britain’s prime minister dangled a final sacrifice.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2019/04/01/podcasts/the-daily/brexit-uk-theresa-may.html
Okay, this stuff drives me crazy. I’m glad to see an article about it.
Here’s the perfect quote to summarize the idea:
The point is to prepare the kid for the road, instead of preparing the road for the kid.
Via Apple News.