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My parents make me pandemic proud

Many seniors I’ve talked to over the past couple of months have been struggling with the self-isolating part of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Those comfortable in their routine of eating, dancing and hanging out at their neighbourhood senior activity centre, playing cards twice a week with the gang, big Sunday dinners …

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Inspiring Independents: The Pantry Underwear, London | Features

Rusted opened the first of The Pantry Underwear’s three stores, in Camden Passage, Islington, in 2016. Her mission was to “abolish the dread of underwear shopping” through expert, approachable fit guidance and an eclectic product mix. It stocks 22 brands, including household names such as Sloggi, Spanx and Panache, and British …

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The Facialist Who Says We Should Exfoliate Under Our Eyes

<p class="clay-paragraph_drop-cap" data-editable="text" data-uri="www.thecut. com/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/cka7busee001q9hyebf6qsa6z@published” data-word-count=”12″>Once a year, Renée Rouleau and her team do a S.W. O.T. analysis. <p class="clay-paragraph" data-editable="text" data-uri="www. thecut.com/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/cka7bxs3700153h653z5amsap@published” data-word-count=”57″>“It stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats,” explains the facialist and founder of Renée Rouleau Skincare. “We look down the road, see what’s on the horizon, …

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Webby Awards 2020: the complete winners list

Lil Nas X’s “Panini,” NASA’s social media presence, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line, and John Krasinski’s Some Good News YouTube show are among the winners of this year’s Webby Awards. The annual awards show celebrates the wide variety of things that happen online, from websites and podcasts to design and data …

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Without child care, work and family are impossible

This article was originally published by The Conversation. You can read it here. I have a Ph.D. from Harvard and a 20-month-old child. Without child care, life revolves around the toddler. I am a political science professor and researcher, but lacking child care, I count myself lucky to work a …

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