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Netflix’s latest hit, “Kaleidoscope,” has already made the top 10 list on the platform and generated tons of social media buzz. While many viewers are debating the order in which the episodes should be watched (“Yellow,” “Green,” “Violent,” “Orange,” “Blue,” “Red,” “Pink,” “White” is my favorite!), other fans have noticed a less-talked-about, but equally important,
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I used to be big on the five-year plan. Not so long ago, if you’d looked at a list of my hopes and dreams, you would have seen very big, easily measured goals: getting a promotion; winning a journalism award. Then, the pandemic happened. What followed was a two-plus-year period of uncertainty. Unable to make
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There they are again. The gross, crusty, five-day-old dishes sit piled up amid the confines of my small, stainless-steel sink. They’re making their presence known, clashing against the gleam of my very clean and crumb-free countertop. The tepid pile of plates, bowls, and cups, all stuck together, look like a gross Jenga tower. It seems
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The CDC is monitoring an increase in an invasive group of strep throat strains. Part of the group A family that causes strep throat, these more severe strains (sometimes referred to as iGAS) can cause rare, but serious bacterial infections like, necrotizing fasciitis and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome, as well as scarlet fever and death,
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Image Source: Getty / Kimberly White Serena Williams is getting vulnerable about life after retirement. The tennis star shared her intimate reflections on Twitter: “I’m currently allowing myself to be tired. Allowing myself To relax. Allowing myself to just be,” Williams wrote. “It’s harder than I ever imagined. I’ve never allowed myself to do any
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