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How Emma Chamberlain Uses Coffee For Her Mental Health

Emma Chamberlain is the quintessential cool girl and, honestly, somewhat of a paradox. With more than 9.5 million YouTube subscribers; 10.5 million Instagram followers; her own podcast, merchandise, and coffee company, Chamberlain has every reason to exude an ego. But nope, the wildly successful 19-year-old has managed to stay humble and approachable. It makes sense. Unlike many curated influencers, Chamberlain is unfiltered and…

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HBO Corrects Pay Gaps. A Win for the Time’s Up Movement and Reese Witherspoon.

The head of programming at HBO says that the network has examined all of its shows and corrected pay gaps among staff, inspired by “Big Little Lies” star and producer Reese Witherspoon and the larger Time’s Up movement. “One of the things that’s come out of thinking about the movement and some conversations with Reese, who’s really at the forefront, is…

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How To Become A Better Boss

How To Become A Better Boss By Dianna Booher Nobody plans to become a bad boss. They become deficient by default. If you stay in the workforce longer than a couple of years, you’ll either hear a bad-boss story or experience your own. Just as your car needs its 30,000 miles or 3-year maintenance check, maybe it’s time for your…

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Why Diversity in Nutrition is So Important

Dietician Tamara Melton Explains Why Diversity in Nutrition is So Important Courtesy of Health.com By Tamara Melton TAMARA MELTON, MS, RDN, is the cofounder and executive director of Diversify Dietetics and founder of the nutrition education platform Tamara’s Table. Food is about so much more than nutrition: It’s culture and family and history and comfort. However, the recommendations on eating healthily don’t…

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Michigan Music Teacher Strives to Harmonize with Students

By Martin Slagter ANN ARBOR, MI – After a year of seeking out new and innovative ways to teach children music through their computer screens and conducting lessons via Zoom, Yael Rothfeld said it has been exciting to return to in-person instruction this fall. Students can interact with Rothfeld, an elementary school music teacher at Thurston Elementary, doing two different tasks…

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Jennifer Lawrence Reacts To Being Paid Less in ‘Don’t Look Up’

Jennifer Lawrence Reacts To Being Paid Less Than Leonardo DiCaprio In ‘Don’t Look Up’ By Rachel West Jennifer Lawrence may have top billing among her high-profile co-stars in “Don’t Look Up”, but she certainly doesn’t have the top salary. Lawrence toplines a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Timothee Chalamet, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande and Mark Rylance in…

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