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How I Spent My Summer ‘Vacation’

I placed the plastic watering can in the kitchen sink and turned on the faucet, when I heard the screams of our 4- and 2-year-old sons, fighting again. After a few minutes of stellar parenting, during which I reminded them about kindness (and keeping their fists to themselves), our oldest son said, “Mama, can you […]

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Birthday in Quarantine

Five months ago, I never would have imagined celebrating a birthday during a pandemic. Five months ago, I never would have imagined planning for Rosh Hashanah, the birthday of the world, in the midst of quarantine. Five months ago, I never would have imagined wishing summer away so that the semblance of school brings back […]

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The angst of remote workers is evident in their emoji

Remote workers on Slack are using 80% more emoji since the onset of Covid-19, and choosing more openly affectionate glyphs.

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