I wasn’t looking for a temporary stay, I was looking for the rest of my life.
The thrusters on my ship power down and the vessel lands with a hydraulic pew. I look at the planet's information provided to me by my scanner. Life: Abundant. I pan the camera around to find the turquoise and fuschia terrain teeming with lush vegetation and strange organic creatures. Show More Summary
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (ROTK) is my Civilization, the tactical strategy game I poured hours of my life into without regret. As my parting article for my run as guest editor today, let me tell you why I love this series so much. Read more...
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All about the Fiji Pineapple Index and how a trip to Fiji nearly a decade ago changed my life forever.
My kids love my never pass a children's lemonade stand rule because they know it's guaranteed liquid refreshment and if their lucky it also provides a cookie, but on top of everything it is also a life lesson for both my kids as well...Show More Summary
This story originally appeared in the June 2016 issue of our print edition.I’ll be the first to admit: I spend too much of my life on Instagram. Any time my brain wanders from the task at hand, be it painfully mundane or frustratingly difficult, I reach for my phone, swipe right, and tap that... Continue reading
Having spent the last 11 years sobbing over every single episode of Grey's Anatomy, I can honestly say that this show has changed my life. Sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse (like tripling my tissue budget), I always catch the major feels after every single episode. Show More Summary
"That nutty old man is my father." GKids has debuted a trailer for the animated film called Miss Hokusai, which opened in Japan in 2015 and played at numerous film festivals last year. The film is about the life and works of Japanese...Show More Summary
No matter how many days and years go by, you will always have that piece of me. The piece that was youthful, full of playful energy, and full of life. The piece that was hopelessly in love with you and that prayed we would never end...
I love the Olympics. I measure life in Olympiads. It’s a nice handy unit of time, more interesting than your usual years and minutes and so forth. Thus, it’s been six Olympiads since my sister was born. I blogging for an Olympiad. And it’s been an Olympiad since I bought new trainers. I must buy Read More
There is a “thing” on Facebook of listing the ten books that most influenced you. Not the greatest books, or the most literary, but those that actually made an impact on your life. When I entered college, as part of orientation, we were asked to list the three books that had most influenced our lives. … Continue reading My Personal List of Ten Most Influential Books ?
Steven Avery is renewing his fight to get outta prison and believes there's better technology to prove the cops railroaded him while investigating Teresa Halbach's murder. Avery -- who is serving a life sentence without parole --…
As a child, I was deprived of the joy that is “sugary cereal.” This denial sparked an obsession, and I am always looking for ways to cram more of the stuff into my life and mouth. I have found my next project, and it is a no-bake Golden Graham pie crust. Read more...
Reader Shawn asked me the following question in the Ask Lucky forum: "Thinking of changing over to t-mobile soon. How have they been for you? Any regrets?" Simply put, switching to T-Mobile has been life changing for me. I shared myShow More Summary
In her mid-20s, Katie Heaney wrote Never Have I Ever: My Life (So Far) Without a Date, a memoir about the frustrations of a millennial who is willing, but unable, to find a boyfriend. Or, as she wrote in an essay for the Cut, “Why I Decided to Believe in ... More »
If there is one thing that I’d love to become at some point in my life, it’s Batman. Well, at Gamescom 2016, I had the opportunity of doing just that (I must state, it was a PlayStation VR experience and I didn’t actually manage to cruise around Cologne in the Batmobile unfortunately). Show More Summary
The TV was on as we sat waiting to be called in for our check up. My son, who is 11, turned his head as he heard the anchor use the word “EpiPen”. He is in tune since he has a life threatening peanut allergy and the EpiPen has saved his life. Show More Summary
At my high school in Tallahassee, Florida, every student was required to take a class called Life Management, which was largely about not getting pregnant (or not getting someone pregnant) before marriage. As far as these courses goShow More Summary