In an era in which we are accosted by the meals, vacations, parties, and sheer awesomeness of most everyone we know—thanks, Instagram and everyone else in Silicon Valley!—we’ve never been more aware of what we’re not doing. Which can occasionally lead to an anxiety disorder known as #FOMO—Fear of Missing Out. Will Welch identifies the symptoms and recommends a simple course of treatment.
Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola Teamed Up With Prada To Direct Its Latest Branded Fashion Film“When you ask Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola to create a short film, you know what you’re in for and, yet, have no idea what to expect. Prada teamed up with the legendary directing pair on a short film ‘celebrating’ the launch of the brand’s new fragrance, Candy L’Eau.”
I love this so hard
Oh, Sally. All you wanted was a nice evening out with your dad and his cool, sophisticated friends. Roger is the WORST date.
Check out my friend Dan!
We watched our deputy copy chief Dan Adkison play – and win! – Wednesday’s episode of Jeopardy. Dan, who’s been saving us from typos and other errors for three years, disappeared for a taping of the show in December and has kept the outcome to himself since. “It’s been hard to keep it a…
- Oral contraceptives, or “the pill,” can cost $1,210 per year without health insurance.
- Women of reproductive age spend 68 percent more on out-of-pocket health care costs than do men, in part because of contraceptive costs.
- Surveys show that nearly one in four women with household incomes of less than $75,000 have put off a doctor’s visit for birth control to save money in the past year.
- Twenty-nine percent of women report that they have tried to save money by using their method inconsistently.
- More than half of young adult women say they have not used their method as directed because it was cost-prohibitive.
- Nearly half of women ages 18–34 with household incomes less than $75,000 report they need to delay or limit their childbearing because of economic hardships they’ve experienced in recent years.
I mean “lay off” as in “lay off, man, quit harshing my gig” and not “fire.” It’s a double entendre, designed to rope in the skeptical reader. Wink wink.
I wonder, actually, if this whole “social media experts are dumb” thing is some sort of tech cultural self resentment complex. It’s a thing I do, and it’s easy for me, so it’s worthless and anyone that does that for a living is dumb or evil.
But you know what? Love yourself! That thing you know, it’s really hard! It really is! It’s a skill. There are people that don’t have it. It’s okay to be good at it!
Sometimes, at just the right time, you see something awesome. Like this.