Give yourself a new nickname, get reacquainted with your closet, become more charismatic, and other little activities to make the time fly by.
If you're feeling impatient as hell or just can’t really let yourself feel hope yet, here's what to do.
This isn't the worst year for sincerity, so reach out to people isolated in prisons, nursing homes, and long-term medical care facilities.
With the current state of the world, it's essential, not selfish or silly, to give yourself a positive, anticipatory boost—here’s why.
A guide to filling reimagined celebrations with the importance, joy, and light mayhem that we yearn for in this season.
Come up with some fun alternative plans, and know that drilling your relatives with objectively true facts might not be the most effective route here.
If you can't go see your family or play charades with your friends, why not smash some decorative gourds in the street with a bat?
It might be tempting to put this decision off until the last minute, but there are lots of good reasons not to go, and you shouldn't feel guilty.
Advice from dentists (and therapists) about grinding, gritting, and other mouth problems that are on the rise in an already bad time.
There will come a season where all of our favorite things are possible again. Strongly consider that this isn’t the one.