Staying on top of the news has always been taxing—in 2020, that’s especially true. This September, the three most-saved stories by the Pocket community were concerned takes on the upcoming U.S. election and America’s handling of the pandemic, as well as The New York Times’ deep dive into President Trump’s taxes.
The bright spot? We’re still looking for better techniques to take care of ourselves in the face of the doom-and-gloom news cycle. The rest of the top ten were all about how to live better, from breaking our distraction addiction to falling asleep faster and making friends as an adult.
The Times obtained Donald Trump’s tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.
After more than a decade of writing life-changing advice, I know when to move on. Here’s what else I learned.
The rule of awkward silence has always been valuable. But in a world of instant gratification, it’s more useful than ever.
Research finds highly intelligent individuals prefer to socialize less than the rest of us.
A doctor of physical therapy explains why she recommends the simple breathing exercise.
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