9 ultra breathable face masks, all on sale for a limited time

Mashable
No matter what you do with your time during a pandemic, it's always safer to wear a mask. But even outspoken pro-mask-wearers can admit that they aren't always comfortable when you're out for a jog or picnicking in the park with friends. Before you start wear…
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Kids stuck at home: 3 ways to foster social skills

CNN
With the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic getting worse in most of the country, a growing number of school districts from San Francisco to Atlanta have determined that a return to daily in-person instruction isn't yet safe or viable. They aim to to stick wit…
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The $6 Stainless Steel Cleaner I Fell in Love with After Seeing My Friend’s Fingerprint-Free Fridge

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Banish fingerprints and that wet-looking film that's often left behind by other cleaners. READ MORE...
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How to Get More Plants for Free (18 photos)

Houzz.com
It’s amazing how quickly buying a few plants can add up to a fairly big monetary outlay. Fortunately, there are time- and gardener-honored ways of getting plants for little or no cost. You can get offsprings of your (or your friends’) plants for free, whether…
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This pandemic means we don’t live in a timeline any more. It's more of a timesoup | Josephine Tovey

Theguardian.comlifeandstyle
As the hours, days, weeks and months become a blur, it’s no longer clear if time is passing too quickly, or too slowly“The days are bleeding together and I no longer know what the passage of time is,” a friend in Melbourne messages me. She’s five weeks into h…
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The 5 Reasons Your Freezer Is Always a Hot Mess — And What to Do About It

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Are you an over-optimistic freezer? READ MORE...
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Indigenous Cultures Have Archaeology Too

SAPIENS
In Papua New Guinea, Indigenous peoples have been interpreting their ancestral landscapes for generations.
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Australian Indigenous banana cultivation found to go back over 2,000 years

Phys.Org
Archaeologists at The Australian National University (ANU) have found the earliest evidence of Indigenous communities cultivating bananas in Australia.
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More People Getting Naked During Coronavirus: When Clothing Is Optional, What About Masks?

Forbes
New rise in nudism in many countries, is being linked to COVID-19 confinement and this is why.
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Larsen Toubro wins #39;significant#39; contracts for various businesses

Moneycontrol
The project aims to improve the quality of treated sewage and save potable drinking water which is presently being used for gardening and irrigating green spaces in the city.
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L&T bags orders worth Rs 1,500 crore

The Times of India
L&T bags orders worth Rs 1,500 croreL&T’s water and effluent treatment business won its first order in Chandigarh from the Chandigarh Smart City to construct a 136 million litres per day sewage treatment plant on a design, build and operate basis.
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The best subscription boxes you can buy as gifts or enjoy yourself

Business Insider
  • No matter who is the lucky recipient, a monthly subscription box is a great way to make someone feel special. That's why we've gathered up some of the best subscription clubs you can subscribe to.
  • Wine aficionados will love Winc, snackers wi…
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Bella Hadid’s Zoom Call Photoshoot!

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Bella Hadid has been working throughout this pandemic, from having her sister Gigi shoot her photoshoot for Elle Magazine and has been busy at her mothers farm gardening, feeding the animals and building tree swings. Her newest piece of work is for British Vo…
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Boise’s Urban Garden School teaches sustainable gardening

Urbanorganicgardener.com
BOISE, ID (CBS2) — “Now more than ever it is especially important to know where your food comes from, the importance of environmental education is huge,” explains Executive Director of Boise Urban Garden, Lisa Duplessie. “Getting outside of that traditional c…
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Britons hope to keep sustainable habits beyond COVID-19 lockdown, research suggests

Phys.Org
Britons are keen to continue with low-carbon lifestyle choices adopted during lockdown, according to research by The University of Manchester and Cardiff University.
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Coronavirus: have we already missed the opportunity to build a better world?

Phys.Org
Many people like to say that the coronavirus is teaching us a lesson, as if the pandemic were a kind of morality play that should lead to a change in our behaviour. It shows us that we can make big shifts quickly if we want to. That we can build back better. …
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Reintroducing uncultivated edible plants into our kitchens

The Hindu
Many of the indigenous plants we dismiss and destroy have deep roots in the nutrient-rich traditional diets of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Meet the people reviving them
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This is the one piece of crucial coronavirus protective gear everyone forgets about

BGR
  • The most important thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from the novel coronavirus is to wear a face mask, and both of Amazon's best-sellers are in stock right now.
  • Amazon's best-selling 3-ply coronavirus face masks are on sal…
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Urban gardening takes deeper root in Cuba amid pandemic

Urbanorganicgardener.com
HAVANA, July 5 (Xinhua) — Angel Hernandez, a resident of Havana’s central Playa district, never imagined he would be cultivating crops again after retiring, but the COVID-19 pandemic presented a good excuse. Like many Cubans, he has been supportive of the cou…
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'Illusion' trend makes gardens look bigger - and all you need is shower curtain

Mirror Online
A new gardening trend is taking over facebook, which sees people using shower curtains to give the illusion that their back yard looks bigger than it actually is
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