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Past articles by Nayomi:

Sagittarius Season Horoscope: Your Emoji-Scope for December 2020

Sagittarius season is here, and she’s all about making it to the other side. Here's your December 2020 horoscope. → Read More

Emojiscopes: Your horoscope for May 2020

With most of us still in quarantine, this month is a good time to reconnect with routines that feel stable. Here are your May 2020 horoscopes. → Read More

Swipe This! My ex never posted my pic. So why is his new boo all over his Instagram?

Looking up exes on Instagram is truly the worst idea. And yet, we all do it. At best, it's a waste of time. At worst, it's self-harm. → Read More

‘Love is Quarantine’ Instagram account brings Netflix experiment to the even smaller screen

'Love is Quarantine' copies Netflix's 'Love is Blind' experiment but tweaks it for singles staying home during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Humans of New York shares the greatest prison break story you’ve never heard

Humans of New York shared the story of a man named Bobby Love, his secret past, and the wife who worked tirelessly to get him back to freedom. → Read More

Emojiscopes: Your horoscope for February 2020

Welcome to your February 2020 horoscope! Aquarius season is a wonderful time of year for all of us to practice marching to our own beat. → Read More

Swipe This! Social media makes me feel like my career is lagging. Will I ever catch up?

The Daily Dot's resident advice columnist offers firm advice to a social media-obsessed filmmaker who can't stop comparing their art career to their peers'. → Read More


The existential lure of astrology

Popular astrologist Chani Nicholas, author of You Were Born for This: Astrology for Radical Self-Acceptance, discusses astrology’s trendiness, stigma as “pseudoscience,” and its connection to social change. → Read More

Emojiscopes: Your horoscope for January 2020

Welcome to your January 20202 horoscope! Capricorn season is here to usher in a high-energy and exciting decade. But make time to reflect and prepare. → Read More

The webseries that defined the decade

The best webseries of the decade, from 'Broad City' to 'Between Two Ferns,' changed how we watch entertainment while moving comedy forward. → Read More

The decade that dating apps exposed all our sh*t

From ‘Catfish’ to Me Too, modern romance is different. But that’s not necessarily bad. Inside the decade of dating apps and social currents that changed us. → Read More

The Miranda July-Margaret Qualley Instagram love story, explained

The most heartwrenching romantic film of 2019 is a series of posts on Miranda July’s Instagram account featuring Margaret Qualley. → Read More

Your Emoji-scopes for December 2019

Welcome to your December 2019 horoscope! Sagittarius season is here to usher in lots of adventure, learning, and maybe a spontaneous new tattoo—or two. → Read More

Swipe This! How do I prepare for holiday FOMO?

You can delete your apps to avoid holiday FOMO if you want to, but you won't stave off the FOMO unless you make space for yourself to actually feel it. → Read More

This former stripper has the best Humans of New York story of all time

According to her Humans of New York story, which is told in three posts, a former stripper named Tanqueray has lived quite the life. → Read More

Artist Yumi Sakugawa uses Instagram to tackle creative shame

On Instagram, artist Yumi Sakugawa shares her work about pleasure, desire, sadness, and the monstrous shame that gets in the way of our creativity. → Read More

Chaotic good, true neutral: The 2020 Democrat alignment chart

2020 Democrat Alignment Chart: How the 2020 Democrats stack up along the lines of lawful, good, neutral, evil, chaotic, and true. → Read More

Artist says Thinx underwear campaign ripped off their memes

Artist, musician, and 'higher self' meme-creator Bunny Michael was shocked to find that images from a Thinx campaign resembled their own art. → Read More

Swipe This! My ex-BFF keeps posting about grief. Should I reach out?

You don’t have to be suave or sophisticated to comfort the grieving. In times of grief, even awkward weirdos can be great company. → Read More

Intuitive Eating: The Hottest Diet of 2019 Isn’t a Diet at All

How intuitive eating’s thin, white veneer took over your Instagram feed. → Read More