The Best of Mashable
20+ most popular Mashable articles, as voted by our community.
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Mashable on ADHD
Why ADHD and mindfulness make for unexpected but perfect bedfellows
Shared by 274, including Ceferino Díaz, Jane
«Mindfulness helps you monitor and refocus your attention away from distractions through non-judgmental acceptance of your moment-to-moment experience»
Everything you thought you knew about ADHD is wrong
Forget literally everything you thought you knew about ADHD.
Mashable on Mozilla
How to ditch Google Chrome for Firefox
How to break your Google Chrome habit.
Firefox calls BS on Google's full-page privacy ads in the Washington Post
Google took out some print ads. Firefox isn't feeling it.
Mashable on Podcasts
The 25 best educational podcasts for learning what you missed in school
Podcasts can be great teachers.
Mashable on Productivity
Your attention span isn't dead — yet. These tips can help restore your ability to focus.
An expert who's studied the art and science of focusing shares her go-to strategies.
«47 seconds as the average 21st-century attention span on a screen»
10 best Google Chrome extensions for productivity
Work smarter, not harder with these free tools.
«IDEAL FOR ANYONE WHO STRUGGLES TO CONCENTRATE: FOCUS TO-DO: POMODORO TIMER & TO DO LIST»
Mashable on Relationships
How to stop caring what people think about you
It's not simple. But it's part of being human.
«Approval-seeking is usually a childhood-created coping strategy. Did you feel a need to get love from your parents and create ways to gain their approval? Did you struggle to make friends at school, and subsequently develop a fear of being rejected?" she said. "By identifying where the approval-seeking started, you can identify the types of situations that trigger your need for approval in your current life."»
How online dating impacts people with anxiety (and how to deal with it)
Social anxiety is in a love-hate relationship with online dating.
Mashable on Self Care
You've been getting self-care all wrong. It's a political act and always has been.
A brief history of self-care, and the OG (Original Guru), Socrates.
Self-care isn't enough. We need community care to thrive.
Self-care alone can't heal communities.
Mashable on Sexuality
How to perform cunnilingus like a pro
Don't trust porn to teach you.
Masturbation meditation works. Here’s the proof.
Social distancing, but make it horny.
Mashable on Space
Hubble stuns with new glittering star cluster image
A brilliant disco ball of stars.
Scientists discover a mysterious solar system. It's nothing like ours.
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3 things I learned after meditating for 100 weeks straight
What happens when you make meditation a real habit.
«Being able to sit with your feelings, being able to regulate them in adaptive ways, are really cornerstone skills of being happy in life,»
From 'House of the Dragon' to 'She-Hulk': Pugs are having a TV moment
TV's hottest new microtrend is... pugs?
Every self-help book ever, boiled down to 11 simple rules
The basic advice in hundreds of bestsellers is older than you think.
Millennials destroyed the rules of written English
The spelling and grammar rules do not apply on the Millennial Internet™.
How reptiles took over the world
They were forced to evolve.
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