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I moved to Singapore for work in December 2020, and my nine months in the city-state turned out nothing like I'd expected.
Protein is key for muscle gain, and as long as you're in a calorie deficit, you don't have to cut carbs or fat, fitness reporter Rachel Hosie said.
Melissa Petro says more workers are realizing they shouldn't have to sacrifice their lives to low wages and abusive bosses.
Insider reporter Rachel Hosie says she cut her body fat from 30% to 17% by eating a high-protein diet comprised of chicken, turkey and Greek yogurt.
After two health scares, an attorney and his wife were ready for a "buying storm": "We just couldn't wait to get out and start spending."
"When I saw the data, the whole risk of the vaccine just went completely down in my mind. It's basically harmless," Tom Shaw, 30, said.
While on the vaccinated Carnival Vista cruise, Insider's reporter said she was shocked by how much she relied on her phone and how packed events were.
Brightside, by a former 23andMe exec, was "definitely worth it," Julie Peck says, but overall "we're just not there yet" for online mental healthcare.
Twitter is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its public launch on July 15. I joined when I was 13 so my brain's been trained to think in 140 characters.
"I recently spent $2,000 posting job listings on Indeed and only received 10 resumes," says Zach Erdem. "Servers took home $5,000, because we're busier than ever."
Five young LGBTQ+ YouTube fans told Insider how discovering queer video creators gave them the courage to come out and be themselves.
Many Latinx people struggle to speak Spanish fluently with family or friends. One writer says love overcomes language barriers.
"A server tripped and spilled some wine in the restaurant and started crying. You can tell they're on edge," Halee Whiting, 32, says about her trip.
For fans like me, the 2004 music video for "Everytime" was the first chilling sign of her struggles to come. Now everyone else has finally caught up.
I'm obsessed with hitting my fitness goals thanks to wearables, but the Halo's body fat scans left me feeling discouraged rather than motivated.