One of the coolest things about writing for The Reference Council is that we get to post whatever we want. There’s no brands we need to pander to or limits on what we can post. It’s kind of liberating, as it means we can share with you whatever we think you’ll find interesting. It, at least, provides something a bit different. This is a fascinating article on a Russian family who lived in complete isolation for 40 years, unaware that World War II had even happened.
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I’ve been wanting to do something vaguely travel related on here for a hot minute now. The problem is, outside of telling you where to get the best deep fried pizza in Glasgow, I’m pretty useless at stuff like that. So, we invited Joy along to speak about her new book, “The Best Things to [...]