What We’re Reading: September 7-11

Libraries, population distribution, boomeranging, tidiness, multitasking, #[in]authentic, Apple news, monarchy milestone, and Welsh.

You’re supposed to keep library collections in a cool, dry place. Well, they got the dry part down.

How evenly distributed would you guess the population of the world to be? Spoilers: it’s not even at all. It makes sense when you see these maps. If you’re looking to redistribute yourself, you might want to check out this list of best cities for certain kinds of people.

It’s not just Millennials that are boomeranging to their parents’ house. What is causing more and more adults to move back in with their folks?

Is decluttering as bad as hoarding? Any behavior can be considered bad when it goes to extremes.

Are you one of those people trying to juggle 5 tasks at once? Multitasking can be done — find out mindful tips to stay on several tasks.

Who better to parody the unrealistic lives of the Instagram hip glitterati than Barbie?

The new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus were announced at Apple’s Sept. 9 event — check out the new features! Apple Pencil was also announced. Yes, really.

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On the other side of the pond, it took Queen Elizabeth II 63 years, 7 months, and a day to break this record.

While we’re on topics across the Atlantic, can you correctly pronounce Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?  This weatherman sure can!

Abby Creitz

NAR Web Content & Information Specialist

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