I'm Father Time's older sister. I was born at the beginning of the universe, and I exist to field all of life's questions.
The main reason Auntie suggests you pursue this man, however, is that she hopes you will fall passionately in love.
Though wanting the good things is painful, it is still preferable to not knowing what the good things are.
This week, in response to MIT Summer Confessions posts, Auntie will give yet more unsolicited advice. Remember, folks, even your (technologically incompetent) aunt can read a public page!
Don’t wait too long for the perfect moment. There won’t be one.
In the midst of all the liquid nitrogen ice cream, puzzle hunts, and lock-picking, you should make sure to take time for self-reflection.
Auntie believes you could find love again.
Once you’ve started procrastinating, don’t feel as though you must keep procrastinating. You are not simply either a procrastinating fool or a productivity fiend.
There is much mythology surrounding the female orgasm.
To quote Rilke, “If your daily life seems poor, do not blame it; blame yourself that you are not poet enough to call forth its riches.”
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We are surrounded by so many people who are so clever at math and who value math skills highly that it's completely understandable to feel insecure.
The Tech's Auntie Matter provides sage advice on matters related to all things sleeping.