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If you’re going through a big transition or simply feeling drained, it can help to go into “low power mode.” I heard this tip on the podcast “Happier With Gretchen Rubin” while I was on maternity leave, and immediately felt comforted. Low power mode — yes. During this period, you’re able to perform only the most critical functions, while postponing everything else until you’re back on full power. You’re conserving your energy so that you don’t have to shut down completely. (The term refers to the iPhone’s battery-saving mode, for the non-Apple people.)

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The rules of chess have remained consistent since the early 19th Century, but that doesn't mean our approach to the game has stayed the same. Here are some intriguing and surprising ways the Game of Kings has changed its shape over the past 150 years.