Recently, scientists moved the Armageddon clock closer to midnight than it's ever been. This clock, which shows us how close we are to the end of the world as we know it, has been around for decades.
If there's one thing most people overlook about top schools, it's the roots of their prestige. This is doubly true when you're dealing with schools that carry a huge legacy, like Princeton or Harvard.
I was 19 years old when it happened to me.
I was young, desperate for a job, and pretty much hard on luck. Then, a guy in a business suit offered me a job after hearing my difficulties in the job market. No, he wasn't a pimp—nor was he actually a businessman. He was a Multi Level Marketing representative.
I'll admit it. I'm a history buff, and part of my love of history includes a desire to learn about all the little differences that people took for granted back in the day. Small things, like learning what foods people went without or what now-forgotten books people read, make up a huge part of my reading time.
If you ask most people out there, learning about budgets is boring. Many of us don’t even really take the time to think about our budgets or where we’re headed. We just spend money, try to save, and hope for the best.
One of the harshest things about being an adult is realizing that you can't dress any way you want to dress and still be taken seriously. Sadly, it's a truth that everyone has to get used to, especially if you want to be gainfully employed.