Edy Zoo is an author who writes about social subjects. He contributes to the ever-growing library of social critics.
6 Reasons Your Once Profitable Side Gig Is Failing Now
We've all been there. You're stuck in a rut, not making ends meet, and you need to do something to bring in some extra cash. So you start scouring the internet for side hustles that could make you some quick and easy money. You find a few that look promising, and before you know it, you're running a profitable side business…or so you thought.
The Dragon, The Child, and The Styx
The air was thin, thin enough that the distant shouts from Delphi above could travel great distances; yes, thin enough that you could see the serpentine writhing of the clouds; and thin enough that the wind could eat you alive. Likewise, the sun was a hazy ball in a pale-blue sky that spread across the horizon. The air was so thin that even looking directly at the sun would cause pain in your eyes.
A Brief History of Sofrito and How to Make It (Puerto Rican Style)
Sofrito is a staple in Puerto Rican cuisine. It is a base sauce made of onions, peppers, garlic, cilantro, and sometimes tomato sauce. Traditionally, sofrito is made fresh and in small batches because it only has a shelf life of a few days. However, you can freeze it in an ice cube tray and use one cube as needed.
The Reasons I Stopped Dating and The Rewards I Reaped from My Decision
I'm unsure if it's because I've been focusing on my career more or because I'm pickier. Still, for whatever reason, I haven't been dating for a while now, and I don't miss it. Honestly, I think somewhere along the way, I stopped enjoying it and decided to quit altogether.
How to Be an Analog in a Digital World According to a Robot
It can be easy to feel left behind in an increasingly digital world. FOMO, or the fear of missing out, is real, and it can be tempting to try and keep up with the latest trends so that you don't get left in the dust. But something is to be said for being an analog in a digital world.
Can We Really Prove That Good Exists?
We all want to believe in the existence of Good. It's what makes us human, after all. But is it something we can actually prove? Does Objective Good exist in the world, or is it merely a subjective feeling? Let's explore this philosophical question together.
How Reading Can Improve Your Life When You Make It A Daily Habit
It's no secret that reading has a plethora of benefits. It can make you more intelligent and empathetic and even help you live longer. But in today's fast-paced world, finding the time to crack open a book can be challenging.
The Real Reason Why People Come To Your Website (And How To Improve It)
Have you ever wondered why people come to your website? You might think it's because they're interested in your product or service. But you'd be wrong! In reality, there are only three reasons why people come to your website…and only one of them has anything to do with your product. Keep reading to find out what the three reasons are - and how you can use them to improve your website.
My Fiance Dumped Me (And Now I Believe Love Is Bullshit)
As the days ticked by, my fiancé and I began arguing more. Eventually, we drifted so far apart that it felt like there was no going back. Deep down, though, I still believed in our love - even if he didn't seem to feel the same way anymore.
A Brief History of Ice Cream & Tips on How to Best Enjoy It On a Cool Day
What’s better than ice cream on a hot day? OK, maybe not *better*, but ice cream on a cool day is pretty darn good too. In fact, why should temperature have anything to do with it? Ice cream is delicious all year round!
How to Survive Infidelity in the NBA…and Beyond
The headlines come in quick succession, from the Internet to the evening news to the morning paper. What is the topic? The infidelity of Ime Udoka. It's a revelation that has rocked the NBA world as the ethos of the star coach keeps dropping like a rock after each passing headline.