Between two skies and towards the night.
Why is Andrew Tate Popular?
Andrew Tate is a British-American social media personality, former professional kickboxer, attempted reality TV star and a businessman. He is ludicrously popular with boys young men and I’m always equally amused and baffled when yet another think piece comes out in the press scratching its head about why Andrew Tate is as popular as he is.
Twitter is Toxic, and It's Not Elon's Fault
Elon bashing is in. Blaming him for Twitter's ills is de rigueur. It's fashionable. It's rewarded. Back in 2015 he was a quirky entrepreneur, now he's seemingly the bad guy in an Iron Man film. The new Trump. But I say forget Elon Musk. He’s not the problem here.
The Window, The World
The outside world was unknown to her, but she could see a glimpse of it through the window in his room. She, Mary, had never been outside, not since the day she was born. Her entire life had been spent within the walls of what they called "the compound", a sprawling complex of interconnected buildings that served as her home, her life, her prison.
6 Big Things Things You Learn Joining a Rock Band
Spoiler alert: No band I was ever in became successful. Not even slightly. My music career was an unremitting failure. If you’ve come here to learn about music, forget it. I know as much about that as the next useless dork.
How Facing Fear Gives You Energy, Faith, and Power
“Strength comes from your struggle – when you learn to see your struggle as opportunities to become stronger, better, wiser. Then your thinking shifts from “I can’t do this” to “I must do this.” – Toni Sorenson
Do I Have Adult ADHD? And What To Do Next
ADHD doesn’t exist, right? No one can focus, everyone gets distracted, and we all forget things. Right? Right? Hello? I used to insist this was the case for years. I would grandstand in the pub, in the office, and to any who’d listen, explaining ADHD was simply exuberant personalities not adhering to authority by fitting into school lessons and corporate jobs.
Nostalgia is a Liar
They call it “nostalgia” and not “the past “ because nostalgia is a rose-tinted lens that distorts the past, a lens through which we bend and contort memories to fit our whims and desires, to have them slot neatly into narratives and weave seamlessly into wider stories we tell ourselves, stories about when we were younger, stronger, better, happier.
4 Thoughts About Age in a Superficial World That Worships Youth
I’m 44. Being over 40 used to bother me, I felt old, ancient, in fact. Weird thoughts crept into my middle-aged mind; thoughts about becoming frail, looking aged, getting ill, being redundant to society and being unattractive to the opposite sex.