I've been studying Childhood & Social Institutions in University for the last few months. It's a fascinating subject that has taught me a lot about the concept of childhood. It has many practical applications and if more people embraced the following teachings, I believe the world would be a better place for children everywhere.
It was around this time two years ago. I stood in the bus shelter, shivering from the cold Canadian winter. I smiled, staring at my phone, at my cryptocurrency portfolio. It was diverse, and it seemed like it was doubling every day. The growth was unbelievable. I dreamed of dropping out of school, pretty soon I would be a millionaire. I should probably see if any islands are for sale when I get home?
The Internet is filled with brave individuals attempting some of the spiciest challenges ever created. Whether it's the popular Paqui One Chip Challenge, or the brutal and aptly named Death Nut Challenge from Blazing Foods, there's no shortage of feats that push the limits of spiciness.
I've always loved Instagram filters. They allow anyone to quickly and easily add cool effects to their photos. Some even place 3D objects into your world that you can manipulate to create awesome videos. I always assumed it must be difficult to design them, and probably required hours of complex coding. Well, turns out I was wrong! Anyone can design and publish their own Instagram filter in minutes, no coding required.
You have to eat every day. Not only that, but you have to eat three meals a day. Make sure you get lots of snacks between meals too, because if you don't eat for a few hours you won't have any energy.