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How to work from home while optimizing your time to the maximum
The world of work has undergone enormous changes in recent years, which has strongly impacted the lifestyle of everyone. Thanks to technology today you can do almost any work activity from home without having to move to any specific place because it is not necessary at all. In fact, you can choose where to work from, since it can be from home, a square, the beach, etc. This is valid both for those who work independently and for those who work in a job relationship.
Know thyself: 6 types of coffee reveal your personality
Coffee is the most widely drunk beverage in the world after water, which has given it an impressive popularity in the five continents. This infusion has been studied from all angles because it exerts a great influence on the daily life of consumers.
Meet Bulletproof coffee, the trend-setting infusion to lose weight, boost concentration and obtain energy
Bulletproof coffee is an infusion that has been drunk for hundreds of years in Asia due to its delicious flavor and the benefits it promotes. However, this type of coffee became fashionable in the West a few years ago through the American entrepreneur Dave Asprey, who spread it around the world.
5 harmful stereotypes in cartoons
Cartoons are an essential part of a child's development, as it is a mass entertainment product that influences their development. When parents see their child watching cartoons, they believe that this entertainment product is completely harmless. Unfortunately, this is not the case, as some animated series may contain various stereotypes that are offensive and perpetuate harmful prejudices.
Everything Everywhere All at Once: This is what the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded for the multiple virtues of this film
Everything Everywhere All at Once is already the most awarded film of all time and it actually has enough virtues for such an achievement. The film has emerged as the most unlikely heavyweight of the Academy Awards. An absurdist independent film combining existentialism and surrealism, released in March of last year, it has not only swept the Oscars, but is making history for its subject matter and originality. When "Everything Everywhere All at Once" was released in theaters, it revived the niche film industry after two years of pandemic, attracting moviegoers to art-house theaters and becoming the biggest box-office hit in that genre. But even then, talk of awards was extremely remote. It wasn't until late in the year, when it won Best Picture at the Gotham Awards that interest in the film began. And from then on, affection for it continued to build. Doubts that the film was too weird for older academy voters were dispelled. On the contrary, such originality was rewarded and celebrated by critics and audiences alike. The film won these Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Song.
MH370: THE PLANE THAT DISAPPEARED, Netflix docuseries that tries to explain the flight that ended in tragedy
Netflix released on March 8 MH370: The plane that disappeared, the docuseries that tries to explain what happened to the Malaysia Airlines flight, in which 239 people of 14 different nationalities died in the strangest circumstances. It should be recalled that on March 8, 2014, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, bound for Beijing, China. The flight should have lasted five hours, but it never arrived in the Chinese capital. Fifty minutes into the flight, contact with the plane was lost. Several countries around the world tried to find the missing plane, but only a few parts were found and the worst of all is that it was never known what really happened.
Scream 6 review: the great return of the most awaited horror movie
Scream 6 reveals a great job by directors Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin who have managed to combine classic features of the original story and at the same time makes reference to the previous films in the saga, making it most entertaining.
Get to know the new bad behaviors in social networks: ghosting, zombieing, breadcrumbing, orbiting, benching, hunting and cushioning
Since social networks have become popular around the world, new behaviors have become commonplace. People get to know each other through digital media and develop interpersonal relationships of all kinds. As users get to know each other, it may happen that one of the parties involved does not want to get to know the other person and therefore prefers to avoid him or her because he or she does not like the way he or she is. This circumstance gives rise to certain behaviors that have become common in social media: ghosting, zombieing, breadcrumbing, orbiting, benching, hunting and cushioning. Each one has its own meaning and it is convenient to know beforehand to know what to do if someone you know follows any of the mentioned behaviors.