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10 Witchy Fashion Items for Your Favorite Goth Chick
Ladies and gentlemen, I have a confession to make. This is not a witch hunt; I am, in fact, a witch. As a pagan, I have a penchant for loving all things dealing with the occult—including witchy fashion.
10 Non-Traditional Wedding Gifts for Your Inner Hippie
As of right now, my husband and I are working towards getting the legal paperwork to be officially married in the eyes of the law. We are also working towards having a major celebration that will celebrate our union, as well as our time in the rave scene.
What Are Pre-Birth Experiences?
Mortality has a way of raising a multitude of questions in us. What does a dying person see? Do people actually have immaterial souls? Is there life after death? Is reincarnation real? Are ghosts real? What do people see in near-death experiences? Are there really lights and flashes of memory?
How to Choose a Private School for Your Child
I like to think of myself as a very unique person when it comes to my schooling. I'm a veteran of almost every type of school system the United States offers. I spent most of my elementary and middle school in the public school system. I then switched to a private middle school, followed by vocational schooling.
10 Reasons Why the Republican Party Is Dying
Back in 2016, I told people that the Republican party is dying—and warned them that they would act like a viper flailing for its last bite against a mongoose. Snakes, like any other animal, will become twice as vicious and three times as aggressive when they feel they're cornered.
10 Spicy Fragrances Perfect for Winter
There's something incredibly sexy, mysterious, and warming about a spicy-smelling fragrance, isn't there? Maybe it's the whiff of cinnamon, pepper, or cloves that gets you going. Or, maybe it's the bergamot.
11 Great Gifts for People Who Want to Visit Japan
I'll admit it. One of my personal dreams is to visit Japan. I want to tour the streets of Tokyo, visit Shinto shrines, check out authentic yakisoba (translates from Japanese to: fried buckwheat), and shop with the cool kids of Shibuya. If I ever get the chance to do so, I absolutely will.
How Much Should You Save for an Emergency Fund?
It's a common fact that most Americans live paycheck to paycheck. A single disaster, like the very recent government shutdown, would be enough to make most Americans face very serious consequences in their lives.