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10 Reasons You’re An Absolute C**T
Love it or hate it, the world’s most divisive word is here to stay, and as a superior southerner, I use it often. But that’s okay, because it only sounds right when we say it.Gary RagnarssonPublished 9 days ago in Humans
The Case Against Hyper-Individualism
It is not inherently bad to look out for yourself and your own interests. How many times have you heard that you have to “be a better friend to yourself” or to “take care of yourself?” If you can’t help yourself, then how can you help others out? The key thing to keep in mind with being individualistic is that while it can help you as a person, you should always remember that it does not mean neglecting, hurting, or disadvantaging others in the process. You can be an individualistic person but that does not excuse selfish or amoral behavior at all.
An African survival story
What is construed as glamourous in our everyday lives? Is it the perfect photograph splashed atop a story. Or is it the content written within the story. The poignant and true pictures of the real lives of a people who struggle for existence, the people whom we cannot begin to comprehend their daily battles for survival. A simple life of relative comfort to some, would seem like a kings palace and a banquet feast to many of our brothers and sisters around the world. Some who have to fight so hard for the providing of a few morsels for their daily bread.Novel AllenPublished 13 days ago in Humans
Let’s get tipsy!!!! I know what you’re thinking—it’s not the weekend. The bars aren’t hopping and you have got to get through a week of work sober. I get it, I do. However, I’m challenging you to get a bit tipsy this Tuesday. Let your hair down. Do something different for a change. Let’s start a trend—we’ll call it Tipsy Tuesday. Are you in? I hope so, cause this will be the new vocal BUZZ!Natalie StoverPublished 13 days ago in Humans
12 Life Lessons The Golden Girls Taught Us
Picture it: Miami, 1985. Four middle-aged actresses agree to play the characters of Blanche, Rose, Dorothy, and Sophia who share a home in a TV sitcom called The Golden Girls, unaware at the time of the kind of impact the show would leave on its adoring fans. The show aired until 1992, ending with a one-season spinoff called Golden Palace. The seven years we were graced with The Golden Girls on our television screens made its mark. More than three decades after Susan Harris’ imagination sparked the creation of these iconic characters, fans from around the world still watch reruns of The Golden Girls, spend time discussing the show on social media in Facebook groups like The Golden Girls Fanatics, carry Sophia-inspired handbags and relate to the episodes in their daily lives.
Dear Beerbelly Cheesecake: We're Just Fine, Thx! XO, Stella.
As I walked out the front door of our house, Curtis charged right after me. His mouth was as wide open as his jaw hinges would allow so that he could yell at full volume. His tongue wagged wildly and his lips never seemed to touch each other:Marie WilsonPublished 15 days ago in Humans
I sit here sipping my coffee, gazing at the mountains peaking through trees, chewing on a question I keep returning to. I admire bravery, I always have. Surely with the rise of super hero movies, I am to believe that most of society also admires bravery. Though, it looks very different from Batman knocking out criminals in the night. Bravery for most of us, is a subtle choice in a moment that may really only be noticed by ourselves.Laura LannPublished 19 days ago in Humans
Comprehension ≠ Embodiment
We've probably all been guilty of this at some point in our lives. I know I have. Someone explains something to me. It's easy enough to understand. So then I think I 'know how to do it' because I know 'about' it.
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Dating: Do's & Don'ts
Dating is complicated. So we simplified it for you. What to do and what not to do - the Dating edition.
Match.com, Tinder, JDate, and beyond. Welcome to the world wide web of dating. Are you ready to sign up?
Second Chance at Love
From breaking up after 3 years to divorcing after 50; we're here to tell you that you can love again.
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The rise of remote work and its implications for the future of work.
The rise of remote work has been a significant shift in the way people work and has numerous implications for the future of work. Here are some key points to consider:
Best Doctor for Chemotherapy in Hyderabad - Dr G Vamshi Krishna Reddy
Chemotherapy plays a crucial role in the treatment of cancer. It involves the use of powerful drugs to destroy cancer cells and prevent their growth and spread. When undergoing chemotherapy, it is essential to find the best doctor who can provide expert guidance, personalized treatment, and compassionate care. In Hyderabad, Dr. G Vamshi Krishna Reddy stands out as one of the most renowned and proficient Doctors for Chemotherapy.tejaswini bramaniPublished 3 minutes ago in Humans
The Rise of the Digital Nomads
In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, a new breed of professionals has emerged, transforming the traditional notion of work and challenging the conventional 9-to-5 office routine. They are the digital nomads, individuals who have embraced remote working as a lifestyle and are revolutionizing the job market. With the rise of technology and connectivity, the possibilities for location-independent work have expanded exponentially, opening doors to a world of freedom, flexibility, and limitless potential. In this article, we will explore how remote working is reshaping the job market, paving the way for the rise of digital nomads.Gilbert Mutongoi AshikuPublished 3 minutes ago in Humans
Injustice in Conflicts in Ukraine
Injustice in Conflicts in Ukraine: Unveiling the Shadows In the heartland of Eastern Europe lies a nation known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and resilient people. Ukraine, a country that has endured numerous conflicts throughout its existence, finds itself once again entangled in a web of injustice. The conflicts that have plagued this land have unleashed a torrent of pain and suffering, leaving deep scars on the collective psyche of its people. In this narrative, we delve into the dark realm of injustice that has engulfed Ukraine, unraveling the stories that deserve to be heard and seeking a glimmer of hope amidst the shadows.Bamigbade AfeezPublished 12 minutes ago in Humans
The Psychology of Motivation
Introduction Motivation is a complex and fascinating aspect of human behavior. It drives us to take action, pursue goals, and achieve our dreams. Whether it's the desire to excel in our careers, maintain healthy relationships, or simply get out of bed in the morning, understanding the psychology of motivation is crucial for personal growth and success. In this article, we will delve deeper into the subject, exploring various theories and factors that influence human motivation.Alabi Joshua SundayPublished 12 minutes ago in Humans
Economic Impact and Future Outlook
The economic impact of various factors on a country or region can have far-reaching consequences, shaping its present state and future outlook. In this brief analysis, we will explore the economic impact of significant events and trends and consider their implications for the future.
Building Resilience: Bouncing Back from Life's Challenges
Introduction: Life is full of challenges and setbacks that can test our resilience. Resilience is the ability to adapt and bounce back from adversity, setbacks, and stress. It is a crucial skill that empowers us to navigate through difficult times and emerge stronger and more capable. In this article, we will explore strategies for building resilience and developing the mental and emotional fortitude to face life's challenges head-on. By incorporating these strategies into your life, you can enhance your resilience and embrace a more resilient mindset.Mohamed RimzanPublished 35 minutes ago in Humans
Unravelling Shadows of hope
In the coastland of Kenya, a wave of darkness swept through unsuspecting communities. Within the folds of the serene landscape of shakahola, hidden cultic movements thrived, luring vulnerable individuals into their treacherous grasp. The story that unfolds here is one of shattered dreams, unimaginable loss, and the enduring power of human resilience.Jesse OsinyaPublished 39 minutes ago in Humans
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