humanity

The real lives of businessmen, professionals, the everyday man, stay at home parent, healthy lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories.

  • Dylan Miller
    Published 32 minutes ago
    Leadership Starts at Home

    Leadership Starts at Home

    Leadership Starts at Home I can't remember when I heard the phrase "leadership starts at home," but I think about it a lot.
  • Jon Jones
    Published 41 minutes ago
    Christmas Shopping At GameStop? Reconsider.

    Christmas Shopping At GameStop? Reconsider.

    "Power to the players." GameStop has always branded itself as a company by gamers, for the gamers. They offer rewards programs, buy your games back when you're done with them, and even give you a refund if you don't like the game you just bought (assuming it's pre-owned). In theory, it should rule the game-retail world and have no competition.
  • Kerri MiLLs
    Published a day ago
    Shoot-out to Tim Horton's Workers!

    Shoot-out to Tim Horton's Workers!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo-qweh7nbQ Blue Swede- Hooked On A Feeling. Feel Free to Listen to suggested song whilst reading!:)
  • Mis Educated
    Published 3 days ago
    Get Vocal.

    Get Vocal.

    "Oh Sweetheart. Really? Is that what you think? No honey..... It's not like that at all..... If that's what you think, then you have no idea of what's been going on these past few years.
  • Storyteller
    Published 6 days ago
    Retail Stories: "I Would be Careful if I were You"

    Retail Stories: "I Would be Careful if I were You"

    I've worked on multiple retail jobs and collected a lot of interesting stories. I still think back to the experiences... I've become a person that's extremely picky with whom I work with especially what kind of employer/manager I work with. I still remember in my early twenties, working for an employer, whom I had trusted until there were none. Thinking back, there were many reasons for the end of that relationship, but this event had definitely ruined my last bit of trust for them. I can't say they were terrible employers, however, if there were more empathy, communication, transparency, and sense of responsibility, the results could've and would've been different. I mean, what's the point of saying all these now, no more blabbering, let's get to the story.
  • Roseinbloom
    Published 8 days ago
    Writing happy as a daisy

    Writing happy as a daisy

    I love to write all kinds of things, but why am I scared to publish it? All the different styles of writing and topics are fun to write about so.. Why am I scared to share what I love to write about? Even when there isn't any comment section on this site.. Why do I hesitate? Past history fear of rejection that still lingers here and there possibly?
  • Jamie Kurtz
    Published 9 days ago
    20+ Jobs With The Highest Divorce Rate [2020]

    20+ Jobs With The Highest Divorce Rate [2020]

    Have you ever wondered if different types of jobs have higher rates of divorce? According to Onrec and Business Insider, there are a few different types of careers that do have higher divorce rates than others.
  • Michelle Kaldy
    Published 9 days ago
    A Story of Creative Block from a Broken Filmmaker

    A Story of Creative Block from a Broken Filmmaker

    I guess the first thing to address is the term “Broken Filmmaker” and what that means. I don’t think I can call myself a filmmaker currently. 2020 has been a massive punch in the guts and I understand hearing that has almost become a cliche.
  • Abe
    Published 10 days ago
    I Want To Look While I Win

    I Want To Look While I Win

    "I think perfection is ugly. Somewhere in the things humans make, I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion." – Yohji Yamamoto
  • Kane Le-Petit
    Published 11 days ago
    ADHD, Films, and my attempt at doing something creative

    ADHD, Films, and my attempt at doing something creative

    The effort it’s taken me to c mi ome up with and write just a few words, including my title and caption, would be enough to put any hardworking creative to shame. So let’s be honest here and start with one simple fact straight out the bag - I am no talented writer.
  • FileUnemployment
    Published 11 days ago
    Unemployment rate by industry, state, education, gender, metropolitan city

    Unemployment rate by industry, state, education, gender, metropolitan city

    Unemployment Rate is an important measure of the health of an economy, its growth, and the success of a country’s economic initiatives. A zero unemployment rate is not technically possible but a low rate is highly desirable because higher job creation has been positively associated with greater satisfaction, innovation, lowered crime rates and progress across every other developmental indicator.
  • Fearless Horizons
    Published 13 days ago
    I hate my job

    I hate my job

    I know I said I was going to start posting different content but sometimes I just need to have someone to vent to. Being a server sucks. If you need a job until you can find a better one then it works good as a temporary fix. On the other hand though, it’s very exhausting especially for an introvert like myself. I hate coming into work because of the fact that it’s extremely slow with everything going on covid related. If we get shut down again I’m screwed. I can’t collect unemployment again yet. Even if I do collect unemployment all I will be getting is maybe $200 a month if I’m lucky. All of my money I make is in my tips and since I’ve changed where I’m working I don’t make anything near where I’m used to. I’m honestly worried. I understand why the shut down will happen and I understand that it’s to protect people but it’s just going to make me homeless. I can’t afford my bills at that point. I can’t do anything. I mean isn’t it already bad enough that I don’t get decent insurance? Haven’t I been hit hard enough with that? Lets get real guys, if I get sick I can’t go to the hospital and get checked out because I don’t have decent insurance. I’ll have to pay for pretty much the entire thing. I don’t make enough to pay for medical expenses.