humanity

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

  • Andres Wiest
    Published 2 months ago
    Never Enough

    Never Enough

    Dear Essential Workers,
  • Gabriella
    Published 2 months ago
    My worst Job ever!

    My worst Job ever!

    “Give me one good reason not to fire you”.
  • Basil Fresh
    Published 2 months ago
    Alice in the working land.

    Alice in the working land.

    Easily attached. Three days into work, and I’ve already felt like this place is home. It’s like a common problem for me. Because it’s dangerous to feel that comfortable in something that you barely had days to digest.
  • Lindsey Sherwin
    Published 2 months ago
    Through the Lens of Gia

    Through the Lens of Gia

    Immersing in threads of hope and insecurity, pain, and trauma, the injustices, fears and uncertainties, the feeling of being unseen and unheard, not being witnessed, or validated, along with the actions of others can have bold consequences for our careers in the entertainment industry, and especially in our personal lives. These elements of human behavior and human being ness can significantly influence our social development both as individuals and as artists.
  • Catherine Smith
    Published 2 months ago
    Legoland - Fun for Kids, Hell for Workers

    Legoland - Fun for Kids, Hell for Workers

    Ahh, Legoland. Most kids' first theme park. And, it's one heck of a theme park. The rides are great for starters, there are fun activities, the models are incredible and you're sure to have a fun-packed day...
  • Ellen Dilks
    Published 2 months ago
    Holding Up a Mirror

    Holding Up a Mirror

    I am an actress and director. I am also a theatre reviewer. I have not been able to earn as a reviewer since mid-March. My many wonderful artist-friends have not been able to earn performing or directing or designing since mid-March. We miss sharing our work with audiences. We miss being together in the "room where it happens."
  • Trycia Lino
    Published 2 months ago
    The Heart of America

    The Heart of America

    Somedays I wake up and think we are living in a movie with all that is happening in the world. There area almost 300,000 deaths in the world to date, and every day more people get sick and die. With over 4 million people sick in the world. In my family alone we have over 20 front line workers. Each Tuesday my uncle has created a call for the family to get on and check in on each other. It is a time when you don't know if the person you love most will live though the next day.
  • ShadowsPub
    Published 2 months ago
    The Broken Display Case

    The Broken Display Case

    The village’s four corners held a familiar feel. Maybe we’d travelled this way to visit the farm. Those childhood visits to the farm I thought were my parent’s friends. I learned my years later, they were family on dad’s side. My parents were never big on explaining family relationships.
  • HardFreedomCom
    Published 2 months ago
    The Most Embarrassing Mistakes I Have Made in My Professional Life

    The Most Embarrassing Mistakes I Have Made in My Professional Life

    Do you know that feeling when your heart starts beating faster and the color of your cheeks is turning red? I know this feeling very well. I had a few situations in my professional career that were a little bit stressful at the time, but it definitely boosts my mood when I think of them today!
  • Abbey Dowden
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Eco-Friendly Brands That Are Saving Our Planet

    10 Eco-Friendly Brands That Are Saving Our Planet

    Top 10 Eco-Friendly Brands You Can Trust
  • I.E.C. Ellis
    Published 2 months ago
    Insignificance

    Insignificance

    A paper bag is an insignificant thing. I rarely think about them. This one I thought about. It reminded me of a story Moby told me.
  • Kristyn Meyer
    Published 2 months ago
    Fantastic Business Ideas That Make My Kids Happy

    Fantastic Business Ideas That Make My Kids Happy

    Kristyn Meyer is on a journey to make herself the best human that she can be. These posts are a reflection of that. She welcomes your support via reading and through commissioned affiliate links within her posts! To stay up to date on all of her shenanigans, please subscribe to her email list! (psst…there’s a free gift involved)