To whoever it may concern,
I will never forget the day it first happened. I was only 15, my grandmother had recently died, and Ivan had torn through my state. We were visiting family friends in Atlanta, Georgia. That day we were getting ready to go to Stone Mountain, but we never made it. Breakfast seemed normal. Fruit, biscuits with syrup, and sausage. I sat at the table eating with all the other kids, but shortly after pain in the my stomach started. I thought it was indigestion so I got a Tums from my mom's friend. Then I went outside for a short walk and some air. I did not even make it out of their yard before my pain got so intense I could not stand it. Immediately I went back towards the house everyone was upstairs getting ready, so I tried to climb the stairs to get help. Last thing I remembered was reaching the top of the stairs, intense gut wrenching agony, so much pain, and then my mom's friend screaming for someone to catch me. I woke up at the bottom of the stairs to the screaming of one of the younger girls saying that I had died. There was no way to know that this one day, this one event, would change the way I lived and approached my life everyday from then on.
You must often hear people talking about different forms of psychology.
Trends come and go and are often recycled—think how flared trousers and crop tops have become part of today’s aesthetics, dragged back to the present from the 90s. However, some trends are entirely new and take us by storm, creating a new era shaped by the needs and desires of the current generations. This is the case with the much-needed and ever-rising comfort industry.
Though majority of its cases are somewhat non-serious and can be alleviated with self-care, it could still emerge as a life-threatening ailment. For instance, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reports that the virus has infected more than 2.7 million people in 216 countries. Moreover, the pandemic has also claimed almost 9 lakh lives till date. (9th September, 2020)
If you're buying a mountain bike for the first time or buying a second one after years, you're likely to find yourself puzzled with the variety and specs of the mountain bikes manufactured today. The wide array of options might leave a bit confused and leave you wanting to purchase almost every other model. But then again, even if you go with one that wins your heart with its visual aesthetics and apparent benefits, you might not find one that's best for you.
The main issue especially for one’s health. It is important to look after one’s health and engage in various exercises and maintain an actual active lifestyle to ensure the body functions at an optimum state.
Nowadays it feels that this COVID 19 or pandemic feels like a normal thing for everyone and although things seem to be opening up, it's important to still be careful and let one’s guard down by going out just like in the past. This seems to be the new normal so it seems. Although it's true gyms in some local areas might start to open up a bit while applying social distance, most areas are still closed and this could be an issue especially for one’s health.
Being nearsighted, farsighted, or astigmatic is nearly the same as being half-blind since the entire world is blur without vision correction devices like lens or spectacles. It’s challenging driving at night, especially when the approaching vehicle’s lights blind your vision or sip a hot cup of tea with all the mist on your glasses. Equally, swimmers with incorrect vision face similar troubles. It’s demotivating, especially if you’re a professional and your career depends on it.