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Logo Evaluation: Pepsi
Logo Evaluation: Pepsi • Pepsi is one of the most liked soft drinks by teenagers as well as by adults. For years Pepsi has been changing its logo, a smart move towards rebranding. Rebranding is the process of either adding or deducting elements from a brand logo to regenerate its logo. Well established brands actually opt for rebranding after a particular interval of time. Recently even LG one which is known for electronics changed its logo. Actually it just added motion to its old logo. Do check it out once you complete reading this blog.Jhon F WilliamPublished a day ago in Viva
Introduction; Losing weight can be a challenging journey, but with effective strategies, it becomes more attainable and sustainable. While there is no magic pill or quick fix, there are proven methods that can help you achieve your weight loss goals. In this article, we will explore a range of strategies that focus on healthy and sustainable weight loss. By incorporating these strategies into your lifestyle, you can make progress towards your desired weight and maintain it in the long run.
Captain Boone's Dangerous Patrol.
Captain Rob Boone of the 82nd Airborne Division is stationed in Baghdad, Iraq. He and his men are responsible for maintaining order in a chaotic and dangerous city. Every day, they face the threat of violence from gunfire, bombings, and suicide attacks.Mike WilsonPublished 5 days ago in Viva
Villu pattu magic
Villu Pattu magic Villu Pattu Madhavi is an eminent people work of art from the territory of Tamil Nadu, India. It is an enrapturing and dynamic type of conventional music and narrating that has been gone down through ages. Villu Pattu is a mix of two Tamil words, "villu" significance bow and "pattu" meaning tune, which alludes to the melodic backup of a bow-molded instrument called "Villu" or "Yazh," played during the presentation.vinoth kumarPublished 5 days ago in Viva
Rani ayilabai the forgotten queen
Rani Ayilabai, the Forgotten Queen Rani Ayilabai, a name lost in the records of history, was a momentous sovereign who opposed the standards of her time and made a permanent imprint on the realm she dominated. Notwithstanding her achievements and commitments, she stays a neglected figure in the pages of history. In this exposition, we will dive into the life and tradition of Rani Ayilabai, revealing insight into her surprising rule and the purposes for her lack of definition.vinoth kumarPublished 7 days ago in Viva
Why Can't Americans Agree on, Well, Nearly Anything? Philosophy Has Some Answers
Why Can't Americans Agree on, Well, Nearly Anything? Philosophy Has Some Answers In today's polarized and divided political landscape, it seems that Americans struggle to find common ground on almost any issue. Whether it's healthcare, gun control, climate change, or immigration, discussions quickly devolve into heated arguments and entrenched positions. The question arises: why is it so difficult for Americans to agree on anything? Interestingly, philosophy, with its rich tradition of grappling with complex questions of human nature and society, offers some insights into this phenomenon.News BucksPublished 13 days ago in Viva
Unlock Your Full Potential: Discover the Surprising Truths About Success and Change Your Life Forever!
The idea of living a simple life is often scoffed at in a world that seems to value complexity and achievement above all else. However, renowned psychologist and entrepreneur, Flávio Augusto da Silva, has a different perspective.igor silvaPublished 26 days ago in Viva
Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in the United States, and is considered by many to be one of the engineering wonders of the world. Spanning the Golden Gate Strait, the bridge connects the city of San Francisco to Marin County, and has become an internationally recognized symbol of the San Francisco Bay Area.Nouman YousafPublished 29 days ago in Viva
Being a single mother means that I am raising my daughters predominately on my own. Each daughter has her own father. I met my oldest daughters father when I was a kid. I was 6 years old and he was the 7 year old neighborhood bad boy. I met him because he stole my little brothers bike. I was gonna get it back. I was prepared to fight if necessary. Our parents (back then and still to this very day) live n the same block. Our relationship lasted 5 years. Our daughter was born when I was 20 (i turned 21 a little over a month later), and he was 22. I knew I had to grow up fast in order to care for this child. I bought a car in January, gave birth in February and signed the lease to my apartment in April. My daughters father wasn't ready to leave the streets. By that, I mean he still wanted to hang out with the homies. While I do not promote terminating pregnancy, I wanted to explore all my options. This was in 2005. I gave her dad a choice. I said to him: "are you sure you want to keep this baby? I don't want to be a single mother." Here we are 17 years later...Latoya GilesPublished about a month ago in Viva
#SingleMomChronicles: Mom Guilt
I have had "mom guilt" many times over the course of my parenting alone. I just never knew it had an actual name. So what exactly is "mom guilt"? Well, the online dictionary defines it as: "the name given to the feelings of guilt women experience in relation to their children. Mom guilt comes from an unrealistic ideal of a perfect mom.". That is a great way to describe it.
#SingleMomChronicles: Me Time
Hey mamas! On this episode of #SingleMomChronicles, we are gonna talk about: ME TIME. It is difficult as a parent to get time alone. As a single parent? Alone time is pretty much non-existent. I found myself becoming extremely overwhelmed all of a sudden. As the only adult in the house, everything lands on my shoulders. Whenever my children need anything, they come to me, of course. I have to cook, clean, help with homework, give advice and pep talks, be a listening ear, ect. I have a 17 year old daughter. She has generalized and social anxiety and depression. She has abandonment issues from her father leaving her as a child. She has mixed emotions about him raising his other kids but not being there during her childhood. She talks to me about all of those things. I have to sift through her mental and emotional stuff while attempting to sort through my own. I still gotta work somewhere to make money to live day to day. That is a heck of a lot for one person. I got to the point where I was sitting on the toilet in the bathroom with the door locked at midnight crying my eyes out. I mean ugly crying with the snot and the stuttering sobs. I would cry whenever I was in my car alone as well. That is no way to live. Something had to change, and change soon.
How to handle a partner's emotional baggage
Emotional baggage refers to unresolved emotional issues that a person carries with them from their past experiences. These unresolved emotions can negatively impact an individual's current relationships, including romantic relationships. When you enter into a romantic relationship, you may find that your partner carries emotional baggage. In this article, we will explore how to handle a partner's emotional baggage and provide tips for supporting your partner and maintaining a healthy relationship.Rajveer Digital MarketerPublished 3 months ago in Viva