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Everyone’s Big And Small Life Moments Are More Alike Than You Think

Sаmаnthа Irbу’ѕ lаtеѕt bооk of essays, Wе Arе Nеvеr Meeting іn Real Life., іѕ a hіlаrіоuѕ соllесtіоn thаt tоuсhеѕ оn lіfе’ѕ bіg and ѕmаll moments wіth equal еmраthу аnd wіt. Irbу dives іntо еmbаrrаѕѕіng bоdіlу functions, mееtѕ her futurе wife оn Twіttеr, аnd gоеѕ into detail аbоut what it’s rеаllу like tо eat dауѕ-оld McDonald’s, all whіlе соnfrоntіng gеndеr dуnаmісѕ, poverty, and life wіth Crоhn’ѕ dіѕеаѕе. What mаkеѕ her wrіtіng so good is that dеѕріtе аll of the ways thаt Samantha Irby mау (or mау not) bе dіffеrеnt frоm you,…

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Why Hardship is Always Better Than The Easy Path?

We try hard to avoid conflicts every day. We choose the easiest and shortest path to reach the results desired, yet, these are exactly the elements challenge us to grow. Don’t be scared walking down the wrong path, be afraid you stop growing from the easy life. The post Why Hardship is Always Better Than The Easy Path? appeared first on Lifehack. Lifehack

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You Sit More Than 9 Hours Per Day So Make Sure You Sit Up Right

Physical inactivity is believed to be the second most cause of death currently, in the United States. According to recent studies, inactive behavior measured by the time spent sitting, leads to high rates of diseases such as; cardiovascular, obesity and type 2 Diabetes. Sitting in your office for an extended period has many implications for your health. It causes a back pain or relatively increases an existing strain. Prolonged sitting in an inert posture leads to increase in the level of stress at the back and shoulders which leads to…

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It’s Better to Be Nobody Than Somebody

Most of us desire to fit in, but if we’re good at what we do, we want to stand out. The quest for notoriety leads people to reach incredible heights, but is fame all it’s cracked up to be? Pixar’s rise to greatness is a good example of how fame has its pros and cons. When they made Toy Story, they invented an entirely new way to make animated films. They knew that the film would present many challenges, but they also felt they could tell a great story. Toy…

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Get Your Wake Up Time Right is More Important Than Sleeping Tight

Do you wake up every morning feeling tired and drained? No one likes to start the day feeling lethargic, but so many of us wake up exhausted even after a full night’s rest! If you’ve ever had to drag yourself out of bed in the morning to face the day, you’ll know how demoralizing it is to wake up feeling just as tired as you did when you went to sleep. Waking Up at Different Stages Of Sleep Determines Your Energy Level Everyone sleeps in cycles. Throughout the night, your…

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Meow! Use “Q-chan” app and Your Cat Will Love You More Than Ever

Cats have a stereotype that seems to be true more often than not. They are independent and sassy, only seeking humans when they need something. This description certainly differs from that of dogs. K9 breeds are of course known to be affectionate to a fault. Studies have long existed showing that, like humans, dogs release the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin [1]. In fact, scientists are just as curious as the rest of us as to whether cats even like their owners, especially compared to dogs. Dr. Paul Zak decided to conduct…

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If You Are Sleeping With Wet Hair, You Will Be Sleeping With Bacteria For More Than 1 Million Hours In Your Life

It happens to the best of us. We are hit with that surge of late-night ambition. We decide to delve into the time consuming process that is not only washing and conditioning our hair, but drying and sometimes even styling it thereafter. It seemed like a great idea. But now you’re out of the shower and exhaustion has hit. You sit on your bed in your towel contemplating your options. You’re just not the ambitious go-getter you were before you stepped into the shower. Now you’re just tired. It doesn’t…

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Stop Wearing Sneakers without Your Socks Because You Are Harming Your Feet More Than You Think!

There can be something oddly satisfying about wearing sneakers without socks. Your feet feel light, and there’s no bulky sock between you and your shoe. Perhaps you know deep-down that it’s not good for you, and maybe that’s part of the appeal of skipping out on socks. You might be fine at first, but this bad habit will catch up with you. Here’s why going sock-less makes your feet stink As much as you may think your feet are clean, that won’t be the case if you stop wearing socks….

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Empathy vs Sympathy: Why Some People Are More Likeable Than Others

Several years ago I went through a gut-wrenching break-up. It was traumatic, painful and devastating. The one bright spot amidst the tears and heartache was the understanding, devotion and genuine care displayed by my family and friends as I went through the healing process. It meant the world to me. Several months later one of my family members fell ill. Once again I turned to my support system. This time, however, their response was a bit different. It wasn’t that they didn’t care per se, they expressed their feelings a…

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Your Hands Speak More Than You Do in a Presentation

In my line of work, I give presentations to my team members quite often. As I give my presentations, I am always very aware of my audience and their interest level. If they look bored, then I need to adjust myself accordingly and win back their attention. I want to keep them engaged and interested in what I’m saying, and I find that hand gestures are a powerful way to raise excitement and keep my audience’s attention. Effective gestures help to build trust, and convey my ideas more clearly. Communication…

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