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Invest in Yourself

Invest in Yourself

Reading Time: 5 minutes What’s your new year’s resolution? Do you want to have financial freedom? Do you want a flexible hour to work? What would you do if you have the capability to have financial freedom by investing on a lucrative forex trading and cryptocurrency? Start your new 

Always be grateful for what you are

Always be grateful for what you are

Reading Time: < 1 minute You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.

Picktionary

Picktionary

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How to Be happy Again after the Breakup or Lost.

How to Be happy Again after the Breakup or Lost.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Breaking up suck! Either breaking up from a relationship. Breaking up from a job. Lost one of a family member. Any form of separation from the person that we had spent so much time together on day to day life, that gave us so much 

One Day You Will Meet Someone Who Just Feels Right

One Day You Will Meet Someone Who Just Feels Right

Reading Time: 3 minutes One day, you will meet someone who feels right. Your mind won’t go into overdrive, your senses won’t go into high alert, and your heart won’t ache painfully at the thought of him. You won’t have to stalk him on his social media to find 

TV | MOVIE | COMMERCIAL

TV | MOVIE | COMMERCIAL

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’m a member of SAG – AFTRA (The Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists). I graduated from TV Broadcasting School and it’s nothing new to be in front of the camera. I thought I would be a journalist after I 

80+ Great Tips To Transform Your Life In 2017

80+ Great Tips To Transform Your Life In 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes   1. Small Things You Can Do Every Day To Largely Improve Your Life 2. Changing Yourself Can Be Hard, But You’ll Lead A Better Life If You Take The First Step   3. 9 Habits That Make You Go From Good To Great 4. 

Science Explains Why Our Memories Can't Be Trusted

Science Explains Why Our Memories Can't Be Trusted

Reading Time: 5 minutes “I remember where I was when…” A phrase so commonly used when describing our recollections of, often tragic, events. And yet, this common expression has allowed psychologists to trace the unreliability of narratives that human beings place so much faith in; that of major events in 

Science Says Bad Mood Improves Memory And Betters Your Judgement

Science Says Bad Mood Improves Memory And Betters Your Judgement

Reading Time: 4 minutes Your car breaks down right before a rainstorm hits. You tell yourself to stay positive, but that sour mood starts creeping in. The worst part is, you find yourself feeling badly about your bad mood! Yet, the latest science reveals bad moods might actually be