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Culture Mind Wellness

Is Technology Shrinking Our Attention Spans?

It’s hard to deny the myriad ways in which technology has helped streamline modern life — we can now easily connect with friends and family across the globe, conduct business from the comfort of our favorite chair, and access a seemingly endless stream of information, no matter the time of day or where we’re located. But the ubiquitous nature of modern technology comes at a cost.

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Culture Wellness

The Stigma Around Plastic Surgery

When it comes to cosmetic surgery, people have a whole lot to say. These surface-level tweaks are met with a torrent of stigma from either side of the battle, both for and against plastic surgery.   Social standards of beauty — which are firmly upheld by popular cultural practices such as social media and the obsession […]

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Business Culture Wellness

What the Dependence On Meal Replacements Says About Americans’ Work-Life Balance

Work-life balance is a buzz word, and yet 66% of full-time employees in America consider themselves to have failed to strike a balance when it comes to their work and personal lives. While this struggle has gone on throughout the long history of capitalism, it’s currently being exemplified in a specific life hack that sums […]

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Culture Wellness

How Traveling or Moving Somewhere New Could Benefit Your Health

It’s easy for anyone to get stuck in a rut at any point in life. This could be due to the fact that you’re stagnating at your current job, struggling with maintaining a social life, or going through a personal loss or breakup. It might even be something as simple as the fact that you’ve […]

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Film

Toy Story 4 – Movie Review

By: Robert Garland This may be the most boring movie review you ever read. Don’t get me wrong, “Toy Story 4” is far from a boring movie. In fact, it packs in so much action that I wondered if it could even reach a satisfactory conclusion in its 100-minute runtime (spoiler alert: of course it […]

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Culture

Moral Crisis, Part II

As identified in part one, we are undergoing a moral crisis from Muncie, Indianapolis to Washington, D.C. It’s ugly to watch. Charles Blow, a columnist for the NY Times, says it’s the fear of losing the white majority which is fueling and undermining our greatness. Everything that has happened during recent years is all about […]

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Art

Must-Have Visual Arts From Florida Art Galleries

Are you planning to get a luxurious type of house regardless of the house size and its interior design?  Well, you can make it happen! Never think that you need millions of money to get a simple yet elegant type of home you could have for your family.  Other people may do rearranging furniture, repaint […]

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Food/Drink

Pour Your Glass: 10 Delectable Wines you Should Taste Before You Die

There are uncountable things an individual should try before they die and one of those are the prominent beverages out there such as wines whether it is classic, vintage, or modern. Trust me, your soul will more be gratified in tasting some delicacies and beverages before you die. You can search for some interesting and […]

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Film

“Little”

By Bob Garver The top two movies in the country right now have the exact opposite premise. “Shazam!” is about a young boy who is happy when he turns into an adult. “Little” is about a grown woman who is miserable when she turns into a child. I guess a good companion piece would be […]

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Business Culture

National Financial Literacy Month

By: Nathan Grant 4 Official Terms for Credit Definitions you May Already Know No matter what state your personal situation is in, everyone deals with a myriad of financial decisions each and every day, and juggling them can sometimes feel like you are running on autopilot. Do you even know what some of the money […]