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Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

Chantel is a creative writer, foster for local animal welfare, and mom to 2 young girls who inspire her with their wisdom beyond years, always keeping her on her toes!
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Plus-size influencer demands FAA and airlines give her a free extra seat

A travel and lifestyle creator named Jaelynn Chaney, who is plus-sized, is advocating for the Federal Aviation Authority and airlines to provide free seats to overweight flyers. She believes it is the FAA’s responsibility to safeguard the interests of plus-sized passengers and ensure that flying in coach is convenient and available for all. The expectations […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

 · 11 min read

25 Banned Books You Should Totally Read

Democracy and public education and has been for generations. However, certain books, particularly those exploring themes of racism, sexuality, violence, and morality, have stirred controversy and prompted censorship attempts. Banned books are becoming way too common. Even in the 21st century, educators across the United States continue to grapple with challenges and outright bans on […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

 · 11 min read

16 Facts Mind-Blowing Food Facts That Will Leave You Hungry For More

Regardless of whether you view food as simply a source of energy or a sensory experience to be savored, it’s an essential component for sustaining life and performing everyday activities. In fact, on average, each person in the United States consumes approximately 1,996 pounds of food every year. That’s quite remarkable! Whether your cravings lean […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

 · 24 min read

50 Pics Capturing the Often Overlooked Beauty of Humanity

We’re fortunate to exist in an era where the internet grants us access to breathtaking images of virtually anything we desire. From charming puppies and exquisite gastronomic delights to secluded natural wonders and detailed shots of miniature insects, even humanity in its clearest moments. A world of visual beauty is just a click away. However, […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

 · 11 min read

45 Historic Pics And Artifacts That Might Make You See Things In A New Light

In a world continually pushing forward, there’s an undeniable fascination with momentarily stepping back in time, an opportunity rarely granted by historical images. It’s akin to gazing through a portal into the annals of history, where sepia-toned memories and black-and-white narratives spring to life. And where can you embark on this enchanting journey? Look no […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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18 Facts That Should Be Common Sense, But Aren’t

Is common sense that common? Everyone needs to possess a fundamental understanding of general knowledge. Familiarity with specific historical, scientific, political, and cultural information empowers us to make well-informed choices. Regrettably, a significant number of individuals lack even the most elementary knowledge in these areas. 1. Experiencing cold temperatures does not cause you to catch […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Livid Airbnb Host Tried to Extort Guest Who Left Bad Review by Threatening to Email His Wife a Security Cam Photo of Him With Another Woman

An angry Airbnb host snapped a security pic of her guest “with another female” and sent it to the man’s wife after a failed attempt to squeeze money out of him due to a bad review. As per a lawsuit. Shawn Mackey from Mississippi is suing Airbnb and “superhost” Pamela Fohler. Claiming they invaded his […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

 · 11 min read

15+ Historical Figures You Didn’t Realize Lived Long Enough To Be Photographed

Photography, a relatively recent innovation, emerged about two centuries ago with the creation of the first true photograph. However, this period merely scratches the surface of recorded history. In the absence of photographic documentation for much of history, historians have resorted to imaginative reconstructions of famous historical figures. Despite the increasing prevalence of photography post-invention, […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Employer uses ‘salt and pepper test’ during job interview to judge character

Ever heard of the salt and pepper test? We’ve all encountered those seemingly offbeat interview questions where prospective employers believe they can unveil something significant about our character. While many individuals dedicate hours to fine-tuning their resumes or rehearsing anticipated interview queries in preparation for important interviews, one particular assessment caught everyone by surprise… One […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer