Mindset

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Mike Tyson thinks he’s going to die ‘really soon’

Mike Tyson has a podcast called “Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson“. In a recent episode, Mike spoke about a few philosophies that he felt the world should understand. Moreover, he had a guest star on the show to whom he told that he feels he is close to death. Mike Tyson says his “Expiration date is […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

My kids see me naked all the time. It is so much more than nudity.

Though we send our kids to school for their education, arguably their most important education happens in the home. Our children learn a lot from us, including mannerisms, habits, and routines. We also, intentionally or not, teach them how they should feel about their bodies and what they should and shouldn’t feel shame for. This […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

How the Women of Standing Rock Inspired the World

End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock is a documentary created by humanitarian and filmmaker Shannon Kring. It captures the story of a small group of Indigenous women who set camp to protest the $3.8 billion oil pipeline construction to go right through their territory. It threatened their land, water, and existence. The […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

There Is Nothing Natural About the Way We Work

“If you love your job, you’ll never have to work a day in your life.”  This is a phrase that many of us have been told since we were in primary school, where already we were being told to think of what job we want to do when we grow up. From there, we get […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

How to Befriend Crows and Turn Them Against Your Enemies

In horror movies, crows flock around dangerously or perch on villains’ shoulders. In Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” they are both the danger and the villains. But in real life, crows are actually intelligent, adaptable creatures, and live in suburban neighborhoods all over North America. [1] So they are nearby and available to anyone who’d like […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

This Personality Trait Helped Musk, Gates and Jobs Succeed, Says Biographer: ‘It’s something a lot of these people have’

Regardless of your personal opinions, it’s undeniable that Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs were and have been driving forces for innovations that have changed the world. Their success has made them tremendously wealthy, powerful, and very influential. Many people wonder how they came to attain such status. According to Walter Isaacson, an author, […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

17 Ways Your Perception Gets Screwed Up By Your Brain

Our brains have a way of playing tricks with our perception. Often, we would come across optical illusions that would be confusing for our minds- as we will not be able to comprehend the depth of the picture. And this is simply due to the medulla oblongata, which can’t understand depth accurately. Nevertheless, all of […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

People Share What They Think Are the Biggest Mistakes in Human History

Humanity has been through a lot since the dawn of civilization. So many things went wrong, and necessary actions were not taken. It is interesting to look back and see the moments when people made huge mistakes that changed the course of history, no matter how mundane it seemed at the time. We have made […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

16 Ways To End An Argument, No Matter What

Arguments are a natural part of any relationship; in some ways, they can be considered healthy. They serve as a mechanism to express suppressed thoughts and emotions, bringing them out into the open for both partners to address. However, it’s essential to recognize that arguments can escalate into unhealthy altercations if not handled with care […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer