Fun Activities to Do With Your Friends

Fun Activities to Do With Your Friends

Culture, Life
It's fun to do things together with your friends, but there are certain activities that you should avoid. Whether you want to have a date night or a bonding activity, here are some ideas for activities you and your friends can do together without getting bored. By doing this, you will enjoy your time together even more. Discover the Outdoors  You can also find activities outdoors. A lot of people want to do activities outside their homes because it is a lot more exciting. If you can't afford to go somewhere in the city, you can always rent a movie to watch at home. And if you know anyone who has a pool, you can always take your friends to join in the fun. Just make sure that you have…
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When Spirituality Meets The Law Of Attraction By Jamie Clarke

When Spirituality Meets The Law Of Attraction By Jamie Clarke

Culture
We all have spectacular and unique dreams and desires we would love to achieve at some point in time. Often it isn't easy to be yourself in a world that is continually pushing you to become something you are not. The most outstanding achievement remains at you defining your stronghold. However, when incorporated throughout your daily routine, some ways will empower you to succeed. The strategy remains on the use of opportune moments to apply the law of attraction. As Jamie Clarke puts it, the law of attraction provides for infinite possibilities, abundance, and joy. It revolves around the reality that there is no obstacle, challenge, or problem without solutions. Every reaction has an equivalent counter-reaction to nullify its negative or positive effects. Jamie Latrice Clarke at a Glance Jamie…
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How Did Michael Andrew Lauchlan Achieve Success?

How Did Michael Andrew Lauchlan Achieve Success?

Culture
When it comes to real estate, we have the winners and others. While television series and authors will make you feel like you can do absolutely anything as a real estate investor, the gospel truth is that real estate is risky. Just like any other entrepreneurial field, real estate comes with its own sets of rules, strategy, and risks. Michael Andrew Lauchlan, a seasoned real estate investor and entrepreneur, has seen it all—real estate wise. He shared some tips about achieving success as a real estate investor with us. Below are the words of Michael Andrew Lauchlan on becoming successful in real estate. Real Estate is Not Quick Money It's the first thing I try to drill into new investors. Real estate is not a get rich quick scheme. If…
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Why You Should Attend an Online Book Event

Why You Should Attend an Online Book Event

Culture, Entertainment, Mom Life
We’re stuck at home, STILL. Not many places are open and almost all big events have been cancelled. The days can get long as we watch The Office, again, on repeat. You may have started a new hobby, or worked on some home renovations, but a lot of people are craving social interaction and mental stimulation. That’s why online book events are becoming more and more popular. You may not be face-to-face, but you are still interacting with other people, sharing thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Online book events are an exciting way to meet with people all over the world. You have the opportunity to ask famous authors and celebrities questions, what could be more thrilling then that? But what IS an online book event? Let me break it down.…
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A Family Devastated: Medical Misdiagnosis And The Lessons Learned

A Family Devastated: Medical Misdiagnosis And The Lessons Learned

Culture
In May 2015, Lorina Troy experienced one of the most devastating events a parent can go through: her children were removed from their home and placed in foster care. Lorina had two sons, one four years old and one five months old. The five-month-old, JJ, had been having issues with vomiting a lot and had a somewhat enlarged head. This eventually led to a misdiagnosis of child abuse and child welfare system removing the children. It took 5 months to regain custody of her sons and two and a half years to get JJ the correct medical diagnosis of Benign External Hydrocephalus, a condition where cerebrospinal fluid builds up in the cranium.  Lorina’s story is far from typical, but children being removed from homes by Child Protective Services (CPS) isn’t.…
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8 Books That Will Make You Think

8 Books That Will Make You Think

Arts, Culture, Life
In this day and age, it’s so easy to surround yourself with things and people that reinforce your way of thinking rather than challenge it. From new outlets to social media to targeted ads, we rarely get a chance to see things from a perspective much different than our own. We’ve compiled a list of thought-provoking books that do just that: challenge us to experience life from other perspectives.  1. Clean Water for Developing Countries by John Dracup   Everyone deserves clean water, and John Dracup is helping people in developing countries learn how. Clean Water for Developing Countries tells us about the best strategies needed to create clean water, based on years of academic research and his experience in water resource engineering and related fields. It may not seem the most exciting read, but offers an insight…
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