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Lifestyle: Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic?

Toxic people, emotional vampires, we all have them in our lives.  They’re the people who leave that roller coaster feeling in the pit of your stomach.  The people who make you groan when you see them, or duck into a room when you see them coming down the hall. I have been dealing with some for a number of years now.  So I would like give you some coping tips
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Culture: Why The Purpose of Ramadan Is Trusting in Allah

Ramadan, which is the 9th month of the Muslim lunar calendar, is a month of fasting as prescribed for Muslims in the Qur’an. This sacred month for Muslims marks a time where Muslims around the globe partake in fasting, alms giving, late night prayers, and reading Qur’an. Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramiḍa or ar-ramad which means scorching
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Living: The Immense Perks of Positive Thinking

Positive thinking is an approach that focuses on the positive prospects of life and expects the positive outcomes. Positive thoughts are essential and very powerful. It is very important to have a positive frame of mind. By positive thinking, we can improve our abilities. Positive thinking can also create real value in your life and help us in building many new skills. It is a proven fact that with the
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Rachel Dolezal: Black or White? The Issue Of Race and Self-Identity

After recently being outed by her own parents as being white, the  director of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP, Rachel Dolezal has sparked a new discussion race and cultural self-identity. Dolezal, who reportedly passed herself off as African-American for the last ten years, has become the subject of harsh criticism for proverbially “doing blackface” and racially misleading the African-American community about her face. With social media weighing in
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Woman Crush Wednesday: Kendall Jenner Grows Up!

Admit it! We love the Kardashians, whether it is from watching their exploits on E! to seeing them all over social media, in commericals and online, we are intruged by them. With Kim, Khloe and Kourtney doing their own thing, it's time to embrace the next generation of the famous family in model Kendall Jenner. Whether she is strutting down the runway, snapping selfies of herself poolside on Instagram, or
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Tech: Three Types Of Remixed Apps For Health, Fitness, And Sports

Talking a look at the tech industry, you’ll probably notice that a lot of entrepreneurs are taking ideas from here and there, remodeling them and presenting them as something new. The bitter truth is that even the legendary Steve Jobs is guilty as charged - the example of the GUI from Xerox perhaps being the most well-known. In reality, creativity is nothing but a mash up of existing ideas with
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Lifestyle: The Dangers That Lurk Inside Our Own Homes

With all the advancements, there has been a particular shift in the living styles of people. This upgraded life despite being quite easy has its own share of cons too. Within this age of gadgets, innovation and industrial development, the deteriorating climatic conditions and atmosphere have affected our health along with other prominent factors. We are living in a time when there is so much to make our lives easier
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Lifestyle: How Interior Room Colors Affect Psychology

A person’s mood and psychology is affected by almost everything in his/her surrounding, from the sounds they hear to the air they breathe in. Everything all together plays an important role in making or ruining a person’s mental state. The reason this happens is because a person’s surrounding is what he encapsulates his/her day-to-day activities. The more time you spend somewhere’ the more accustomed and comfortable you’re at that place.
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Lifestyle: Protecting your Family in the 21st Century

(Image courtesy of dmv.com)In today's world, home defense is on everybody's minds. With so many options available, it can be hard to find those that work. Here are some tried-and-tested means to defend you and yours. Outside LightingFor some reason, criminals tend not to want to be seen clearly. Nice, bright exterior lighting is a great first step to keeping break-ins down as crooks worry about visibility to the neighborhood.