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How to Live Sustainably

By Annabelle Law According to the senior director of the World Bank, nations across the globe together create 1.3 billion tons of waste annually. America alone generates 250 million tons of trash each year, as individuals contributing 4.4 pounds of waste daily. …

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5 Quick Relaxation Hacks You Can Do Everywhere You Go

Let’s talk about the “s-word”.   Stress affects people all over the world. Year after year, Americans have reported to feel more stress than the previous year. According to the American Psychological Association’s annual Stress in America survey, 45% of Americans report …

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How to “Relieve Stress”

By: Derek Dong Everyone has experienced stress and has ways of coping. But usually, the majority of these strategies would be considered “stress-relievers” instead of “stress avoiders”. In fact, very rarely is there any advice to completely avoid stress, as the majority …

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5 Proven Ways Meditating Prepares You for Success

By: Eileen Guo What do mega-successful business leaders and entrepreneurs like Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, and Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post, all have in common?   They carve out time in their busy …

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6 Communication Tactics to Eliminate Wasting Time

By: Eileen Guo Regardless of whether you’re communicating with a teacher, a boss, or a colleague, it’s imperative to avoid confusion and misunderstandings. After all, confusion and misunderstanding just leads to more confusion and misunderstandings; here are 7 communication tactics you should …

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The Color of Water

By: Niko Bardin The Combination of Elements of Journalism and Music In the memoir The Color Of Water, James McBride narrates the identity crisis he experiences while growing up in a multiracial family. McBride also writes in the point of view of …

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The Recipe for Sarcasm

By: Ajay Krishnan   The recipe of sarcasm:   You will need anger, eyeballs, pheromones, sarjuice, water, wit, tone, and oil To make to say the least, sarcasm.   Take anger and tone and dilute in water If not diluted will fall …

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By: Katherine Han   This summer, I returned to Kathmandu, Nepal. We went to the Shree Gamvir Samudra Setu Secondary School to help paint their classrooms and amp up their library. Since last year I helped mainly with painting the walls a …

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