LIFESTYLE

11 Quotes on Life and Love From Former First Lady Barbara Bush

When former First Lady Barbara Bush penned her autobiography, her editor placed limits on the frequency with which she could use the words “close friend,” “wonderful” (once per page) and “precious” (once per chapter). She was widely known for her loving nature, her positive outlook on life and her sharp wit. “Not bad to have had a life that was ...

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22 Weird Things You Didn’t Know About Mark Zuckerberg

1. He nearly worked for Microsoft. When he was a senior in high school he co-created an app called Synapse Media Player, an MP3 player that kept track of the user’s favorite songs and made playlists based on their choices, essentially an early Spotify or Pandora. Microsoft sought to acquire the company and its founders, but instead of working for ...

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4 Ways to Inspire Your Team Every Single Day

1.Be of service for inspiration. The best leaders also tend to be the biggest givers. Shift the paradigm of value, stop worrying so much about what you’re going to get in return and start concerning yourself with what you’re giving. When your team knows that you go the extra mile to be extraordinary for them, they will go the extra ...

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How to Stay Motivated While in School

School is one of the best times for you to gain important knowledge for developing your career later. Making the most of your time acquiring an education can help you become a stronger, more established professional in the future. Though for many of us, studying for a big test or completing a grade-determining project can lead some to lose focus. In this ...

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Africa needs to address multiple food issues to end hunger

Improving nutrition in Africa requires not only greater quantities of food, but also hinges on the production, delivery and access to healthy foods and essential nutrients. Unless the quality of food that Africans eat is addressed, the continent will not be able to address under-nutrition and obesity-related diseases or meet global nutrition goals. This is the warning from the World ...

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The 5 different types of cheating explained

All cheating is not created equal. Ask 10 people what “counts” as cheating and you’d probably get 100 different answers. “Infidelity is a gray area because different individuals have their own boundaries and ideals for romantic relationships,” says Dana Weiser, Ph.D., assistant professor at Texas Tech University. While you might consider texting an ex to be crossing a line, other ...

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10 things you didn’t know about Stephen Appiah

Ex-Ghana international Stephen Appiah is one man who is highly revered across Ghana due to his commitment to the course of football in this country. Now the coordinator for the Black Stars of Ghana, our former captain has been a nobleman and has never made the news for the wrong reasons. Started from Accra Hearts of Oak, Stephen Appiah played ...

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Pressing babies’ heads to obtain ‘better’ shapes damages brain – Neuroscientists

Neuroscientists at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) are calling on women to stop pressing the heads of newborn babies in order to change the shape of the heads of such babies. According to the scientists, such practices affect the functioning of the brains of the children and might affect their thinking capabilities when they grow up. The neuroscientists were ...

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