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    Do Not Disturb: 6 Times You Avoided A Text

    Let’s face it: as much as you love having a smartphone and being hyper connected to the world around you, you’re secretly pleased that most standard issue mobile devices now come with a “do not disturb” function. Getting texts from the people you want to talk to is always excited, but getting a few too […] More

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    5 Hobbies That Aren't Too Expensive For You To Try

    These days, all the best hobbies seem to come with a steep price tag and a weirdly excessive time commitment. And oddly enough, the people who find the most enjoyment in these expensive activities always seem to have all the time in the world to invest in them. How they finance that lifestyle is a […] More

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    6 Reasons Your Parents Hate Your Significant Other

    There’s nothing so frustrating as having to play mediator between your parents and your significant other. You love all three of them, and the last thing you want is for one or both parties to dislike one another. When two (or three) people who are thrust into close situations don’t get along, complications almost always arise. […] More

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    Why Your Weekend Napping Habits Are Actually Really Healthy

    Despite manifold evidence to the contrary, naps are still treated like an inferior means of passing time not spent otherwise occupied. Often, we hear (from the unenlightened non-nappers) that there’s a whole world out there waiting to be conquered, and any time not dedicated to running around trying to do just that is a total waste. […] More

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    6 Reasons You Haven't Quite Healed From Your Recent Breakup

    It doesn’t matter how amicably you and your former love interest parted ways–breakups are always the worst. At one point or another, we’ve all spent time pining over lost love, and wasting what little time we have dwelling on everything that went wrong in a once promising relationship. Was there something we could have done to […] More

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    Why You Need To Stop Trying To Please Everyone

    Sometimes, being a nice, dependable person is kind of exhausting. The world doesn’t always provide the necessary tools to teach us the difference between right and wrong, and we’re often at odds with the lessons we were taught as children, and the ones in which we have learned through our own experiences. As a result, […] More

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    How To Navigate Twitter During A Major Social Unrest

    These days, it seems like there’s always a new hashtag movement gracing the trending topics of Twitter. When something controversial happens in the world, the young and the old alike take to the Internet to express their frustrations and have a conversation with those who are not connected by physical proximity. Information spreads, and issues […] More

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    5 Lessons You Learned From Your First Love

    First loves almost never last forever. When you meet someone at a young age, it’s nearly impossible to predict that the person you’ve found at 16 will be the same person you want to be with at 26. But despite its fleeting nature and possible heartbreak, your first long-term relationship is a lot more important […] More

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    Why Getting Your Own Place In Your 20's Should Be A Priority

    Time to spread your wings and fly, little bird, because even though you might not be making the money you thought you would at this point in your life, you just can’t live in your childhood bedroom forever. Tempting as it may be to save cash and exploit your parents for free groceries, living at home […] More

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    Uninformed: Why You Really Need To Stop Avoiding The News

    Thanks to technology, we live in a world that’s rapidly changing. Every day, the news of some tragedy or rare and unexpected phenomenon breaks, and every news medium from Twitter, to local newsletters, and televised broadcasts compete to provide the very latest information. Everyone you meet over the next few weeks will be discussing said […] More

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    5 Reasons To Stop Overthinking Your Career

    The jobs we hold in our lifetime help us to define who we are. Through our careers, we make money, connections, solve problems, travel around the world (or even just the town we live in), and build our lives from the ground up. And while what you do isn’t necessarily who you are, your professional […] More

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    What You Really Should Be Telling Yourself In A Crisis

    Sometimes, life is little more than a series of ups and downs, each high and low point lending perspective to the other and defining the difference between what it feels like to be both deliriously happy and irrevocably sad. As humans navigating through the uncertainties of experience, we can be sure that we’ll never feel either […] More

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