Top e-Commerce Trends in 2023

Today, it’s easier than ever to shop online with just a few touches on your smartphone. Not only is ecommerce a crowd favorite, but it intersects with the most popular social media trends of 2023. Analysts predict US ecommerce sales to increase from the current 23% of retail sales to 31% by 2026. Brick and mortar stores aren’t going away, but modern consumers have more items on their shopping list...[Read More]

Your Mom Said That While Changing Your Diaper. Have You Spoken To Her Lately?

Hey, how are you? Glad to see you! Are you planning to see your twin this weekend? What? You don’t have a twin? You must be kidding. Or may be your mom never shared this secret. But let me tell you, you do have a twin. You were not born alone. Your mom had You and a Dream. She painted that dream to perfection and nurtured it with hope and excitement just as she raised you with love and care....[Read More]

5 Ways You Are Guaranteed To Live A Happier Life

A happy life is something that we all strive for. The issue is often that we find it difficult to achieve with the daily stresses and demands of life. Our obstacles in life seem to be an impenetrable blockade to the happier existence that we want. We also sometimes lose sight of the things that can make us happier in the long term, for the things that are exciting in the moment. However, if you ev...[Read More]

Reason Enough for Me

I just wanted the ride I was on to STOP!! My life-long battle with obesity was like an amusement park ride and NOT one that I enjoyed! It was like it had NO brakes and the operator was deaf to my cries to get OFF! The numerous attempts I made at weight loss on diets that only had empty promises, proved to be futile. The few pounds I would lose would eventually become like an unwelcomed guest that ...[Read More]

It’s Not Just About The Doctor

What does health really mean? The Croation Medical Journal (Aug 2006) explains three definitions of health that are used today: The first is that health is the absence of any disease or impairment. The second is that health is a state that allows the individual to adequately cope with all demands of daily life (implying also the absence of disease and impairment). The third definition states that ...[Read More]

The Women’s March showed its power on a day Donald Trump’s presidency stood still

People are packing up their cars, loading up subway stations, and hopping on busses to head to Women’s March events in towns and cities across the country. Since last year, feminists and their allies have come together under the Women’s March banner to protest both issues like the gender pay gap and Trump administration initiatives, like the president’s immigration ban. But it’s particularly poign...[Read More]

Trump proposes the “nuclear option” on the government shutdown. Does it make sense?

It’s the second day of the government shutdown and President Donald Trump is already pushing the “nuclear option.” In this case, an option that probably wouldn’t solve anything. Over Twitter Sunday morning, Trump advised Republican leaders to make a historic change to Senate rules, and pass a partisan government spending bill with only 51 votes. A spending bill has always needed 60 votes to pass t...[Read More]

10 Mistakes Millionaires Never Make Twice

To make millions and live a successful life, you have to learn from your mistakes. Yes, it is cliche, but it is significantly more challenging and important than it sounds. We make mistakes all of the time. Both recognizing and learning from them in the midst of everything else happening in life is difficult. What differentiates those gaining higher success is their ability to learn from these fai...[Read More]

9 best-dressed stars at the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

No more Globes black! The stars turned up at the Critics’ Choice Awards decked in a rainbow of colors and sparkle. Here are our favorite looks of the night: Rachel Brosnahan Gal Gadot Alison Brie Yara Shahidi Diane Kruger Mary Elizabeth Winstead Mary J. Blige Octavia Spencer Alexis Bledel Original post on

Late-night comedians rip into Trump over crude comments about immigrants

You could practically hear writers on the late-shows hitting their delete buttons Thursday afternoon as they scrapped their planned monologues to make room for new jokes after learning of a White House immigration policy meeting in which President Trump reportedly asked, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries (such as Haiti, El Salvador and African nations) come here?...[Read More]

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