Tagged in "humanity"

Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of businessmen, professionals, the everyday man, stay at home parent, healthy lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories.

"How Did You Want to Spend Your Life?": Fight Club Philosophy Meets Overseas English Teaching

Matt Cates
in Culture

"I don't want to change your life," I wrote to her via Facebook Messenger. And that was true...because what I wanted was for her to change her own life. My role was only to act as catalyst... Stop, le...

How Many Hours Should You Work In a Week?

Cato Conroy
in Culture

If there's one common complaint in the workplace, it's overwork. People often believe that they are working too many hours, or worry that they are working too little. Some even just worry that they mi...

The Prison Called 'Social Media'

Peter Perry
in Culture

Facebook begun in 2004, although before the emergence of Facebook, social media like SixDegrees.com (1997), Blogger (1999), Friendster (2002) and MySpace (2003) was already in existence. But Zuckerber...

Bullying Bosses Beware!

Mayapee Chowdhury
in Culture

It is the very classic childhood fairy tale that someone who was considered ugly at school, never picked for a team, later on becomes stunning, with a very happy successful life. Even Einstein was kic...

My Punk Rock Advice For High School Graduates

Terry Osterhout
in How To

Every generation seems to have less hope staring back at them than the previous generation. Social security and a decent retirement plan look less likely every year for the youth of today. College tui...

Starbucks Employee Melts Down, Frappuccino-Style

Christina St-Jean
in Humor

The unicorn frappuccino may have captured many imaginations and tastebuds since its debut April 19, but baristas are struggling to stay cool making the beverage, it seems. The frappuccino is actually a complex beverage to make, by Starbucks' standards, and it seems that barista Braden Burson had just had enough at the end of his shift yesterday. Burson, 19, took to Twitter in a rant following the end of his shift in a video and tweet that has since gone viral although it had been deleted. “My ha...

7 Risks You Can Take For a Better Life

Sabina Hoque
in How To

Do you want to know the seven risks to take in order to live a better life? Ever wondered how taking risks has changed the lives of many? Well, the same could happen with you if you are willing to rai...

Signs That Your Friends Are Wrecking Your Career

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

Many people spend their entire lives working towards advancing their career, and take a huge amount of pride in making sure that they are known in their field. What many people don't realize is that a...


Andy Russell
in Culture

About two months ago a friend of mine (who was also my roommate) told me he would be moving out by mid April. He was going to move back into his mom's place to save up for a while and then he would ba...

Why Every Kid Should Milk Cows

Robert Gallant
in Culture

I grew up on a farm in Ohio in the 1940s. One of my major responsibilities was helping milk the cows. From the time I was six years old, the routine was established. Every morning I arose at 6 am, dre...

Distractions and Lack of Motivation

Warren Johnson
in How To

I am very easily distraction. I am also not easily motivated when it comes to things that benefit me. I have a book I bought back in March 2015 that I haven't even finished. I also bought the first se...

Felons and Finding Jobs: A Cure to Stopping the Recidivism Carousel

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

America has the highest percentage of convicted felons in the developed world. Right now, around 8.9 percent of all grown adults have been convicted of a felony and served time as a result of their cr...

My Father Taught Me The Three Fundamentals of Success

Jeremy Frommer
in How To

I was reminded of my father today. He passed away a long time ago. One of the most interesting effects of time is its ability to heal wounds and amplify strengths. If I let time mesmerize me, my fathe...

Ten Life Lessons for Millennials

Barbara Kimmel
in How To

Sometimes someone says something that is difficult to forget; those rare “ah ha” moments that not only stick with you forever but can also be applied in both personal and professional relationships. T...

What It’s Like To Be: An Escort

Journal Staff
in Culture

It’s Nadia’s first time in New York. In fact, it’s her first time outside of her small town in Russia. After this, she heads to Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, then back home. A month lon...

Modern Ethics

Brian K. Henry
in Culture

A quick quiz for the challenged.