humanity

The real lives of businessmen, professionals, the everyday man, stay at home parent, healthy lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories.

Shamus Roana year ago
When Profiling Isn't Harmful
For over 15 years I worked the doors in Melbourne, I have encountered enough things to last a life time of articles and stories, but today I want to speak about how profiling can save someone from har...
Maki Jacksona year ago
Walking Down a Life Path
As a kid, you learn the simple side about money. You become very happy to even have a quarter or a dollar. As you get older, you acknowledge the harsher side of money. You learn that money is what mak...
Erika Martineza year ago
A Job Is a Job
Getting a job can be both easy and difficult. To be honest, there are plenty of jobs, not many dream jobs, but there are jobs close to it. From life experience and getting to know people, finding the ...
Kori Oylera year ago
The Season of Giving...?
Why I Stopped Donating to People Outside of Grocery Stores
Peter Rosea year ago
The Future for Human Creativity
Can creativity be taught? The ancient Chinese believed that all things are made of a mix of yin and yang, that while one may predominate nothing can exist as wholly only yin or only yang. Is this a un...
Lali Onnea year ago
Why I Write
I write because I can’t help it. Thoughts and feelings spill out of my mind with every waking moment, like a child unable to control their crayon within the lines of a colouring book. I write because ...
Secret Serenitya year ago
The Life of an Office Administrator
So I suppose today isn't the best day to start this, as technically I'm on annual leave. Also I haven't slept yet (which is becoming a theme of my life) so really its still yesterday - does that make ...
Cyra Valent2 years ago
The Freedom to Just Be
I didn’t like being a child. I remember lying about my age wishing I was older, willing the time to pass faster towards that seemingly unattainable 18th-year mark. I looked ahead towards adulthood wit...
Ariana Marcanti2 years ago
The Story of the Iced Coffee Lady
If you've ever worked in a fast food restaurant, in retail, or really any service job, you KNOW there's always one customer that will ruin your day. Often times, you know it right away when you look a...
Things Amusement Park Ride Operators Wish You Knew
As Halloween approaches, various amusement parks are putting up their halloween decorations and turning spooky for the season. Amusement parks can be just as fun during a holiday as they are during th...
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Nabeela Pathan2 years ago
I'm Stuck
I'm 18 years old and just finished at Sixth Form (Senior Year). It's been around three months now and most of my friends are attending University. I also was going to attend University but changed my ...
Danielle Murray2 years ago
Life After University
For as long as I can remember, I wanted to go to university, so when it got closer, and eventually came around, I was ecstatic. In September 2014, I moved into my accommodation, and I remember feeling...
Dylan Copeland2 years ago
Frank Goodberry
Frank Goodberry sighs loudly and throws another crunched up piece of paper into the wastepaper bin that sits against the wall, between his filing cabinet and his liquor cabinet. The liquor cabinet see...
Amy G.2 years ago
Duran
I once met a man, his name was Duran. I know, awful, who would start a story with a rhyme. Duran was the type of character that needed a rhyme to introduce him, the fabulous being he seemed to be. He ...
Rhonda Farley2 years ago
My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
In the short time that I have been delivering pizzas, I have been fortunate by not seeing many accidents on the roadways. But one day, I was driving along a popular road here in Town, while delivering...
The Price of Education and Teaching: Part X
My second principal was a male, sweet as can be but hardly ever did anything; his door was always open for anyone who wanted to talk with him, but that'd be almost all he'd do, listen, and not always....
Wayne Thomas2 years ago
The Village
It takes a village to raise a child! You've heard the saying so many times it's probably lost its edge. What does it mean, though? I hear something very different when this platitude is uttered – rath...
The Price of Education and Teaching: Part IX
Because I really had no 'resources,' I went back to my husband's apartment but started looking for a place to rent close to work. It took me about a month, so I lived a month of almost complete silenc...