humanity

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

Casey Parker2 years ago
Default and Working Modes
Breaks are often considered unproductive time by employers and teachers alike. According to a number of published studies, taking some downtime after a study session or a work project has a positive e...
Rochelle Jamille2 years ago
Social Workin' Wonder Woman
Have you seen her in action yet? The new Wonder Woman film is a thrill for so many reasons, especially to social scientists like myself. We study the things people do, say, and feel so that we can get...
Working for Happiness
A key thing to look at in our vocational lives involves a simple question like, "What do I really want to be doing?" We're all well aware of the problem many of us can face in life. We can be stuck in...
Angela Baerthel2 years ago
Boxed In
I spend a lot of time alone in my grown up world. Partly because I like to. But also because I have to. I have come to a crossroads in my life. One where soon I will have even more time alone. My olde...
Dre Joseph2 years ago
Blackonomics
In America, what do Hip-Hop and R&B music, the black hair industry, and professional basketball and football leagues all have in common? They should ALL be owned by black people. Period. If blacks want to be strong enough to one day throw their money behind a political candidate to run for public office in every predominant US state with a pronounced black population, we will need the political capital to do it. What better way to do that then by the way of one of the industries we have a strong...
Bridget Meier2 years ago
My Friend the Police Officer
I have known this man decently for at least three years. We went to the same high school and served in the Manual Academy JROTC program. As I've grown to know him, he's been more and more himself. In ...
Suzannah Fischer2 years ago
No Joke: Feynman & the Common Core
One of the things I have been working on as a point of self-improvement recently is broadening my horizons as far as reading materials are concerned. I've always prided myself on my willingness to rea...
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Kelly Bristow2 years ago
The F Plan, Tips to Help You Take Control of Your Inner Critic!
Tips to help you beat the inner critic and enable you to take back control of your inner power!
Casey Parker2 years ago
The Brain Doesn't Obey The Mind
We’ve all experienced it, usually without having noticed. Driving to a familiar location on your usual route. For example, you arrive, and then the realisation that you have absolutely no idea how you...
Lizzy Arrow2 years ago
What No One Tells You About That You Really Need to Know
Currently a bit behind schedule today. First of all, it was so noisy wherever I go went to try and work; secondly, it's so hot today that all you just want to do is sleep and not do anything, to be ho...
Baleigh Roberts2 years ago
5 Reasons College is Better Than High School
Anyone that experienced the four years that was high school, understands that it was interesting, to say the least. However, four years of never quite feeling like yourself and still having to raise y...
From Consumer to Co-Creator
The funny thing is, people don't really think of themselves as "consumers." It is a label or an idea that is imposed on us from the outside. Those involved in advertising, marketing, economics and so ...
Kate Korte2 years ago
So You Just Graduated
So you just graduated. You just listened to lengthy speeches about how many amazing things you are going to accomplish and how wonderful life has been so far. Your face hurts from smiling for so many ...
Lara Alice2 years ago
Alice and the Endless Dimensions
This time I became tired of my daydreams even faster. Not that I didn’t like all those things I imagined, and everything was really very exciting, but the fact that it was all taking place only in my ...
N M2 years ago
Dyslexia - What You Don't Know
Let's start off by stating that I am dyslexic. Many of the sentences I write may or may not make sense, so I do apologise in advance. I will hopefully help people understand that dyslexia isn't just a...
Clark Ramos2 years ago
Millennials Are The Worst Generation
Hello. My name is Clark, and I was born on a frosty, winter afternoon in January of the ever-so-fleeting year of 1995. That makes me a Millennial, and therefore an expert on Millennials. Recently, I'v...
Noel Leon2 years ago
Creating vs Consuming
“Just as much as we see in others, we have in ourselves.” ~William Hazlitt Even if you have a million followers on Instagram, there is always someone with a million more. Hours spent looking at what e...
Victoria Reeves2 years ago
Call Me Home
I stand alone. However, I am busy with my thoughts. The thoughts and ideas of what I must do for the rest of the day buzz around in my head. So, I don't feel alone. I pull out my phone to look at the ...