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The Silent Killer: Stress

22 Apr 2021 1 minute read 1 comment Genuine Gemstone

Out of everything we talked about (food, nutrition, etc.), stress has the most profound effect on your immune system. If you are nourishing your body, and you are on the best kind of diets, but you still get sick, that is the indication that there is...

Minimalism in a Digital World

20 Apr 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Faybomb

I recently finished reading a book called Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World by Cal Newport. It's one of the more enjoyable reads I've picked up in recent memory. The main point of the book is that we should really be reasse...

Writer's Block: Monsters in the Dark

16 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Dr Pasteur

Beasts lunged at him from all sides. He was assaulted by an assortment of curled claws and jagged fangs, dangling from vibrant creatures whose shape seemed ill-defined. The ghastly beings could tear his flesh or disembowel him at any moment. Yet, whi...

US: Colleges Should Use Federal Stimulus Dollars To Invest In Student Mental Health Services

7 Apr 2021 4 minute read 0 comments XTRM

XTRM PR: (7th April 2021) - COVID-19 has created a student mental health crisis for institutions of higher education. It is hoped that Federal stimulus funds offer the means to a solution. A recent report from the National Academy of Medicine confirm...

Learning to Fly

1 Apr 2021 3 minute read 1 comment The Lynx

Despite having the famous Pink Floyd song “Learning to Fly” stuck in my head for the past couple of days, this essay has nothing to do with rock music or drugs. It’s about my current focus in life. I have skied more in the past three months than the...

In Here

31 Mar 2021 1 minute read 1 comment BlacKween

Dear Diary, April is here. Or it will be in a few hours. The last three months have been engulfed by an emotional fog that won't be bothered to fade away as expected. Life or fate has dragged me through some unfavourable suitations and my soul has be...

10 Minutes on Activating Abundance

27 Mar 2021 2 minute read 3 comments BryRi

Every couple days I partake in an exercise called freewriting. Other than the few minutes afterward when I create my thumbnail on Canva, I find the exercise very rewarding. Today I am thinking about 10 Minutes on Activating Abundance.   What is Abund...

Painting from a thrift store

25 Mar 2021 1 minute read 1 comment DrMind

    With spring just arriving, it is a chance to re decorate the house in a way that is conducive to the seasons. It brings a different kind of energy to the place. Plus, it is a reminder of what time of the year it is. So that’s helpful.      Thrift...

Privileged

24 Mar 2021 1 minute read 5 comments DrMind

     If you are reading this and on this platform, you have a privilege that others do not. We have some internet connection and therefore have all sorts of information available to us.       The word privilege has gotten a bad wrap lately, especiall...

The Exploitation of Personal Data

24 Mar 2021 5 minute read 5 comments The Lynx

     We live in the digital age. With exponential growth in the tech industries, social media, and many more internet-based industries, our privacy is under threat like never before. You may ask, “So what?”      Since plunging into the crypto world w...