Why Google Search should not be your Go-To for Family Advice

Google is an every day aspect of life. If I really think about it, I probably use Google Search 10-15 times per week, if not more. That adds up throughout the year. Most of the time, I use Google to answer math questions, or if I want to look up a song or a particular…

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5 Ways to Avoid Weekend Burnout

Since the Great Recession roughly a decade ago, millions of Americans have found new ways to make money. It seems now, more than ever, people are blogging, starting side hustles, and becoming their own boss. I’m so happy that my friends and I finally have stable jobs and seem to be on the other side…

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Why It’s OK To Not Achieve Your Biggest Dreams By 30

Next year, I’ll be turning the dreaded Big 3-0. In reality, I’m not dreading it at all. I’m actually looking forward to being 30. But many 29-year-olds feel extreme pressure to have something big accomplished in their lives by the time they turn 30. They have meltdowns and become depressed because their life didn’t turn…

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Books Currently On My Reading List

Last year, I set a New Year’s Resolution to read one book each month. I ended up reading 14 books. This was an accomplishment because in college I never had time to read for pleasure, and after I graduated, I couldn’t find anything I liked enough to read. This year, I’m stepping up my game.…

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5 Signs You’re Spending Too Much Time On Social Media

Have you ever wondered whether you are spending too much time online? Since the creation of MySpace in 2003, social media has grown so rapidly in the last 15 years. Did you have a MySpace? I did for a while, and I didn’t get a Facebook until 2006. Now, I have a Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest,…

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