Trolls of the Internet – these people are easily spotted but are not only within a particular demographic, can be in any culture, race, age, gender identification, economic position, belief structure, education level; you name it, a troll can fit into that category. They fall into one of four main categories:
The Seemingly Harmless Troll, The…

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Avoid drama and negativity. Be kind. In the Geeky Creative Journey (or aka Geeks Get Creative), I have issued different mini challenges. One such particular one – in which they are all cumulative and must remain once they are in practice – is to start with a day, and then a week, and from then…

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Don’t let your mind be alone too long. This might need a bit of explanation. You see, for those of us who suffer from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and other emotional stresses, syndromes, disorders, whatever you want to term them as – spending any significant amount of time just thinking, overthinking and worrying generally leads…

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This article is going to come with a bit of a disclaimer at the beginning of it, because I don’t want to leave anyone out, but I am specifically directing what I have to say to the able-bodied demographic of the populous. Getting outside at least once a day can be tricky for some, and…

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Regular sleep has been scientifically proven to not only help boost your mood, but your immune system, your cognitive abilities, your memory, and your interpersonal skills. And that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg! Sleeping resets us. It balances and maintains our ‘ebb and flow’ of life cycles. The longest humans can go without…

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I finished my first workout at the MUA gym about an hour and a half ago. It was shorter than I will be doing from here on, but let’s face it; I haven’t spent time in a gym since my last visit to Crunch Fitness in Staten Island way back on February 9th. I figured…

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We’re going to change things up this time. Or rather, we should say, do this the right way – the way it should have been, like it was for me on my first #100days. Back To Basics is the theme. And here is where we gently remind you that you need to talk to a…

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A year ago, I was making excuses for not wanting to get off the couch in Staten Island, NY. My back was sore, my leg was bugging me, I had a migraine, I didn’t sleep well, blah blah blah. I was the queen of internal silent excuses, and the number one thing: no one was…

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Today I’m offline again – no clue what the internet issue is today, but I was unaware of something that has apparently become “big” news at least in Facebook friends of the hubs. Body shaming. **Disclaimer: This article isn’t an attack on being overweight or underweight. It is however, a scathing reply to the fact…

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Friendship. There will be several topics that cover this, as it’s not a “one article” kind of conversation. It is however, a multi-layered, happily life reward. True friendship doesn’t happen instantaneously, but it can begin with as little as a shared smile. Today, we’re going to look at ten of the areas (though to be…

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Originated as a Japanese psychology game – it will give you interesting perspectives about your personality: Remember, it’s a GAME, so don’t take it too seriously, especially if it doesn’t meet your view of yourself. The rules are simple: Grab a pen/paper or just keep track in your head, but don’t cheat and scroll ahead…

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