Month: December 2019

11 Quotes From Robin Williams On Money, Life, Love, Intimacy, And Loneliness

December 30, 2019

Robin Williams was a funny, complicated man who brightened the lives of many people through his comedy and his wit. He was amazing and unforgettable and I know he was always able to put a smile on my face. So I selected 11 of my favorite quotes from Robin to share with you all. Each […]

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22-Year-Old with No Left Hand Becomes First Visibly Disabled Radio City Rockette

December 28, 2019

Sydney Mesher, 22, has to make two minor changes to her Rockettes performance due to her disability Sydney Mesher, who was conceived without her left hand, has impacted the world forever as the main at any point obviously incapacitated individual to turn into a Radio City Rockette. The 22-year-old from Portland, Oregon, definite her voyage […]

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The original Gerber baby, 91, poses with the current Gerber baby in beautiful photo

December 28, 2019

Gerber is an iconic baby food brand; since its humble beginnings in 1927 its products now span 80 countries. Inspired by his pediatrician wife Dorothy who made hand-strained food for their 7-month old daughter, Daniel Frank Gerber recognized the business opportunity and the Gerber business was born. It’s an instantly recognizable brand with the image […]

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Quokkas Are the ‘World’s Happiest Animal’ and We Have The Proof

December 28, 2019

Have you heard of quokkas before? If you haven’t, you haven’t seen the happiest smile in the world yet! If you need a quick mood-booster, images of the happiest wild animals on the planet will instantly do the job! Or, even better, you can visit Rottnest Island and Bald Island in Australia and meet them […]

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“Living” Chandelier Made with Algae-Filled Leaves Naturally Purifies the Air

December 28, 2019

Due to the huge damage we have done to our planet, the need for eco-friendly alternatives to our everyday items becomes increasingly evident. As a result, innovators from various industries are trying to find new, sustainable ways to increase our life-quality. Yet, their main goal is for the new household items to be functional for the environment. […]

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Never Stop Being A Good Person Because Of Bad People

December 28, 2019

This is a world full of opposites, day vs. night, black vs. white, pleasure vs. pain, beautiful vs. ugly, strong vs. weak, good vs. bad. Even though we might experience it, we should always strive to defeat evil. When other people treat you poorly, walk away, smile and keep being you. Unfortunately, it is difficult […]

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I’m Honestly Fed Up With All The Bad News, So I Illustrated 50 Of The Best Ones From 2019

December 25, 2019

It seems like every time we turn on the news, there is more and more bad news happening. Unfortunately, this takes the focus away from the actual good news that is happening in the world. Yes, there is still good things happening on our planet. One artist, The Happy Broadcast decided to illustrate some of […]

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People Are Refusing To Use Self-Checkout Because It’ll “Kill Jobs”

December 25, 2019

A lot of Canadian shoppers are on an uprising against the use of self-checkout machines in stores and malls, and their cause is justified. An interview done by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) recently shows that there a lot of people who are strongly against the deployment of these machines, because they’ll increase unemployment in […]

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Photographer And His Wife Plant 2 Million Trees In 20 Years To Restore A Destroyed Forest And Even The Animals Have Returned

December 24, 2019

As per the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, 129 million hectares of timberland, a territory practically comparable in size to South Africa, have been lost from the Earth everlastingly since 1990 because of deforestation. A zone generally the size of the nation of Panama is being lost each year. With somewhere in the range […]

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80-Year-Old Veteran Makes Wooden Toys For Children In Need Every Christmas

December 23, 2019

Jim Annis in Sanford, North Carolina has been making toys for kids for as far back as 50 years. The 80-year-old veteran loves making wooden toys. Jim cuts, shapes and sands his manifestations until they are finished and prepared to provide for youngsters. Do you recollect nostalgic wooden toys? For the most part, he gives […]

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