Monday, January 26th, 2015

 

11 Slacker-Proof Questions To Get Your Goals Back On Track

Have you fallen off track keeping your New Year’s goals and resolutions? No worries, the year is still young. Here are 11 questions to get your goals re-activated with confidence. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more


Age Related Macular Degeneration: Prevention With EGCG

Cataracts, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) are inflammatory diseases of the eye that represent the leading causes of blindness in those over the age of 60. More than half of people over age 80 will have a cataract, or have had cataract surgery 1. The relationship between nutrition and age-related diseases of the eye has been extensively studied over the past 15 years and we know that deficiencies in both macro and micro nutrients play a role 2,3. Furthermore, overall antioxidant status is a critical factor in the pathogenesisRead More


A New Film Exposes Campus Rape Culture—But Will Colleges Listen?

This past Friday at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, filmmaker Kirby Dick premiere his latest film, The Hunting Ground. The documentary examines the ongoing rape and sexual assault issues that women face everyday and the lack of justice that follows. Although the documentary focuses on many women, it centers around the case of Erica Kinsman who was brutally attacked and raped by Heisman Trophy winner, Jameis Winston, while they were both students at Florida State. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post readRead More


I Asked My Date The "36 Questions" That Lead To Love And BIG FAIL

In the 12 hours after that New York Times Modern Love blog came out about the 36 questions that can make you love anyone, 10 people sent it to me. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more


LOL: 15 Honest Photos That Depict Modern-Day Parenting

I’ve been a single dad now for about a year. And one thing I’ve come to recognize is that parenting three young kids is quite possibly the most insane/difficult/rewarding experience there is to be had. I love my kids: Violet, 6, Henry, almost 4, and Charlie, who is coming up on his first birthday. But it’s tough sometimes, same as it is for any parent, single or not. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post: Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more


5 Real-Life Lessons We Learned From ‘Parenthood’ (Thank You!)

We laughed. We cried. And now say goodbye to “Parenthood,” what I consider to be the most realistic family show ever on television. Here’s a look at the lessons the show taught us through the years. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post: Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more


Want A Life That Lights You Up Inside? Find THIS First

When we search for our life purpose, we sometimes feel lost. We must ask ourselves questions to discover what it is we truly want. Once we have an idea of what our purpose is, that is when we reap the full advantages. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more


5 Things I Wish I Knew About Beauty And Self Love In High School

I’ve learned a lot since I occupied the hallowed halls of high school—as I should’ve since I’m forking out a pretty penny for college tuition, but I’ve also learned a lot more about beauty. And I’ve realized 5 of the MAJOR beauty mistakes I made in high school. Can you relate? Here they are! Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post: Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more