Some days are tiring and it's hard to get up in the morning. Here's a playlist that's perfect for a pick me up...if you want something more than just coffee. 1. Life's About To Get Good - Shania Twain 2. No Such Thing As A Broken Heart - Old Dominion 3. Hoodie - Hey Violet 4. Supercut - Lorde 5. Walking The Wire - Imagine Dragons 6. Little Of Your Love - HAIM 7. Night Bus - Gabrielle Aplin 8. Stay - Zedd, Alessia Cara 9. Brother - Kodalin 10. California - Big & Rich
Dear Reader, When I embarked on this journey, I was unprepared for the daily toils, loneliness, fatigue, hunger, and anxiety I would face. I had an idea—I had, after all, traveled before. I have known many homes in my lifetime, but never before had I undertaken such a long—such a solitary journey. Writing to you has been one of my sweeter solaces. I truly believe that without your confidence, I would be unable to complete this journey. After walking through the marshland in s
The need for a global impact and change on a large scale is pertinent. Individuals want to help from afar but it seems like we never quite know how our dollar is spent. DonorSee is changing the way we interact with monetary donations to projects in need by creating “unparalleled transparency”  Founder Gret Glyer spent 3 years living abroad in Malawi, Africa. During that time, he learned the unfortunate impact charity had on individuals who needed help. “After founding and
there is a
waiting to taste
your open lips. - like honey. like gold. like sweet and crisp. the afterglow you embody, the taste of you inside a sunset. open. full. light.
you— with the sky at your mercy. with the earth watching your every movement. it is you, then breath- taking soul.
At the ripe “young” age of 62, I took the plunge and changed jobs. Before I left my employer of over 20 years for my amazing dream job, I grilled everyone interviewing me about the five-year plan. Because if I could just get three-five years out of this, I would be set to retire. And before I accepted, I got assurances from three different executives that there was indeed a healthy, five-year plan. Not so…after exactly one year to the day (two years ago), I was laid off. The
More often than not, we catch ourselves in situations where we agree to participate in something or do something that we don’t want to do in the name of common courtesy. It has become a mandatory part of our society that we "go along" with others. It tends to hide behind the façade of manners. Is it really so fair to force or be forced to participate when the activity is something you wouldn’t have wanted to be a part of in the first place? Consider this situation that we’re
I raised myself; a mountain I would be. Poised firmly, always standing tall, though my mind prefers to drift: Our Earth has been forced to death, by the hand of mankind. The disregard we have for the world around us is now knocking at our doorstep. There's no hope. So instead I embrace the beauty of such an end. If you could only see this bounty flying by to take Earth away. It glows, and has an eminent gravitational pull. Colorful violets, and blues exude their magnetism, an
Photo: Ebsqart There are starving kids in Africa and my friend tells me of her rape on Christmas Eve back when she still believed in Santa and how she waited for him to come down the chimney and save her. He didn’t. There are starving kids in Africa and my roommate asks me if it counts as rape if she was passed out and he was her boyfriend. She doesn’t think so. There are starving kids in Africa and my brother is in a child psychiatric ward. His hair is a mess of curls not br