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Top 50 Ways To Be Kind in 2015

When was the last time you did something nice for someone else, a stranger perhaps, completely out of the blue? Most of us would like to say today. Or even this week, or month. But for many of us, this just isn’t the reality. Instead, we keep drifting through life, doing what we must, and … Continue reading

How To Kick Your Keurig to the Curb with Lenny Kravitz

I’m not really a coffee drinker but according to one of the current Top Stories here at the Dangerous Lee Network, you love coffee and you even like to put weird things in it. If you’re using a Keurig to make your morning, noon and evening cup of java, check this out… The rubber tubing … Continue reading

Top 5 Traits of Happy People

By Suzie Patterson Happy People are no accident. They are happy because they have developed certain skills that make happiness part of their lives. Here are 5 skills that will reduce stress, build confidence and self-esteem, help reduce negative thinking and improve your relationships. 1. Savor the Moment Frequently this is called “Being Present” or … Continue reading

10 Tips To Bust The Blues

By Bridget Geegan Blanton 1.) Master Your Thoughts The truth of the matter is that we believe whatever we tell ourselves. Be intentional in your thinking and internalize messages of hope, beauty and strength. Become an observer of your thoughts. Practice the habit of reining yourself back into the present moment and away from the … Continue reading

Meaning of the Year 2015 – What to Expect By the Numbers

By Penny L Lee There were two significant ‘firsts’ as far as the numbers for the year 2014. One happened December 13, 2014, 12-13-14 and the other was the longest night in decades. The year 2014 was about getting in touch with the deeper meaning of life and analyzing your personal situation. However, the Universal … Continue reading

Don’t Ask What You Can Do For The Homeless, Ask What They Can Do For You

I got nothing. Just check this article out – Homeless Man Offers All His Money To Help Student Get Home, But What She Did In Return Is Spectacular | If You Only News. Listen as you read:

Top Story: 2014 Countdown to Christmas Checklist!

By Susan J Bohenko If you’ve decided to enjoy Thanksgiving and wait until after that wonderful holiday to start focusing on Christmas, here’s some suggestions and ideas put together in a Countdown to Christmas Checklist to help you stay organized and on track. Please tweak and edit to suit you. If you could go one … Continue reading

Notes on Surviving Your Pap Test

Originally posted on Rookie Notes:
What is a Pap smear?  A Pap test, commonly referred to as the Pap smear, is a medical procedure that screens for cancers or precancerous cells in the cervix. Cells collected from the cervix with a mascara-like brush or swab are spread (smeared) on a microscope slide for lab examination.…

10 Problems Every Overweight Person Has Faced

By Ariba Adnan Being obese is not funny but the problems or issues they face being overweight are funny. Same goes with skinny people or with any specific category, so no offence here! Facts I have discussed below are merely my observation which I thought are real and ought to be shared. Are you obese? … Continue reading

A Quick Guide to the Female Genitalia

By Oliver N Chapman Being able to experience great sex is an important part of any relationship, and a relationship that experiences great sex is an important goal in your personal development. A greater knowledge of sex is necessary, since many of the biggest problems concerning sex and sexuality revolves around a lack of knowledge. … Continue reading

Top Story – Ebola: WTF is it?

Ebola Here. Ebola There. Ebola Everywhere! Key facts Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and spreads in the human population through human-to-human transmission. The average EVD case fatality rate is around 50%. Case fatality … Continue reading

Recipe: Have you ever eaten Red Lentil Quinoa with Greens and Seeds? Me Either.

Originally posted on The Flexi Foodie:
I’m back!!!  Yes, after a LONG hiatus of posting recipes to my blog …. I’m finally back and here to stay!  So, first and foremost – an apology for the long hiatus but it was with I hope a good excuse!  In the summer, I received a publishing deal…

7 Phrases We Must Stop Using Now

By Phil Mullins Estimated reading time: 5 minutes, 22 seconds. Contains 1076 words No one appointed me, nor do I aspire to be, a member of the grammar police – those folks do great work. However, I hear, and often use, the following phrases, words, etc quite often, and insist we must work together to … Continue reading

Why Has ‘Ratchet’ Behavior Become So Popular?

By Chuck Checkman, Sr. Estimated reading time: 4 minutes, 16 seconds. Contains 855 words Worldstar Freaks Uncut has uncovered a vast phenomenon for which is rapidly becoming relevant among all aspects within our lives. Trends occur all of the time. However, modern trends have transformed into something of which very few if any people at … Continue reading

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