Better Living

23 Apr 19
Lewis Tarplee

After visiting the library to find books related to muscles and more specifically muscle knots, I came across a book titled The Living Body – Karl Sabbagh and Christiaan Bernard. The book was useful because it contained diagrams and information that I found quite inspiring for upcoming concepts within my FMP project. One page displaying the structures […]

23 Apr 19
Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture

Ed Graveline had a gun pointed at his head. The 20-year-old had been beaten “to a pulp” by robbers and forced to open the safe at a Los Angeles restaurant where he was working. “They said they were going to kill me unless I opened the safe, which I did not know the combination to,” Graveline […]

23 Apr 19
Longreads

American food supplies are increasingly channeled through a handful of big companies: Amazon, Walmart, FreshDirect, Blue Apron. What do we lose when local supermarkets go under? A lot — and Kevin Kelley wants to stop that.

23 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Melissa Majchrzak/Getty Images Donovan Mitchell came alive Monday night just in time to prolong the Utah Jazz’s season in a 107-91 Game 4 win. Without his 19-point fourth quarter, they do not roll over the Houston Rockets 31-12 in those 12 minutes. They do not stave off a first-round sweep. They do not see a […]

23 Apr 19
Madrid Adventures

Marcia Rumsey: Media Production student, currently studying at UC3M in Madrid. https://marciainmadrid.wordpress.com/?fbclid=IwAR0rZzSdOXIjL2OrFoSWHQ-tq9aznZ_XquNCo5YKjXImi68nzjSGiBolgbs  This blog has been a joy to read, and although I have been spending a lot of time here in Madrid with Marcia it’s still interesting to look at each of her blog posts to hear her opinions on everything we have done! […]

23 Apr 19
Cristian Mihai

Do you know what Wikipedia says about me? Yes, there’s an article about me and I know it by heart. “Jonathan Eduard Fisher (born August 23, 1979) is an American writer.” That’s it. I don’t know who wrote it and I don’t know how to expand it. Even the fact of me being called a […]

23 Apr 19
Ferica's Blog

Bali is one of the provinces in Indonesia, it is an area which is famous for its tourist destinations for foreign or domestic tourists. There are various tourist destination in Bali, ranging from the calm and beautiful rural areas such as the village of Ubud to the bustling and beautiful coastal areas. However, the lively […]

23 Apr 19
Unsent Written Letters

To my love, Having you here was like living a dream I never want to wake up from. I loved waking up to you by my side and feeling your warmth, same as going to sleep. I always had a smile on my face for these moments. More than that, I couldn’t stop smiling while […]

23 Apr 19
George's Diary

1. It starts from home Gender discrimination starts from the home right out into society. Until we successfully tackle gender discriminations in the home, we may never successfully eradicate it in society. Believe me, I am not trying to say that men must know how to do just everything their wives do or that women […]

23 Apr 19

Back in the good old days, when we had a strong and stable government, a prime minister who could lead, a cabinet with strength in depth, and, dare I say it,  a director of communications and strategy with the know-how to direct both, I never much bought the idea that democracy needs a strong opposition.  Indeed, […]

23 Apr 19
Fred's Soapbox

I have scarcely any regrets regarding the things I did or at least attempted in my lifetime–including the myriad ill-advised misadventures and fiascoes, the questionable items I sometimes purchased, the places I went–admittedly at times dubiously inspired and insipid and ordinary, the sundry people I met along life’s serpentine pathway–admittedly all not of sterling character……the […]

23 Apr 19
Modestwebblog

Some countries that gained independence after 1957 and/or in 1957, the year Ghana, our beloved country, gained hers. Kuwait–1991 Malaysia–1957 Qatar–1971 Singapore–1959 Cambodia–1989 South Africa–1997 It is interesting, however, to note that an average young man and woman won’t spend a minute staying in Ghana if given the opportunity to travel to any of these […]

23 Apr 19
Simon’s Incoherent Blog

“Do you want me to apologise? I won’t. We were at war. Everything I did, I did for my house and my family. I’d do it all again.” (SPOILER WARNING!) If you’re chafing for the first of this last season’s Big Battles, you may well have been disappointed this week. For the second week in […]