There is a setting on my
photo editing software that
changes the image to a
cartoon drawing. I want to
do this to life sometimes.
It seems to me that viewing
life as a play, a cartoon, makes
its absurdity more evident.
I prefer laughter to frustration
humor to anger
happiness to indifference.
Epsom salts have been a staple for creating a soothing bath to wash away aches and pains. But there’s much more this simple salt can do.
Even with the significant advances in cancer screening and treatment, there are still many cancers that are hard to detect. Here are the ones you need to know about.
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Research shows that this ancient remedy is unbelievably versatile and good for your body—both inside and out. Experts explain how.
There’s no set time for how long sex should last. Here’s how the clock can kill the mood and what therapists say you should focus on instead.
Fandango is the host of Fandango Provocative Question
Welcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question.
I recently read some interesting statistics regarding how Americans perceive climate change. In a poll by The Economist/YouGov, 72% of Democrats believe governments can take actions to slow climate change, compared with only 24% of Republicans.
More than 80% of Democrats, half of independents, and less than a third of Republicans believe that human activity is warming the planet. Two-thirds of Republicans say massive wildfires, prolonged droughts, and severe hurricanes are events that “just happen from time to time.”
So with this in mind, my provocative question this week is this…
Do you believe that human activity is a significant contributor to climate change or do you concur with those who believe that changes to the climate naturally occur from time to time?
To my mind, this is no brainer!
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Tanya is the host of 5 Things
5 Things Tuesday — 5 Life lessons you have learned during the lockdown.
Something totally unexpected happened at the end of February 2020. A global pandemic was declared by the WHO and most places went into unprecedented lockdowns.
The pandemic still is here. Maybe for another year or two, who can say for sure.
I have learned a few things since February’20
After the toilet paper shortage, OTC painkillers were scarce too. People bought all the hand sanitizer from stores and even on Amazon, one couldn’t find any. The most important lesson I learned was to share. Get only what you need and leave the rest for others.
• Be kind;
Pandemic is tough on everyone. Be kind when you see people struggling with their lives. Be more understanding and forgiving. When everyone is suffering, a little kindness…
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