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me time

I love Me Time.  I love having time to myself to spend endless hours listening to music, watching tv, or browsing the internet.  I’ve always kind of been a home body: I chose to spend the majority of my high school weekends sober and at home with my parents (I did have a rebellious “skinny phase” senior year, though… more on that later).  302 more words


Inspired by DoSomething.org Trash Campaigns

Do Something is a non-profit organization designed to work with young people to inspire and motivate them to social change and activism. There are about 2.8 million members participating in cause-based campaigns. 214 more words

Learning Opportunities

The Surprising Truth Behind Fear & Fear of Interaction

Are you afraid of the dark?

When people hear or talk about the things that sends chills up their spine, they will inevitably, start to experience distress and may also experience a little episode of paranoia. 1,881 more words


Be A Roman,While In Rome

Recently,I had a tour to Coorg and Mangalore,India with my colllege friends.Both the places were situated in the other state of India.We had a very good vacation and while we were returning,we had to take a different path through Kerala,another state in India.It was a long travel through the state that we had breakfast and lunch at the shops in Kerala.Unlike the other state we went,Kerala is known for its rich diversity and purity.Its called as “God’s own Country” due to its rich vegetation.Its quite different from other states of south India.And am not telling all these because am from Kerala but this is the truth.I am sure that no one can disagree with my statements. 215 more words



I have heard many Ugandan women today lamenting about how men have abandoned their responsibilities as fathers, husbands and or boyfriends. In her words, Mukyaala Nnalongo Kyeyune, my mother, narrated to me of how she feels sorry for today’s women including us her daughters for falling into a regime of today’s men (Ugandan) who act so irresponsibly. 694 more words