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Weight Loss: The Struggle For Instantaneous Results

We live in an age of instant gratification, and that’s very apparent in the realm of fitness and weight loss results. We see advertisements for weight loss programs like “Lose 5 pounds in your first week!” that just reel us in because in our minds we think that maybe that’s all we need to lose and hey, we can just pay for it! 280 more words


The Instant Gratification Generation

I’ve spent the past few weeks trying to figure out what to write about. Have I overthought it? Maybe. But I’m a part of a generation hung up on instant gratification. 1,343 more words


Minds Were Meant To Wander

News came out earlier today that the untitled song Kendrick Lamar performed on “The Colbert Report” finale would not be released. Of course some fans were confused and disappointed, but I found a sense of refreshment about it. 537 more words

Instant gratification among health and fitness

Patience is a virtue, as our parents said. You know, the days where you’d protest “how long do I have to wait……….six hours?!”

Ironically with age, six hours of quality time is all but a flash in the pan. 1,136 more words


Instant Gratification: "Life Itself" and four other good movies to watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime

Pick of the week: “Life Itself” (Netflix)My full review is here. Steve James’ documentary about Roger Ebert is a richly-told tale of the film critic’s full life, but also a primer for anyone who wants to see how a life can be lived with grace, passion and compassion. 164 more words

Instant Gratification

How to Change an Oh No into an Oh Yeah!

This blog post is all about reputation management! Below you’ll see two sample comments of posts that could be found on tripadvisor.com. This is for scholastic purposes so please view them as that alone as they do not reflect on the hotels or their business. 610 more words

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On Rejection, and the Instant Gratification of Wattpad

It feels wasteful to write about writing. If I’m going to sit here and type, shouldn’t I type the things themselves instead of typing about… 671 more words

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