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Double letters--double trouble?

Have you ever wondered why some words have double letters and some words don’t?   If you want to change plan to the past tense, you need to double the… 541 more words

Word Play

Why Worry?

Worrying is both unnecessary and counterproductive.  There can be no trust in God and we certainly cannot hear God in such a state!  Luke 12:22-31 reads, “Then Jesus said to his disciples: ‘Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat; or about your body, what you will wear.  175 more words

Tekken 7's PlayStation VR Mode Is Queasy And Unnecessary

(Source: kotaku.com)

Tekken 7’s PlayStation VR component isn’t so much a game mode as it is interactive theater. It’s got no health bars, simplified controls and a high probability of making your stomach churn. 159 more words

Technology

23 kitchen gadgets that can be replaced with a simple knife

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

If you’ve ever been to the kitchen section of a Williams-Sonoma or Bed Bath & Beyond, you’ve probably been overwhelmed by how many kitchen gadgets there are. 51 more words

Lifestyle

4 Common Travel Planning Mistakes That Cost Singaporeans Dearly

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

Ask a Singaporean what his or her favourite hobby is, and you’re likely to get the answer, “travelling”, or, worse, “wanderlusting”.

That’s why Singaporeans are such frequent travellers, … 742 more words

Money Matters

Dove's Body-Positive Campaign Falls Flat

Dove, ever-trying to promote body-positivity in its campaigns and products, released a new line of Limited Edition “Real Beauty Bottles” of its body wash that are supposed to be inspired by the beauty of women of all shapes and sizes. 190 more words

PR

Women being CONNED into unnecessary double mastectomies by doctors who misrepresent genetic testing, warns Stanford researchers 

Source: NaturalNews.com

The decision to undergo a double mastectomy is not one that is made lightly, but it is one that countless women have had to face over the years. 583 more words

Health