We tend to forget that famous people have their own inspirational stories. Many, if not all, did not succeed on their first try. These people have a normal life, like us, that consists of having to discover themselves and face adversity.
With stay at home measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people have had to cancel travel and vacations. It’s disappointing and disheartening to have to cancel or postpone something you’ve been looking forward to, but just because plans have to change, doesn’t mean we can’t still experience some of the joy of traveling.
Reality TV is an entertainment system without writers, actors, or scripts. Instead, the shows concentrate on real events or situations. Some reality shows come in the form of sports, while others focus on specific lifestyles.
Well, the similarities in fiction and facts are not as apparent as portrayed in the Hollywood movie Contagion. What the world is facing in real time seems to be hauntingly prescient, quite similar to a chronicle of the foretold pandemic.
It’s an undisputed fact that social distancing and self-isolation are difficult, because we’re social animals and we live through interaction. But as we face COVID-19, the best thing we can do for ourselves and others is to stay indoors.
Many individuals and families have lost their primary source of income and are looking for new and creative ways to make money. Many traditional side hustles, such as cooking and cleaning, are in low or no demand.
Hopefully, staying home will put an end to the COVID-19 crisis, but not your healthy habits! It’s natural to struggle with healthy eating and stick to your “normal” fitness routines when things are everything but normal. Here are our tips to help.
Do you feel like it’s harder these days to get out of bed? Do you feel like you’re stuck doing nothing? Or maybe you feel like there really is not much you can do at home all day, so you don’t even try to get up. Yeah, we understand you.
For advocates of a free, open, and fair internet the widely adopted GDPR may be seen as a triumph for legally entrenched privacy protection. For businesses and organizations who function online, the revised regulations may seem burdensome or confusing.