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25 Things I've Learned In My 20s & Thought Catalog

25 Things I've Learned In My 20s & Thought Catalog
You can’t date a jerk and expect to turn them into a good person. Jerks are fully committed to being unpleasant. Those brief moments of tenderness they give you are designed to trip you up and give you false hope. It’s best to stay away altogether.The rumors are true: your metabolism does slow down as you get older! That means if you’re still eating whatever you want, there’s a good chance you’ll start to gain an awkward amount of weight. It won’t be too drastic but your clothes will start to hang differently on your body and you’ll feel an overall feeling of unattractiveness. Buy it today Tagged Drinking, Drugs, Family, Friendships, Guide To Staying Awesome In Your 20s, Jealousy, Life Lessons, Relationships, Twenties, Weight

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50 Of Life’s Little Pleasures 1. The scrumptious residue left on your fingers after eating Doritos or Cheetos products. 2. FUCKING HOMEPAGE - Useful Websites Here is a list of websites we have featured in the past that might come in handy. Remember to set FuckingHomepage.com as your start page if you haven’t already. Educational/Learning favoriteandforget.com – Useful and educational links updated daily. Set it as your homepage and forget about it.khanacademy.org - video lectures on just about any subjectted.com - lectures by smart peopleinternetisuseful.com - for every educational website or useful web app out thereacademicearth.org - classroom lecturesfreerice.com - expand your vocabulary while feeding the hungrylizardpoint.com - a collection of geography quizzesmathrun.net - timed math quizzesclassicshorts.com - the best short storieserowid.org - learn about drugsqwikia.com - turn a Wikipedia article into a videounplugthetv.com - a collection of intellectually stimulating videosfactsie.com - a place to learn amazing and unusual historical and scientific facts

Your 100 greatest travel experiences 31st December 2013 We asked for your ultimate travel experiences – and you voted in your thousands. So here it is, the definitive travel wish list... 100. Soaking up Santorini, Greece Island life 25 Kitchen Appliances That Will Make Your Life Easier Posted by editor on Oct 14, 2012 in News | 3 comments Great help when you need it most; These are the 25 kitchen appliances that will make your life easier. Some of them are completely useless but still fun and cool. Enjoy! 1) Le Creuset two-in-one pan

30 Ways To Make Your 20s Better 1. Accept that you can’t please everybody, and then decide which select few opinions and feelings you value enough to try and satisfy. 2. Recognize that the grass always seems greener on the other side. Perhaps the grass you’re standing on just needs a little watering — it’s not necessarily where you’re at, so much as what you do there. Aokigahara: Japan's Haunted Forest of Death Located at the base of Mt. Fuji, Aokigahara is perhaps the most infamous forest in all of Japan. Also known as the Sea of Trees, Suicide Forest, and Japan’s Demon Forest, Aokigahara has been home to over 500 confirmed suicides since the 1950s. Called “the perfect place to die,” Aokigahara is the world’s second most popular place for suicide (the Golden Gate Bridge being the first). A Horrifying Legend is Born Legend says that this all started after Seicho Matsumoto published a novel by the name of Kuroi Kaiju (Black Sea of Trees) in 1960.

20 minutes of advice on how to live from Neil Gaiman In some circles, Neil Gaiman has attained near rockstar status. Twenty years ago Gaiman was making the celebrated graphic novel , and was dabbling in longer-form writing. He went on to write amazing books like American Gods, Coraline, and Neverwhere. He was recently asked to give the commencement speech at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and the entire 20 minute video is brimming over with good advice. Gaiman begins by talking about his background in journalism, and how he learned that more important than the drive to make money, is the one to make good art.

If You're Too Busy to Meditate, Read This This morning, like every morning, I sat cross-legged on a cushion on the floor, rested my hands on my knees, closed my eyes, and did nothing but breathe for 20 minutes. People say the hardest part about meditating is finding the time to meditate. This makes sense: who these days has time to do nothing? It’s hard to justify. Meditation brings many benefits: It refreshes us, helps us settle into what’s happening now, makes us wiser and gentler, helps us cope in a world that overloads us with information and communication, and more.

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