Daily Inspiration: Born With a Beautiful Soul

Adalia Rose is a vivacious 12 year old girl who was born with Progeria. Progeria is an rare genetic condition that causes children to age at an accelerated rate. The average life expectancy for a person with this condition is only 14 years. Adalia brings light to everyone that sees her with her glowing personality. She is sassy and has a zest for life that … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Born With a Beautiful Soul

Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

American’s love porn, that’s just the bottom line. The days of hiding the scantily clad women on glossy pages in bedside tables and under mattresses has now given way to glowing screens of eroticism. The internet aided in the ease of access by making content a click away. In the early 2000s, it was reported that porn was a $10 billion dollar industry. In 2019 the … Continue reading Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

The Civility of Internet Interaction is Waning

The World Wide Web is turning out to be a angry place. The rise of the internet has birthed something inside people. Comment threads on social media highlight the darkest and contentious thoughts that people have. While in the past, they would just remain thoughts; people seem to be spouting their dislike everywhere. Jobs have been lost and harassment has ensued over things said on … Continue reading The Civility of Internet Interaction is Waning

Internalizing Ads Obliterates Self Esteem

Advertisements are everywhere—on tv, in movies and in print. Companies have found new ways to market their products using technology. Mostly to their benefit and not the consumers. Photoshop showed society that too much of a good thing definitely exists. Perfection gleamed across pages and screens so much so, that magazines had to admit that their models were heavily airbrushed. Although, some of these ads … Continue reading Internalizing Ads Obliterates Self Esteem

Combating Fake News is Simple

Several syndicated news programs are owned by a few large corporations that may tend to favor a specific political view. The days of getting unbiased coverage are long gone. These programs no longer just cover the news, they also generate opinions — often swaying the audience watching. This level of pandering is not a surprise to either side of the fence. Corporations are in business for the … Continue reading Combating Fake News is Simple

Daily Inspiration: Know Who Your Friends Are

Trent Shelton is a former NFL player who is now a motivational speaker. He reaches at least 50 million people per week via his social media platforms. Today’s video is about knowing who to call a friend. In life we are often blinded by the people that are closest to us. Sometimes in order to be great, we have to recognize people for who they … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Know Who Your Friends Are