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Don't Let Negative People Kill Your Flow

A new year is coming! A new year is a fresh start. A new year gives us a great opportunity to stop and look at what we have and what we want — in our careers, our lives and our relationships.<p>You get to decide who to include in your circle. Most of us have people in our lives who lift us up and …

42 Motivational Quotes About Happiness That Will Change Your Perspective About Life

<b>1. “Happiness is where we find it, but very rarely where we seek it.”</b><p><b>– J. Petit Senn</b><p><b>2. “The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do,</b> …

33 Of The Best TV Shows To Binge-Watch

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25 Trendy Diets That Are Total Bullsh*t

Just say no.<p>When it comes to weight loss, we like to play by numbers, so here's a few: 45 percent of Americans usually like to make New Year's resolutions, and of those people, 38 percent cite some form of "lose weight" or "improve health" at the top of their to-do list. Having a plan to hit the …

See Adorable Animals Open Their Holiday Presents

Capuchin monkeys explore a decoration containing their favorite treats on a Christmas tree at Edinburgh Zoo.<br>Andrew Milligan–PA/Landov

How the government got into the tricky business of telling Americans what to eat

By Sarah Kaplan<p>, Reporter<p>A person theoretically could live on meat alone, but it would be “a very one-sided and imperfect diet.” “Ashes” — however unappetizing they might seem — are essential to nutrition. Milk is as close as anything will ever come to being a perfect food.<p>And, above all, we eat …

Great Depression

Why We Hurt Each Other: Tolstoy’s Letters to Gandhi on Love, Violence, and the Truth of the Human Spirit

In 1908, Indian revolutionary Taraknath Das wrote to Leo Tolstoy, by then one of the most famous public figures in the world, asking for the author’s support in India’s independence from British colonial rule. On December 14, Tolstoy, who had spent the last twenty years seeking the answers to …