Hey it’s been a while! Sorry, I have been so busy with school. I decided to take a little break from studying to do a snippet for a future postabout how storytelling changes the world. This is an artist that I admire who tells her stories in form of music. She is originally from Warri which is a major city in Delta State, Nigeria. She is one of the storytellers I would be featuring so sink your teeth into the soulful stories of Nneka.
The store I work at, which will naturally remain unnamed, is run by people who insist we offer small children lollipops (as well as small, cheap toys that often double as choking hazards). Since we're reminded to make such offers, I did so today only to be met with a response of "Oh, no. My daughters don't need those." The three little girls protested, and were met with a scolding along the lines of "You don't need suckers, because they're nothing but sugar and sugar makes you fat.
Language is at the heart of all our interactions -- whether you’re texting, emailing, talking, singing or heatedly debating. So of course, quite a few TED Talks are about the art of language. That’s why we created the new TED playlist, “Words, words, words.”
Included in this playlist: Mark Pagel reveals how language transformed humanity, Erin McKean delivers the joy of lexicography and John McWhorter explains how texters are actually bilingual.
Time flies is just aweeeesssooommmmee!!!! Caution: contains profane language
We all have to rock the acne-chic look at some point, so thank heavens College Fashion created this comprehensive guide to choosing, primers, foundation, concealers and powders for acne-prone skin. Check out the guide here. I found it to be incredibly helpful for my next Sephora trip.
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I have no words for this. The art speaks for itself.
Netflix, the streaming media company who just announced huge gains in its quarterly numbers, is now larger than HBO, according to Quartz.
After several strong quarters of growth, Netflix now has 29.2 million people in the US subscribed to its $8-a-month streaming plan, which is, for the first time, greater than HBO’s domestic subscription base of 28.7 million.