messy-environment
Education

A Messy Environment Can Breed Creativity and Productivity

I’m sure you’re looking at the title of this article and thinking “surely not!” You may not believe it, but it’s true. You’d assume a messy environment would do the total opposite of breeding creativity and productivity. I’m sure any of you readers who’ve worked in both neat and messy …

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World

Russia Is Seriously Running Out Of Money

Russia, one of the largest countries in the world, has been in a seriously dangerous recession for over two years now. Back in September of 2014, the country had a hefty savings account consisting of almost $92 billion. Now, it sits at just $32 billion. Now that might still sound …

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News

US Chess Champion Boycotts World Championship in Iran

The reigning female US chess champion Nazi Paikidze has publicly spoken about her decision to boycott the World Championship in Tehran, Iran. The event, which is due to happen in February is set to be the biggest female sporting event to occur in the country, but due to the country’s …

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News

From Grace To Grass: Forbes Revises Elizabeth Holmes $4.5 Billion Net Worth

It must be a pretty great feeling to be the number one, richest, self-made woman according to financial giant Forbes. However, to then have your colossal $4.5 billion net worth disputed by aforementioned financial giant, is a bit of a fall from grace, and exactly what happened to Elizabeth Holmes …

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NATO
NewsWorld

Montenegro Receives an Invitation To Join NATO

In a bold move, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, more commonly known as NATO has invited the tiny nation of Montenegro to join its ranks. This move is significant for multiple reasons including the fact that this is the 7th NATO expansion since the organization was founded in 1949. While …

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Spetses
World

Spetses – My Little Slice Of Paradise

  Normally, when people write about the places they love most in the world it’s to encourage you to go. However, when I tell you about the beautiful, secret gem that is Spetses I don’t want you to visit it. Why? Because it’s MY little slice of paradise, and I …

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Retired
World

Why I Never Want To Retire

I get asked a lot recently about my ‘plans for the future’ and whether I’ve set up a pension plan, getting ready for retirement. At 26 years young, I find it very strange to be asked these kinds of questions. But also, as someone who is self employed, I guess …

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Ho Chi Minh City
World

Why I enjoyed Ho Chi Minh City

  Lets face it, amongst Americans, Vietnam has a pretty bad reputation. I kind of understand why. Many people still remember Vietnam in a negative light because of the Vietnam War. That is fine, but you should still be open minded about visiting Vietnam. While I know I may be …

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Home student
Education

Why Everyone Should Study Psychology – From Home!

I’m going to put it out there; I didn’t get a chance to attend a normal college or university course like most of my friends. When everyone was packing their backs to head off to uni, I was working long hours trying to pay bills. Boo hoo. Luckily, as I …

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Pink
World

The Most Important Gig Of My Life Is Actually Quite Cringe

I’m a big, big music fan. I grew up with a Dad who liked rock and punk, and a Mum still stuck in the 80s. I was lucky enough to have an eclectic upbringing when it comes to music, as my Spotify playlists will show. Music is food for the …

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