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A 5-Step Process to Determine Whether a News Article is Trustworthy

  Saturday, June 11, 2022

According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, Americans consider a range of variables when determining whether or not a news article is trustworthy. Still, their views differ by party affiliation, demographic traits, and news consumption habits. Overall, a large majority of adults in the United States believe it is at least somewhat important to consider each of the five surveyed factors when determining whether a news story is true or not: the news company that publishes it (88%); the ...

Bouncing Back from Career Burnout: A 21 Day Journaling Guide

  Monday, February 14, 2022

Most people express stress at their job from time to time. The stress that a job and career put on someone can be particularly challenging. When the stress is exacerbated and moves into burnout, there can be lasting physical and emotional effects. Although burnout is not considered a medical or mental health diagnosis, it can lead to further mental and physical health difficulties.

Surviving a Divorce: 8 Days of Expressive Writing

  Thursday, February 3, 2022

Love is intricate. We all want a love that transcends the typical bounds of human relationships, the kind that is reserved for poetry, music, and art. We want to be swept away into a whirlwind romance full of passion and excitement, spending our lives with that one person that makes us happy. We want a love that makes us stand on the edge of the Titanic. One which makes us write a letter for each of the 365 days of the year and stand outside the window of our loved one with a boom box blast...

Jordan Peterson's 10 Steps to Better Writing

  Sunday, November 28, 2021
  Writing  

First of all, let me state that Jordan Peterson is a genius. He's one of the most revered psychologists of our time and has an interesting worldview. In his popular and extensive book "12 Rules for Life," he talks about turning the chaos of life into order from which we can understand, appreciate, and learn. Peterson's area of expertise is personality traits. One of his most well-known studies is a look at what makes people more or less creative. He claims that people who pay attention to s...

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