I meet a biker from a small town in Montana that rode his way across the country to New York City. A miracle case that experienced death and was reborn back into life, he gave his perspective and his advice on how to go about pursuing your dreams and your happiness fearlessly.
After riding the subway regularly and observing common bad habits of train etiquette in NYC, I was prompted to write this piece. I tied in other various elements associated with the tech-age as well. Enjoy.
Do you feel like you’ve began to hit a life plateau? Ever considered the significance and impact your living space makes on you? Before you arrange those Sunday plans, read this blog. Enjoy.
“Millennial Milliseconds”, my project meant to bring awareness to the quirks and life choices of millennials in my generation through fictional representatives of personal experience and contemporary observation.
Originally posted on Marta Frant:
Most of our blog posts these days have zero information value but we write them, publish them and read what other bloggers have to tell us.
That means that there is something other than knowledge and news in them that interests us and attracts us. This logic-friendly conclusion made me think about the information we receive on a daily basis and how we can handle it properly.
In the world where we all are digital to the core and advanced technology goes hand in hand with spiritual progress
finding your own balance is key to getting the most out of all the information flows.
When the whole world is at your fingertips
don’t disclose too much information
otherwise you’ll have to hide much more than you had revealed.
It’s one thing to know something, it’s quite another to know something at the right time. When would you like to…
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I met a young man from the hood who shared his struggles of having to sacrifice his childhood, life, and future for a child he wasn’t expecting. He expressed a sad tale exposing the harsh reality of peer pressure and life in the hood.
The 4.0 magnitude baby quake that shook my hometown in the SF Bay Area this morning prompted me to share articles on how to prepare for “The Big One”. The usual “Picking Out The Seeds of ‘The Big Apple'” will be pushed back to a later date this week.