How to Become Famous in 12 (Not-So-Easy) Steps

You’ve probably picked up on this by now (um, hopefully), but getting famous is NOT. EASY. You’ve got to grind at it constantly (like, every single day), researching, planning, and putting out only your best work. All of those pics that look effortless on Instagram are, well, often fake. “Hard work wins,” Fritzo says. “Things […]

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A Way to Plan If You’re Bad at Planning

If you’re ready to dive into helping your child improve executive functioning and planning skills, consider these key strategies. They may help avoid common stumbling blocks and set up your child for success: What exactly is a skills development plan ? A skills development plan can either be completed by an individual, or by an […]

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A Stress-Free Guide on How to Graduate

Having to complete your graduate degree with ease is such a massive challenge to many students. Most students are faced with too much pressure, which leads to stress and anxiety. The thing is that you are not alone in this. Above-average students every year face graduation stress. Perusing your career stress-free takes effort. Balancing social […]

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Human’s Capabilities to Climate Change

There have been persistent impediments to the attainment of considerable milestones in mitigating greenhouse gas emission. The hindrances make it likely that climate change will occur on a large scale and bring irreversible consequences. The development of a robust conceptual framework for the limits to adaptation, which is informed by valid and reliable theoretical constructs, […]

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Population and Environment relations

The population growth and the environment we live in are closely related. The major forces behind change in population are fertility, mortality, and increased migration. The rates are different all across the entire world and essentially are higher in developing countries. One reason is due to the lack of funds to obtain contraceptives. Mortality rates refer to […]

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The Danger of Air pollution. Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act

Industrialization was an era marked by the increase in the number of industries in many countries. The use of coal and oil for energy production, to run the machines, contributed to the growth in production. The Economic development came with the adverse side effect, with controversies arising over economic growth and an increase in pollution. […]

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