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Easiest (and Hardest) Languages to Learn

The following infographic depicts the easiest and hardest languages to learn (for a native English speaker).  Personally, I think English is the hardest language to learn out of all the languages I've learned but this infographic doesn't feature English as one of the languages.  It is interesting to note that some of the hardest languages [...]

Colorblind Man Sees Sunset for the First Time

Colorblind Man Sees Sunset for the First Time

Advances in medial technology has done wonders for people who were previously held back by disabilities they were either born with or acquired.  Case in point, take a look at this video below.  This guy has been colorblind his whole life.  But due to new medical technology, he is able to see color for the [...]

Daniel-San is the Real Bad Guy in The Karate Kid

Daniel-San is the Real Bad Guy in The Karate Kid

This isn't the usual content that is published on this site.  But I couldn't resist.  While I usually snark at people who try to find hidden meaning in movies that are not there, I am pretty impressed with this analysis of The Karate Kid.  In this analysis, the video claims that Daniel-san is the real antagonist [...]

Guy with Stutter Blows Away Audience with Hilarious Stand Up Routine

Guy with Stutter Blows Away Audience with Hilarious Stand Up Routine

This guy is the epitome of turning a negative into a positive.  He developed a stutter after developing a brain injury after a sports injury.  But that didn't stop him from pursuing his dreams.  Being a comedian is hard enough, but having a stutter as a comedian?  For most, that's game over for most comedians. [...]


The Difference Between Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence

Although self-esteem and self-confidence are sometimes used interchangeably or synonymous, they do not mean the same thing.  Someone that has low self-esteem can have low self-confidence and vice versa, but not always. The difference between self-esteem and self-confidence is that self-esteem is talking about the degree in which you value yourself.  Self-confidence is the degree [...]


3 Secrets to Happiness by James Altucher

James Altucher posted this wonderful image on Facebook today that I thought I just had to share.  It's called "the 3 secrets to happiness" and the image poignantly points out the 3 essential needs in life to be happy.  He is talking about lifelong happiness, not the momentary euphoria one feels when something good happens. [...]


10 Common Health and Fitness Myths Debunked

In the health and fitness industry, myths are plenty.  You will hear them from your friends, your personal trainers, and even your doctors.  Some myths are just flat out lies.  Other myths are things that were once true but have been disproven through science.  So with that said, here are then health and fitness myths [...]

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Study Finds Omega 3 Fatty Acids Increases Attention Span in Boys

New research has come out stating that omega 3 fatty acids (the kind found in fish) increase focus and attention, especially (but not exclusively) in children with ADHD. In the study conducted in the Netherlands, children were given 650mg of DHA and 650 mg of EPA supplements with margarine. DHA and EPA are two different [...]

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