Kerry Slavens explores all the things that are supposed to happen on 10-10-10, from the good (people coming together to help the planet) to the weirdest (the reactivation of Atlantean Crystals anyone?) 10-10-10 will be a special day — one way or the other.
U.S. officials declared today that BP’s once spewing well is ‘dead’ following the success of the last cementing procedure. But it’s important that we don’t let BP brainwash us — or greenwash their company yet again — with slick public relations and advertising.
A mom whose child will graduate this year offers up 12 hard-earned tips learned from sending a kid to school for 12 years. With back to school in the air, this article offers some food for thought from a “perfectly imperfect parent”.
Today, we remember the people whose lives were changed forever by the events of the day we refer to as 9/11. And those whose lives ended too soon. And we send a wish for peace and healing, of hearts, of minds, of our world. If you would like the share your memories of where you were on September 11, or your thoughts and feelings about what happened, or about the legacy and future as yet another anniversary comes round, we welcome your comments.
What is it about the Titanic that continues to haunt us so? Was it the size of the wreck? The numbers of lives lost? Or was it that we can’t bear to say goodbye to our dreams? The launch of the Titanic, surely, was a dream of epic proportions?
Some people can never be alone without anxiety and some people need lots of alone time to revitalize their souls. Kerry Slavens explores the difference between alone and lonely and shares a beautiful YouTube video she discovered called “How to Be Alone.”
Even if you’re not Canadian you’ll love this hilarious YouTube video, made by a couple of young talents, Julia Bentley and Andrew Gunadie, who live in the country that gave us Mounties, poutine and the zipper. Yes, we said THE ZIPPER …
This week, Life As A Human Likes features ways to alleviate the anxiety of modern living: a website with anxiety cures, an inspiring project in India that speaks to the heart, and a great website for book lovers because reading can help us get centered and de-stress.
In her clicky high heels, Miss Rosie Bittstaps across the floor at the Superior restaurant in Victoria, her round little bum wiggling in a 1940-esque turquoise dress with a slit up to here. She tosses her long, blonde mane, positively oozing sex appeal. My gosh, and it isn’t even martini hour yet. But that’s the real beauty of hanging out with this rising burlesque starlet — wherever she goes, whatever time it is, it’s happy hour…and I’m not talking about booze.
Have you ever had trouble make a choice? Would you ever let someone choose for you? Should you? Sheena Iyengar has studied how we make choices and and how we feel about the choices we make. In this TED video, she provides fascinating insight into how we make the choices that build our lives.