Lifestyle and livelihood

In the last few decades, several man-made unsustainable activities and interventions have accelerated the problems related to shelter, environment, food, health, society, culture and working pattern. These problem-areas are also associated, linked and guided mainly with lifestyles and livelihoods. Appropriate lifestyles and livelihoods can help us to move towards a more healthy, livable and sustainable … Read more

Survival of the fittest seminar

Charles Darwin gave his theory of evolution by the way or Natural Selection in 1858 as an explanation for adaptation and variation in species and organisms. Natural selection is the differentiation of organisms due to the differences in phenotype. Natural selection acts on the phenotype of an organism. The phenotype is the observable characteristics of … Read more

It’s Tough Being a Man: Film Critical Review and Interpretation

“The family melodrama….more often records the failure of the protagonist to act in a way that could shape the events and influence the emotional environment, let alone change the stifling milieu….Melodrama confers on them a negative identity through suffering, and the progressive self-immolation and disillusionment generally ends in resignation; they emerge as lesser human beings … Read more

International Human Rights Law

“ According to Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the … Read more

What is a study habit?

According from Zach Millis from quora.com that Study habits are regular practices a person performs to maximize their productivity, efficiency, and retention in preparation for a particular evaluation. Study skills, academic skills, or study strategies are approaches applied to learning. They are generally critical to success in school,[1] considered essential for acquiring good grades, and … Read more

The minute of silence

The minute of silence is traditionally a worldwide period of silence to represent and show respect for a tragedy. People stop work to observe a moment of silence at 11am on November 11, which is the time and date when hostilities formally ended after more than four years of battle during World War I. Today … Read more

Jay Cutler And Bodybuilding

The fitness and muscular development of Jay have been published in the fitness magazines. Jason Isaac (Jay Cutler) started the construction work at the age of 11 years old and the started the training in the gym at age of 18 years and won the numerous competition as a beginner. Jay left the sport and … Read more

A Review of Tattoos on the Heart, a Novel by Gregory Boyle

Why do readers find the narratives of gang intervention in Gregory Boyle’s 2010 novel, “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion,” credible? I decided to focus on this book since it has been a popular read amongst students, especially those here at Cal State Los Angeles. I also wanted to understand what makes … Read more

How to Stick to a Healthy Diet?

Eating healthy can help you lose weight and have more energy. It can also improve your mood and reduce your risk of disease. Yet despite all these benefits, maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle can be difficult. Here are the ways to stick to a healthy diet. Start with Realistic Expectations Eating a nutritious diet … Read more

How to throw a successful lingerie party

Before throwing a party at all, there are steps to consider and their different reasons while you may want to throw a party. But when it comes to throwing a lingerie party you must follow some procedures and other things. When you desire to throw or put up a lingerie party? Lingerie parties are becoming … Read more

Tragedy of Freedom in a Commons

There is a dilemma in increasing the military power because it risks security. Consequently, the problem on overpopulation cannot be solving using technical solutions for the reason that seeking technological solutions not really solve the fundamental problem. What shall we maximize? Since our world is finite, therefore it can only support finite population. So, Bentham’s … Read more

The Hawaiian way of life

Hawaiian culture is filled with many different traditions that emphasize its values, however one would be hard-pressed to find a tradition as representative of Hawaiian culture as the luau celebration. Generally, the luau serves as a Hawaiian icon, but when further analyzed, each aspect of the celebration embodies various values of the state’s native culture. … Read more

Ad Analysis: Maybelline’s 1980s Moisture Whip Lipstick

The poster advertisement I chose was the Maybelline’s 1980s Moisture Whip Lipstick advertisement. The company (Maybelline) provides both of poster advertisement and video commercial which is modelled by an American actress, singer, songwriter, model, and beauty pageant titleholder, who was crowned Miss World America 1972 –Lynda Carter aka Wonder Woman. On the other hand, this … Read more

Examples Of Theatre Superstitions

When certain events seem to transpire without any apparent logical explanation, it is often chalked up to superstition. In theatre, there seems to be unwritten known rules concerning actions or saying specific phrases that are deemed to be dangerous or that will bring bad luck to a theatre house, and thus those actions or phrases … Read more

JD Sports and ITunes comparative analysis

Product JD Sports products JD sports [1] offers a wide variety of clothing and sport equipment for any and all situation. It sells all sport wear, balls for each and every sport E.G. football, basketball, tennis balls as well as selling the equipment such as tennis rackets and more. They also supply trainers and other … Read more

Understanding the Psychology of Superstition

Superstition involves the belief in some supernatural process, such as opening an umbrella in the house causing bad luck or quotes like “knock on wood”, which refers to not jinxing yourself or others and even “stitions”, which are non-supernatural beliefs that involve health practices like wearing copper bracelets for arthritis. Being superstitious is something we … Read more

How to be happy in your life?

How do you feel about your life today? Are you living every day in excitement? Do you love what your doing? Are you living your best life? Chances are probably not. If you answered no to any of those questions or even maybe, then you’re not living your life to the fullest. Why settle for … Read more

Survival of the fittest seminar

Charles Darwin gave his theory of evolution by the way or Natural Selection in 1858 as an explanation for adaptation and variation in species and organisms. Natural selection is the differentiation of organisms due to the differences in phenotype. Natural selection acts on the phenotype of an organism. The phenotype is the observable characteristics of … Read more

Lifestyle and livelihood

In the last few decades, several man-made unsustainable activities and interventions have accelerated the problems related to shelter, environment, food, health, society, culture and working pattern. These problem-areas are also associated, linked and guided mainly with lifestyles and livelihoods. Appropriate lifestyles and livelihoods can help us to move towards a more healthy, livable and sustainable … Read more

 “Feasibility Of Saluyot Corchorus Olitorius Leaves Extract As Antibacterial Dishwashing Liquid”

People living in developing countries depends primarily on traditional plants as a source for treating diseases by killing microorganisms such as E. coli and Salmonella that causes diseases and illness in the body. One of such common plant available in developing countries like Philippines is Corchorus olitorius also known as Jute or Saluyot. C. olitorius … Read more

Why people believe in superstitions

A recent study showed that superstitious beliefs may also increase a person’s belief in his or her own abilities and talents. Participants who were given good luck charms set higher goals for what they wanted to achieve on the tasks, and said they felt more confident in their abilities. (http://channel.nationalgeographic.com). The term superstition is thought … Read more

PRINTING OF FUNNY MORALE PATCHES

If you’re trying to find awing morale patches, we’ve the proper resolution. If you have got your own style you’ll be able to get some custom written patches done at the low introductory costs and that we can produce a written patch mistreatment your own style. we have a tendency to are beginning a brand … Read more

Owen Grady Jurassic World 2 Vest

Our lives are incomplete without a proper wardrobe. It is very important to have a well-managed wardrobe in your dressing room with latest style outfits. When your wardrobe has dresses and accessories according to the latest fashion trends, it will give you sense of completion and satisfaction. As this is the era of modernization and … Read more

A Reflection on the Welfare Provisions

Welfare is the provision of necessary supports- be it monetary, social, or otherwise, for people who lack the current means to support their basic needs. The main goal of welfare is to aid those who do not have the ability to meet these needs with the income that they are currently earning. This welfare is … Read more

Joyce Carol Oates’ Picture of Anticipation Using Intricate Details and Foretelling As Depicted In Her Book, Three Girls

Joyce Carol Oates’ romantic short story “Three Girls” describes how societal rules are meant to be broken. By using foreshadowing and selection of detail, Oates is able to create suspense throughout the story. Oates uses foreshadowing to give the readers a sense of suspense. The story is based around the narrator and “you,” who the … Read more

An Introduction to the Reasons for Vegetarianism

Vegetarianism is the limitation of one’s diet to only plants, vegetables, grains, and fruits, without eating any food derived from an animal. There are different extremes of vegetarianism, where you can eat dairy, but not eggs, only milk, etc.- And the reasons why people convert to this diet differ. Health, religion, compassion for the animals, … Read more

The Animal Testing and the Makeup Brands

Abolishing animal testing on cosmetics is plausible. In the earlier three years, researchers have created several propelled contrasting possibilities to animal testing techniques which use of anthropological blood and simulated skin or computer replicas to test the health of animals. Also, various multinational groups have grasped elective test strategies, diminishing and how taking out their … Read more

Statistical Item Analysis Of The Life Orientation Test-Revised Using The Rasch Rating Scale Model

Optimism is the attitude that good things will happen and that people’s wishes or aims will ultimately be fulfilled. Optimists are people who anticipate positive outcomes, whether serendipitously or through perseverance and effort, and who are confident of attaining desired goals. Most individuals lie somewhere on the spectrum between the two polar opposites of pure … Read more