#Recent Posts

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#Tech Hole

Bridging the Digital Divide: Tech Equality

There is a wide gap between digitally rich and developing countries. How can we prevent devastation to these countries as technology advances?

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Global Food Remix: Why Food Changes Abroad

That local takeout restaurant near you will taste worlds different than the cuisine in its home country. Food, like people, has to adapt to its environment.

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#Travel Fever

Travel Planning for the Laid-Back Adventurer

The heart of adventure is the journey itself. Many of us don't enjoy planning, but a tiny bit can save future headache!

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#Human Orbit

Adaptations Aren't Always as Bad as You Think

You get an adaptation, and you get an adaptation! Everyone's getting an adaptation! Some may be objectively bad, not all are as bad as you think.

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#Brain Zone

What Does it Mean to be Neurospicy?

In the mental health world we might have just found a new description for our spicy brain. Neurospicy might not tick everyone's boxes, but I dig it.

#Level Up

Challenge Your Beliefs and Change Your Life

Our brains aren't meant to remain stagnant. By challenging our beliefs, we can grow and find new ways to enjoy life.

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#Human Orbit

Are We Still Cancelling People?

Social cancellation was a proven and powerful tool for change. Is it still so today? How can we use the lessons of Cancel Culture to influence future movements?

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#Travel Fever

Christmas in Alberta: Community and BBQ

What should have been an icy, subzero Christmas in Canada turned into a warm community filled adventure with great food.

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#Level Up

Goal Setting for Those Who Hate Setting Goals

Goal setting sounds pretty boring. For those that prefer going with the flow, there are still ways to chase our dreams without a ridgid structure.

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#Tech Hole

AI: Not Taking Jobs, Erasing Them

The AI uprising isn't here, yet, and robots aren't taking your job. That doesn't mean that breakthroughs in AI aren't impacting jobs today.

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#Brain Zone

The Masks We Wear: Fitting Into Society

Fitting into society often involves wearing masks. This can be especially draining for Neurodivergent individuals. Can we change it?

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Becoming a Coffee Snob

From bitter sludge-water to caffeinated bliss. I've rediscovered coffee in a new era, and I'm never going back.

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#Human Orbit

Wealth Isn't a One Size Fits All Concept

What is necessary to live, or to thrive in life? Comparing these ideas across culture may not be so easy. What is wealthy in one country may not be in another.

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#Level Up

Stoicism for a Modern World: Stress Less, Win More

Understanding where we have impact in life is important. What is worth our time, and what isn't worth the energy?

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#Travel Fever

Exploring Sanchez Peak: First Hike in the Philippines

At the highest point overlooking General Santos City, Sanchez Peak makes for a fun adventure and an easy intro hike in the Philippines.

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