I tend to spend a lot on myself when I’m stressed or not so happy. Shopping is like therapy for me. I am also guilty of spending too much on gifts and presents for my family. I have this habit of making sure they’re happy with the gifts I give them. It makes me feel happy when my loved ones are happy. I guess I just want to share to them what I have or something.
Starbucks has been making this for years now. I really don’t get the hype. I think matcha is way better. But I think it’s their marketing strategy that it’s available for only a limited time and pumpkin spice is a cool name. It does kind of remind me of the Spice Girls though lol! Anyway, in today’s world where you’re only cool of you’ve tried the latest trend and posted it on social media, of course this will be a big hit..but it doesn’t necessarily mean people love it. They just love the idea of going with the flow imo.
Social media is running and ruining kids lives. It’s a virtual world where they can be whatever or whoever they want to be which is not healthy. This is also the reason why depression and suicide statistics are so high these days. Millenials should go out and interact with people face to face. Social media is like this unreal world where you can hear what you want to hear not what you needed to hear.
One of the main things government should focus on is children’s health and welfare. This is unacceptable. They’re spending too much on infrastructures but not doing anything on something as basic as a safe water to drink. This is very basic but a necessity and I can’t believe their neglecting it this much.
This is really sad. The reason why small countries like Japan and Singapore are doing so well is because they never forget their roots and culture. That’s something millenials should be thought. They should be proud of their heritage and their language. It’s never a good idea to be eaten up by technology and social media. Who cares about how many number of likes and hearts your post will get!
Speed throttling is a pain in the you know where. These telecoms should offer a bundled package with these apps of possible as it will really require massive data to stream hd videos. I think it’s unfair for the paying costumers to have to experience this. All is fair in love and war but not when it comes telecoms and data consumption!
This is good news. Students need to go outside to play and exercise. It will make them appreciate the little things in life even more. In today’s world where kid’s lives evolve on social media and gadgets, this is something that should really be implemented. It will make kids feel
like real kids. It’s healthier as well and will relieve them of the stresses of studying.
The California dream is starting to go down the drain. It’s no longer as golden as it used to be because of too much risks of living there. The earthquakes alone are scary already and then there are these wildfires amidst pollution and climate change. It may have all the glitz and glamour but it also comes with too much health and life hazards not to mention gang violence. I’d rather live in a place where I can breathe fresh air and less violence even if there are lesser opportunities.
Well this is something you can expect from China. They’re really good at faking stuff. From food and gadgets to counterfeit luxury handbags and clothes. They’re lime the capital of all fake things in Asia, and probably the world.
This is just beyond another level of low for the country. They want world domination but they’re stupid stuff like this!
This is one odd innovation. I think this will work with big players in the crypto community or those multi-millionaires and running huge companies. This maybe the feature of data storage for the elite but not necessarily for normal and regular people. I also find it a bit complicated or even thought they said it’s quite simple so I’m really not sold on this one. Anyway, nothing is safe nowadays even crypto platforms which they say are the safest got hacked a few times.
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