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People Watching: TV Review

The other day I was sitting at home and procrastinating from doing any work on this website when I got a text from my colleague and fellow writer here, Laurel Leaside. She told me that I had to watch a Web Tv Series called People Watching and that...

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Welcome to Me: Movie Review

‘Welcome to Me’ is movie from heaven as it depicts the main character as having Borderline Personality Disorder without making them a serial killer. Small wins! The main character Alice (Kristen Wiig) has a highly unstable and...

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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene: Book Review

I haven’t written a negative review yet, I’ve only chosen not to review those books. I like to promote positivity, but today that changes. Lately, I’ve been feeling that I’ve been losing my power. Other people’s feelings and emotions have been...

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To The Bone | Movie Review

To The Bone is based on the real-life experiences of the writer and director Marti Noxon. It stars Ellen (Lily Collins), a 20-year-old artist, who is only a few missed calories away from being on a feeding tube. She became infamous on Tumblr for...

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho | Book Review

After hearing Will Smith and Anthony Robbins rave about this book, I knew I had to check it out. I try to take advice from successful people, so I went to do some research on The Alchemist. I found out that “The Alchemist” is the most translated...

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck | Book Review

There are only so many fucks to give in your life (as we’ll all die) so spend them wisely. That’s the corner stone of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson and here’s my in depth review with a language warning. There...

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Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking | Book Review

Oh! Allen Carr’s Easy Way To Stop Smoking! This book has a special place in my heart, as I had a lot of emotional attachments to smoking. I was a pack-a-day ritualistic smoker and for many reasons. I would bond with my Grandparents, who I...

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Shutter Island | Movie Review

Editor’s note: Topics: Dissociative Disorder & BiPolar. Based in a mental institution in the 90’s. 10/10 for Leo’s acting. (Cant’s believed he had to wear a bear to get an Oscar after THIS and drowning in the Titanic....

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Girl, Interrupted | Movie Review

One of my favorite movies of all time is Girl, Interrupted. It’s based on a best-selling memoir by American author Susanna Kaysen who was checked into an upscale mental institution at 18 years old after attempting suicide by overdosing on pills....

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Siddhartha By Hermann Hesse | Book Review

Siddhartha was written in 1922 as an epic tale of spiritual enlightenment. It’s about a boy named Siddhartha (which means “he who achieves his aim”) in ancient India. The story follows him on his journey as he becomes many different...

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The Compound Effect By Darren Hardy | Book Review

The Compound Effect is a book that helps you make small daily changes to your routine that will have the power to create major changes in your life over time. Darren Hardy, publisher of Success Magazine, give you the tools to measure your habits...

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