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A Mother’s Story of Trichotillomania, Depression, and Finding Help
7 months ago

A Mother’s Story of Trichotillomania, Depression, and Finding Help

This story begins with a past, a past that is still too painful to share. But this story’s outcome has a bright new beginning filled with love, courage, strength and …
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The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Change
7 months ago

The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Change

One of the most important and urgent topics currently talked about is a climate change. However, most people are still unaware of which human action is the most detrimental to …
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Messages From The Playground: How To Prevent Bullying
7 months ago

Messages From The Playground: How To Prevent Bullying

“Uncle Chris, is she your girlfriend?” Suddenly I felt like I did before I was out of the closet. How is it that I, who have been out of the …
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Change—A Two-Fold Approach to Accepting It and Embracing It
7 months ago

Change—A Two-Fold Approach to Accepting It and Embracing It

Change has affected the way I live, for better and for worse. We live in a Yelp-review-based-world where planning is part of the norm, making it easy for us to …
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7 Ways to Create and Enjoy a Conscious Summer
8 months ago

7 Ways to Create and Enjoy a Conscious Summer

Ahhh summer. For many of us, this means longer days, trips to the beach, and loads of sunshine. Even though I live in Southern California, where one might argue summer …
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How to Stop Battling With Social Media Comparison
8 months ago

How to Stop Battling With Social Media Comparison

We have all been there. Jealous of her sponsored post or coveting their seemingly perfect wedding day. Envious of his start-up’s success or that trip to Europe someone got to …
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How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling
8 months ago

How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling

The line curled around the room and zigzagged several rounds outside. With curiosity getting the best of me, I wasn’t about to miss out on a chance to test out …
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The World’s Poorest Communities Dispel a Big Myth About the Environment
9 months ago

The World’s Poorest Communities Dispel a Big Myth About the Environment

In most ongoing conversations about the planet’s environmental issues, you’ll frequently hear the names of major actors: The United States Government, the Vatican, the oil industry, and the United Nations. …
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Being Stuck Isn’t Your Fate—3 Ways To Overcoming It
9 months ago

Being Stuck Isn’t Your Fate—3 Ways To Overcoming It

Why am I stuck? Many ask themselves this same common question day in and day out. Whether it is a job, you don’t like, or a relationship that has become …
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3 Important Tips for Building a Strong Donor Connection
9 months ago

3 Important Tips for Building a Strong Donor Connection

Knowing your donors and how to engage with them is the key to planning a successful fundraising event. Whether it’s a traditionally seated gala or a casino night for your …
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How the GoodKarms Community App is Spreading Good Vibes on the Daily
9 months ago

How the GoodKarms Community App is Spreading Good Vibes on the Daily

When was the last time you went online and had a meaningful interaction with someone? Was that someone a stranger?

Probably not. The truth is, outside of work or school, …
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Zero Waste Kitchen: 5 Easy Ways to Decrease Your Food Waste
10 months ago

Zero Waste Kitchen: 5 Easy Ways to Decrease Your Food Waste

Zero Waste is gaining momentum. If you aren’t familiar, this movement encourages conscious consumption and waste reduction.

Modern civilization produces a lot of waste. It’s a global concern. As a …
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Stories Change Lives. Discover 5 Stories From Around the Globe That Will Make you Want to Do More
10 months ago

Stories Change Lives. Discover 5 Stories From Around the Globe That Will Make you Want to Do More

I have always loved stories. I believe that stories have the power to take us to another world, change our perspectives, and inspire action. This philosophy has become central to …
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6 Ways to Apply Design Thinking to a World in Need
10 months ago

6 Ways to Apply Design Thinking to a World in Need

Anchal believes that design can change lives. We embrace design thinking to create innovative and strategic solutions that address the exploitation of women through employment opportunities, products, and markets that …
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The 4 Areas of Progress 4 Years after the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse
10 months ago

The 4 Areas of Progress 4 Years after the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse

It has been four years since the Rana Plaza Factory collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing 1,134 people and injuring over 2,500 in one day. The world watched in horror as …
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One of the Best Reasons to Unplug
11 months ago

One of the Best Reasons to Unplug

By  •  Life, Culture

Twenty years ago, my parents were in college just getting their first email addresses. Today, my elementary school brother has not one, but two email addresses to meet whatever …
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7 Simple Steps to Start a Life of Volunteerism
11 months ago

7 Simple Steps to Start a Life of Volunteerism

You know you want to volunteer. You have for some time. The last time you volunteered, you cleaned the beach with your coworkers, but it just didn’t light a fire …
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Go After Your Dream Boldly
11 months ago

Go After Your Dream Boldly

I bet when you considered starting your dream that your heart skipped a beat or you took a giant gulp in anticipation of everything that goes along with commencing …
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Central American Youth Leading the Way in Sustainability
11 months ago

Central American Youth Leading the Way in Sustainability

Crime, gang violence, and narco-trafficking are well-known as being among the primary forces motivating Central American youth to risk everything to travel to the southern border of the United States. …
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Leadership Lessons From Kenya
11 months ago

Leadership Lessons From Kenya

A few weeks ago I was asked to speak to a group of first-year students at Georgia Tech about leadership. I wanted the talk to resonate with them, but as …
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Conscious Consumerism Leads to Water Conservation
11 months ago

Conscious Consumerism Leads to Water Conservation

In honor of World Water Day, recognized annually on March 22, and its 2017 theme of “Wastewater,” it is fitting to talk about one of the largest polluters of water …
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Stories of Women, Hair Loss and Changing Lives with 3D Printing Technology
11 months ago

Stories of Women, Hair Loss and Changing Lives with 3D Printing Technology

For many individuals, it’s hard to imagine not having hair. Having a good head of hair is something many take for granted. I’ve been working in the hair loss …
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How One Nonprofit Is Aiding thousands Of Children Around The World
11 months ago

How One Nonprofit Is Aiding thousands Of Children Around The World

The goal of Assisting Children in Need (ACN) is simple: Help children make sense of a world often difficult to understand. Vice President Melissa Klein told me about ACN’s latest …
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An App That Connects You With Inspiring People
12 months ago

An App That Connects You With Inspiring People

The world is full of inspiring people, but there are two main obstacles to adding these people to your network: (1) How or where do you find them? (2) After …
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8 Socially Conscious Accelerators For Your Startup
12 months ago

8 Socially Conscious Accelerators For Your Startup

Your idea is solid. You may already have a website, product or service, customers or even revenue. You’re still in the startup phase, and you’re ready for the next step.


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