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things you don’t point out about people:
- body hair in places you’re not used to it being???
- fat rolls/curves
- how much/how little they’re eating
- how skinny they are/what bones they can see because of how skinny they are
- How fat they are.
- If they have crooked or misaligned teeth maybe even yellowed
- If they sweat a lot
don’t do it
Just be nice.
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I have some rather exciting news to share from MH HQ (that’s headquarters)! In September, I’ll be taking a trip to Seoul, South Korea to cover the HWPL International Peace Summit. I am so excited and honored to have been selected to attend the Summit! How did I get this opportunity? It started because I wanted to support an important cause- the return of the Chibok girls in Nigeria.
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Most know guitarist and producer Nile Rodgers for the smash hits he has written, such as “Upside Down” and “I’m Coming Out” for Diana Ross, or for the iconic pieces he has recently collaborated on with Daft Punk and Avicii. In the 80s, Rodgers also produced Madonna’s extremely successful album, Like a Virgin, which included two of her signature hits, “Material Girl” and “Like a Virgin.”
Throughout his musical career, Nile Rodgers has garnered acclaim for his guitar playing and his writing abilities, but he has been most successful in his collaborations and writings. Nonetheless, Nile Rodgers is an iconic figure who has contributed invaluably to the hip hop and rock music scene throughout the later decades of the twentieth century up to this very day. While Rodgers is renowned for his musical proclivity, Nile Rodgers has also played an incredible role in the activism of the twentieth century, along with the philanthropy of the twenty first century.
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Picking what you love is easy. It could be baking, gardening, playing video games, knitting, any of your favorite hobbies. Picking your major? Not so much. It seems simple: just pick what you love to do! But for many young adults, choosing this one topic that will mold their college life, their career, and further can be extremely daunting. But guess what? You don’t have to do it right now.
I was one of those outliers. Starting at 6th grade, I began researching colleges, dreaming of leaving my suburban town and reach for new heights. I had my dream major locked and loaded by 7th grade. But, on the other hand, most of my friends didn’t even think about college until high school. By my junior year, a good chunk of my friends still didn’t know what they wanted to study.
But I’ll let you in on a little secret: in the end, all of us are going to be alright.