Month: September 2023

Merriam-Webster announced Wednesday that it has added 690 new words, phrases and acronyms to its dictionary. Many of the additions are humourous slang words and phrases that originated from internet and video-gaming culture. Merriam-Webster writes that their picks “offer a window into the world today.” “We’re very excited by this new batch of words,” Peter
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Sometimes making a living is hard and can be extremely tiring. Throughout the pandemic, everyone has gotten a little taste of exhaustion, whether emotional or physical. One Filipino woman saw firsthand the toll being overworked takes on someone, and she decided to do something about it.  Getting a Lift Cristina Tan, a young professional, was
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On this episode, we chat about how “SMART” goals might not be all they’re cracked up to me—and a few ways to set smarter goals. Topics covered include: Characteristics of “SMART” goals; The research on how effective SMART goals really are; Performance vs. process vs. learning goals; The different time frames we set intentions over;
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When Patrisha Organo boarded the Philippines Airlines flight, she had a strong feeling it would be one she remembered. Organo, a flight attendant, had the opportunity to qualify as a Cabin Crew Evaluator and get a promotion that morning. Though the flight did turn out to be a special one, it was not because of
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*Featured image contains photo by Luca Luperto Estella Rhineheart’s Monday morning was as routine as it gets. “Went to the bank, went to the gas station on New Road, drove down toward the apartments,” she recalled to WKBN. However, it turned out to be anything but routine when, while driving down New Road, Rhineheart was
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