these idioms and colloquial phrases sometimes sound completely ludicrous out of context, but many of them have very real and amazingly explainable origins.
Distinguishing the Difference: Religion vs Relationship
There have been multiple fantastic arguments for religion vs. relationship over the years. As I grow older and realize the hypocritical observances by outsiders and
What are you good at? Procrastinating…I am really good at procrastinating.
Cost of success
When you refer to someone ‘having it all,’ we refer to someone we believe is a success in every facet, looking upon them in envy
Object Attachment and the Things We Hold Dear
The National Institute of Health defines object attachment as “the experience a person has when they feel an emotional attachment to an inanimate object and
Close Encounters of the First World Kind
Religion and politics. To maintain civil conversations, steer clear of them. They are touchy subjects, especially in today’s current political climate. One day, in the
Five Things that Bring Me Happiness
Our happiness is contingent on the alignment of external things. At least some of the time, it is. Sometimes our day is controlled by the