Living a truly sustainable life is not always easy. But there are a number of simple, small steps that we can all take to live in a more ethical and eco-friendly way. Change begins at home. Here are ten urgent changes you can make for a more sustainable life.
The oceans are so vast and deep that many of us take them for granted. We should protect our oceans. But somehow, our trash and the toxic chemicals we use find their way into these unique ecosystems. Would you like to do your bit to save the oceans and protect marine life? Keep reading to learn 10 simple things you can do today to protect our oceans!
Our planet is currently our only home, so it’s important we do our best as a society to keep it strong and healthy. There are many ways to offer your help and support, and it all starts with making the decision to become an environmental activist.
Interviews in the digital age mean you’ll more than likely have a first interview from the safety and comfort of your own home. But while you think that might be easier, many have taken it too lightly and missed out on a chance for a second interview. Here you can learn some helpful tips on how to ace your next zoom interview.
While your words purportedly answer interviewer questions, your body language is giving your true answer. How you say something often has as much power, context, and information as what you’re saying. How you control your non-verbal communication - the control of your body language - is simply an extension of that.
The life of a student is packed full of exciting experiences, new friends, and memories to last a lifetime. It’s also the perfect time to explore part-time jobs and to try out working in different sectors to both make money, meet people, and see if certain industries take your fancy!
What is the secret to business success? Is it something detached from the personal, an amalgamation of skills, money, innovative thinking, and people in a corporate, trademarked space? Making your business idea a reality is a lesson in patience, networking, and luck.
Studying can take up most of your time in college, but it’s important to diversify yourself. You need plenty of time to study but also time to socialize, relax, and earn extra cash. Whether you paid your way to college yourself or you’re on student loans, extra money in your pocket is always welcomed when you’re in college. If you’re thinking of starting a side hustle to bring in some cash, here’s how to get started.
University can be challenging. There is constant pressure to attend lectures, study for tests, and provide yourself to others. Healthy eating and exercise often take the backseat because we simply don’t have the time or energy to pursue either. But what if there was a way to eat healthy, on a budget, even with a hectic schedule?