Christmas Traditions Around the World

A Closer Look at Christmas Traditions Around The World

Christmas is often seen as a product of Europe and ONLY Europe. To be fair, that is because most of the traditions that we now hold so dearly in the US, Europe, and other Western countries DO come from around the UK area. However, like many other Western ideas, some other cultures have taken Western Christmas traditions and made them better!
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Telecommuting and How It Changes the World

Traffic reduce national income by billions each year. That is regardless of the denomination which means that it’s a global problem. As a result, the working class is pushed to work extra hours or wake up hours earlier in order to meet quota or to make it to their appointments on time.
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Permaculture: A Global Movement Towards Food Security

Permaculture, a system of sustainable agriculture popularized in the 1980’s, is rapidly becoming a vital part of the solution to food security. In their 2016 report, the FAO recently explained that without significant changes to the way we produce our food, millions more people will be at risk of hunger.
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Our Waste is Really Wasting Us

Human waste when not treated properly is actually wasting us. It brings us on the verge of a disaster and a sanitation crisis in the making. The price of improper sanitation is not only paid by ourselves, but also by our future generations. We fail to acknowledge that sanitation really matters.
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Weep in Confidence: 5 Reasons Why Crying is Good for You

I’m sure it has happened to you at some point – something triggers your emotions and the lump in your throat begins to grow. Your bottom lip begins to quiver as you fight to hold yourself together, but it just isn’t enough to weather the storm that is approaching.
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