Characteristics of responsibility are drilled into students beginning day one, throughout post-secondary, and onward. The following tasks beaten overhead are a good starting point and general guideline, not a golden rule: “Work hard, do your best, meet deadlines, show up on time (which means ten minutes early), don’t slip out early, etc.” This ethic is said to lead to reward. Reward being higher grades, to get into reputable post-secondary institutions, to get better jobs, to make parents proud, to then move out, start a family, and be successful. Repeat for generations.
Popular societal long term goals with a strict timeline are a vague guide open for interpretation or rejection. Success can be defined differently by individuals at separate times in various contexts. Ask yourself — What does success mean to me? If I was successful, what would that look like? …
Let’s face it — as much as I hate to generalize genders, there are a lot of relationships with a male partner who takes literally less than five minutes to get ready, and a female partner who takes longer than that to complete just part of the process. Can you tell I am typing from experience?
This list will help your boyfriend to pass the time in ways that benefit himself, your relationship, your living situation, and your mood and experience during the upcoming activity. Here are thirty-three things your partner can do while waiting for you to get ready:
There are loads of emojis available at our fingertips already. The amount is only going to increase with the demand of inclusivity and diversity of race, sexual orientation, age, and culture. I recommend, and I predict: Apple will release an update to allow streamlined personalization of each emoticon and customizable categorization for each user.
Emojis are frequently used as punctuation in private chat, and in captions on Instagram or Twitter. …