Category: Sports

Category: Sports

The Danger of Creative Destruction
February 28, 2020 Art, Business, City, Entertainment, Family & Community, Gaming, Hobbies & Leisure, Life, Other, Sports, Technology Priya Saha

I’m currently reading Why Nations Fail by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson. The book is about how nations throughout history reached prosperity or poverty. In essence, nations reach prosperity through innovations that bring them to new economic heights. The Industrial Revolution in the eighteenth century is a prime example. Such innovations have a “negative” effect, though:

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How to Get Out of an Abusive Relationship and Start Afresh
February 13, 2020 Beauty, Business, Environment, Family & Community, History, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Sports Priya Saha

When you meet someone to whom you are romantically attracted, most people don’t ever think for a minute that the relationship will turn abusive. Most of us hope to live a fairy tale love story and ride off into the sunset deeply in love. Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen for a lot of people. Many find

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Healthy Pressure Cooker Meals (with Easy Recipes)
February 6, 2020 Food, Health, Medical, Other, Sports, Travel Priya Saha

Do you want to be able to make healthy meals on a weeknight, but feel like it just takes too long? This is where pressure cooker meals come to the rescue! With an electric pressure cooker, like an Instant Pot, you can make meals a lot faster than on the stove or in the oven.

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How to Learn Yoga (The Beginner’s Guide)
February 6, 2020 Health, Life, Medical, Other, Sports Priya Saha

If you think yoga can be learned on the mat, you’re wrong! To learn yoga is to learn yourself, your life and the world around you, which happens mostly off the mat. Since 2000, I study, practice, teach and live yoga – I grow with it from year to year – hence life becomes more

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Is Authoritarian Parenting Good or Bad for Your Child?
February 5, 2020 Books, Education, Environment, Family & Community, Health, Life, Other, Relationship, Religious, Sports Priya Saha

Kate sits down to the dinner table and is eager to be a good girl and eat her dinner like her Mom and Dad want her to do. She is a sweet girl who wants the approval of her parents very much. It is not always easy though. During dinner, she stands up and starts

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Ways to Stay Positive During the Dark and Cold Winter
January 30, 2020 City, Environment, Health, History, Life, Nature, Other, Social Media, Spiritual, Sports, Travel Priya Saha

“In the depths of winter I finally learned there was in me an invincible summer.”Albert Camus “If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.”Anne Bradstreet  Up here in Sweden the winter is dark, cold and often comes

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Nine Ways to Help Siblings Get Along Better
January 30, 2020 City, International, Life, Spiritual, Sports, Technology Priya Saha

Science has shown that forgiveness—intentionally letting go of angry feelings toward someone who has harmed you—is good for the health and well-being of the forgiver. If you’re raising siblings, you can probably guess at another benefit: harmony at home. Forgiveness is critical for healing conflicts between siblings and nurturing a lifelong, trusting bond, says leading forgiveness researcher Dr.

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Ten Films that Highlight the Best in Humanity
January 30, 2020 City, International, Life, Spiritual, Sports Priya Saha

Forget the Oscars. With the Greater Goodies, we’re honoring movies from the past year that exemplify forgiveness, resilience, empathy, and other keys to our well-being. The Academy Awards are coming up—and so we thought we’d give out our own version of the Oscars, the Greater Goodies. Whereas the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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How Your Arguments Might Change After You Get Married
January 30, 2020 City, International, Life, Other, Spiritual, Sports Priya Saha

In a romantic partnership, disagreements and mistakes are inevitable—but forgiveness is not. So, how does deepening commitment change the arguments we have? What conditions in a relationship make forgiveness more likely? Why do some relationships weather powerful storms, and emerge stronger and more resilient when the tempest has passed—while others don’t?  Those are some of the question

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What Game of Thrones Can Teach Us About Human Goodness
January 30, 2020 City, International, Life, Other, Social Media, Spiritual, Sports Priya Saha

“The things I do for love,” says Jaime Lannister in the very first episode of Game of Thrones, which aired on HBO back in 2011. Of course, as he utters these pretty words, he’s pushing a child out of a tower window. That scene set the tone for the fantasy series, now in its eighth and

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