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  • Beauty, Life, Living, Millennials, Wellness

    Should Exercise & Fitness Matter to Christians When Vanity is Involved?

    Everywhere you go, there it is; the figure of a woman in a bikini bottom, that buxom brunette smiling on the cover, selling lipstick, posing as if to say life is not great unless you look like me. You walk out and there it is, plastered on billboards and on the TVs of a store you walk by, men and women that look like the ideal, with etched bodies, perfectly white teeth, and sun-kissed skin.

  • Faith, Inspirational, Life

    Staying Faithful with God

    One of the most significant elements of being a Christian is staying faithful to God. We all have different trials and tribulations that come our way. Once they enter our lives, it is hard to trust God. We ask why it happened, and what’s the purpose of it.

  • Career & Money, Millennials

    How to Start Preparing for Retirement in Your 20’s

    Saving for retirement in your twenties can seem like too far-fetched of an idea. After all, this is the time to throw caution to the wind, let your hair down, and have fun. Investing and micro-planning are things of the future; you think when you actually have leftover money to consolidate. However, as many studies have proven, taking specific steps in your younger days can have lasting impacts on your future wealth.

  • Faith, Life

    Why You Should Allow Yourself to Have Bad Days

    Most people can agree that life isn’t perfect. We are going to go through a lot of tears, hardships, and trials. However, along with those, we have a lot of laughter and smiles. Meaning, there are going to be bad days. Life is like a rollercoaster; it will have ups and downs.

  • Career & Money, Millennials

    Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck with These Tips

    Let’s be honest; everyone wants to make enough money to not think about money ever again. Living paycheck to paycheck is stressful, tedious, and nerve-wracking; you never know if you are going to “make it” by the time the month ends and just the pressure of relying on your wages to live is enough to make milk curdle. However, it does not have to be that way – you can follow these tips on money spending to turn a new leaf, just in time for the new year.

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    Living

    Simple Living Ideas for The New Year

    Let this year be one that’s important to you. Here at Deliberate Magazine, we care about your wellness and welcome new ideas for a more improved lifestyle. A great place to start is with simple living, where you can declutter your life and focus on the people that matter.

  • Inspirational, Life

    Why This Year You Should Stop Comparing Yourself

    We are definitely in a society where we like to compare ourselves to others. Making sure that we are either above someone on the social ladder or making sure we are better at a higher standard than someone else. You see someone, and we want to be exactly like them because of their success. This is the year why you should stop comparing yourself to others. 

  • Culture, News

    Sexual Assault is Not a Trend

    No, it’s not the new trend, it’s not the new “hype”, it’s sexual assault. Sexual Assault is on the rise. There are tons of sexual assault allegations that are going around that internet. Allegations that surround Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Melanie Martinez.

  • Education, Healthy

    De-Stressing During Finals Week

    It is that time of the year for high school and college students to crack open those books harder than ever before. Finals and midterm week is upon us, and it’s safe to say some of us will be up all night and day studying. Since this time of year can be pretty stressful, it’s still important to de-stress.

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