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5 YouTubers Parents Should Check Out

Nowadays, many parents have a YouTube channel. If you’ve ever searched for parenting advice or inspiration on YouTube, you know there are more mommy bloggers than one can count. Some want to let you know which products they loved for their baby, while others want to talk about the hard parts of parenting.

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Use Google Now Or Google News To Tailor Your News

One of the most unreliable sources today is the news. The news is all over and can be found almost anywhere. It’s broadcast on the television, radio, and updated with live results throughout social media. However, the trick to getting reliable and relevant news is now easier than ever through a few Google apps.

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5 Women Making the World Better for Women

Sometimes the world can seem bleak for women. Women around the world experience abuse, poverty, lack of medical care, and a constant assault on their human rights. Thankfully, women who have a platform are working to make the world better for other women who don’t. These special businesses listed help women flourish.

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Self-Driving Cars or Remote Control?

For the longest time, self-driving cars have always been a thought of the future, that is until now. Numerous tech giants and vehicle production companies have been working on nailing the correct formula to allow their technology to be the first to market their autonomous services. Now those same autonomous services are rolling out to society.

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How Your Smartphone Is Making You Dumber 

Smartphones are designed to make our lives easier. In today's hectic world, people appreciate having everything in one place. Smartphones function as our laptops, cameras, and GPS in addition to our phones. Despite their usefulness, research shows that there are many mental drawbacks to smartphones. Using a smartphone may be the mental equivalent of being too sedentary.

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Why Businesses Need to Be More Personal On Social Media While Remaining Professional

Businesses have reached a plateau on social media. It seems that every business is identical in the way that they approach their social media accounts. This sort of replication is monotonous, and if people aren't already sick of it, then they will be soon enough. It is this type of robotic and impersonal nature that people quickly become accustomed to hating.

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Why Social Media Ordering Should Exist

Mobile ordering is only semi-convenient and applications such as Apple or Google Pay are as well. However,  something that would put all of these to shame would be the ability to order through social media. Social media is one of the most innovative pieces of technology today. The majority of the population has some type of social media account, if not multiple types.

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Why You Should Unfriend Those Who Don't Bring Value to Your Life Today

Should you click that unfriend button? Throughout the years, our friend lists grow with people we meet. We get to see moments from these people’s lives even after you lose touch with them. This can be a nice thing that allows us to see the great things happening to people that were once important to us. It can also be a negative thing.

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Why Instagram Is Making People Miserable

The Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) recently did a study where Instagram ranked as the most negative social media platform for mental health. The study included the five most popular platforms: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram. The internet and social media is something young people today have grown up with, so it's a big part of their sense of self.

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The Unspoken Rules of Social Media

Social media is fairly new, yet it has become an entire culture in the years of its existence. There are “common courtesy” acts that only relate to the social media culture, as well as a list of what not to do. No one had to explain or lay out the rules. We simply developed an unspoken what to do versus what not to do list over the years.

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