Inspiring Stories

You know the phrase “good enough for government work,” right? It’s that all-too American idiom used to declare a task’s completion as adequate, though hardly exceptional. Ironically, according to FCW, the phrase has taken on a meaning in direct opposition to its original use. Declaring something “good enough for government work” came into common usage
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If you’ve ever experienced a creative rut, been stuck with writer’s block, or simply believed you aren’t a creative person, Julia Cameron’s book, “The Artist’s Way,” will change the way you think about the creative process forever. This wildly popular book, which Cameron self-published in 1992 after battling her way out of alcoholism, has transformed
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Elderly people who receive a fixed amount of government benefits every month are often left with very little, if any, money left over once the next month rolls around. Living that way can be stressful, especially when you factor in inflation, rising housing prices, and other economic factors beyond our control. So, when a tradesman
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Let’s face it — we’ve all spent hours of our lives scrolling through TikTok and eating up the latest viral trends. While perhaps not the most productive way to spend our time, sometimes a little bit of mindless scrolling can re-energize us and sometimes we stumble upon stories that inspire us. Recently, a story featuring
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Every once in a while, a study comes along that upends years of traditional thinking. In our case, the thinking that may be shifted by recent findings is about the very thought process of the human mind itself. A new study titled “Consciousness and Cognition,” shared by Science Direct, is subtitled “Spontaneous mind-wandering tendencies linked
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It’s a sad reality that police often find themselves in conflict with their community’s most vulnerable segment — the homeless. After one officer was caught on camera abusing a homeless person, one angry resident said simply, “Something needs to change with the police.” For a shining example of what that change should look like, look
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