humanity

Advocates, icons, influencers, and more. All about humanity.

Benjamin Wareing2 years ago
What it’s like to be a Young Writer
Writers are either glorified in a romantic blaze of sexual poetry and moonlight skies under a French music serenade, or their vilified under immense stress, gross pay and little to no career-based rec...
Alexa Curtis2 years ago
How I Learned to Love Myself
"Can you put your hands up for me? Now suck in. What size pants are you wearing?” “A size 2.” “Impossible. You must be closer to a 4. Especially for runway, they need you at a size 0 since European de...
George Gott3 years ago
Mind-blowing Facts About Life You Never Knew
Have you ever stopped to think about the details of life we take for granted in our everyday lives? Probably not. Most people never really know why our world is the way it is. They just think it’s tha...
Banji Ganchrow3 years ago
Positive Effects of a Horrible Lifestyle
Life is full of vices. If you go through your day, how many things do you do that you could probably do differently or better? Do you park as close as you can to where you need to go or do you give yo...
Danielle Banner3 years ago
Most Commonly Believed Myths About Life
Knowledge is power. The more knowledge you have, the more power you can obtain in your private and professional life. But what about the knowledge that you THINK you have. Sometimes, the facts that we...
James Porterson3 years ago
Movies about Eating Disorders
It is estimated that 10 million Americans, men and women, suffer from eating disorders. Eating disorders refer to conditions which involve various abnormal eating habits which range from eating too li...
Alissa Bourne3 years ago
How Veganism Helped Me Lose 50 Pounds and Change My Life Forever
Growing up, nutrition was not an elemental part of my life. I was an athlete, going from school to travel soccer practice to AAU basketball practice every night since elementary school, and I consumed...
Danielle Banner3 years ago
What is Reiki Healing?
Energy medicine has been used to treat ailments in Eastern cultures for thousands of years. While there are many variations of energy healing, one specific one has been becoming more and more popular:...
James Porterson3 years ago
Worlds Most Expensive Foods
Generations of people have asked themselves the question, "Does money buy happiness?". Well, it may not buy happiness, but it sure can buy you some of the rarest foods on the planet. From beef to pota...
Robert Gallant3 years ago
Exercise Is the Weapon for Life's Hazardous Journey
When I decided to write fiction novels, I spent a lot of time studying novels that were, in my opinion, the best. Then, I realized that virtually all of them had the same plot. Here's how it goes: An ...
Danielle Banner3 years ago
Am I Addicted to My Fitbit?
Hi, my name is Danielle, and I am addicted to my Fitbit. Yes, I said it! My engagement with my Fitbit has become a full on addiction, checking my stats and steps endlessly throughout the day. But how ...
Robert Gallant3 years ago
How Growing Older Can Be Exciting
I'm Robert Gallant. I'm 81 years old and I'm actually enjoying growing older. Believe it or not, I now have the time to do anything I want to do. Plus, whenever I run in a competitive race, I always w...
Matt Schkolnick3 years ago
How Youth Sports Create Successful Adults
Bruises, life-long friends, ripped shirts, and more trophies than my mom knows what to do with—the world of youth sports has given me a lot. Some sports impressed more emotion and value upon me than o...
Samantha Bentley3 years ago
How Yoga Changed My Life
Yoga changed my life. Yes, I’m going to say the cliché thing that you read on pamphlets outside of your local yoga studio. Someone with a fake name did yoga once and felt spiritually, physically, and ...
Longevity Staff3 years ago
Celebrities that Battled Chronic Illness
Celebrities are not gods. We put them on pedestals because they have ridiculous amounts of money, perfect hair, and amazing careers—but they are still mortal. Just like everyone else, they succumb to ...
Longevity Staff3 years ago
Germiest Things We Touch Every Day
A study shows that bacteria, such as cold and flu viruses can survive for 18 hours on hard surfaces. Since the average adult can touch as many as 30 objects within a minute, it is important to keep th...