Everyone must have compared themselves to the other persons. In fact, this comparative culture has grown since childhood in the family sphere. For the example, some parents may unconsciously compare their children with others.
It’s no secret that millennials like to accumulate credit card debt and gaining massive debt. With the cost of living increasingly expensive, the debts are getting higher.
When meeting other people who are not known while in public, we are often unavoidable with simple conversations. The chat can have a simple topic such as asking news, domicile, to those that are more personal, such as when going to college, marriage, employment, and so on.
Studying on a campus that is almost existed for 1000 years is certainly a special experiences. Uniquely, the University of Oxford has a tradition that has been carried out for hundreds of years. Various unique traditions will be carried out by students since they first joined Oxford, up to the graduation procession.
What is Nomophobia? Nomophobia is stands for “no mobile phone phobia”, which is a fear syndrome if you don’t have (or don’t have access to) your mobile phone.
Someday in the future, the number of Facebook users who are still alive will be exceeded by those who have died. When did that happen? The study from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) says Facebook has the potential to become a ‘dead world’ in next 50 years, estimated in 2070.
Living side by side with your partner and always be happy is certainly a dream for everyone. However, it turns out that this has other advantages – longevity. As reported by the study published in the journal Psychological Science. “The data show that couples’ life satisfaction has an association with mortality (mortality rate), regardless of… Read More »