Luck has become famous for congratulating—sincerely and enthusiastically—any player to hit him hard. Any sack is met with a hearty congratulations, such as ”great job” or “what a hit!”
What is Fatigue? – The New Yorker
Your limit is probably never truly reached. Fatigue is simply a balance between effort and motivation, and that the decision to stop is a conscious choice rather than a mechanical failure.
“Breaking up with motherhood is more complicated than simply not wanting children. It is breaking up with our perceived use-value. It is looking at what we as single, childless women, unfettered by traditional roles, want to offer the world.”
Tea Rituals Around the World – CN Traveller
A cup of tea isn’t merely a drink: It’s the history of the world itself.
The Kids are Alright – The Atlantic
Teens are using less drugs and alcohol than before, even though they’re less likely to think the substances are harmful.
But how did the makers of Cards Against Humanity get the poop in the box? “Well, we didn’t do anything that anyone else couldn’t have done,” Temkins says. “We went on Google and were like, ‘Can you buy bullshit? Can you sell bullshit?’”
Young weightlifters breaking stereotypes – Metro News
“It has nothing to do with strength. It’s timing, rhythm and flexibility. It’s how you move the weight and line it up on your bones.”
According to a June report from UNESCO, 57 million children aren’t going to school—or 11% of all children of primary school age. Almost a quarter of those children had attended school but dropped out. One reason is because the journeys are too long, difficult or even dangerous.
Incredibly, with all the science that has been done on how to exercise, what we know about what works for fitness is almost embarrassingly simple — yet we have invented myriad ways to cloud, over-complicate, and obscure these basic, common-sense truths.