22 Gru Styczniowe propozycje czytelnicze
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In December some of you read and discussed this article on making your own shampoo (“98 Shampoo Brands That Contain Carcinogenic Ingredients And How Making Your Own Shampoo Is Easy and Inexpensive“).
Now, here’s another one in the same theme and making a step further. Do we really need a shampoo in the first place?
My switch was supposed to last only a month, but now I can't stop
I’m sure you all know and seen it. Those of you who are into gardening, might even consider it a curse equal to snails. This little weed plant – does it deserve to be so neglected?
You’ve stepped on it, ignored it, and tried to eradicate it from your lawn. However, this innocuous little weed is one of the most useful medicines on the planet, just begging to be harvested
Here’s something for those who are a little fed up with crowds. Do you think it would work on the bus to school?
Approach the wearer too aggressively and the mechanical limbs move up to an attack position
Ever heard of The Giving Pledge campaign? It was started by Bill Gates inviting other billionaires to donate a large portion of their wealth to ‘good causes.’ This article explores an innovative approach to this ‘problem.’
And what would you do, if you had a billion to splash?
trying to figure out how they could make the maximum impact with their money
Strong titles attract audience. However, stay calm and don’t jump into conclusions. Then, think: has the science gone too far?
You’re probably wondering… is this cannibalism?
New Year is a good time to rethink your life, make new statements and resolutions. In other words – turn over a new leaf. Here’s a short monologue by Alan Watts, which might help you in the process.
students, they come to me and say, well, ``we’re getting out of college and we have the faintest idea what we want to do``