NUDGE IS A MASSIVE GAME AND MOBILE APPLICATION that connects people by what they do and who they influence to follow their lead. Download the app and you’ll get a list of actions. Some are environmental and social and others just for fun. How and where you do them is up to your imagination, but once you make a move nudge your friends to try it too. So save some plastic, start a garden or make love not climate change. Anyone can start a movement– with a little nudge.
Anyone who has worked in the service industry knows that the public face of a restaurant hardly reveals what’s going on behind the scenes. The chipper smiles of food service workers, who make up one-tenth of the U.S. workforce, often belie the fact that these workers can make poverty wages and endure horrible working conditions.
Fewer students are quenching their thirst at the vending machines.
David Walker, the Pepsi Co. representative to the College of William and Mary, reported a 7 percent decrease in water bottle purchases from June to October this year. During those weeks, 48,893 water bottles were purchased, which is a little more than 368 water bottles per day. This is significantly lower than the number
of water bottles purchased just a year ago.
The College’s Associate Director of Auxiliary Services Wade Henley reported that approximately 394 water
bottles per day were purchased around the same time in 2010.
How to free up your life: You can free up your life by applying universal principles of freewill- whether this means you can choose your reality completely or simply choose whether or not to follow your divine plan. There are so many depths to this very controversial topic; so take what speaks to you. Continue reading How To Free Up Your Life
Everyone, everywhere, in every type of situation has some degree of free will they can choose to use to improve their current condition and reality. In this blog you will gain some tips on how to improve your life by exercising your free will!
The first thing to ask yourself is, “Do I have an outline of my goals written down somewhere in my every day possession?” If you do not have your goals written somewhere that you review regularly well then you have just discovered the #1 reason this is a goal and not a reality. Your brain is like a computer. It continues to work on the information and goals you provide it whether you realize this or not. Continue reading “How to make improvements to your life”