Sweat Street Review

Yuki is a street girl, she is experienced enough to handle herself safely. She is just doing her work when she witnessed an event that changes her life abruptly.

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Women can easily run a home, a family and a business…

I was not allowed to drive, I was not allowed to go to college, from the family perspective there was no need to waste my time studying if my future was to be at home. It was not that I didn’t want to have a family; it was that I didn’t want to have it that way.

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It Doesn’t Take a Lot to Make Someone Smile

We all live our life in a community with other people, we share spaces, ideas, activities, etc. Why not making them happy events? It takes just small acts of kindness to make this life light and happy, so if today you are having a meeting why not ordering your...

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Christmas is Around the Corner! Monetize your Skills

Christmas is coming! Wow! How I love this season of the year, joy and happiness is all around, even those who are a little grumpy at times are in a better mood. We can see ornaments everywhere and decorating our homes is a good chance for a nice family gathering....

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How Does It Feel When You Expand Your Happiness?

To some of you this may be a weird question, but do you know what happens when you share your happiness with the people around you? It is this feeling that fills your heart and becomes like the water continuously poured into a glass until the water comes out of it and...

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My Body Talks to Me and I Love it

Today my post is very different. No marketing, no more social media. It is just about a woman’s real life. I attend a Yoga class three days a week, I wish I could attend daily but unfortunately I can’t, due to the office schedules. I also practice meditation every...

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From Best Seller to Collection…

Back in 2010, D.J. Swykert published his thriller novel “Children of the Enemy”, he never knew the kind of events this would bring to his life. Since the beginning, this book got the thriller fans attention; a review in Amazon describes it as “not recommended for children under 16 or weak…

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