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17 Life Hacks/Tricks to Simplify Your Life #309

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1. Worrying = Waste Of Time. Good and bad things will happen in life. You just have to keep living and not stress over what you can’t control.

2. Go where your admired, not where your tolerated. If they don’t appreciate you, it’s time to find people who do

3. Headache Remedy: Eat 10-12 almonds, the equivalent of two aspirins for a migraine headache.

4. “Rhythm”, “zephyr”, and “sphynx” are the three best hangman words.

5. If you have someone in your life that is abusive or causes you pain, don’t try and reform them. Just block them out of your life.

6. If you can’t get a job because you have no experience, do volunteer work and use that as experience.

7. Don’t tell people your plans. Show them your results.

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Listen: Aboriginal Canadian DJ crew A Tribe Called Red are combining native chants and EDM beats to awesome results

The day you first hear A Tribe Called Red is a day you won’t forget.

Part of it is their singularity: NDN, Shub and Bear Witness form a three-member DJ crew manned entirely by Aboriginal Canadians. But what truly sets them apart is their music. It’s an infectious fusion of native chants and pulsing EDM beats that’s drawn praise from the likes of Diplo, sold out shows around the world and, most recently, earned them a Juno — the Canadian Grammy — for 2014’s Breakthrough Group of the Year.

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How TV gets Asperger’s right and wrong, from someone who has it

As a person with Asperger’s, I’ve noticed more and more television characters that I relate to. Some of these characters have never been publicly confirmed to have Asperger’s, but as someone with it, I’m watching with an especially trained eye. Although there are plenty of mainstream characters to choose from, these are a few in particular who are worthy of mention and analysis. They run the gamut from characters who are true to the autism experience to those who make a cruel mockery of it. Let’s take a look at how television is defining these characters.

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