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We spend roughly one-third of our life asleep, another third at work and the final third trying our best to have a little fun.

But is that the correct balance? Should we spend as much time at the office as we do with our friends and family? One of the greatest regrets people have on their deathbeds is that they spent too much of their time instead of enjoying quality time with friends and family.

Lawmakers in the United Kingdom have made a significant pledge to reevaluate the work-life balance in their country.

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Research shows that people who use emojis have more sex

Will emjois save us from the Great American Sex Drought?

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While news out of Washington shows that the U.S. may be headed for an economic recession, its been mired in an even more depressing downturn over the past few years: The Great American Sex Drought.

Sorry, Millennials, but you share the majority of the blame.

In 2018, the number of Americans who said they didn't have sex for an entire year was the highest it's ever been, and from 2008 to 2018, the number of Americans between ages 18 and 29 who reported having no sex doubled.

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"Seventy percent of the Earth is covered with water, now you camp on it!" proudly declares Smithfly on the website for its new camping boat — the Shoal Tent.

Why have we waited so long for camping equipment that actually lets us sleep on the water? Because it's an awful idea, that's why.

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After his son was bullied for wearing nail polish, this dad fought back the right way.

The child liked having his nails painted by his grandmother.

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No matter how hard parents try to teach their kids to be tolerant and to feel free to express themselves, there's a big world out there just waiting to put them in a box.

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Illustrator John Atkinson of Wrong Hands perfectly summed up the differences between Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, and Millennials in one brilliant cartoon, “anatomy of generations." His clever and funny take on generations is sure to bring a smile to your face no matter when you were born.

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In the U.S., the average consumer has more than enough clothes. So labels have to keep generating new styles and fashion trends to keep people consuming. If clothes didn't go out of fashion, think of how little each of us would spend on them.

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