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Paula Wu is a US-based staff writer who focuses on stories, tips, and life hacks for travelers. She studied Sociology at the VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities. She then moved to California from Vietnam after graduation. Having visited 18 countries since then, Paula is a travel writer by profession and a lover of world cultures, languages, food, and people by nature. Paula didn't become a professional sociologist; however, she loves getting to know people from all over the world. Her favorite thing about traveling is seeing how the sky looks like in different spots on earth. Every month, she makes up lists of places she is eager to visit.
We decided to limit ourselves to only five of the most vital things and describe what life would be without air, water, food, sleep, and friends. If you are lucky enough, you will never experience it yourself.
Modern society treats work not only as a necessity, but also as the most important thing in life. Workaholism is a socially approved addiction. Some experts consider it a mental disorder that leads to emotional exhaustion, depression, and physical disabilities.
We must envision a collective future that will empower more than just a small number of people. Will we be able to get closer to the futurists of the last century, who thought boldly and democratically at the same time? It's worth a try, at least.
Sometimes, it happens that the most difficult person to communicate with is your boss. The growing resentment against him will negatively affect your work. However, you can make the best even of a bad situation. In this article, we will show you how to do it.