Babies born in China are now expected to live healthier lives than those born in the United States, albeit still not longer, according to the World Health Organization.
The latest report, which was based on 2016 figures, found that China’s healthy life expectancy at birth is now higher than the United States’ for the first time.
Kid Mai Death Cafe, near the Bangkok Mass Transit System on Aree Soi 1 in Thailand, is a great place for people who want to check out morbid themes that center mostly around death and funerals.
The establishment offers a very unique experience to its customers.
As we are only human, we have accepted that once in a while, we are bound to commit mistakes in our everyday lives.
Some, of course, tend to err more than others and thus are more prone to doing damage not only to themselves but also to others.
I asked my CEO today “what can I do to be better?” and he responded that it was the fourth time I asked that question in the last month. While he appreciated my efforts to always improve and get better, he told me I needed to give it time. Whenever I’ve asked him for feedback in the past, he’s always told me that I’ve done a great job and that if I continue to do what I do, I’ll be fine.
I thought to myself that that’s the worst feedback I can get. I don’t want to be “fine.” I want to be great, to be excellent, to be amazing, to be (insert another synonym here). It was almost offensive that I will be “fine” because it sounded like mediocrity.
Sometimes, you can almost imagine what it would be like to be homeless. This video, however, may just show you that you have absolutely no idea.
A new revelation is reinforcing a hunch that I have had for quite some time now: It is time to pack my bags and move to the one of the happiest places on Earth. According to the 2015 World Happiness Report, the Netherlands is once again among the top 10 happiest countries to live in.
What makes the Dutch people so happy? Well, aside from the many government social benefits and the high standard of living, people there also work a lot less than their American counterparts.