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Five Android Apps to Help Alleviate Depression

Wysa is a CBT chatbot, Daylio lets you log daily activities and track your mood, Calm teaches you to meditate, Journey encourages you to savor good times and feel grateful, and MoodTools helps you to reframe negative thoughts.

Eloise B

United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 76
$6.02K Earned
95% Job Acceptance
79% Followed Guidelines
82% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

5 Classic Summer Movies to Beat the Heat

Beat the heat and stay inside curled up on the couch this summer. Live vicariously through these five movies that are sure to give you the perfect summer feeling: 1. Wet Hot American Summer (throwback to a young Bradley Cooper and Amy Poehler) 2. Summer Catch (summer baseball) 3. Sandlot (90s kids classic) 4. The Endless Summer (surfer's classic) 5. Jaws (who doesn't like to be scared of water)

Elizabeth T

Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain

Customer Ratings 123
$15.1K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
63% Followed Guidelines
67% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Success on a Paleo diet

The blog would briefly outline the health benefits of the paleo diet and provide some personal tips on how to successfully stay on the diet to lose weight and feel great. The post would include some ideas for paleo snacks.

Customer Ratings 10
$411 Earned
92% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

How to Hire an Accountant

This blog post helps a business owner go about the process of hiring an accountant. One step is to match the services he needs with those a prospective accountant provides, looking at fees and assessing personality.

Kelly S

Ellensburg, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 168
$24.9K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
87% Followed Guidelines
72% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top 5 myths about healthy eating

1) Eating healthy is expensive. 2) Eating healthy takes a lot of planning. 3) Healthy food doesn't taste as good as the food I eat now. 4) I won't be able to eat my favourite snacks. 5) I won't feel full if I eat healthy meals.

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $132.50

Natural Selection Is Not Your Friend

Natural selection is not a deliberate process. There's no consciousness behind it executing a grand plan for humanity. But if there were, that consciousness would not be your friend. We attribute our survival skills to natural selection, but it has not taught us how to survive. It has taught us how to reproduce. After that, it doesn't care what happens to us one way or the other. For that reason, we would do well to regard our "natural impulses" with suspicion. This will come as no surprise to anyone confronting the rate of unwanted teen pregnancy. Natural selection doesn't care if pregnancy ruins your life. But what about true love--the kind that makes you feel as though your destiny, your truth, and your ultimate happiness have been revealed to you? Human beings have learned to reign in (to some extent) their raw sexual hunger through morality, cultural pressure, and the law. But what if true love is natural selection's version of The Empire Strikes Back? Consider how many marriages end in divorce or acrimony. Consider how indifferent true love is to things that really support lasting relationships such as shared values, mutual respect, and the ability to negotiate successfully. Consider how true love strangely transcends sexual intercourse while leading always inevitably to precisely that. Consider that true love is great at making babies but not so good at making marriages. Once you reproduce, natural selection is interested neither in your quest for fulfillment nor your need to put the kids through college. The next time you get that loving feeling, ask yourself whether your heart is really leading you to the ultimate union of truth and beauty or natural selection is just luring you into the woods to have its way with you. The thought that our highest aspirations, like our basest urges, might be not our truest selves but something more akin to demonic possession is unnerving. But if you really want to find fulfillment, especially with another person, you might be better off trusting your head than your heart.

Tim B

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top 10 Ways To Budget As A Parent

Introduction: As many people know, raising children is costly in both time and money. They are the job that never stops. Below are some ideas, from grocery lists to apps, that will help you save money for when you need it most. In the outline for this topic, I have written down some ideas such as: • Planning for new shoes: Parents always seem to be caught off guard when it comes to shoes, so this section will quickly cover how many times kids outgrow shoes by age group • Meal Prepping: Saves both time and money, and creating a weekly, biweekly, or monthly menu will help cut down on expenses • Using grocery lists: Cuts down on time spent at the store, especially helpful if you do an aisle by aisle list • Couponing: Saves money, the parent can have the child help •Thirft shops and garage sales • Apps: There are apps which have items for sale at a low cost. • Banking: Switching to a bank that has no fees • Budget overhaul: Assess needs vs wants • Find a way to reduce childcare expenses, such as finding a parent with an opposite schedule • Downgrade the car: This would help save on insurance costs. Or, depending on where they live, go car free

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 4
$142 Earned
100% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

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