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15 Signs You’re An Explorer

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1. You love to get lost.

You enjoy the thrill of taking random detours and wandering around in the wilderness is one of your favorite things to do when you have a free afternoon. There’s no better feeling than disconnecting from social media for awhile and letting yourself just be still for awhile with nothing but the world around you.

2. You try to avoid tourist spots when you travel and prefer to go where the locals go.

While you can appreciate tourist attractions and understand why people go to them you’re more interested in finding undiscovered gems only the locals know about.

3. Planning the route of a trip is one of your favorite things.

Of course you love the actual act of traveling and exploring a destination but initially, after you’ve decided on a location, you enjoy figuring out the route you’re going…

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5 Signs Summer Is Over

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I know, you never wanted or expected it to happen, but let’s just face it: all good things must come to an end. Your free time is increasingly becoming more free. If you’re experiencing any of the following, it might be time to pack up the bikini and the towel for the season. In the words of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, “you’ve maximized your tan.”

1. All your friends have already left for or returned to college. If you find yourself suddenly alone and without a friend to grab Starbucks with, chances are that they are already lugging their textbook stuffed backpack around their college campus and dragging themselves through the gnarliest welcome week hangover of all time. You may already find yourself resenting them and their drunken collegiate escapades while you’re wasting away in your house or apartment watching (hopefully good) syndicated television.

2. You begin to…

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13 Signs You’re A Classic INFJ

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INFJ – Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling and Judging. INFJs are known to be great listeners, big dreamers, and deep, complex people. As the rarest personality type INFJ’s only make up less than 3% of the population. If you’ve taken the Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator you probably know what you’re categorized as but these are some signs of a classic INFJ.

1. You’re always in search of a deeper meaning. At work, in relationships, with friends, and interactions with strangers you’re continually looking at life and situations in an obscure way to discover what’s beyond the surface.

2. Although people have an easy time connecting with you sometimes you can be a difficult person to really know. You value your privacy and often feel like you can only be your “true self” around those closest to you.

3. You’re a highly empathetic and sensitive person with an innate ability…

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6 Signs of a Well Run Non-Profit Organization

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6 Signs Of A Good NPO

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“A well-run nonprofit is aligned around fundraising goals

If your organization depends on money from fundraising, everyone should have their success, including their compensation, tied to fundraising success. Even if their role in that success may be indirect, it’s still critical.”

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“If fundraising is going poorly, it’s everyone’s “fault.” It should be more difficult for anyone to get increased rewards or promotions than when fundraising is going well. It needs to be clear that everyone rises or sinks together with their common enterprise of raising funds. Don’t ignore the problem or write it off to factors you can’t control. People in other professional sectors don’t get to do that.

Along with that should be a de-siloing of functions: The managers and leaders of all the groups need to be working together, not in isolation. They all have to be able to see the problems of others as their own problems, too.

This won’t be easy if your organization has been operating in separate silos. It’s important, though. Getting it right can unleash energy, focus, and innovation in your organization.”

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8 Signs That He’s A Jerk

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We’ve all had our fair share of jerks, but what happens when you get too involved with someone to just simply let them go? I can think of a million people who have been down this road before (including myself), and I want to prevent people from getting too infatuated with the wrong guy. Here are eight of the biggest red flags.

1. He says he wants to be with you, but he doesn’t want to make it public.

This is the biggest red flag of them all. As much as you want to believe that he wants his privacy with you, what he’s really saying is that he’s either embarrassed by you or is talking to multiple other girls. These are the words of a liar. Wait for actions that show you he’s the real deal, and if he won’t budge, walk away.

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9 Signs You’re Getting More Comfortable In Your Relationship

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The beginning of a relationship is like an interview. Just as there’s no way in hell you’ll confess that you’re not really an excel wizard, you’re sure as hell not going to admit that your room isn’t pristine all the time. It’s not lying. It’s just…putting your best face forward.

But in time, your best behaviors will fade and you’ll revert back to your natural state.

Here are 9 signs it’s already happening to you:

1. Indoors, you live in your sweatpants

You might have opted for yoga pants the first time you and your SO curled up for a movie, but the return of your cotton friends was inevitable. Movies—and every in-home activity—are just better in sweats.

2. You’ve stopped folding your towel

The first time you took a shower at your boyfriend’s…

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