Inspiring Stories

When Sibongile Sambo was a little girl she would stop and watch the airplanes fly overhead as she played in the streets of her hometown, Bushbuckridge, South Africa. She dreamt that someday, she would fly too. She decided to pursue a career in aviation. However, after being rejected by multiple airlines for not measuring up,
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Like many restaurants, Mama Kwan’s Grill and Tiki Bar in Outer Banks, North Carolina, is used to getting calls for take-out. However, when owner Kevin Cherry received a long-distance call from Mary Simmons in late February, it wasn’t for your typical to-go order. Simmons was desperately trying to make her best friend’s dying wish come
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Brian “Boom” Lumbus is the gym dad who came under fire for “forcing” his 4-year-old son to lift weights in the gym. Lumbus, an online gym coach, dedicates his Instagram account to showcasing tips and tricks for others to try in the gym. However, when Lumbus first featured his now 4-year-old son lifting weights on
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*Featured image contains photo by Lina Kivaka Vacation time and sick pay are not just perks; they are essential benefits that contribute to employees’ overall well-being and job satisfaction. And yet, despite how crucial they are, many employees aren’t actually entitled to them. Thanks to corporate greed and creative loopholes, companies often choose to prioritize
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We often hear about actors’ high salaries and lavish lifestyles or follow them on social media as they hock brands and products they love. But celebrities can also give back in meaningful ways, using their money and platforms to inspire real change. That’s exactly what Batman, a.k.a. Christian Bale, decided to do with his privilege
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*Featured image contains photo by Tima Miroshnichenko The sci-fi saga, Dune: Part 2, may be shattering the box office, but it’s the director’s heartwarming deed for a terminally ill man that is shattering our hearts. Six weeks before the movie’s release, Denis Villeneuve received an impassioned plea from a palliative care worker in Quebec, Canada
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*Featured image contains photos by Gustavo Fring In today’s society, it’s becoming increasingly normal for families to split household chores more equally. Sure, there’s always work to do, but households are a lot different than they used to be. Split families and households where both parents work to earn an income mean that chores can’t
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