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Articles Written by Amalia Turner

Amalia was born in Jacksonville Florida. She has a degree in communications from Baruch College in New York. She spent two years traveling as a tour guide post-graduation, crossing the globe. Her self-described “mind opening” experiences have motivated her to offer the same type of experiences to the readers of Popular Everything.

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Then and Now: Iran Was Once a Beautiful Paradise, Now it’s Nearly Unrecognizable

Years ago, Iran was a hit vacation spot. Many described it as nothing short of paradise. After the revolution of 1979, the who country transformed into a completely different world. Those who’ve been there before may find that Iran is nearly unrecognizable today. For those who haven’t seen the paradise, Popular Everything has the comparisons perfectly set up.

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Nutty Israeli Snack May Be Key to Preventing Peanut Allergies

There’s something super nutty about the fact that Israeli’s have such a low rate of peanut allergies. The country’s most culturally fixated snack, Bamba, is a peanut puff. Researchers from the UK did some digging and beleive that Bamba may be the reason for the low percentage of peanut allergies. If so, the future of America might actually have a PB&J sandwich in it after all.

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Why Kids Are More Lonely, Bored & Impatient Than Ever

Although the parents of every generation criticize kids for being less efficient, this generation’s parents may have a good point. Kids are more bored, lonely, and impatient than ever. The way our society influences our brains may have a lot to do with it. Popular Everything will show you exactly how to prevent societies negative influence so you won’t have to crack open a psych book.

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The Right and Wrong Way to Use Your Work Break

Sitting in front of a computer all day is a lot more draining than it sounds. Our brains use loads of energy keeping up with our screens, that’s why it’s so important to figure out the best way to use your work break. Popular Everything saved you the time and figured out why you feel even more tired after your 45 minutes of freedom at work.

Ttitle what does this inkblot say about your personality?

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Take A Good Look: Here’s What This Inkblot Says About Your Personality

This may seem like a dull old blob, but like a cloud, you can sort of guess what it resembles. There are no right or wrong answers, all you have to do is say what you think it is. Individual schools of psychologist believe that you can learn a lot about a person by knowing what they think an inkblot resembles. Here’s what they think it says about you.