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To Tip or Not To Tip

To Tip or Not To Tip

To tip or not to tip is the question.  Its important to tip at least 18% anywhere in the world. Think about the many waiters and waitresses on their feet all day, dealing with customers who would like their meals cooked a certain way as if they were at home, they have to speak with […]

July 10, 2013 | By More
It’s A Restaurant – Not Your Home

It’s A Restaurant – Not Your Home

Last night I am in one of my favorite Thai restaurants.  The restaurant closes at 10:30 PM.  A group of people walk in to be seated and the Hostess informs them, the restaurant will be closing at 10:30 PM.  Wow, the customer asks will you ask us to leave the restaurant at 10:30 PM.  She […]

July 10, 2013 | By More
Books And Tech From A Teen’s Point of View

Books And Tech From A Teen’s Point of View

Student Z, United States shares her thoughts in this wonderful video above on Books and Technology. Check out what Student Z, United States shares on her paper from School about Books and Technology. The abundance and evolution of technology has threatened the need of paper books. Those who believe that all books should be on […]

July 9, 2013 | By More
Sagging Pants. No…Diaper Boys

Sagging Pants. No…Diaper Boys

It has come to my attention and to many who walk the streets of cities around the world, that certain young males –  between the ages of fourteen and into their early twenties –  who have managed to create for themselves an absence of any sensible and orderly way to wear their pants.  Oh, I […]

July 9, 2013 | By More
Trust Issues

Trust Issues

  Human connection is a daily issue we all face, to what degree depends on how desperately we desire it. At the core of any relationship, whether just a friendship or something more, trust has to be established in order for it to progress and evolve into something productive and fruitful. Whether we realize it […]

May 29, 2013 | By More
Ethnocentric Assumptions

Ethnocentric Assumptions

Ethnocentrism is the belief and feeling that one’s own culture is best. This means anthropologists must become totally objective when they apply themselves to their field work taking caution to not impose their own cultural beliefs on to another society’s culture. Anthropologists must be able to adapt and detach themselves when trying to understand another […]

May 15, 2013 | By More
Meet Ms. Chelsea Krost – A Young Woman WIth A Mission

Meet Ms. Chelsea Krost – A Young Woman WIth A Mission

We at Global Vibe Magazine came across Ms. Chelsea Krost through Twitter, by our Editor, Gail Davvis.  Gail quickly fell in love with the mission of Chelsea Krost, and her mission to support young women.   Chelsea is due to have her own show later this year and we wanted to introduce Chelsea to all […]

March 20, 2013 | By More
HAITI – SHARING FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS (A Space of Gratitude.)

HAITI – SHARING FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS (A Space of Gratitude.)

Last year I found myself complaining when my phone fell and hit the concrete floor and the glass broke.  I have become annoyed when I leave my phone charger at home and I am at a meeting.  Though this is very important, I realize life is much simpler than we think.  We can live without […]

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Robin Crespo-The Man Behind The Armor PT 1

Robin Crespo-The Man Behind The Armor PT 1

Who would’ve thought that creating a mosquito repellent jacket to stand out and make a fashion statement at Sean “Diddy” Combs’ party would be the very same thing that could save millions of lives? When Robin Crespo, CEO and Designer of ING Activewear, came up with this innovation (Moskeeto Armor), initially he had only himself […]

March 19, 2013 | By More