Greetings and welcome. My name is Michael. In this presentation, I am going to talk about six related topics. I am going to talk about the myth of human independence as well as the critical importance of meeting our human needs.
I am going to talk about Abraham Maslow’s early theory of human needs and I’ll also talk about some of the problems with the iconic “Pyramid” that is still to represent his theory.
Then, I am going to introduce you to a new more modern theorization of human needs, the Circle of Seven Essential Needs (Sosteric & Ratkovic, 2020). Finally, I am going to end with a statement bout expanding our view of human nature.
There are so many diets to choose from, exercises to try, and different people saying conflicting things about what is best.
For years, I have experimented with different diets and exercises to try to find the best one. And the truth is, there isn’t one. Diet and exercise are highly personal. You can read more about this here.
But there is one strategy that is universal: Time-restricted eating.
Like most people nowadays, you’re probably getting pretty fed up with inflation. Everywhere you turn, all the things you buy are significantly more expensive than they were last year or even last week in some cases.
For anyone living paycheck to paycheck, it can be unsettling. There’s only so much you can cut from your budget before you’re left with the essentials.
So what do you do when money is tight, and you can’t stand another weekend at home binge-watching Netflix (if you haven’t already had to cancel that too)? Thankfully, when you take full advantage of your public library’s offerings, you can maintain or improve your quality of life without exceeding your budget.
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