This was one of the very first wildlife photos I ever snapped. It was taken at Lake Manyara, TZ in 2007 on the first day of my very first safari. It is not cropped. Without knowing it at the time, this shot, as well as two others from that trip, would jump start my Wild! life and would begin to define the aesthetic style I would spend the next 8 years chasing. Who knew a lion sleeping in a tree could change a life?

How to Become a Successful Blogger

Blogging has become a very popular profession now and days with the help of rising platforms such as Tumblr, YouTube, and Instagram. Fashion is gaining recognition along with photography, home decor, and other creative hobbies. If you believe that blogging can be a path for you, here are some tips on how to become a successful one at that.  

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Women are Missing in STEM Fields 

“Don’t ask me; I’m just a girl.” It’s one of the most famous lines from The Simpsons. Lisa Simpson, an eight-year-old girl, is excited to get a talking version of her favorite Barbie-like doll but horrified at the words that come from her doll’s mouth. It’s a joke, social commentary and it speaks to a very large issue.

According to an infographic recently produced by Verizon, at the age of eight, 66 percent of girls say they like math yet, in college, only 18 percent of women study engineering. The problem starts early, girls begin to lose confidence in their technical abilities at a young age. Seventy-two percent of girls feel they’re good at science and math classes in middle school while only 55 percent of girl feel that way in high school.

The National Girls Collaborative Project reported that girls were more likely to have taken biology — a life science frequently viewed as “accessible” — in high school than boys (50 percent vs. 39). Whereas “hard” subjects, such as physics and engineering, were dominated by males. In college, according to the NGCP, in 2011, 57.3 percent of all bachelor’s degrees in the U.S. were obtained by women. In the sciences, women received over 50 percent of the degrees in biology. Yet, they held less than 20 percent of those awarded in the fields of physics, computing or engineering.  

By adulthood, while they compose half the population and half the workforce, only a quarter of STEM positions are held by women. Not only is this a problem — it’s a worsening one.

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Things You Should Do At The Start Of Every Work Day

The first few hours of the work day can have a significant effect on your level of productivity —so it’s important you have a morning routine that sets you up for success:

1) Arrive on time.

2) Eat a proper breakfast.

3) Organize your day.

4) Check in with your colleagues.

5) Remind yourself of your core purpose at work.

6) Place important calls and send urgent e-mails.

7) Take advantage of your cleared mind.

8) Mix things up from time to time.

9) Plan a mid-morning break.

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[My definition of success] changed as a result of becoming a bit disillusioned about what had been my ‘dream job.’… Because while I am replaceable at work, I am not replaceable as Calev’s dad. Calev doesn’t know I’m a public interest lawyer, and getting home in time to play with him and feed him and read to him and bathe him before he goes to sleep feels like the most important thing I do all day.

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