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A Different Perspective: Life Drawing Models Reveal What It’s Like to Bare All in Front of Strangers

Whether or not you've attended a life-drawing class before, you've likely asked yourself the question, "why would someone opt to model nude in front of a group of strangers?" As we at Popular Everything have come to learn, all walks of life are drawn to this unusual activity, with some even managing to turn it into a full-time career. Such an odd experience is surely noteworthy, not just what it feels like but why someone might opt for it in the first place. Check out some of the daring individuals who chose to expose!
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Trending: #Minimalism. Joy of Missing Out?

We’re all a victim to the marketing of “millennial minimalism”. We’ve witnessed its rise through social media; Instagram posts of bleached white bedspreads and plant pots on empty surfaces. While minimalism is nothing new, it's hard to deny its surge in popularity among millennials. These days more and more of us are resisting the culture of overconsumption. Read about the first steps you can take to deculttering your life, from avoiding consumer traps to owning with more intention.
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Breakfast at Tiffany’s is Finally Possible and It’s an Instagramers Dream Meal

When the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's was made, Tiffany & Co. was exclusively meant for jewelry shoppers and even Hepburn didn’t actually have breakfast in the high-end store. Since the opening of Blue Box Cafe on November 2017, Tiffany's has finally made it a possibility to have a sit-down breakfast at its luxury jewelry store and Hepburn fans can now emulate her in the best way possible. This modern culinary experience is an Instagrammers dream that you don’t want to miss out on if you’re planning a trip to NYC.
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Strawless Challenge: Saving the Ocean One Straw at a Time

500 million. That’s how many straws people throw away each day in the United States alone. These straws might seem harmless but in reality, they are detrimental to the biodiversity of the earth. Once the straws are thrown away, they often times end up in our oceans and seas, threatening the livelihood of the marine life. Thankfully, people are beginning to recognize this problem and young, proactive leaders are finally taking action.
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