Cady Groves knows that hard work in the music world pays off. In our recent interview, she shared, “I’m walking proof that you can start with nothing and achieve your dreams…So never give up.” Her country-pop sound, as well as her spunky personality, has a lot of appeal.
Placed between Halloween and Christmas, we are now enjoying America’s biggest occasion for arguments, Thanksgiving! A day which by definition should spark many arguments. Thanksgiving, after all, is on different days in different countries with even America and Canada not celebrating on the same day. Debates on why we celebrate, who celebrated it first, and how should we celebrate seem to be endless.
Human beings are social creatures. Social interactions are necessary for our well-being as humans. Studies show that people who have been isolated from society for long periods of time have shown a significant cognitive decline.
Studies also show that the younger generation mainly interacts with each other by written words and emojis, through social networking and instant messaging.
Let’s just say it straight up – voices have a direct line to our libidos. We can get super attracted to a person based on her or his voice alone – think about hearing a new artist on the radio for the first time or listening to someone you’ve never heard before on HearMeOut. Our reactions to voice are immediate and work on all of our senses. Based on someone’s voice alone, we will start to imagine one’s looks, what they will feel like (yes, admit it), if they are potential partners and so on.
Social networks are here to stay and have become, in a fairly short time, essential in every aspect of our lives.
We use online and interactive social networks and applications in order to increase our social life, interact with potential partners (yes, we know you have THAT dating app on your phone, its ok), search for new job opportunities, look for a bigger apartment and so on.
The age of smartphones has brought new challenges to automakers – how can we combine using drive-related applications, such as GPS and music apps, while still keeping drivers and passengers safe? By now, it is well known how even a brief moment of averting our eyes from the road ahead can put us and drivers around us in danger.