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Etiquette Mrs Enginerd

My Beef With The Facebook Newsfeed 

You’d think the pretentious stories about how husbands are perfect and how precious people’s children are would be the reason why I have a beef with my Facebook’s newsfeed but this isn’t the reason I created this post. My beef with the newsfeed is that the algorithm decides for you in what order you will […]

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Game Reviews Mrs Enginerd

My Beef With Pokémon Go

“Hello, my name is MrsEnginerd and I play Pokémon Go because I like it.” It is hard to admit than in my mid 30s I enjoy playing Pokémon Go. Maybe it is the half Millennial in me or it could be the competitiveness of the Gen Xer half but there is something about this clever […]

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My Beef With Adulting

After a very few trying weeks, and a few more ahead, I realized that being an adult was not easy. Not only because it comes with a lot of quantifiable responsibilities but because a lot of people don’t realize that their opinions and thoughts can carry and place a crushing weight on others. We place […]

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Etiquette Love and Marriage Mrs Enginerd

My Beef With Love

I think I know why everyone is so obsessed with finding love this days: friendship is not enough anymore. The sentiments of companionship and affection that we used to long for are being replaced with the need to belong to someone, to have a trusted ally that would never leave us, that possesses our soul […]

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My Beef With Mother’s and Father’s Day

The baby and kid market, worth billions, treats parents as their own personal ATMs, putting pressure on new parents to buy items they don’t need and pushing toys and apparel to young children so they ask for things they don’t need but covet. Companies like Target and Babys R Us spend millions of dollars profiling their […]

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My Beef With Generational and Cultural Diversity

There is a problem that plagues our society that has remained unaddressed at its core: segregation. Not just the kind of segregation that resulted in the Suffragette movement of the 20s and the racial divide that led to the abolishment of slavery, and shaped the Civil Rights movement but rather the underlying cause of this […]