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    BEING a parent is hard - deciding your way of parenting is a tough decision to make, are you going to be strict, relaxed or a bit of both? One woman, named Annais Bolton, revealed that her relaxed parenting style often leaves people divided.  220-year-old Annais Bolton took to TikTok to explain that she has a relaxed style of parenting, which not everyone agrees withCredit: tiktok.com/@annaisbolton 2Annais is mum to one-year-old daughter Mabel-Maeve and reveals she spoils her baby, goes clubbing and allows unlimited screen timeCredit: tiktok.com/@annaisbolton The 20-year-old is mum to one-year-old daughter Mabel-Maeve and took to TikTok to explain that ‘everyone wants to be her friend until they find out’ about her parenting style. The young mum explained: “Everyone wants to be my friend until they find out…" Annais proceeded to list the things that make her parenting slightly unconventional - including that she spoils her baby, goes clubbing and allows unlimited screen time. She said: “I formula feed. Read more parenting storiesGOTTA BE KIDDING ME I had THREE babies in 2020 - other mums have no idea...
    In this article BTC.CM=Cryptocurrencies have taken a tumble in 2022.Chesnot | Getty ImagesAn improvement in macroeconomic factors, a particular trading pattern and a further shakeout of companies and projects could be the key ingredients required for bitcoin and the broader crypto market to bottom, industry players told CNBC. Bitcoin has plummeted more than 70% from its record high in November with around $2 trillion wiped off the value of the entire cryptocurrency market. For the last few weeks, bitcoin has been trading within a tight range between $19,000 and $22,000 with no major catalyst to the upside and traders trying to figure out where the bottom is. Here are some of the factors that could help the crypto market find a floor.Improving macro pictureBitcoin has been hurt by the macroeconomic situation of soaring inflation that has forced the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks into hiking interest rates which has hurt risk assets such as stocks. Cryptocurrencies have seen some correlation with U.S. stock markets and have fallen in tandem with stocks. There are also fears of a recession...
    (CNN)In Punta Arenas in Chile's Magallanes Region, startup Highly Innovative Fuels (HIF) is establishing what it calls a first-of-its-kind facility which it hopes will be an initial step on the road to an energy revolution. HIF's "Haru Oni" project is a 3.7-hectare, $55 million site intended to demonstrate a viable commercial process for turning wind, water and air into synthetic fuels that can be used to power everything from cars to ships to airplanes, while slashing carbon emissions.Comprising a wind turbine, carbon capture system and facilities it says are capable of manufacturing 130,000 liters of fuel a year, the project is still under construction but is scheduled to become operational later this year and begin producing synthetic gasoline. Harnessing the power of green hydrogen An aerial shot of the Haru Oni building site, including the cooling system, bottom center, power control center, above, and foundations for a water tank, on the right.HIF's manufacturing process uses wind-generated electricity to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen through a process called electrolysis. Meanwhile, carbon dioxide is captured from atmospheric air and industrial sources....
    OLIVIA Munn has said she is 'feeling good' about motherhood but wants to keep the baby's gender a 'surprise'. The Newsroom actress, 41, is pregnant with her first child with boyfriend John Mulaney and has broken her silence on her pregnancy. 3Olivia Munn is pregnant with her first childCredit: Rex 3The star says she doesn't want to ruin the surprise and find out her baby's sexCredit: Getty Olivia broke the news she was pregnant earlier this week and says she is "feeling good" after having lots of support from her loved ones and fans. Speaking to Access Daily, she said: "Just the outpouring of love and support has been really amazing. “There has been a really big mom tribe that comes up. “I’ve heard about it, but they really come up in full force. "There’s a really great dad tribe too, everyone (who) comes up is really supportive and it means so much to me.” Olivia also told the publication she was not going to announce the sex of her baby because she doesn't know yet if she wants...
    MAX WHITLOCK reckons helping people find a job in sport would rank alongside his greatest Olympic feats. Britain’s two-time reigning Olympic champion, 28, launches a new website today which offers advice for those looking for a career in elite sport during the pandemic. 2Whitlock is Britain's greatest male gymnast and a track record of sustained success at the highest level The Essex gymnast is encouraging people to go online if they fancy a future as a coach, physio or nutritionist or getting involved in athlete management and events planning. Whitlock, who will be part of a four-man gymnastics Team GB squad in Tokyo, often takes his medals to schools as part of inspirational visits. And the 28-year-old, a three-time world champion on the pommel horse, is also open to mentoring youngsters who are keen to work in the sporting industry. Whitlock, who has a BTEC Sport qualification, said: “There are a lot of people who are passionate about sport in our country. “There are over 190,000 job pathways in sport that people just don’t realise. And I want to get...
    DATING is definitely not straightforward and in most cases you'd want to find out some vital facts about the bloke you're seeing before investing so much time. But it could be tricky getting the truth from a man you hardly know at first, which is why dating coach Louanne Ward is here to help. 5Louanne Ward is a dating coach based in AustraliaCredit: louanneward/Instagram The Australian-based dating guru has revealed the burning questions most women want to know about a potential partner, but says how we ask them could be why we aren't getting clear answers. There is a particular way you should approach certain things in a "positive and respectful manner", she told Mail Online, and this will allow you to find your match early on. 1. Are you looking for fun or for something more? Instead of: What are you looking for? 5The dating expert revealed how to find out if your date wants something more seriousCredit: Getty Whether you're looking for a bit of causal fun or seeking a more serious relationship, being on...
    President BidenJoe Biden1.6 million US air passengers fly in a day for first time since last March Biden administration eyeing long-term increase in food stamps: report Conspiracy against the poor MORE and Republicans are making the same bet as they gear up for a months-long spending fight: Americans will agree with them about the government’s role post-pandemic. While the coronavirus overhauled American views on assistance as businesses and families leaned on the help, Biden’s $4 trillion package goes much further, expanding into areas such as child care, climate change and education as the country inches back toward normalcy. The question is whether the pandemic fundamentally changed how Americans see the role of government, and whether they’ll welcome or punish Biden and Democrats for their plans in next year’s midterms or 2024. “I think that’s a fundamental question,” said Sen. Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Wellons Moore CapitoThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Emergent BioSolutions - Biden sales pitch heads to Virginia and Louisiana Adviser says Biden wants GOP support for infrastructure if 'possible' Biden-affiliated nonprofit group launches ad blitz in swing...
    THE IRS is trying to return unclaimed income tax refunds worth more than $1.3billion to taxpayers who never got around to filing a federal return for 2017. For those who have not received their stimulus checks and have not filed their federal returns since 2017, a collect tax refund worth more than 1.3billion out there. 2The IRS is trying to return $1.3billion in unclaimed income tax refundsCredit: Getty About 1.3million taxpayers who met the specific requirement will be happy to know that there is money available for them, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday. “We want to help people get these refunds, but they will need to quickly file a 2017 tax return,” IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig said. Due to the pandemic, the April 17 deadline to claim tax refunds has been extended to May 17. “Time is quickly running out for these taxpayers,” Rettig said.  2The April 17 tax refund deadline has been extended to May 17Credit: Getty The IRS believes the average person who would qualify for this late refund can earn about $865. However, the amount of money...
    ABC, CBS The reality TV bug has bitten Kaitlyn Bristowe. She previously appeared on The Bachelor, then was the lead on her own season of The Bachelorette and now this past fall, she won the coveted Mirrorball Trophy during Dancing With the Stars season 29. But she’s not done! She gave a recent interview where she talked about how “passionate” she is about Big Brother and how much she would love to be on the show.Bristowe Has Actually Had Dreams Where She’s on the ShowEP118: "Hello, Friends!" WITH KAITLYN BRISTOWE! A Woman Who Can Do It All!Kaitlyn Bristowe joins Eric and Nicole for a fun-loving, supersized episode of "Hello, Friends!" where she discusses everything from the power of manifestation to all of the things it has lead her to achieve, including this season's "Dancing with the Stars" mirrorball trophy! So whom from Bachelor Nation does she want to see on DWTS…2020-12-16T00:22:26Z In an interview for Big Brother alum Nicole Anthony’s podcast “Hello Friends,” Bristowe was asked if there are other reality shows she’d like to go on and...
    Stefani Reynolds/CNP via ZUMA Wire For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters.The US Postal Service Board of Governors told Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Friday that she would have to wait to find out whether the body would release its members’ financial disclosure forms. “The American people should not have to worry that the Postal Service Board of Governors are swimming in conflicts of interest.” Warren demanded the documents at the outset of the week, just before embattled US Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testified before the House Oversight Committee about operational changes he’s made to the postal service that have slowed mail and raised concerns among critics that he was deliberately handicapping the postal service as part of President Donald Trump’s attacks on vote by mail. In a letter sent to the board Monday morning, Warren noted her staff had requested the financial disclosures so the public could evaluate whether board members have financial conflicts of interest that would help inform why they were standing behind DeJoy’s actions that have hampered mail delivery. ...
    The indifference of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin as he kept his knee on the neck of the dying George Floyd translated to fury in the streets. And with that anger rose memories of other deaths and other brutal cops.  One question that accompanies all of it is: How do we separate out the bad cops? The Minneapolis Police Department has long talked of reform and had instituted a computerized early intervention system that was supposed to identify problem cops. Yet it still kept on the likes of Chauvin and the three other officers who did nothing as Floyd cried, “I can’t breathe” and “Mama!”
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