Lucrecia Dobler

Lucrecia Dobler

Bio: Lucrecia is a journalist and English bachelor from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has a passion for writing, research, design, and teaching. She has been a Literature teacher for the past 6 years, and she has helped design educational material in English for almost as much. She loves reading, cinema, and music. She hopes to grow as a writer and her writing to be fun and inspiring.

Parental Burnout: How to Cope with Exhaustion, 2 Years
after the Pandemic

Parental burnout is a syndrome by which parents experience general exhaustion and high levels of stress. Back in the 80s, when this term became known, it referred to parents of children with severe health problems, who inevitably would become emotionally exhausted and drained. Nowadays, the term parental burnout is used to encompass all parents who experience chronic physical, mental and emotional stress as a result of their parenting activities

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Netflix Psychological Thrillers to Binge Over the Weekend

Political corruption, murders, time travels, mystery islands, and secret spies, this selection has some of the best new thriller additions to the Netflix catalog. They are all 6 episode long or less, which make them perfect to binge-watch during the weekend.

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Ukraine Begins First War Crimes Trial

Ukraine began today the first trial for war crimes in a Kyiv court. The preliminary hearing was held today in a case against a 21-year-old Russian sergeant who is accused of killing a 62-year-old unarmed Ukrainian civilian. The soldier could be facing up to 10 to 15 years or life in prison, for violation of the laws and customs of war.

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5 Ideas to Reduce Food Waste

Food waste is responsible for a considerable percentage of carbon emissions. Massive amounts of food are produced every day to meet consumer demands. However, a lot of this food goes to waste after a couple of days, and it is seldom discarded properly. Reducing the amount of food that we throw away can help not only reduce open dumping and wastewater but also it can help industries make more efficient use of the land.

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Op-Ed: Musicians Kissing Fans on Stage is Weird

We have grown used to these little numbers. The singer or band reaches a point in their show, typically during the same song, where a fan gets invited onto the stage. The singer goes on to perform for the fan, then comes the kiss. Sometimes it is just a friendly hug, others a little peck, we have even seen the strangest things as well, singers stripping fans down, ripping their clothes off, touching their bodies, giving a child their first kiss, or that one time a fan got peed on.

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Tennis: Rafael Nadal Loses to Young Compatriot Carlos Alcaraz

Rafael Nadal was 19 years and a little over four months old when, in October 2009, he became the youngest Madrid Masters champion. A record he lost last week when compatriot Carlos Alcaraz scored four victories and became the youngest Madrid masters finalist at 19 years and three days old.

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Op-Ed: Javier Milei: How an Anarcho-Capitalist could Become President of Historically Populist Argentina

For the past couple of years, historically left-wing populist Argentina has seen the rise in popularity of libertarian economist, Javier Milei. The self-proclaimed, anarcho-capitalist economist, who although relatively new in the Argentine political landscape, seems to be collecting the votes from a big portion of the population who is tired of the uncontrollable inflation, high taxes, and disproportionate size of the public sector.

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5 Best Solid Perfumes for This Summer

With forecasters predicting one of the hottest summers in New York, solid fragrances will likely become a staple in everyone’s purse. Longer lasting, eco-friendly, and easy to carry around wherever you go, many brands have been coming up with their own solid perfumes. While solid perfumes have been around for a long time—this is how fragrances were stored before body sprays were invented—lately, we have been seeing a lot of perfume sticks coming up on TikTok and Instagram. And with the hottest days of the year just around the corner, we have found the 5 best solid perfumes for the summer.

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‘Aquaman 2’ Will Only Have 10 Minutes of Mera on Screen

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is one of the most anticipated DC movies at the moment. Its release, which was originally slated for December this year, was postponed to March 2013 for several reasons, including the director, James Wan, needing extra time to work on the director’s cut of the film.

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Bad Bunny Releases New Album, “Un Verano Sin Ti” 

“Un verano sin ti,” Spanish for “A summer without you,” is the name of Bad Bunny’s latest record, released just today after two years since his last studio album. The new album is 1 hour and 20 minutes long and it has 23 songs featuring collaborations with artists like Rauw Alejandro, Bomba Estéreo, The Marías, and Chencho Corleone.

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Louisiana Advances Bill that Classifies Abortion as Homicide 

Last Wednesday, the House Committee for the Administration of Criminal Justice advanced a bill that criminalizes abortion as homicide. House Bill 813 grants constitutional rights to all fertilized eggs, therefore women that decide to terminate her pregnancy could be charged with murder.

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UEFA Bans All Russian Teams from Champions League

The Union of European Football Associations had an executive meeting last Monday, where they decided to ban Russian teams from all competitions until further notice. The implications of this decision being that Russia’s bid to host the men’s Euros in 2028 or 2032 was also rejected, as the entire country is now deemed ineligible. The men’s national team will not be allowed to participate in Nations League, and it will be relegated at the end of the group stage to League C.

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