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Krisztina Hogye

Krisztina Hogye

Krisztina Hogye is a contributing writer for Vertikal Life Magazine and a senior at Bennington College, studying Video, Entertainment Journalism, and Psychology. She has a deep dedication to personal development and is interested in the integration of the spiritual and psychological wisdom of the East and West.She has a strong desire to make a positive difference in the world by inspiring readers to surpass mediocre and achieve their dreams.

 

 

 

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 It has been confirmed: the script for the third movie of the sequel has been written! Meg Cabot, the author of The Princess Diaries book series, reported to Entertainment Weekly that the script exists. She added that if the movie does get made it would be a tribute to Garry Marshall the director of the first two movies who passed away in 2016. Cabot gave no further details other than that the movie would be slightly different from the book series remarking that she thinks of them as "two different universes."

 The Aftermath of Breakup...

The heart-rending French drama, After Love, by the director and co-writer Joachim Lafosse, brings its audience into a home of Marie (enacted by Berenice Bejo) and Boris (enacted by Cedric Khan) and their two angelic young daughters. The intimately painful familial situation arises from the devoted warmth coming to a halt after 15 years of love. Marie and Boris have separated but continue to live together due to financial problems. The film discusses how two parents unknot the situation while still taking care of each other – neither of them are portrayed as the 'good' or 'bad guy,' but both characters' tenderness is acknowledged, and after all, they do still care about each other and their daughters very much.

The film discusses how two parents unknot the situation while still taking care of each other – neither of them are portrayed as the 'good' or 'bad guy,' but both characters' tenderness is acknowledged, and after all, they do still care about each other and their daughters very much. 

 

 

Inspires Millennials to Follow Their Intuition and Pursue Their Dreams - Without a College Degree

 

The millennial generation's office space looks less like the traditional 9-to-5 cubicle work places and more like flexible schedules from the comfort of their home. Less and less young adults feel the need to go to college, yet the millennial generation is thriving in new job markets, such as YouTube. Why is this so, and how are 18-year olds inspired to follow their dreams and pursue online careers, such as being a YouTuber full time? In an interview with Stella Rae, YouTuber, and social media influencer, we uncovered the drive that enables fresh high school graduates to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.

Stella Rae is an 18-year-old beauty and lifestyle vlogger, living out her dreams of being a full-time YouTuber in Los Angeles. Sitting down for the interview, she smiles wholeheartedly and seems to radiate the exact same positive energy as in her videos. If you've seen any of her uploads, you know just how authentic she is and how her honesty shines through. She has absolutely nothing to hide, everything to share.

She tells us that she has been making videos since she was ten. "I could share my life and things I was interested in with the rest of the world. I got into makeup and fashion and then I turned vegan so my videos became more centered around that. So, it's really like a reflection of how I've changed and grown up."

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