Happy New Year 2015

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New Theme: Twenty Fifteen

Beautiful 🙂

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It’s that time of year again. The snow has started falling in northern countries, friends are gathering together to exchange presents, and it’s time to launch a beautiful new annual theme for WordPress.

Hello World, Twenty Fifteen is here.

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Twenty Fifteen is all about the details. Everything you publish is elegantly set in Noto Sans and Noto Serif, keeping the design harmonious and balanced in multiple languages around the globe. That polylingual pixel perfection is matched by its responsive design. From device to device, Twenty Fifteen will look smart and polished.

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The attention to detail is reflected in the menu design. Check out the descriptions under the links in the demo and the screenshots above. Learn how to add menu descriptions on the theme showcase page.

The fine details and strong structure make Twenty Fifteen look even better with a bit of customization. We have five featured color…

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The Pressure

Must read for all out there who are nearing the age of 30 or are already 30

Just A Small Town Girl...

I’m sure that you’ve all come across the popular and trending term known as the quarter-life crisis. It’s something that a lot of people in their twenties appear to be suffering from in some form or another. Just do a quick Google search and you’ll be overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of online articles and quizzes asking,  Are You Having A Quarter-Life Crisis?  Or helpfully listing for you the  25 Signs That You’re Definitely Having A Quarter-Life Crisis!

Why have quarter-life crises become such a phenomenon? In my opinion it’s because of the increasing amount of expectation and pressure that has been forced onto the twenty-something age-group and which as of recently is getting more and more intense and out of control. Once upon a time people used to look at their twenties as a care-free decade of independence before issues like settling down and mortgages needed to be…

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