About Caroline Hindle, M.A.

Caroline Hindle is a professional writer, editor, and translator based in the UK. She has an M.A. in Ancient World Studies from the University of Manchester and has earned the Senior Johnson Prize for Best Finalist in Classical Subjects. Caroline has over 6 years of experience in writing and editing and has worked for companies like Macmillan Publishers Ltd. She also has vast experience in teaching the English language to non-native speakers and has worked as an English teacher in Greece for more than 5 years. Caroline has a wide spectrum of interests, including philosophy, history, science, literature, politics, morality, and popular culture.

10 Remarkable British Inventions That Changed World History

By |2020-05-20T19:32:19+03:00September 23rd, 2019|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: |

On starting my research into the inventions that changed world history, I couldn’t believe so many indispensable things had British origins. Apparently, we keep our achievements to ourselves. According to Japanese research, more than forty percent of inventions in the last 50 years have been British ones. That’s quite an astonishing boast for a small island with a (relatively) small population. Some of the British inventions that follow are so integral to our daily lives that I can hardly choose which I rank as most

Remarkable Earthing Benefits for Body and Mind Revealed by Eye-Opening Research

By |2020-02-23T16:42:07+03:00August 13th, 2019|Categories: Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , |

In today’s world of information overload, we can forgive you for suspecting that the phenomenon of “earthing” doesn’t have any scientific basis. However, you may be surprised to hear that research conducted by a group of medical professionals into the benefits of earthing has yielded interesting results. The earthing benefits we have been hearing about for so long from the margins of society are beginning to garner support in the scientific literature. What is earthing? Earthing or “grounding”, as it is sometimes called, is simply

Why You Are Feeling Lost in Life and What to Do about It

By |2020-04-18T16:48:47+03:00May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Personal Growth, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , |

If you’re feeling lost in life, you’re not alone, especially if you belong to the younger generation. More than ever people are disconnected from reality and caught up in a fantasy world where everything appears perfect. Everybody seems happy, everybody seems to be living their dream, to be successful, to be making money and to be having fun while they do it. The reality is anything but the case. Talking to a couple of university lecturers, I found that young people are more than ever

10 Signs That You Might Be Overly Attached to Your Past

By |2019-08-12T00:05:36+03:00March 28th, 2017|Categories: Personal Growth, Relationships & Social Life, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , , , |

You might be overly attached to your past, and you might not even be aware of it. Have you ever had that feeling that there’s something going consistently wrong with your life and that you just can’t seem to get it right? 1. You keep making the same mistakes. Do you ever get a Déjà vu feeling about your experiences in life? If you feel that you are caught up in patterns of failure in life and relationships that seem to repeat themselves, or if you

When Everything Goes Wrong, Remember These 8 Truths

By |2019-08-11T23:57:26+03:00March 1st, 2017|Categories: Inspirational, Personal Growth, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , , |

There come times our lives when everything seems to go wrong. Suddenly, your world is crumbling around you and you’ve nowhere to turn. It’s important, when you feel that everything is falling apart in your life, to sit back and take stock. Take advantage of this time of crisis to gain perspective on what’s really important to you. When everything goes wrong for you, take comfort from these 8 truths: 1. We’re all boiling in the same pot People are not always so forthcoming about

7 Signs Your Fear of Commitment Is Preventing You from Being Happy

By |2019-07-01T21:10:57+03:00February 7th, 2017|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , , , |

Fear of commitment is a common phobia, and even those who are comfortable with making some commitments in their lives don't do so lightly. Before we talk about the fear of commitment, let's give a definition of the word "commitment" first. It means a pledge, and something binding you to a particular path of action. It therefore inevitably reduces your field of possibilities. Because commitment limits you to certain actions, it necessarily deprives you of certain possibilities for pleasure. It’s easy to understand, therefore, why

7 Reasons Why Being Real Is More Important Than Being Nice

By |2019-07-01T21:06:30+03:00February 2nd, 2017|Categories: Relationships & Social Life, Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

I’d like to preface this article by briefly pointing out what I mean by being real. Being real is not the same thing as being cruel or malicious. Criticizing people, insulting them, and pointing out their failures for sport is not being real, it's being abusive. Being real is about taking the time and making the effort to be genuine with people, and it can make a big difference to your sense of self-worth and the quality of your relationships with people. Now, there are

Toxic Love and 8 Unexpected Reasons Why You’re Attracting It

By |2019-08-11T23:58:36+03:00January 27th, 2017|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , , , |

Toxic love, when it really comes down to it, is any love affair that makes you feel in some way bad or uncomfortable. We could describe any love affair in which anxiety and pain are more common a feature than contentment and pleasure as toxic. It’s common for people to blame others for being toxic individuals when in every relationship there are two people involved in creating a toxic dynamic. How do you know that you’re in a toxic love relationship? You’re in a toxic love