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Chess (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ansh Gupta

Founder & Owner of: Ansh Gupta Blog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer


People judge chess too much. I’ve met way too many people who think, Hey, it’s a board game, how fun can it be? 

In reality, chess is very exciting to watch. Learning just the rules of chess makes you know about 1% of the game. There are tactics, traps, openings, pins, attack, defense, and so much other stuff that your head will blow up. No one knows everything about chess, even the greatest grandmasters. There are about 50 openings, each of them having about 5-15 lines. And I haven’t even mentioned the weird lines and openings.

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It’s a Girl Thing (2 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Angi Abercrombie

Founder & Owner of: Abercrombie & Fitness

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Health & Fitness  Writer


It happens to the best of us but I’m pretty sure it’s an isolated girl thing.

We busy fem fatales accidentally put our fashionable, stretchy workout pants on inside out! (not backward, but inside out) Allow me to paint you a visual. Wearing yoga pants or leggings inside out is when the stitching and lining are actually showing. The tag and all of its machine washing instruction glory is waving in the wind for all to see. It’s also highly possible that the white triangle crotch area is fully exposed and completely visible. OH YEAH, have you been there? ? Continue reading It’s a Girl Thing (2 min read)

The Girl in Red – Vivid Symbolism in Schindler’s List (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Hannah Kubiak

Founder & Owner of: Writing and Other Creative Endeavors

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Art, Books, Entertainment and Writing Writer


Steven Speilberg’s 1993 film, Schindler’s List, tells the true story of a German businessman named Oskar Schindler, who is credited with saving 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his factory to keep them out of the death camps. At first, Schindler employs Jews because they are cheaper to hire, but as the story progresses his motives become more altruistic, and he brings himself to bankruptcy in an attempt to save as many lives as possible. Continue reading The Girl in Red – Vivid Symbolism in Schindler’s List (1 min read)

No Country for Old Men -A.K.A Show Me the Money (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Hannah Kubiak

Founder & Owner of: Hannah Kubiak

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Art, Books, Entertainment and Writing Writer


No Country for Old Men is a Coen Brothers film made in 2007 that follows a briefcase full of money that seems to bring corruption and destruction to everyone it touches. From it’s first shots of open desert landscape and the complete lack of soundtrack throughout, the main impression I got was one of emptiness. Continue reading No Country for Old Men -A.K.A Show Me the Money (1 min read)