Quiz: Can You Guess Which Country This Currency Is From?

They say money makes the world go round but, do they know where all of the money comes from? Take this quiz to find out if you can successfully match the currency to the Latin country it belongs to.

*Hint: the images printed on the money will help you figure out where it’s from.

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Women Are Sharing Why Gut Instincts Made Them Turn Down A Dream Job


Women Are Sharing Why Gut Instincts Made Them Turn Down A Dream Job

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We’re all familiar with the phrase “trust your gut.” Of course, while the ability to suss out a situation based on instinct might not always lead us down the easiest path, for the most part, many people believe that relying on our gut can help us get through even the hardest life experiences and oftentimes avoid them. In fact, according to research, the belief of trusting in one’s gut is upheld by over half of people living in the United States. But what about when your gut-instinct leads you away from something you might really want?

Recently, a post shared to Instagram about gut instinct caught our attention.

The post served as a reminder to us that its imperative to truly weigh what matters to you when considering a new job or promotion. Still, we couldn’t help but wonder what Latinas think. So we asked and got a whole heck of a lot of advice and answers.

Check them out below!

gverseukYessss! We need to be able to say no to a job with an organisation that we don’t think is right for us. However, this often isn’t an option for many of us, particularly womxn. 😩2d8 likesReply

meeze_82This is goals for me. To get my girls to where they can decline jobs offers becuase they’re smart and strong enough to know they can do better. 👏1d3 likesReply

theresalwayzplanzI took a job that paid more money but i didnt know what the work environment would be like. It was awesome making more money, but it was the first time i felt my mental health be in danger. I left. It was the best thing i did.1d2 likesReply

bellabelicenaAbsolutely! Prioritizing your mental wellness always comes first.♥️2dReply

jojajessI declined a job offer 2 wks ago during an interview. It was so awkward, but I was NOT feeling it. I flat out told her that I needed my job to contribute as much to me as I do to it.

“I ignored my gut for a job with a really significant pay increase in an upper management position. I regretted my decision the first few days I was there, the company culture was horrible, and the work hours were horrendous (11 hour days were seen as “normal”, you weren’t seen as a hard worker / dedicated employee unless you put in 70 hours or more.)” – TrifectaLoser

“I met a gentleman who said he always walks with the boss through the office. If the workers change their demeanor, for example stop smiling and talking and start looking busy, he won’t work there. Your thing looks similar, see how the employees interact and maybe even ask.” reidmrdotcom

“I may be stuck in my ways, but I won’t even go for an interview if I’m going to struggle commuting there, never mind moving to a new city etc just to take the job. But that said, definitely trust your gut.” –johnbarrymore2013

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Bella Thorne Made $2 Million On OnlyFans, Now She’s Apologizing To The Platform’s Sex Workers


Bella Thorne Made $2 Million On OnlyFans, Now She’s Apologizing To The Platform’s Sex Workers

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Bella Thorne is an actress, director, singer, model an OnlyFans record-breaker. Now she’s an apologizer.

The “Shake It Up” star might have risen to fame with her roles for Disney but in recent years she has carved out a career and profile for herself that promotes sex positivity and openness. Last year (in August) Thorne announced that she would make her directorial debut on Pornhun, a pornographic video sharing and pornography website. Her film, “Her & Him” earned her a Vision Award at the second annual PornHub Awards in Los Angeles. Soon after the win, Thorne announced that she had signed a partnership with the website to help change the company’s flagging algorithm.

It looks like Thorne isn’t done with taking home wins related to the adult entertainment industry though.

Last week, Thorne broke the internet when it was revealed that she had set a new record on the subscription-based social platform OnlyFans.

Within just 24 hours of joining the platform, Thorne hit the OnlyFans jackpot and set the record by becoming the platform’s first member to earn $1 million in just one day. By Wednesday, Thorne managed to rake in an additional $2 million.

Speaking to Los Angeles Times, Thorne outlined her plans for earnings from her account, stating that she plans to use her earnings for her production company and charity. To access Thorne’s content on the platform, fans have to pay a $20 a month subscription fee. According to The LA Times, Thorne intents on using her OnlyFans account as research for her next independent feature with director Sean Baker of The Florida Project and Tangerine.

“It’s a feature we are researching as I’m living it currently,” Thorne explained. “What are the ins and outs? What does a platform like this do to its users? What’s the connective material between your life and your life inside the world of OnlyFans? … How can it change your life for the worse and the better? How far are you willing to go, and how far do you WANT to go? You can be me, or this talented girl from Montana, and OnlyFans could change your life — if you want it to, of course.”

Soon after, the reveal, however, backlash sparked when OnlyFans announced new restrictions on the platform.

The site announced that they would be capping fan tips at $100 and pay-per-view post charges at $50. It was also revealed that the waiting period to transfer funds from the site to a bank account will take 30 days. Users were quick to blame Thorne for the changes.

“You scammed people, which in return made us look like scammers and not the hard-working people we are,” one sex worker commented.

“I hurt you and for that I’m truly sorry,” Thorne apologized in a series of tweets. “I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalize the stigmas.”

OnlyFans is a paid subscription platform that is mostly known for its adult and NSFW content.

Recently, “WAP” rapper Cardi B announced her plans to invest time in the platform to better connect with fans who truly support her. “I have a lot of people that claim they don’t like me,” Cardi B explained in an interview with CNN. “I want to have conversations with my real fans.”

The former reality star went onto explain that she won’t be appearing nude on the platform but intends to share content with fans that will take them behind the scenes of her projects.

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