Category "Lifestyle"

How To Make Money In Your Spare Time


Some say money doesn’t make a person happy, but we can all agree that you never seem to have enough of it. How To Money In Your Spare Time is a great and funny book that will teach you just how to make that extra cash. Oh, we should probably mention that these ways aren’t exactly …

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Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind


Continuing with Amazon’s best-selling books, we present Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. In this book, Dr. Yuval Noah Harari explores the evolution of humans and writes about the importance of biology and history in understanding our position in the world. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind follows the path of the human race and presents different …

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Ideas For Sharpening Your Problem-Solving Skills

Problem-solving doesn’t come easy for a lot of people. It’s important because you’re going to have to do so in your professional and personal life on a regular basis. Always turning to others for answers isn’t a good long-term resolution. The good news is that there are ways for you to sharpen your problem-solving skills …

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The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science


We have the pleasure of introducing you one of the best cookbooks you can get. The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science is all about the science of cooking. It covers all sort of popular American dishes and explores them from a different perspective. This book is a New York Times Bestseller and the winner of the 2016 …

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Humans of New York: Stories


You might know about Humans of New York from social media. The project first started in 2010 when a photographer Brandon Stanton had this amazing idea. He used his camera to take photos of people he stumbled upon in New York. Realizing he got some interesting stories from people, he soon started a blog and wrote it all down. Humans of New …

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Weekly Crossfit Exercises That Will Get You Ripped

Have you been trying to get ripped but it just seems like that weight just won’t fall off? Or maybe, you’ve even been trying to get ripped but your muscle growth seems slow? Well, maybe, the exercise regime that you are following just isn’t working for you and we have found something that might. We …

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Alone On The Wall | By Alex Honnold


You know those types of people that aren’t scared of heights and embark on crazy climbing adventures? We’re talking about that hardcore type of climbing without ropes or anything that can possibly save you from falling and dying. Alex Honnold is that person and Alone On The Wall is a book about a passion of his. This thirty-year-old …

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Aromatherapy For Men | No, It’s Not Only For Women

Aromatherapy is largely considered to be a feminine practice, but this is only a modern misconception. Tracing the roots of aromatherapy and essential oil use, we find that aromatherapy was as much, if not more so, a masculine practice rather than feminine. Links can be found in ancient China, Egypt, Rome, India and Greece with …

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Drift Triking Starter’s Guide

Usually we think of trikes (tricycles) as something that you get a 3-year-old for his birthday but Drift Triking takes things to the next level and it definitely isn’t for kids. Drift triking is thought to originate in New Zealand and then to have spread through Australia, Europe and America in 2011 when the American …

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Tech Lovers Gift Guide | 25 Unique Gift Ideas

With this Christmas Gift Guide we feature some of the newest high-end technology that will make life all the more easier and enjoyable. We are certain that you will find something, not only as gifts for someone else, but possibly for yourself as well. From drop-proof External Hard Drives all the way to R/C Helicopters, …

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