Today if I tell you that I’m going to select a PERFECT DRINK for you using the stars, you might roll your eyes, or call me a lunatic. Well, believe it or not your Zodiac Sign has much to say about your boozing desires and apathies. Remember how you always like beer while your best friend is a wine person – seems random? Well, ask your stars!!
The legal system can seem confusing enough as it is, but when crazy laws are thrown into the equation it makes you wonder what laws you may have unknowingly broken in your time. Every country has its ridiculous laws. Here are ten of the best.
Today we are going to talk about how would I travel around the world for the rest of my life. My dreams may be stupid and some of them impossible but I’m just not person who can stand in one place for too long. (Be prepared for long and boring writings by me. For those who don’t have the patience to read check out the bold sentences.)
Two weeks ago I talked about my plans for the future and how I would like to travel the world rather than live the life others call normal. ‘Hasan asked on that post:
I have a question though, you mentioned about deciding to take university or not cause it might get stuck in the way of your travels, how do you manage everything? Like I think if I start going around the world I will HAVE TO abandon the work and everything and…
Common fruits can make your run-of-the-mill teas an expedition through the tunnels of deliciousness!! I have enlisted a few fruits that we find everyday and everywhere, they are always a part of our grocery list, and their nutritional value is unparalleled. They are colorful, they are sweet, they are tangy – a bundle of joy; just add them to your basic tea recipes and get engulfed in their varied flavors each day!!
Instead of water, use hot & diluted apple juice (fresh or canned) to steep the tea. If you feel lazy, you can always add freshly chopped apple in your steaming-hot tea and let it infuse. Put some honey for a flare of sweetness. There is more to the cliché, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” than meets the eye. Rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin B Complex, dietary fiber and a plethora of minerals apples…
I often get asked photography questions: what camera I use, how to take good photos without a professional camera, etc. Everything in this post comes after a few years of taking photos and making lots of mistakes, but learning from most all of them (Sometimes you repeat the same mistake).
Lighting – For a good photography you will need good lighting. Start with natural light at your window sill; turn off all artificial light and don’t use your flash. Just see how beautifully the sunlight comes in. If the light is too strong, add a diffuser, such as a white curtain, to soften the light. If taking pictures during the day doesn’t work for your schedule (as it often doesn’t with mine) then I’d suggest investing in some lighting gear. Do not use your built-in flash. Ever! Don’t feel confined to taking photos in your kitchen. Move around to see…