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Dare to be Yourself

by puneeth2314 in Advice, January 31, 2015

Being true to oneself is not for the faint of heart.

Would You Ever Dress Up Like The Opposite Sex?

by Curious Being in Advice, January 29, 2015

What if life puts you in a spot that forces you to dress up like the opposite sex?

Making The Best Use of an Opportunity

by Raylinxs in Advice, January 28, 2015

Opportunities are like lifelines needed to access the various phases of life.

15 Life Hacks to Simplify Your Life

by Mandame in Advice, January 28, 2015

Life hacks are perfectly simple ways to make everything easier in ways you never thought possible. It’s not clear whether life hacks are the product of people who just think outside the box to find solutions or people who have just tried all the wrong ways of doing things. If you don’t want to go through years of trial and error, take a look at these genius life hacks. You’ll turn your daily routine into a breeze or just make you look like a genius at your next party.

Nine Anti-aging Secret Weapon Foods You Didn’t Know About!

by healthmagnet in Advice, January 28, 2015

How to fight the aging process naturally with healthy and organic foods.

A Man Trying to Sell Himself

by mohammed ismail in Advice, January 27, 2015

A real life story, taking you all from his career path to his current status.

Aunt Jemima Trademark

by Ms Ann01 in Advice, January 27, 2015

The iconic symbol -Aunt Jemima trademark is looking to harvest some profit. The great-grandsons of the woman whose image is on the Aunt Jemima brand say they are entitled to a percentage of the company’s revenue for the use of the great-grandmother’s image.

What’s in a Name?

by johnbee79 in Advice, January 27, 2015

In France you must choose to name your child according to court rules However that is not the only country where you are held accountable for what you name your baby, Here are a few examples that arte on the list. Take heed and be enlightened.

Don’t Lose Hope

by Sasha2014sux in Advice, January 27, 2015

Giving up might seem like the last choice at times. Just look up sometimes the answer is right there in front of your eyes.

Ski Trip Biathlon: Accuracy Training

by donaldsoolar in Advice, January 27, 2015

A usual ski trip is more often purely dedicated for recreational purposes. Few would think of winter vacations as something beyond the parameters of having fun and spending quality time with friends and loved ones. But some individuals consider vacations as an invaluable extension of their career. In other words, they go to vacation to go to work. This philosophy not only applies to traveling writers but is best understood in the perspective of dedicated career athletes. After all, environment plays an invaluable role in the overall training conditions. Speaking of athletes, professional biathlon players serve as the best paradigm for using ski outing as an avenue for intensified training. One of the key aspects of their overall performance is accuracy.

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