Monthly Archives: May 2012

10 Quick Ways to Save Money

31 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

We all want to save money. For many of us, the day we started earning, we immediately began spending, enjoying the freedom from the constraints of our parents and their advice. For others, saving has always come completely naturally. These folks seem to be in the minority, however. If you find yourself spending twice the amount you planned after entering the shopping mall, you need to stop and rethink. The urge to spend money can be overwhelming at times, especially for those who are in debt. Take a look at the tips below to start saving money today.

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Proper Gym Etiquette

29 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

For those that don’t know, there is gym etiquette, but it is not posted at all, or may be a very small piece of paper at the corner of gym. See, the proper gym etiquette can seem like common sense to most experienced weight lifters, but if you are new to the gym, you had better learn the unsaid rules before you are branded ‘rude’ or something much worse. That said, are you familiar with gym etiquette? Take a look at the following tips and see how you rate.

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How to balance work and life

25 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

“All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”

Life is a medley of events that shape a person. Bread earning and subsequent enjoyment is the way of life for the common man. The growing imbalance between work and the simple pleasures of daily life has sent the victim into such frenzy that the person imbibes this precarious condition in his reality.

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8 Lifestyle Changers For a Healthy You

25 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

The hectic schedules and mounting work pressure in today’s life invariably forces people into taking up the most comfortable lifestyle, thus putting on stake their bodies. How often do we skip meals? How often do we go out for walks? Well, you answer yourself.

A quick reality check on whether the word “lazy” defines you too.

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9 Water Sports That Will Leave You Wanting More

24 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Water, apart from being the origin of life on this planet is also beloved by we Earthlings for its thrills as much as its beauty. Gone are the days of amusement water parks with their rules and lines; get real! Once you get a taste of the ocean and explore the depths of our planets natural pools and seas, you’ll never want to go back.  So, dive into this unmissable list of the world’s most thrilling water sports.

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10 Exotic Foods You Must Try

23 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Eating foods that look totally unfamiliar is something a lot of people dread; how do you know that you’re in for a culinary treat and not a gustatory disaster? If you’re the kind of person who is open to adventure and especially if you have a desire to travel, try to open your mind to some of the unfamiliar dishes that you will find along the way. It’s also important to remember that every country in the world has its own rich culinary heritage and ‘exotic’ food is really just food that is unfamiliar to you–sushi would not be considered ‘exotic’ in Tokyo, but hamburgers might!

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11 Reasons to Have Sex

20 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Not a lot of people will argue against sex being one of the most pleasurable feelings ever known to man. For some, sex is the answer when they are feeling stressed, burdened down by life’s challenges, and when they are looking to feel healthy again. For that purpose, we have compiled a list of reasons as to why having sex is good for you on a physical, spiritual, biological, and chemical level.

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Fundraising: The Simple Social Service

18 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

There is nothing quite as satisfying as engaging in some good community service activities, and knowing that your efforts have left a positive mark on someone’s life. Majority of us have taken part in fundraising events back in high school too, and it’s an increasingly popular social service activity, focusing it’s outreach on the youth. Social work needn’t be all serious work, it also needn’t be something you devote five out seven days a week too. If social work is something you wish to do, and if you want to involve a larger group of people into it, fundraising is perhaps the simplest and most fun way to go about it. Now of course, by simple we don’t mean that it will be an organizational cakewalk, however it is simple in terms of its approach and agenda. It can be as small or as big you’d like to make it, and it can be twisted in virtually any which way you like. Here’s a quick start guide on organizing a fundraising event in your locality:

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10 Must Have Places on Your Travel Bucket List

16 May, 2012 0 comments All life areas

If you’re that avid traveler who cannot live without traveling to one place or another from time to time, this is for you. Thrown in is a mix of destinations that you may already be familiar with and others you may not yet have heard of . The places to visit in our life time.

1. Venice, Italy – This wondrous city connected by bridges and canals is certainly a must visit simply because there is no other city like it. Blending together Italian charm and a peaceful ambiance,  you will have the time of your life sitting in a gondola and looking at the beautiful structures around you. In recent years, the city however has been under threat from global warming and rising water levels, however its charm remains untouched.

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Understanding the Basics of the Food Pyramid (Part 2)

12 May, 2012 0 comments Health

While the concept of a food pyramid originated in the United States, it has increasingly been welcomed and even strongly endorsed by health departments all over the world. What makes the food pyramid tick with people world over is its simplicity and focus on nutrition in a way that can be adapted to the needs of populations everywhere. In India, the food pyramid and dietary guidelines for Indians are issued by the National Institute for Nutrition along with a web initiative under the Centre for Chronic Disease Control. Given the diversity of a country like India, there will naturally be variations in the recipes, diet and food ingredients found in different parts of the country. The food pyramid has been adapted according to regions of India by the CCDC, and is based on the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) designed food pyramid.

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