Online dating is a minefield! Even for the most optimistic of daters, logging on to find love can often be more of a bad experience than a pleasure. Here are 7 worst types of guys you’ll meet online. 1. The Houdini Intense emails, life stories and declarations of ‘connections’ and ‘amazing similarities’. The Houdini ‘feels … Continue reading ONLiNE MEN!
Aim to read one book per week
Want to expand your mind? A little bit of effort every day goes a long way.
In the Quora thread, “What would you do to be a little smarter every single day?”, readers shared the habits they follow to fuel their brains.
Here are some simple actions that could help you become a smarter person.
1. Come up with 10 ideas every day
Think about how to reduce poverty, how to solve a daily problem you have, interesting movie ideas, or anything. It doesn’t matter what subject your ideas fall into, as long as you’re working your brain and your idea muscles. Your list might even lead to a new startup idea or writing subject.
2. Read the newspaper
It will help you become more aware of the important things happening around the word. You’ll learn to form your own opinions and connect…
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Book reports are no fun, usually. After all, you have to read a book that’s a bazillion pages long about somebody who lived a long time ago and said things like “I wot not what wot I thought I wot.” And the whole time you’re reading, you’re saying, “Huh?” No wonder why people resort to watching movie adapted from books, in that way they don’t have to read the long boring book, right? Wrong. That may sound like a good idea, but the problem is that if you do a book report on movie, you’re putting a lie on paper! And movies based on books always skip a lot of stuff!
I have read a couple of books and then watched movies based on them, but at the end of every kind of these movies I feel sad and cheated. Quick examples “The Fault In Our Stars”…
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By marriage proposal I mean, the man goes down on one knee and pops the question -"will you marry me..." Do men actually still propose to their partners for marriage? In a typical Ugandan society, the answer will be NO.The marriage proposal culture was only adopted from the foreigners commonly known as whites. To them, … Continue reading Embracing the marriage proposal culture
Exactly what I needed to know
Growing up, I only got to see my parents most often in the evenings that meant expecting something and apples were some of the things they brought back home. I found and still find them quite delicious fruits! They have a striking color and it is no coincidence that they have a rosy aroma given that they are part of the rosaceous family of plants.
Did you know that apples also contain fiber where 4 grams of it is enclosed in the apple? It is from what the apple contains and its benefits to man that the proverb “An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away” was generated. Well, the original phrase was, ‘‘Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” In the 19th century and early 20th century, the phrase evolved to “an apple a day, no doctor to…
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