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Six Destinations for Improving Your Spanish

By Jessica Thiefels Research indicates that Spanish is the most widely used language throughout North, Central and South America, spanning 427,000,000 native speakers across 21 countries, making it one of the best second languages to learn, according to this interactive Languages of the World Map. While...

Packing Light Without Sacrificing Your Personal Style

By Lindsey Patterson Packing Light Without Sacrificing Your Personal Style Style is personal. No two people share the same style, which is what makes it so beautiful. Your own style is what makes you unique, and it’s what makes you stand out from everyone else when you’re traveling to Europe or Asia or...

How American and European Dining Manners Differ

By Lauren Brown European and American eating manners tend to differ especially when it comes to using fork and knife. For someone who was raised the traditional American style, what you probably know is that you are supposed to cut food with the knife in the right hand, the fork in the left hand, and then...

St. Patrick’s Day Infographic

St. Patrick’s Day is certainly a fun day to celebrate and many from all walks of life do so. It is also a good day to consider using Lyft or Uber. I am happy to share this infographic by WalletHub. Source: WalletHub Maralyn D. Hill, The Epicurean Explorer Executive Editor, Luxe Beat Magazine...

Importance of a Well-Maintained Landscape

By Charlie Brown Today the United States of America has become much greener than before. Turfgrass has become a staple of parks and houses around the country. There are around 80 million home lawns spread all over the nation as per statistics revealed by a study conducted by the Ohio State University. 50...

8 Essential Elements for Planning a Cottage Garden

By Victor Riordion What would you do to make your place look mesmerizing? Of course, you will make it look more presentable and beautiful for visitors to be attracted. Cottage gardens can be an additional thing to make your place look more alluring. You can design your cottage garden with more creative...

Fuzzy Balls for the tennis lover

February 23rd was Tennis day, but March 6th is World Tennis Day. You can surprise the tennis lover with  a fragrance created to smell like opening a new can of tennis balls. What is it?  Its Demeter Fragrance’s “Fuzzy Balls.”   I didn’t believe it, when I heard about “Fuzzy Balls.” But then I got a sample...

8 Things to Consider before Taking an Ibogaine Trip

By: Stephen Bitsoli Bare-Bone or Luxury Rehabs Medical tourism – traveling to another country for medical services, primarily surgeries – is big business. It used to be popular in less-developed nations, whose citizens would come to the United States or another, usually western, nation for treatments or...

A Guide to 457 Visa Application – Australia

The scope for opportunities in Australia makes it a perennially popular destination for overseas workers looking for employment with a view towards becoming a permanent resident of the country. This can be achieved through the 457 visa scheme, whereby an overseas skilled worker completes a sponsored work...

Homes and Roofs- Decorating and Repair Tips

By John Wayne Decorating a home does not have to be difficult or expensive. With some inspiration and creativity you will be able to change your home into the type of space that fits your personality, lifestyle and functionality needs. From blogs to magazines, there are limitless resources you can use to...

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