Supplies for Your Gap Year

If you’re going to travel the world, whether you plan to find yourself, volunteer with a charity or just party, you’re going to need the right equipment with you. You’re no longer limited to a backpack and a well thumbed guide to travelling Asia on a budget – there are lots of handily portable gadgets and supplies that will make your life easier and safer as you see the world. Mobile Phone If...

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5 Real Techniques to Help you Save on your Honeymoon

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The perfect honeymoon is truly the cherry on top of a wonderful wedding. Honeymoon’s are a great way for a bride and groom to celebrate their new partnership. Some nice rest and relaxation with your significant other could be exactly what you need after a stressful planning period prior to your big day. While you may want to celebrate your union in style, you may also not want to break the bank or...

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The Art of Pain

“That’s the thing about pain. It demands to be felt.” Oh who would not know this line from the John Green tear-jerker book turned movie “The Fault in Our Stars.” It is true, though. Pain is will always be part of our existence; and it awakens your senses so you will actually feel you are alive. Pain starts when doctors have to spank babies’ butt cheeks right after delivery and ends when...

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6 Survival Tips and Strategies for Holiday Travel

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Aside from all the hustle and bustle and excitement of the holidays in general, it’s a great time to visit distant family and friends. If you live in a separate state or area from your family, you may be planning to take a road trip or fly out to visit for a few days. Traveling during the holiday season can be hectic and I’m sure the last thing you want around this time of year is added stress. Here...

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