9 Much Spoken About Star Saree Looks That We Saw In Current Times —

  The year is practically ending and we have actually seen quite some intriguing star looks previously. Especially the saree looks of a few of the celebrities were so stunning that they deserved being noted. Here we bring to you 9 most incredible celebrity saree looks that we saw in the current times. Each celeb […]

Tuesday: Hili dialogue — Why Evolution Is True

It’s Tuesday, the Cruelest Day, and October 9, 2018: National Dessert Day as well as World Post Day, commemorating the anniversary of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) which began in Switzerland in 1874. Before that, international delivery between two countries required a separate treaty and arrangements between those countries. The UPU, peace be upon them, […]

‘Weekends,’ ‘Mum’s the Words’ Win Big at Spain’s 3D Wire Animation Festival — Variety

  SEGOVIA, Spain — Spain’s 3D Wire, an increasingly important festival and market dedicated to animation, comics, video games, traditional gaming, VR and AR, wrapped its 10th edition this weekend in Segovia. Four days of industry workshops, works in progress presentations, meetings and much more culminated on Saturday night with an awards ceremony held at […]

How to Share Your Wi-Fi Password With a Friend on iPhone or iPad — Real World IT

  In the iOS operating system, there’s a handy feature that’s designed to let you quickly share your Wi-Fi password with a friend, and, if you’re at a friend’s house, to get the Wi-Fi password with just a tap. Source: How to Share Your Wi-Fi Password With a Friend on iPhone or iPad via How to […]

10 Unusual Things About Me — Uncustomary Housewife

  This is a wonderful and super cool blog post idea. This would be particularly beneficial for genre bloggers who passionately blog about a niche topic, like; mental health, parenthood, employment, etc… We are passionate people, but sometimes we lose our unique identities in the process. Me, for instance: I blog passionately about mental health. […]

“Why Can’t We Be Friends” Vegan Cabbage Poblano Pozole w/ Collard Greens — Food Fidelity

    Vegan Cabbage poblano pozole makes for a delicious and warming soup that comes together fast and can be included as part of your 30 minute meals repertoire. I’ve heard all the chatter about a cabbage soup diet being this miracle weight loss regimen. I’m not making that claim here, nor do I know […]

Trending Now: 10 Awesome Outdoor Ceilings to Inspire You

10. Artfully Spaced Slats The spectacular infinity pool, sunken dining area and million-dollar view may steal the show in this waterfront Miami abode, but don’t overlook its delicately detailed roof overhang. With its clean edges, crisp white color and irregular slat spacing, the roof cover is a fresh take on classic pergola design. Its lines…

Word of Mouth: San Miguel de Allende — COOL HUNTING

  Some of our favorite places in this historic, photogenic city Artistically and culinarily dynamic and ever-evolving, San Miguel de Allende (around 170 miles from Mexico City) is one of Mexico‘s most exciting and photogenic cities. Between the wonderfully wonky cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, baroque to neo-gothic architecture and bougainvillea-covered walls of the city, there’s […]

Japan’s Passport Most Powerful in the World When It Comes to Travel Freedom — Financial Post

LONDON — Japan has overtaken Singapore to claim the top spot on the 2018 Henley Passport Index, having gained visa-free access to Myanmar this month. Japan now enjoys visa-free/visa-on-arrival access to 190 destinations, compared to Singapore’s total of 189. The countries have been neck and neck since they both climbed to 1st place in February,… via […]

China promises not to weaken yuan, criticizes US concern — Financial Post

BEIJING — China’s government has promised not to weaken its currency to boost exports and rejected U.S. concern about the sagging yuan as groundless and irresponsible. A foreign ministry spokesman, Lu Kang, said Tuesday that Beijing has no intention of using “competitive devaluation” to make exports less expensive during a tariff fight with Washington. A… via […]

People’s ‘predictable irrationality’ and how it affects business — Financial Post

Duke University professor Dan Ariely writes in three voices: his academic voice, which he uses for scholarly publications; his newspaper voice, which he uses for his weekly advice column in the Wall Street Journal; and his third voice, which he used for his five books. Unlike some academics, Ariely’s expertise – behavioural economics – draws… via […]