Author Archive: Eric San Juan

Geeky Christmas: What to Buy The Fanatic Person In Your Life

Contributed Post Of all the people on earth, everyone should reserve a special place in their heart for the people who live with passion. They’re the people who don’t do things by half: they go all in, and will willingly let themselves be consumed by the things they love. While this is inspiring to see on a daily basis, there’s also another advantage: it makes buying presents for them all the more straightforward. Below, we take a look at a few types of gifts you can get for that fanatic person in your life. Source: Pexels.com Special Edition, Special Christmas It’s hard to explain just how deep into the rabbit hole some people are willing to go for the things they love. To some people,…
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You Love Your Garden, But What About Your Family?

Contributed Post If you’re an avid gardener, then you don’t need to be sold the virtues of a well-maintained green space. You’re able to derive pleasure from planning what you’ll do with your garden, getting your hand stuck into the soil, and all-around making sure that the space at the back of your house is in tip-top condition. But here’s a question for you: how much does the rest of your family love your garden? You’re not the only one who lives there! Below, we take a look at five ways you can ensure everyone enjoys your green space as much as you do. Source: Pexels.com Bringing the Fun If you have children, then as much as you’d like to think otherwise, it’s unlikely that…
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Intelligently Pursuing What Is Rightfully Yours In Life

Contributed Post Pexels Thanks to the (quite right) political correctness of our era, a difficult side effect has occurred. We, as a people, are getting almost too polite in our ways. In order to maximise our social cohesion and simply enjoy a life well lived, we’re often overly accepting of other people. This can sometimes blind us to the real way of the world. Sometimes, people don’t have your best interests at heart. Not everyone wants to be your friend. People might also view you as competition or an obstacle on their path to success. This sounds like a depressing mentality to keep, but it really isn’t. It doesn’t ignore the fact that the vast majority of people are good, hard working and decent people….
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City Cycling: How Not to Crash

Leisurely riding through the countryside on a Sunday afternoon is one thing, but trying to navigate your bike through a city centre during rush hour is quite another. Using a bicycle as your means of transport to and from work is a great idea. It boosts your fitness, and therefore your health, and it means you aren’t contributing to the mass emissions our cities now suffer with. It’s also one of the most cost-effective ways of travelling through a city. Unfortunately, it can also be one of the most dangerous ways to travel. So, here are a few tips for staying safe on your bike in the city. Pixabay Everyone’s an Idiot When you want to stay safe in the city, you have to assume…
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m2 – a burning orange sun you can’t forget

I recorded this in 2013 and 2014 right after I recorded Falling Back Into it, but I only pulled it together in 2016, and completely neglected to post it online until now. Think I just wasn’t sure about this one. I wanted to produce a positive m2 record, one that was somehow uplifting in its sprawling drones, and this didn’t fit the bill. Then life changed and I forgot to acknowledge it. But now it’s posted. This is the most recent collection of m2 music, though it’s NOT the latest m2 music. New material should be coming shortly, with a lot to follow in 2018. I have new material in the works that pushed the boundaries of what I’ve considered m2, plus a collection of…
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