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How to Achieve (Near) Bliss on an Overnight Flight

Contributed Post Image source Overnight flights are nothing more than a means to an end for most of us; we endure them because we want to see amazing far-flung destinations all over the globe – I bet you’ve never met someone who actively enjoys a long flight. They’re cramped, noisy and uncomfortable, which means that it’s pretty difficult to get any sleep too -they’re called red-eye flights for a reason – but what if I was to tell you they don’t have to be like that? Okay, so overnight flights are never going to be one of the greatest experiences fo your life, but there are lots of things you can do to make them pretty comfortable. No, you won’t achieve bliss 3000ft in the…
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Which Celebrities Have Private Jets (And How Much Do They Cost)?

Contributed Post Some celebrities prefer to live below their means, taking the tube when in London and living in homes much smaller than they can afford. This is very honourable and eco friendly of them. Other celebrities like to buy a minimum of 5 flashy cars, and travel around in private jets, just because they can. Which celebrities are in the latter category – and if we’re being nosy; how much do those jets cost? Read on to find out… picture Talk Show Host Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey worked her way up to the top all by herself. She started out in small radio shows before eventually being able to interview celebrities when her name was still pretty much unknown. Her amazing work ethic means…
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5 Reasons Why Plastic Tags Are the Most Overlooked Marketing Tool

https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2017/03/03/13/57/key-2114047_960_720.jpg The human brain has adapted pretty well to ignore even the most alluring advertisements. The sheer number of banners, billboards, and targeted online ads have trained people to overlook in-your-face adverts. It has almost become a muscle memory. We almost automatically hit the ‘X’ button whenever we are greeted by pop-ads on the internet. It’s so common that they actually have a name for it. It’s called banner blindness. These are trying times for marketing experts as they are struggling to get their audiences to pay attention. As it turns out, few of the more old-school ways of promoting businesses still pack a hefty punch. One of them is plastic key tags. In this post, we explore few of the reasons why we believe…
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Yes, Music Really is Good for Your Health

Image source Bob Marley once said that one of the good things about music was that when it hit you, you feel no pain and he was right. He might not have known it to be true in the scientific sense, but he felt that music had the power to heal, and you know what? It can do much more than simply soothe your pain! If you love music, you’ll be happy to know that scientists have found numerous health benefits associated with both listening to and playing it… Music is a Form of Pain Relief As Bob Marley realized, music can relieve pain, and not just in the emotional sense. Studies have shown that playing music that you enjoy for at least 10-minutes can…
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How Modern Cars Are Aiming to Eliminate Deaths on the Road

Contributed Post Many of the world’s leading car manufacturers are very open about their aims to eliminate deaths on the road in the near future. You have to appreciate the ambition of those statements, but what’s actually happening to suggest this is at all possible? It seems like a lot to aim for, but there are some particular things that  suggest modern cars are on the right path to eliminating deaths on the road. Read on to learn about them. Drivers Can Now Use Drowsiness Alerts Being alerted when you’re getting drowsy is definitely a good way to make the roads safer. Even falling asleep at the wheel for a fraction of a second can lead to complete disaster and deaths on the road. So…
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