Caturday: Cats Are Funny ... and Adorable - Post 328 1

Caturday: Cats Are Funny … and Adorable – Post 328

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Funny Cats The videos are absolutely hilarious! Some felines love to give us a little hard time, don’t they? One of their pleasures is to destroy our things, especially the things we like or need the most.     I AM NOT A LEOPARD, I JUST LOOK LIKE ONE! DO YOU LOVE ME? THREE’S COMPANY […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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Work Hard Inspire Yourself Be Brilliant and Thrive - Post 327 4

Work Hard Inspire Yourself Be Brilliant and Thrive – Post 327

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PAUSE IF YOU MUST…BUT DON’T STOP! GET TO WORK! There is no magic pill to success. You need to work hard and adore what you do if you want to accomplish your purpose in life. It is annoying to hear people complain about money all the time and how hard everything is, but they don’t […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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Delicious French Fries for a Messy Food of the Day - Part 2 7

Delicious French Fries for a Messy Food of the Day – Part 2

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CANADIAN POUTINE FRIES   FRENCH FRIES A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY FIRST VERSION They were invented in Belgium, in its French country area, back in the beginning of the 18th century. Since then, selling french fries in Belgium has been considered very profitable and it is the most popular street food. I compare this tradition […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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4 Delicious Messy Fun Foods of the Day 11

4 Delicious Messy Fun Foods of the Day

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MESSY FOOD OF MY LIFE: I have many passions in my life, being my family number one,  medical science second, then not in any particular order: traveling, cats, cars, music, cycling, movies, farming, gardening, blogging, reading, learning languages and food, I love food, it’s one of my true passions, and if there’s a special kind of […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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Coping with Heartbreaking Grief and Guilt during the 2018 Holidays 15

Coping with Heartbreaking Grief and Guilt during the 2018 Holidays

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COPING WITH GRIEF IN THESE HOLIDAYS Coping with grief these holidays can be very rough. When you lose somebody, either to death or a breakup, it can be so darn difficult it can break your heart. But there is hope, there are things that you can do to help yourself to cope with the pain. […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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5 Most Important Scientific Discoveries of the Year 17

5 Most Important Scientific Discoveries of the Year

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This year 2018 has been marked by interesting discoveries and advances in different science fields. This list includes some that I find important enough to mention in this scientific closing post of the year: THE ROSEHIP NEURON “We don’t yet understand what these cells might be doing in the human brain, but their absence in […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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10 Things I Hate About Christmas 21

10 Things I Hate About Christmas

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10 Things I hate about Christmas 1. I hate it that original Claymation Christmas stories have gone out of fashion! 2. I hate it that I can only find the best Christmas candy cane ONLY this time of the year. 3. People calling Xmas decorations “decs”. Nearly as bad as writing “Xmas” 4.  I dislike […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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3 Best Colorful Delicious Christmas Dinner Ideas 25

3 Best Colorful Delicious Christmas Dinner Ideas

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#1 Christmas Dinner Ideas: Standing Rib Roast Ingredients 6 teaspoons of lemon-pepper seasoning 6 teaspoons of paprika 3 teaspoons garlic salt 2 teaspoon dried rosemary, crushed 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 bone-in beef rib roast (67 to 8 pounds) 4 cups beef stock Directions Preheat oven to 325°. In a small bowl, mix the first […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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Happy Saturnalia 2018 ... a little bit of History 26

Happy Saturnalia 2018 … a little bit of History

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HAPPY SATURNALIA December 17-23 Predating the birth of Jesus by centuries, this Ancient Roman celebration, in honor of the God Saturn, is marked by parties, gift-giving, and role reversals. The first-century AD poet Gaius Valerius Catullus described Saturnalia as ‘the best of times’: dress codes were relaxed, small gifts such as dolls, candles and caged […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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4 Best Festivals of 2018 to Celebrate Happiness and Fun 27

4 Best Festivals of 2018 to Celebrate Happiness and Fun

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HARBIN ICE SNOW IN CHINA Harbin Ice and Snow fiesta is China’s original and greatest ice artwork festival, attracting hundreds of thousands of local people and visitors from all over the world. The first Ice lanterns were a winter-time tradition in northeast China. During the Qing Dynasty(1644 – 1911), the locals and fishermen often made […Read more…LIKE, FOLLOW, COMMENT…]

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