Don’t Start List

Don’t Start List

“If you are eating something and you find it difficult to stop, don’t start.” Said my super smart best friend Gail. That goes for healthy stuff too. We had this conversation yesterday morning. We both decided the first item on our “Don’t Start List” is cashews. We know they are considered healthy to most people. […]

via Don’t Start — plankful

Climate change and Iceland

Climate change and Iceland
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Russell Cook writes: I kid you not. From tonight’s (8/23/16) PBS NewsHour broadcast segment titled “To combat climate change, these scientists are turning CO2 into rock“, these quotes from the discussion segment host and two of the speakers, regarding recapturing CO2 from Icelandic geothermal activity: MALCOLM BRABANT: “Because it is self-contained within the geothermal power […]

via Hump Day Hilarity – infinite carbon loop — Watts Up With That?

A day in Matheran: The no honking hill station

This looks like a wonderful place. 🙂

Life in Trips

Matheran is the smallest hill station in India located in Raigad district of Maharashtra. Lush green trees surround it from all sides making it so exotic that every few kilometers, there is valley view point marked for tourists. Matheran is an Eco-sensitive zone and there are no vehicles allowed here. People travel on their feet and horses here. There is absolute serenity and you feel so close to nature.

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Matheran is a place for people who enjoy scenic landscapes and wish to relax in peace. If you are looking for party destinations Matheran is simply not the place for you.

We reached Mumbai, then took a local train to Neral, closest station to Matheran, usually a toy train runs from Neral to Matheran. The toy train is a must try attraction as you can enjoy the spectacular views on the way.

Unfortunately when we reached there, toy train was not…

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Vanilla Cake In A Mug

Vanilla Cake In A Mug

Vanilla Cake In A Mug We are still unpacking, so I have not yet started to bake again yet. These microwave 1 cup cakes are a perfect solution for those moments when you want something sweet, without too much fuss. Yaffa said that she wanted a vanilla cake, and that she likes vanilla more than […]

via Vanilla Cake In A Mug — cookingforthetimechallenged

Caffeine is

Caffeine is

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I like to drink lemon and mint tea with herb tea. It soothe my throat. We were staying in hotel they had very beautiful packets for different type of tea.

I had  little congestion in my throat so in restaurant they give me tea with honey. I thought i will be fine if i mix few different types of tea.

I was wrong i mix mint, lemon and green tea with herb. I just read the herb and i didn’t pay the other powerful caffeine( GREEN TEA).

I felt so good. We came back to hotel and i was so tired, but i couldn’t get to sleep. I was feeling suffocated and very uncomfortable.

I drink lot of water. It was so hard for me to sleep. I couldn’t sleep until 5 P.M..

In the morning 9 P.M. i woke up for breakfast feeling very tired more congested.

I wasn’t sure what is happening with me. That day i did same thing, same thing happen again.

Third day same thing, we couldn’t figure it out, what is wrong.

Forth day when i didn’t go anywhere and watching T.V..

I was thing what was is happening when we go back home i will ask my Doctor.

I thought why this is happening, now i have no energy to do anything. I should feel fine, i recall all of things i was doing,eating, drinking.

I went downstairs quickly in concierge room and read the ingredients, i found out it has GREEN TEA.

Now i figure it out, I told to my family( I was so scared to share this with everybody, because my imaginary mind was thinking too much and telling scary story too much about my health was big thing.)

Please read the Caffeine level before drinking any thing. It shows like··••••        🙂

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Iceland’s tallest waterfall

Iceland’s tallest waterfall
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Glymur has long been considered Iceland’s tallest waterfall. It was only recently de-throned when a new waterfall was discovered deep in Morsárjökull glacier in 2011. Despite no longer carrying the title of tallest in the country this amazing 198 m (650 ft) waterfall is breathtaking. Its name translates to “boom” or “rumble” reflecting the great sound of this waterfall […]

via The Hike to Glymur Waterfall Iceland — Ashley at Altitude