Brushing teeth two times in a day. Don’t eat dinner after 8 P.M. 🙂
Today’s post is a bit different, hopefully it’ll still provide you with some knowledge in some way or another, but it’s regarding your dental health. For those of you who don’t already know (which to be fair, is probably all of you as I’ve only mentioned it maybe once in passing) I am a qualified […]
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Take 8-hour sleep every day for good health.:)
“Researchers found that when dieters cut back on sleep over a 14-day period, the amount of weight they lost from fat dropped by 55%, even though their calories stayed equal. … So it’s not so much that if you sleep, you’ll lose weight, but that too little sleep hampers your metabolism and contributes to weight gain.” WebMD Jul 30, 2016
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Fairy tales can make anybody child again. It’s a beautiful art.:)
Penny Parker Klostermann has cooked up a new fractured fairy tale with Ben Mantle…but the book wouldn’t be a reality without her fairy tale agent, Tricia Lawrence of Erin Murphy Literary Agency. Knowing many of you are hoping your fairy godmother will deliver a prince (or princess) of an agent, I asked Tricia how the […]
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Leila Takayama is an expert on robots, she is interested in building robots that interact with people, that do things for people in their day-to-day lives, not just in factories and on battlefields.
We all are intimidated by robots, but that goes away when we interact with them. We quickly fall into talking to them like they’re alive, like they’re our partners, or pets.
Scientists are making robots easier to live and work with. Now robots have body language, so we can interact with them easily.
Talking in front of the crowd, is an ART and TALENT. We all have anxiety, but little bit preparation can give you moral support. 🙂
Have Positive mindset, relax and have FUN!!!!
First, do a little prep before you do a presentation. Get a good night’s sleep. Stay away from that cup of anything Starbucks! You may simply be nervous or caffeine wired up that they you cannot sleep. Instead, try sipping some hot chamomile tea or take a supplement that calms the muscles and […]
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Young adults mind is like a clay. It can mold easily to any shape. This is important for young adults to keep themselves busy and happy with motivated mindset.
“We know from social-comparison research and social psychology that a lot of people think they’re doing better than others, so we thought maybe students think that they have a lot of friends and their peers don’t”.
“Because when we’re out in public, we look out into our social environment and we see people happy and laughing, and we don’t see when people are alone, upset in their bedroom,” she said. “When you’re new to a social network, you feel uncertain, you’re not sure about your role in that social network, you’re not sure about other people’s roles, so you might be more willing or more likely to anchor your judgments of yourself and others based on what you can observe.”
People with more anxiety, always gain more stress. They always want to become more popular. They don’t need to have popularity. They need to have few good friends.
College freshmen often believe friends are having more fun
Nov 5, 2017 Day light saving time ends,
Mar 11, 2018 Daylight Saving Time Starts
The main purpose of Daylight Saving Time (called “Summer Time” in many places in the world) is to make better use of daylight.
We change our clocks during the summer months to move an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening.
Benjamin Frankin, the Father of DST?
Many sources also credit Benjamin Franklin with being the first to suggest seasonal time change.
However, the idea voiced by the American inventor and politician in 1784 can hardly be described as fundamental for the development of modern DST. After all, it did not even involve turning the clocks.
In a letter to the editor of the Journal of Paris, which was entitled “An Economical Project for Diminishing the Cost of Light”,
An Ancient Idea,” Although modern DST has only been used for about 100 years, ancient civilizations are known to have engaged in comparable practices thousands of years ago. For example, the Roman water clocks used different scales for different months of the year to adjust the daily schedules to the solar time”.