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7 Rakhi Gift Options That A Corporate Brother Would Love

If your brother is in the corporate world, then it is fairly obvious that you both get to spend very little time together. People who work in the realm of finance and marketing are insanely busy all year round. It is a pity that you both get to see each other so rarely.

A lovely way of strengthening the bond that exists between you and your brother is by making this Raksha Bandhan a special and memorable one for him. You can do so by getting your brother some wonderful Rakhi gifts. Not only will he appreciate the gesture,... Read More

If you have completed a vigorous workout, you might experience muscle pain for 24 to 48 hours after exercising. This can be highly inconvenient and could stop you from wanting to exercise in the future. Fortunately, there are a number of very effective ways that you can ease the pain you feel after exercising.

Using Heat And Cold

A tried and tested method of dealing with pain after exercise is the application of heat or cold. What you need to use will vary depending on the pain you have. There are also certain times when you should look at using both heat and cold to... Read More

Steep roofs are not a left hand job. It takes good planning, security and concentration to install a steep roof. Generally, steep roofs incline about 4 or 5 feet for every 10 to 12 feet of parallel span. This makes the job daring, but there are always ways to tackle it effectively.

A steep roof consists of three important things, which are all installed in shingle style. The first most important thing is the roof covering. This covering makes the roof secure from external damage caused by water or extreme weathers.

The second important part of a roof is the underlayment.... Read More

Last year, 2017, saw some big leaps forward in the case of marijuana advocates, as eight new states legalized marijuana to some extent. However, that same year also saw some major setbacks on the federal level, as the incumbent Attorney General Jeff Sessions is an ardent opponent of legalized marijuana and has made some moves to destroy the budding marijuana industry in the USA.

However, it seems like the leadership of the country is very much out of touch from the pulse of the nation, as some research has shown that as much as 90% of the population approves of the use of marijuana... Read More

Listening to music creates emotions, brings well-being, is good for morale and can even help relieve physical pain. Practicing it from an early age is also a great way to develop academic skills.

The idea is not new, and for several years studies on children (especially in the United States and Canada) show that learning music improves cognitive functions. Scientists have found that young children (aged 4 to 5) who practice music see their brain capacity and nervous system development greatly enhanced. Even very early music training, between 3 and four years old, can have many benefits... Read More

Many people are making the switch from regular cigarettes to the new and supposedly improved electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes. If you are already among those who have made the switch or are considering it, you will want to know which brands are the very best. If that is what you are looking for, you have come to the right place. Listed here you will find the top 8 brands of e-cigarettes and a short review for each one. The information listed will include the brand name, price, a star rating, and a short review. After reading this article, you will be able to go to the store... Read More

Over the years, researchers have found out that colour can have a direct effect on the mood of a person. According to the researchers, a certain colour can bring change to the behaviour, mood and stress levels of a person. In a recent journal, famous colour specialist, Leatrice Eiseman spoke about her survey of thousand peoples and their perspectives to different colours. According to the research, she has found that people have a calm and relaxed attitude toward blue as the colour is usually associated with blues sky which reflects a clear sky literally and philosophically, stability and... Read More

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Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...

The Writer's Ego

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