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I found these funny illustrations in the net yesterday. The article was actually entitled, " Nerdy Dirty Illustrations for Nerds In Love ." But I believe that these do not only apply to the nerds because when you are trapped in the four letters of L-O-V-E, you'd be weirder than you've ever been.
I’ve had this Living Rules list for over two years now. I think it’s important to learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others. So much in the style of Gibbs from NCIS, I decided to document my personal set of rules in order to better follow them. Unlike the primetime Alpha Male, however, I made it a note on Facebook.
Does it pay to be Internet savvy? Yes. In more ways than many people imagine.
A few years ago, when I just had four children and when the oldest was still three, I loaded them all up to go on a walk. After the final sippy cup had found a place and we were ready to go, my two-year-old turned to me and said, “Wow! You have your hands full!”
In the age-old quantity versus quality argument, longevity has a rare quality. When it comes to living longer, quality of life actually leads to higher quantity of life. The following 30 suggestions are ways you can live longer and enjoy every year. 1. Smile Often – When you smile, your body automatically relaxes and you reduce your stress levels. 2.
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When I think of my younger, thinner, stupider self, I think, “Holy crap. If I knew then what I know now…” Well, here are some of the things I wish I knew then. 1 out of 4 people that you meet won’t like you. That’s really OK. Life isn’t fair.
From the Japanese to the Russians, the Greeks to the Kuna Indians of Panama, every culture has its own secrets to better health and longer life. These traditional remedies and practices—like drinking a calming herbal tea or cooking with a particular spice—might seem inconsequential, but researchers are discovering that these little things can make a world of difference. Try importing these six habits, all worth bringing home. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The smartest plan for attacking a heart attack is, of course, preventing one from ever happening. Choose three of the following strategies and make them a habit. The closer to the top, the more you reduce your risk of heart disease. 1. Convince Your Wife to Stop Smoking Nonsmoking husbands of smoking wives face a 92 percent increase in their risk of heart attack.