Author: Emily Jones

Dating an extrovert

Talking to an introvert always makes you delighted about the fact that you are an extrovert. Being an extrovert you neither fear the general expectations of people nor do you care about them. People stereotypically have false biases about extroverts and tend to often mix rude with extrovert but that is not the case. Even if you are tattling non-stop that doesn’t make you an extrovert either. An extrovert is simply how you naturally take in the world, process it in your mind & heart and then respond to it. A round or square definition about an extrovert is...

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6 tips for successfully working from home

In this fast pace world, most people only want to earn and earn well. You have to cover a certain degree for a specific job and then the treacherous job hunt phase begins where you have to go for several interviews, while being dressed spectacularly and putting up your best till you are selected. You are offered the least wages, which you are forced to take because you need a job badly and you wish to begin your practical life. Still, the pain doesn’t end, while starting your new office job. You have to dress neatly, even when you...

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MAKE 1K WET

Speedo, the world’s leading swimwear brand, has launched a new swim programme designed to inspire people who run as part of their fitness routine to get in the pool. MAKE 1K WET shows runners how to swap 5K on the road for 1K in the pool, helping runners to become fitter and stronger while enjoying the benefits of a full body workout through swimming. A recent international study conducted by OnePoll of people who swim and run found that 80.28% of people said swimming helps them run harder for longer, and 85.81% of people said swimming helps enhance their...

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Stress higher at home than at work?

A recent study reports that over half of workers experience a high rate of stress away from the office as they struggle to harmonize their work and home lives. Study prove that taking office work home might be very risky with connections to cardiovascular disease. In the study, wrist monitors were used to measure heart rates and it was discovered there are “spikes” in stress when people disrupt their time at home with office work, as reported by the Times. David Plans, a co-author of the research pronounced that the habit of always working is “destroying people”. He said:...

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The inaugural International Scotch Day

In honour of Scotland’s gift to the world, to the spirit that has long drawn people in through its status and style, the February 10th 2017 the inaugural International Scotch Day was celebrated worldwide. The day invited people everywhere to raise a glass of Scotch to celebrate a drink that’s made to be enjoyed with good company, wherever and whenever. Ronan Beirne, Global Marketing Director from Diageo commented, “Scotch is the world’s favourite whisky. No other spirit can offer the same range of tastes, textures and flavours; made the same way for over five hundred years in distilleries small...

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Millions of Brits admit being bamboozled by basic car maintenance

Millions of Brits have admitted being completely mystified by even the simplest car maintenance, a new survey has found. More than 4 in 10 motorists don’t know how to change a flat tyre, with 37% claiming they wouldn’t be able to find the spare wheel. 6 in 10 could not replace a bulb in a headlight, while almost a quarter (24%) were unable to refill an empty windscreen washer tank and 4 in 10 did not know how to check when tyres were worn beyond the legal limit. More than half of drivers admitted they were not confident in...

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