July 2016

4 Things You Have to Know Before Seeing Uluru

Next to the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, Uluru is perhaps one of the most iconic symbols of Australia. It’s almost impossible not to think about the huge sandstone rock formation when you picture the great outback. The monolith, also known as Ayers rock, stands as an important…

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Pokémon Aren’t Monsters and Not a Public Menace

Pokémon Go is the greatest thing in gaming since the invention of portable devices (also popularised by Nintendo). Out of dozens of attempts in the past decades to get people to go outside and enjoy the world, this little app has succeeded in ways that even the designers at Niantic didn’t…

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Five Simple, Essential Steps to Living a Longer Life

Living healthier — most people often hear and read about it, but not a lot of people follow the unwritten rules of staying healthy and happy on the way to a longer life. There are just too many temptations. From processed fast food and sugar-laden beverages to illegal substances, alcohol,…

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Solo Backpacking in Australia: Safety and Preparation

Mention the word ‘solo’ and ‘backpacking’ together and most people would say no, that’s not for them. You can’t blame them; people, after all, are social animals. Yet, there’s that one person you know from work who swears by solo hiking and would rather politely turn you down than agree…

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Look After Your Kid’s Oral Health: The Proper Way

Prevent the early development tooth decay and cavities on your kid’s teeth and gums with proper dental care routine. Protect your child’s glowing and healthy smile when you follow some of these oral care hacks. Start Early As soon as your little ones start to grow their teeth, be sure…

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3 Places Where You Can Look For A New Job

When the economy isn’t doing so well, some companies reduce their workforce to save on costs. Some may find themselves retained, but the unfortunate ones may start packing and ready to leave the place they have grown so comfortable with. If you are among those who recently received the notice…

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Debunking the Customer is Always Right Myth

The saying ‘the customer is always right’ is a business cliché heard the world over. There is some truth to this, but it isn’t always the case. Some businesses may fail because their target market didn’t know the products and services they want, or because what they wanted was unreasonable….

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3 Things You Need to Do to Keep Your Home Exterior Clean

Just because you spend more time inside your home and less time in the front and backyards doesn’t mean you can simply neglect taking care of your home exterior. In fact, you should always clean and maintain it because it’s the most visible part of your home. You don’t want…

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