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6 Business Lessons You Can Learn From Sports Betting

Betting is seen as a bad habit and for some people it really is. However, others enjoy betting, especially sports betting, and manage to stay healthy. It’s like their hobby and they don’t do it for the money, but for the thrill of it and for the math. Yes, there is a lot of math involved in betting, as well as lots of take away business lessons. Betting is a business for some, yet if you are careful, you can learn a lot about a successful business from sports betting. 1. Pick your bet carefully The first thing one can learn from betting is to pick the right bet. Let me give you an example: my first and last bet happened in middle school. A friend of mine proposed to me a bet: I was to throw his bag of crackers towards the chalkboard for $2. I accepted, but our teacher was not really impressed by my abilities to throw crackers and I got suspended for a couple of days. This is when I learned that not all bets are meant to be accepted. [1] When you apply this to your business, you w

8 Tips To Consider When Buying a Hoverboard

A hoverboard is a fictional rising board utilized for an individual transportation – they said in 1967 when they were just a dream by the Back to the Future franchise. Hoverboards are known as resembling a skateboard without wheels. During the 1990s there were speculations, trigged by director Robert Zemeckis, that hoverboards were, in fact, real, but not commercialized because they are said to be too harmful by parents’ groups. These rumors have been conclusively revealed. Many authors have used the hoverboard concept in various forms of media. Hoverboards are for sale on hundreds of websites today. They range from official brand websites to many online stores that deal with a variety of hoverboards. Among these websites are also sites that make promises but fail to fulfill their promises, like the Kiwano hoverboard. What is vital is to part the best hoverboard dealers from those who are trying to hide a substandard hoverboard. The reason for selecting a high-quality hoverboard is

6 Things You Learn From Winter Camping

When it’s cold outside most people choose to crawl on the sofa with a hot cup of something and watch a movie or read a book. However, there are some adventurous people who dare to go camping in the winter. Why would someone do such thing? Well, there are some reasons to go winter camping : to challenge themselves, to enjoy ice fishing and to enjoy pure silence. While summer camping attracts lots of people and bugs, which usually deter wild animals. However, in the winter, there are no bugs, which is a big plus and there are no crowds to leave a mess all around. And then, there is the scenery: all white! Winter camping is definitely not for everyone and it provides a lot of new experiences for those who dare to do this. It also provides a lot of life lessons, some funny, some more realistic. 1. You will see what a really bad morning looks like If you thought mornings are bad, then you need to experience a morning during winter camping. While waking up in the nature is not bad at al

Meet The Car Crash Prone Driver, According To Science

Do you have a friend who seems to be always causing an accident? In fact, to be politically correct, we must use the term crash, as accidents are supposed to happen regardless human action, whereas crashes happen due to human error . So back to the problem: do you have a friend who is always the victim of an accident? I do and you probably have one also. This is because there are people who seem to attract misfortune with each step they take. Until now, science was looking at them with a raised eyebrow, but recent studies proved there is a personality type prone to accidents. The connection between personality and crashes Your personality can provide a deep insight into your behavior, which alters the way you drive, because your personality is what makes you act in a certain way in critical situations, when you have to make vital decisions. When we think of a connection between personality and crashes we think of impulsive people, who speed up and text while driving. However, the

The Ultimate Moving Guide For An Easy Move

There are people who love to stay in the same house and people who have to move from place to place rather frequently. Despite the fact kids love moving, us, adults usually hate it. Moving to a new place is wonderful, because you get a new home, new neighbors and new perspectives, but the actual moving part is always a hassle. I mean, we own so much stuff! Even if you’ve lived in a small New York apartment where you can barely move around, when it’s time to move you have so much stuff! The only way to make moving out a little more comfortable is to plan it carefully and embrace the following tips and hacks. 1. Cook in advance Before the move you should be preparing some meals in advance, because no one is going to have time to cook while moving, nor while unpacking in the new house. The best way to ensure you won’t be living on fast food for the next weeks is cooking crockpot meals in advance. To do this, just prepare bags with all the ingredients needed for a crockpot meal and fr

5 Best Test Management and Bug Tracking Tools for 2017

Test management аnd bug trасking (а.k.а. defect tracking) is a сruсiаl step in software testing; without it, mаnу рrоgrаmѕ wоuld still соntаin ѕеvеrе errors whеn they rеасhеd еnd uѕеrѕ. Tоdау, defect trасking is the bеѕt-knоwn phase оf ѕоftwаrе tеѕting, as witnеѕѕеd by thе hundrеdѕ оf tracking tооlѕ available оnlinе. Mоѕt ѕоftwаrе рrоjесtѕ involve tеѕting аnd bug tracking, but different рrоjесtѕ саn rеԛuirе different bug trасking tооlѕ. Chооѕing bug trасking tооlѕ thаt mееt thе bug trасking nееdѕ of a particular project iѕ сruсiаl tо rеlеаѕing ѕоftwаrе that ореrаtеѕ аѕ intеndеd. Hеrе аrе ѕоmе оf thе best test management аnd bug trасking tооl аrоund: 1.  Sрirаtеѕt SpiraTest iѕ a web bаѕеd tеѕt management ѕуѕtеm. Accessible еithеr on-premise оr hosted in our ѕесurе сlоud, SpiraTest will let you mаnаgе уоur ѕоftwаrе requirements, test саѕеѕ, tеѕt ѕuitеѕ аnd bugs/defects in оnе intеgrаtеd ѕуѕtеm. With роwеrful dаѕhbоаrdѕ аnd customised reporting, SрirаTеѕt iѕ thе mоѕt роwеrful аnd аf

Travel Hacks To Stay Safe While Backpacking

I spent last year traveling through Latin America, from Mexico right down to Patagonia. Judging from some of the reactions of my family and friends before I left (and throughout my travels), Latin America is a place where danger lurks around every corner. Let your guard down just once and you’ll pay the price. Thankfully, however, I’m pleased to state this has not been the case. I was a lone female visiting some pretty dodgy places – I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t felt a little apprehensive on some occasions. But in terms of actual bad things happening? Nada. Nothing. Not one story to report. The worst thing that happened was being ripped off by a Cancun cab driver at 5 A.M. Not exactly the end of the world. Pretending that backpacking, whether solo or with friends, doesn’t come with risks is silly. Muggings, thefts and accidents can and do occur; traffic jams and unanticipated delays will probably, at some point, disrupt your plans. But with some simple planning and research, it’s