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The Drink That People Choose to Replace Coffee/Tea: Golden Milk

Imagine a drink that could help you in over 150 different ways. Sounds pretty good, right? Well, golden milk is a warming drink containing turmeric, a spice which has over 150 potentially therapeutic activities . [1] Drinking golden milk in place of your usual cuppa could have all sorts of benefits, from helping reduce inflammation to supporting healthy cholesterol levels and improving wound healing. Read on for full details on exactly what golden milk contains, how it could help you, and how you can make your own. Golden milk has been used in Ayurvedic medicine Golden milk contains one key health boosting ingredient: turmeric. Turmeric is part of the ginger family, and originates from the root of the Curcuma longa plant. Turmeric has been widely used in India for many years, but has only recently started to gain popularity in the western world. In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is used to treat: Indigestion Common colds Throat infections Liver problems Wounds and sores Tur

Extrovert: We Just Love being Around people, Not Attention Seeking!

There is no denying that each person on this planet is unique. It is hard to put such unique individuals into categories, but despite that fact, there are some personality traits that can roughly put people into certain categories. One of the most well-known categorizations says people can be an introvert, extrovert or ambivert. Introverted people are those who seek solitude and isolation, and rarely participate in social activities. They avoid large groups of people and prefer to spend time with their thought. On the other hand, extroverts are those people who you see in the spotlight of every social event. They are outgoing, like to interact with other people, and are often good leaders. Ambiverts will sometimes display introverted characteristics, and sometimes display extroverted characteristics. What are extroverts like? As mentioned, extroverts like to socialize, meet new people and talk to them. So how do you know if someone is extrovert? Extroverts love to talk You have p

20 Fun Jobs That Pay Well (and You May Have Never Imagined)

While working is often viewed as a torturing process to make both ends meet, it doesn’t actually need to be like this. Some jobs, well, most jobs are dull and tedious. Yet, some are fun and enjoyable. And the pay is awesome too! I’m not kidding. Take a look at below to check out the 20 fun jobs that pay well. You may soon regret not reading this earlier. Ferrari Driving Instructor How Fun Is It? To be paid to drive a Ferrari while others save so hard just to do so How Well Does It Pay? – From $90,000 to $120,000 a year Requirement: Extensive experience in professional racing and expert training. Video Game Player How Fun Is It? To play video games for a living as if we are having our leisure time 24/7. How Well Does It Pay? – $50,000 a year, dependent on the demand Requirement: Be really good at the game. Not normal type of good but MLG level of greatness. Have a huge love for video games. Private Island Caretaker How Fun Is It? Very own piece of nature Ve

How To Nicely Decline A Job Offer

Finally, the moment you’ve been expecting finally arrives. You get the callback from the job you interviewed for days ago – only to find out that it’s not the job you hoped for. But how do you decline a job offer with grace? Why bother sending a rejection, anyway? As a job seeker yourself, you’ve probably endured the frustration of never hearing back about a job, even if you aren’t being considered. Well, recruiters feel that same frustration when they don’t hear back from candidates. Naturally, you wouldn’t apply for a job you weren’t interested in. But after the interview, you may have several thought processes that help you realize this isn’t the right position for you: You discovered the compensation is lower than you expected. You know what you need to make to stay afloat, and can’t accept anything less. You received a better job offer first. Someone saw your worth sooner than others, and you don’t have the need to entertain other offers. You don’t think the work suits y

Revealed: Body Language That Make You Attractive at Work and in Dating

As human beings, the way we move and use our bodies can be one of the most effective ways of communication. In fact, it can play a much more important role than even the words we speak. Dr Albert Mehrabian [1] is a psychologist that created a breakdown of effective human communication: 7 percent spoken words, 38 percent tone of voice, and 55 percent body language. Whether or not experts agree on the numbers, what is agreed on is that body language is an essential key component in our communication. Learning more about body language can not only help us with improving communication ourselves, but to better understand others’ needs, wants and feelings. With this in mind, I will go through essential body language tips within the common daily settings of work, dating and making friends. What Are The Key Components Of Body Language? Body language comes in many forms and often time it can be involuntary. Understanding the different components of our day-to-day body language can help u