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Futuristic IM Motors AIRO Electric Car with HEPA Filtering System and Configurable Interior

Wealthy, Successful People Who Choose Less over More: 10 Real-Life Stories of Minimalists

Lately, more people than ever are embracing the minimalist lifestyle. If you’ve been on social media at all these last few years, you’ll have noticed several influencers taking part in the increasingly popular trend of decluttering their lives. One of the common ways they do so is by employing the now famous KonMari method described in Marie Kondo’s bestselling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing. [1] If you’re an observant person, you may have seen that millennials, in particular, are placing more value on experience than they do on material objects. [2]  Following the philosophy “less is more” helps minimalists succeed both in their business and personal life. So, how do you become a minimalist in such a materialistic world? Below is a list of famous people who have fully embraced the frugal aspect of this lifestyle. Hopefully, they will inspire you to lead your best minimalist life. Steve Jobs: Simplify complexity Apple f

Top 10 Natural Exfoliants That You Can Use For Your DIY Face Masks!

If you want to have perfect skin, you need to start exfoliating. Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from your face. Normally your skin will shed the dead cells naturally, but sometimes they can stay attached to the top layer of your skin for up to a month. This can make your complexion look rough and tired, and it can even make stop your skin from secreting oil properly. This can cause blackheads, red spots and blemishes, so it is very important to exfoliate. When the dead skin is removed you will only be able to see skin cells that are alive, so your face will look healthier and your skin will glow. Why Choose DIY Face Masks? You can buy exfoliating face masks in most beauty and health stores, but most of these contain microbeads. Microbeads are rough on the skin so they can be irritating, and they are also really bad for the environment. This is because the beads are so small that they don’t get filtered out by water treatment facilities, so they end up back

The Differences Between a Terrible Pick up Line and a Sweet One That Can't Fail

Picking up an attractive woman is a strong desire for some men, but it can also be quite difficult. You may be wondering what you should say to get the woman interested in you, also avoiding embarrassing yourself or getting yourself arrested? Here is a guide to everything you need to know, from the worst pick up line to what can be said to maximize your success rate: When Is A Good Pick-up Line Most Needed? The simple answer is that you should always have a good line ready, because you just don’t know when the perfect woman for you may come along. Most commonly, pick up lines are used in clubs or bars when approaching women. However, you may also want to stir up a conversation on a bus or train [1] , while waiting in a dentist’s office, or even with a colleague at work. How Bad Things Can Go with The Worst Pick-up Line? Bad pick up lines make everyone cringe, men and women alike. The best case scenario of using a bad pick up line is getting ignored or rejected. Worst case, the per

How to Make People Read Your Emails (and Letters) and Reply Every Time

Writing business letters is something we all have to do from time to time, but we don’t usually get any training in school about how to actually do it. Getting your letter format wrong can make you look sloppy and unprofessional, but once you get the basics down and have some examples to work from, it makes business letter writing that much easier. What’s the biggest “no-no” when writing a business letter? Probably the most common problem people have when writing business letters is using improper letter format. [1] Within this format there are a few options, but for the most part this is how it is done. At the very top of your letter should be your contact information: name, company (if applicable), address and phone number. Some people also put their email address here. Next comes the date and the person you are writing’s contact information: name, company and address. Then there will be a greeting — usually something along the lines of “Dear Mr./Mrs. Jones.” The body of the l