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From online dating and drones to board games and cooking, we cover many of your favorite fun activities all in one place so you can spend your time having fun versus researching it for hours.

Easy and Delicious Panang Curry Recipe

Bowls of Thai curries

I’m not sure why it took a backpacking trip through North and South Thailand to get me hooked on Thai food, but it certainly did the trick. My favorite food for the past decade continues to be Thai, and I’m especially partial to authentic Thai curries.I’m particularly fond of Panang curry….

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Westvleteren: Home to the Best Beer in the World

Westvleteren beer cap

During college I studied abroad for a semester in Paris, France. During this time. I made the most of living in Europe by visiting many countries but my favorite among them was Belgium. The unique architecture, the cute cafés and squares, the rich history, the beautiful canals and the food were all so inviting. So inviting in fact that 10 years later my husband and I returned. But this time I arrived with a true itinerary in mind that orbited around Belgian beer. The world’s best beer: Westvleteren…

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Bahamas Yoga Retreat with Suzy McCalley

Suzy backbend on the beach

This is not your “average” yoga retreat. We’ll be integrating various modalities like reiki, Emotional Freedom Tapping (aka EFT), group coaching and more to help you connect deeper with your self, your body, mind and an awesome pop-up community created just for the retreat. You will be challenged – whether that means letting go and relaxing, or going deeper into a stretch, or maybe it’s experiencing a difficult emotion or even building up a detoxifying sweat. Be sure to read to the bottom for event details and an exclusive coupon code for our readers…

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The Antwerp Station Sound of Music

Dancers at Antwerp station

In this day and age of globalization, where more and more people can be connected in an instant, it doesn’t take much for sensationalism to spread. Fortunately, every now and then, amidst all the doom and gloom stories, there’s a glimmer of hope, or good news, that makes its way through the air waves…

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Origins of Common Idioms

Typewriter with Origins of Common Idioms

The origins of common idioms are as varied as the idioms themselves. Below we will take a look at the history of some of the world’s most popular idioms including: armed to the teeth, a backhanded compliment, to bleed like a stuck pig, blowing off steam and to chew the fat…

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Best Wireless Surround Sound? Heos vs Sonos vs Bose vs Airplay

Feel the music’s bass in your body. Watch sports games as if you were on the sidelines. Hear the explosions in action movies like you’re at the cinema. You can have all this without ever leaving the comfort of your home thanks to wireless surround sound systems. New technology allows the sound quality to be better than ever, and you don’t have to drill holes in your wall or trip over wires either. So grab a tub of popcorn and read on to see how these wireless surround speakers can take your listening and viewing experience to a whole new level…

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Blurb Photo Book Review: Design, Print and Self Publish Your Photo Book

Are you a budding author wanting to publish a good looking, quality book for a reasonable price? Looking for help with the design and distribution of your work? Blurb is the one-stop shop for all the tools you need to make and/or sell your personal or business books or e-books. From content creation to layout and delivery. Blurb offers a wide-range of options and resources for both large and small quantities all at an affordable rate. Read more to learn all about all the different types of books you can create with Blurb…

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Best Photo Books Online: Lulu vs Blurb vs Artifact Uprising vs Shutterfly & More

Gone are the days of dropping off your roll of 35mm film at One Hour photo developers. Thanks to the digital world, photography is instantaneous, and you don’t have to wait to see how your photos turned out. But are your photos just collecting dust in the cloud? Why not preserve your memories into a beautiful keepsake book that you’ll look at for years to come?…

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Best Streaming Music Service: Spotify vs Rhapsody vs Pandora vs Google Music vs Rdio vs Beats vs Napster

Companies providing audio streaming grow daily, with them the services they are offering are growing as well. With audio streaming you have access to millions of songs, from your PC, from your mobile device or from your home audio system. When you pay a monthly flat fee you have access to millions of tunes. This flat rate often includes additional features such as creating your personal radio, sharing your playlists or reading reviews about newest releases. What is the best music streaming service where you can listen to as many songs as you like for a low flat rate? We have researched some of the most popular streaming services and selected our picks for best music streaming service…

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How to Restore Images on Your Digital Camera Memory Card with Remo Recover

Uh oh – you just took a bucketful of honeymoon photos and towards the end of the trip your friend borrows the camera and accidentally formats the memory card. Ahhhhh!!! Don’t freak out (yet). Memory cards work similar to the way computer hard drives do – or any solid state disk for that matter. Just like data on computers can be restored, so can data on memory cards. Here’s how to use Remo in case in case you accidentally erased the photos on your memory card…

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