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DIY Coffee Mugs for Mother’s Day Gifts

Mother’s Day is almost here and you need a gift again. Maybe you should get coffee mugs for mom. Its hard to say. You might find yourself getting stressed out once again, but this is not the time for that. Mother’s Day is the opportunity get something to make your mom happy. Try to focus… Read More »

Types of Maternity Underwear For Pregnancy

Your pregnancy will cause a lot of stretching here and there that you will definitely need a new set of wardrobe to fit your bulging belly in and still feel comfortable in that. You might have been so busy with all the other changes that you need to deal with since you learned that you… Read More »

Natural Remedies For Iron Deficiency Anemia During Pregnancy

Your pregnancy may be looking so well for weeks now. You have so sure that you and your baby will continue to enjoy a healthy pregnancy. After all, you have been eating a healthy diet and have taken what you think is the best iron supplement for pregnancy. You also prefer red meat than veggies.… Read More »

Making your own shrimp bisque

The shrimp bisque remains one of the favorite traditional French dishes. Its origins are from Charente, in the Western part of France (our favorite source for culinary inspiration, with great reason!), where the abundance of seafood (aka shrimp as well) makes this a wonderfully fresh and tasty dish. This is a recipe by celebrity chef… Read More »

Travel Firsts: First time on the Amazon River

The trip in the Amazon jungle was my “trip of a lifetime”. You know what these are: those trips that you plan for years and years and then you start saving money for them for more years and years, until they finally happen. The sheer size of the Amazon River gave it a legendary figure:… Read More »

Marathons in June

It is probably unnecessary to explain why this is part of our adventure section, but one can remember that the first guy who tried the feat, namely the Greek soldier, Pheidippides, perished in the attempt. With all this introductory encouragement, the month of June has some excellent events for those who are passionate about running… Read More »

Sandboarding

If you are in Peru and someone comes up to you and invites you to go sandboarding with him, don’t look at him like you both had too much to drink last night: sandboarding is not only a cool adventure activity today, but also one that Egyptians and Chinese reportedly used to practice over 1,000… Read More »

First Time in North Korea

This is definitely a ”first” for many and, for most, a last as well. It is not that North Korea is not an interesting country, in its own way, or that it is not worth going to, but its remoteness, its lack of contacts with the outside world (there are only a couple of direct… Read More »

Antarctic Cruise

An Antarctica Cruise is most likely one of the most passive adventurous things you can do in your lifetime. Think of it: traveling to the most remote part of our world, which just happens to be the coldest on earth, encountering penguins, spotting enormous whales and remembering for the rest of your life how lucky… Read More »