Tag Archives: Pocket

91 Weird & Wonderful Lessons From Traveling The World For 2 Years

“Before I set off on my big trip, I took inspiration from travel bloggers who had written about what travel has taught them. Having just come back from backpacking through Asia and Latin America for nearly 2 years, I’ve been thinking a lot about what lessons I’ve learned myself.”

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How To Pack Light: A Minimalist Example

“by Marek (google+) Packing light doesn’t have to be rocket science. Here’s how I did it. Packing light makes your travels so much easier. Unfortunately, many travellers have to learn this the hard way.”

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Why Companies Desperately Need to Make Wearables Cool

“Both consumer electronics and apparel are notoriously difficult businesses competing in mature industries.”

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Health: Staying Active

“Do you lead an active lifestyle or a sedentary one? The question is simple, but the answer may not be as obvious as you think. Let’s say, for example, you’re a busy guy who works 60 hours a week at a desk job but who still manages to find time for five 45-minute bouts of exercise.”

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The Origins of Office Speak

“They go to the meeting, where their pointy-haired boss presides. “You’re all very attentive today,” he observes. “My proactive leadership must be working!””

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Confirmed: He Who Sits the Most Dies the Soonest

“Another study shows that sitting is really, really, really bad for your health. Please, just get a standup desk! A study of more than 200,000 Australians adds to the growing body of evidence that people who sit the most die the soonest.”

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Pay, Spend, Pay: The Common Debt Mistake You Can’t Afford to Make

“When it comes to making debt payments, most of us probably fall into three categories: those who pay the minimum, those who try to pay a little more than the minimum—and those who are like Jason Vitug.”

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