Becoming a good conversationalist requires having a certain set of skills in your communication toolbox. Some people have the gift of gab, and can talk to anyone about anything. And some people struggle
You've got the itch. You're fed up with your day job. You're totally self-motivated and willing to work a ton. You don't mind taking a little risk if it could lead to something great. You can network a
No couple is perfect, but you two are pretty close. You’re pretty sure you’ve finally found that right person for you. You know, the one who listens intently while you vent about your grueling day at and
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Coach Jenny's got you covered. This article was written by Jenny Hadfield and repurposed with permission from Runner's World. -- Dear Coach Jenny, I started running two months ago and I'm up to 30 minutes.
Many of these probably include resolutions to be more physically active in striving for this goal. But first, there are some common misconceptions about exercise and weight loss that need to be addressed.
Flickr/Garry KnightPodcasting is a great way to learn and be inspired. It's a new use of technology that hearkens back to the original social medium, storytelling. If you have an interest in entrepreneurship,
Successful people understand that their success starts and ends with their mental and physical health, which is almost entirely dependent upon their getting enough sleep. That is why good bedtime routines
Bio-bean, a London-based enterprise, takes coffee grinds and turns them into fuel. Arthur Kay trained in architecture at University College London. While developing a blueprint for a coffee roaster he
The conceptual London Underline would offer pedestrians and cyclists an alternate route through central London. London commuters could one day ditch the Tube for a different kind of underground transportation
There’s a lot of talk about sustainable mobility nowadays, often in relation to a more environmentally friendly use of cars, or to its reduction in favor of other means of transportation. Trains, for As
Ahh, Central America. While most travelers spend their time plotting escapes to Europe or Southeast Asia, this little nugget sits unassumingly right under their noses (literally -- it's pretty much directly