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What Does Does It Cost to Live for a Month in Copenhagen, Denmark?

<i>This post is by Caroline Hadamitzky, a freelance writer, tour guide, and blogger with a passion for all things travel. Originally from Canada, she</i> …

Personal Finance

Shop our Mens collection and see what makes us different.

What Makes Us Different?<p>JUST A FEW OF THE MANY REASONS BELOW<p>No. 1<p>Comfort<p>Our #1 Client Feedback <br>"These are the most<br>comfortable jeans I've owned"<p>No. …

The 33 Best Documentaries of All Time

<i>By: Christopher Campbell</i><p><i>Credit: Portrait Films (edited)</i><p>Documentary is not a genre, but an entire branch of moviemaking. So pitting diverse qualifying contenders against each other to determine the 33 best... well, that's difficult.<p>Have I included enough music docs (<i>Don't Look Back</i>, <i>Gimme Shelter</i>), …

General Motors

Another great moment from #2015: A U.S. soldier salutes while jumping out of an aircraft in #Germany 📷 #Army #photography #yearinreview (Photo: U.S. Army)

A neuroscience researcher reveals 4 rituals that will make you happier

Actually, don't trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They study that gray blob in your head all day and have learned a lot about what truly will make you happy.<p>UCLA neuroscience researcher Alex Korb has some insights that can create an upward spiral of happiness in your life.<p>Here's what you and …

Self-improvement

The Camino de Santiago: 1 year later

Today, one year ago to the day, I was walking 300km+ of the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain. Apart from my journal writing and some social posts …

Why I’m walking Camino de Santiago

Perhaps the hardest thing about living in Berlin so far is not being able to escape into nature anytime I feel like it. Even while living in downtown …

Hiking

Thoughts On Being Thankful

On Being Thankful – 2015<p>At a time when the world at large seems to be caught up in a manic spin cycle, I’m taking a moment to remember the good in …

How I Walked 5,000 Miles Around the World and Found Happiness

It used to be that travel was synonymous with a vacation. People went away to temporarily escape life rather than to have life-changing experiences. More and more of us see travel as an opportunity to grow, connect and do good. Others use travel to explore their passions, hunting down the perfect …

Hiking

Confession From A Cheryl Strayed Wannabe: I Walked 500 Miles Across Spain Instead

Blisters gone. Swollen ankle -- subsided. A few items lost, some new friends found. Satisfaction guaranteed. Thirty-five days for an adventure. Thirty-five days powered only by my own pedestrian momentum, only my feet pushing me from Point A to Point B, beginning to end, 500 miles across a …

Hiking

The 19 coolest new businesses in San Francisco

San Francisco has long been the hub for huge Silicon Valley tech companies — but it's also home to some seriously cool local businesses.<p>From a 2.5-ton mobile pizza oven and a beef-jerky bar to the city's first indoor golf course, we're highlighting some of the newest and coolest businesses in San …

San Francisco

In the Netherlands, the minibus that ditches the driver

The dream of the autonomous vehicle still lies in the future — but only by about two months.<p>In November, two electric vehicles will begin traveling between Wageningen University and the city of Ede in the Netherlands, a distance of about 3.5 miles. Called WEpods, they are glassy boxes with no …

Roads

What Netflix's meteoric rise means for Australia

Here is a chilling statistic for Australian media executives - and a potentially juicy one for tax collectors..<p>​Netflix added $US7.5 billion ($10.1 …

30 of Australia's biggest tech influencers on Twitter

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes @mcannonbrookes<p>With almost 7,500 followers, Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes is a great person to …

Startups

2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat vs. 2015 Tesla Model S P85D! - Head 2 Head Ep. 65

How to Be Efficient: Dan Ariely’s 6 New Secrets to Managing Your Time

It’s hard to be efficient.<p>Sometimes it feels like the world doesn’t make any sense. Sometimes youdon’t make any sense. And sometimes it feels like …

Time Management

Is Amazon to blame for Google’s problems?

BusinessInsider’s Nicholas Carlson has a very interesting take on what is wrong with Google, and it essentially boils down to one thing: Amazon.<p>In an …

Digital Advertising

Epic California drought is preview of future global warming mega-droughts

California's mountain snowpack has vanished.<p>Typically, the snowpack provides up to 30% of the state's annual freshwater resources and is at a …

Mark Cuban Doesn't Understand Health Care

Mark Cuban is a billionaire entrepreneur. He’s a star of the “Shark Tank” reality TV show. He’s the savvy owner of an NBA basketball team, the Dallas Mavericks.<p>He’s even invested in four health care companies.<p>But Mark Cuban doesn’t understand health care.<p>That’s the obvious conclusion after Cuban …

Health Care

Netflix, Amazon’s season dump model make for more tempered reactions to controversial issues.

With the release of the buzzy new Netflix sitcom <i>Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt</i> came the latest wave of arguments against the all-at-once TV season dump, …

TV

Why Millennials Understand The Future Of Work Better Than Anyone Else

We can learn a lot about the future of work from how millennials are approaching and redefining their careers.<p>The 9-to-5 grind is over.<p>I call that traditional view, “Big Work,” and millennials intuitively understand that’s not where the future is. They are, in a sense, the first generation of …

Demographics

What do doctors say to 'alternative therapists' when a patient dies? Nothing. We never talk

Jess Ainscough’s tragic death is all too familiar for oncologists. We’ve all lost patients to the ‘secret powers’ of alternative therapy<p>The consultation is over and I stand to escort her out. Through the open door, I notice the waiting row of patients staring drearily at the television.<p>“But I am …

Cancer

Julie Bishop’s Entire Foreign Policy Strategy Accidently Leaked

In an embarrassing blunder for the Government, a document containing an in-depth description of the nation’s foreign policy approach was leaked today …

You need to get out more

Whether you call it ‘ecotherapy’ or just ‘going for a nice walk in the countryside’, reconnecting with the natural world makes us both healthier and happier<p>In 2007 Lisa Allsopp was in a very dark place. Being bullied at work had left her with debilitating depression, and she’d been on sick leave …

Mental Health

A Clitoris Was Successfully Reconstructed for the First Time in Sweden

I interviewed Dr. Hannes Sigurjónsson, who performed the surgery, about how this could help the 38,000 women in Sweden who have been subjected to genital mutilation.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE Sweden.</i><p>The other week, Karolinska Hospital Reconstructive Surgery resident Hannes …

Female Genital Mutilation

Why women leave men they love - PART 2

On Friday I wrote a short piece called Why women leave men they love – What every man needs to know. Three days later 500,000 people had read it. …

Mentoring

The Week in Review: El Capitan Conquered

On Wednesday, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson became the first individuals to reach the summit of El Capitan’s Dawn Wall, a vertical rock in …

Climbing

ABC cuts: had Abbott been honest about his true agenda, he would have been unelectable

Privatisation and cuts to respected public services might be the agenda of the Coalition government, but it’s certainly not that of the Australian people<p>My dad used to make us watch the ABC news every night. As a child, I hated it. It was always with a certain amount of resentment that I watched …