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50 Remarkably Wise Quotes That Will Inspire You to Success in Life | Inc.com

Life is a gift that has been given to you. It is in your hands to make the best out of it--dare to believe that you can. Through the ups and downs, you'll find a lesson to learn that will make you a better person. Each experience--good and bad--makes you grow. Get along with life and surely, things …

Motivation

What are the effects of alcohol on the brain?

Many of us enjoy a glass of wine or a pint, but what is actually happening to our brain cells when we drink alcohol?<p>The 80-90 per cent of UK citizens …

17 Animals Who Found Themselves In Unbelievably Strange Circumstances

It's not their fault.<p>H/T r/thisismylifenow

Expert guide to Croatia

If you are not tied to school holidays, the best time to visit Croatia is during the “shoulder-season” months of May and June and September and October. Then you can expect pleasant sunny days ideal for swimming in the sea and sunbathing, with all the tourist facilities up and running but no …

Croatia: what to pack

Expert guide to Croatia<p>An insider's guide to what to pack when travelling to Croatia. By Jane Foster, Telegraph Travel's Croatia expert.<p>What to pack<p>1. Sun-cream and sunglasses<br>2. Beachwear (including rubber beach shoes if you have sensitive feet)<br>3. An electric plug converter<br>4. Phrase book<br>5. …

9 magical Europe travel destinations you’ve probably never heard of

While most tourists flock to Europe’s main attractions of Paris, London, and Rome, there are many other beautiful hidden gems around the continent …

European Travel

110 Happiness Quotes To Inspire Your Life

“If you want happiness for an hour — take a nap.’If you want happiness for a day — go fishing.If you want happiness for a year — inherit a fortune.If …

16 reasons why Lithuania should be your next holiday destination

Lithuania is celebrating 100 years of independence. Sort of. While it shook off more than a century of Tsarist rule on February 16, 1918, it was reoccupied at the end of the Second World War and only regained its freedom in 1990. Nevertheless, the country is marking the centenary, as is sure to be …

Prague Is a Real-life Fairy Tale, and These Photos Prove It

With some of the biggest and oldest monuments in the world, Prague fosters make-believe wonder like few other cities.<p>When was the last time you felt …

European Travel

Another Baby Dolphin Killed By Selfie-Seeking Tourists

Seriously, stop taking photos with wild animals.<p>It happened again: a baby dolphin in Argentina has been killed after being mobbed by tourists looking for the perfect selfie.<p>According to <i>La Capital</i>, a newspaper in Argentina, on Sunday tourists dragged the dolphin from the ocean in San Bernardo, about …

Social Media

This Founder Ditched His Career at 40 and Turned a Hunch Into Millions

The only way to find out what will happen is to go ahead and try, says the creator of High West Whiskey.<p><i>Editor’s Note: Entrepreneur’s</i> <i>“20 Questions”</i> <i>series features both established and up-and-coming entrepreneurs and asks them a number of questions about what makes them tick, their everyday success</i> …

Why You're Late for Work All the Time — and How to Fix It

Tips so you'll be at work on time, all the time.<p>The car accident that snarled your commute, the alarm that didn’t go off, the burning need to respond …

The 20 best destinations to visit in 2017

From the charms of Chile to glorious Granada and the beaches of Bermuda, our experts select the 20 best destinations to visit in the coming months.<p>1. Chile<p>If Brazil owned South American travel last year, Chile takes over for 2017. Slowly, methodically, the continent’s most overlooked wonderland has …

Mapped: The world's most (and least) free and tolerant countries

As we approach the end of the year in which “post-truth” became part of the common lexicon (so much so that it was was named the Oxford English Dictionary’s word of the year), we thought it a good time to have a look at how people’s freedoms are holding up throughout the world.<p>This heatmap sorts …

Don't Panic, but Physicists in Australia Just Proved Reality Doesn't Exist

Quantum physics is weird.<p>Get ready to have your mind blown. According to an experiment led by two physicists in Australia, reality doesn’t exist. …

Quantum Mechanics

Otherworldly Images of Andromeda Galaxy Over a Tiny Swiss Village

Photographer Sandro Casutt lives in a remote Swiss village with unbelievable views of the Andromeda Galaxy. The village of Vals, population 990, is a prime location for viewing the closest major galaxy to the Milky Way. Thus, Casutt, together with his brother Markus, started Cosmic Art Photography …

Feeling Lost? What To Do If You Haven’t Got Your Life All Figured Out Yet

As we grow up, we’re programmed to believe that we’re supposed to have our whole life figured out by the time we’re 21 years old.<p>Here’s the …

10 New UNESCO World Heritage Sites For Your Travel List

Start planning a trip to these world wonders.<p>This past week, UNESCO updated its eclectic list of the world's most fascinating places. Countries campaign hard to get their treasured wilderness reserves, archeological ruins, and historic sites recognized by the esteemed program. After much …

Travel Photography

Otherworldly Destinations Here on Earth

These are the six spots to visit if you wish you could actually go to space.<p>Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, wants to ferry people to Mars by the hundreds, with the first humans landing on the red planet around 2025. President BarackObama published an op-ed in October 2016 recommitting to his …

Astronomy

What really happens when you flush a plane loo?

Unless you’ve flown first class, or in a private jet, aircraft loos are windowless, cramped affairs that usually reek of cheap sanitizer. But they have come a long way – and rarely get the recognition they deserve.<p>The first flight (made by Orville Wright, although some conspiracy theorists think …

Conspiracies

Destination unknown: the top-secret holidays for people who hate planning

You can glean a lot about a person from where they decide to go on holiday. Paris, for example, has long been synonymous with old romantics; Goa has a history of hippies; and the Costa-del-Sol has a well-documented association with on-the-run cons (hence its nickname, “Costa del Crime”).<p>However, a …

Travel

Searching for signs of the Soviets in St Petersburg

From the counter, where a woman is pouring buckets of tea into an urn, the queue snakes as far as the front door and out into the street: students, businessmen, women in Prada – and one very elderly, bent lady clutching a paper bag and munching doughnuts. Welcome to the Pyshki cafe, purveyor of …

Communist Party

8 Signs You’re Not the Environmentalist You Think You Are

It might be time to reconsider your decision to buy only organic.<p>Being the conscientious and considerate person that you are, you’re trying to be an environmentally friendly consumer. You read on the internet that farming is part of the problem, so you shop only for local organic produce at Whole …

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Top 10 Things to Know About the Day of the Dead

We've all heard about the Day of the Dead or seen the classic sugar skull paintings—but what does this celebration really represent?<p>Here’s one thing we know: Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is not a Mexican version of Halloween. Though related, the two annual events differ greatly in …

Mexico

'It's like no place on Earth': Take to the skies in the Atacama Desert

Flames roared directly overhead as a diamond of light erupted from a volcano dominating the eastern edge of the plateau far below me to reveal a contorted landscape in all its other-worldly glory. Another burst of fire only added to the thrill of floating high above the ground. Then an enveloping …

The world's most raucous regatta? Rum-fuelled racing at Antigua Sailing Week

I am green around the gills. The catamaran I’m sailing on is spinning on the waves. There are yachts to port and starboard, ahead and astern, writhing in the salty froth, their crews at full stretch on the windward rails, battling to pick up speed. But we’re not at risk of an imminent crash.<p>Our …

14 bucket list destinations that may soon disappear

Scientists have renewed warnings about the future of the Great Barrier Reef with one prominent researcher recently declaring the natural wonder ‘almost dead’.<p>But this isn't an isolated case. All around the world, destinations are under threat from urbanisation, global warming or simple human …

Great Barrier Reef

This tiny nation has generated 100% of its power without any oil or gas for the past 2 months

Costa Rica is having another winning streak in its quest to phase out fossil fuels.<p>According to a report from Grupo ICE, the country's utilities conglomerate, Costa Rica has been running on 100% renewable energy sources for over two months. The company reports that the last time gas-powered …

Renewable Energy