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Sushma Webber

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Joined 10 years ago from New Zealand

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  • Knitting Instructions for a Basic Scarf
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    Knitting Instructions for a Basic Scarf

    2 years ago

    Find all the resources you need to knit a basic scarf in garter stitch or basket weave pattern. Find links to all the basic techniques of knitting such as how to knit, purl, cast on, bind off, etc.

  • Crescent Lunge Pose, Anjaneyasana
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    Crescent Lunge Pose, Anjaneyasana

    2 years ago

    This low lunge yoga pose has all the benefits of a backbend pose and some. It helps to relieve back pain, sciatica and tension in the body. Learn how to achieve the final pose with proper preparation.

  • Bow Pose, Dhanurasana
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    Bow Pose, Dhanurasana

    5 years ago

    The bow pose is an energizing backbend done on your stomach that stretches the entire front of the body. Learn how to do Dhanurasana or Bow Pose correctly and how it improves your well-being.

  • Cow Face Pose, Gomukhasana
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    Cow Face Pose, Gomukhasana

    4 years ago

    This seated yoga pose is great for releasing tension in the neck and shoulders. It is stretches the spine and balances both sides of the body with regular practice. The variations have same benefits.

  • Cobra Pose, Bhujangasana
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    Cobra Pose, Bhujangasana

    4 years ago

    The cobra pose is a prone yoga pose that is energizing and invigorating, with therapeutic effects for asthma and sciatica. Find out the benefits and how to correctly perform this gentle backbend pose.

  • Tree Pose, Vrksasana
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    Tree Pose, Vrksasana

    5 years ago

    This standing balance yoga pose is great for improving alignment, calming nerves and strengthening the various muscles. Its therapeutic benefits help relieve sciatica and release tension in the hips.

  • How to Knit a Comfort Doll or Duduza Doll
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    How to Knit a Comfort Doll or Duduza Doll

    11 months ago

    Duduza (Comfort) Doll is an easy charity knitting project to bring comfort and solace to children in need, especially in Africa. Learn to make one yourself with the free pattern, videos and links.

  • Reclined Hero Pose, Supta Virasana
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    Reclined Hero Pose, Supta Virasana

    2 years ago

    The reclined hero pose is an intermediate yoga backbend and has many benefits. It is a rejuvenating and energizing pose. Find out the steps to achieve the final position, add into your yoga practice.

  • Eagle Yoga Pose, Garudasana
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    Eagle Yoga Pose, Garudasana

    4 years ago

    The eagle yoga pose can be done in two ways, standing and seated variations. It is great for releasing tension in the shoulders and strengthening the spine and legs. Learn more about its benefits.

  • Warrior I Yoga Pose, Virabhadrasana I
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    Warrior I Yoga Pose, Virabhadrasana I

    3 years ago

    Warrior-I or Virabhadrasana-I yoga pose and its other two variations are excellent for strengthening the legs and spine. Learn how to do the Warrior I Pose and improve your concentration and balance.

  • Child's Pose, Balasana Yoga Pose
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    Child's Pose, Balasana Yoga Pose

    5 years ago

    Practicing yoga is rejuvenating and relaxing to the body and mind. The child yoga pose is ideal for relieving headaches and stress. It helps to stretch the spine and thighs and can be performed by all.

  • Shoulderstand, Salamba Sarvangasana Yoga Pose
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    Shoulderstand, Salamba Sarvangasana Yoga Pose

    2 years ago

    Inverted poses like the shoulderstand, downward dog and the plough pose increase blood flow to the brain and thyroid glands, improve complexion by making it glow and removes toxins. Read more ...

  • Pigeon Pose, Eka Pada Rajakapotasana
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    Pigeon Pose, Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

    5 years ago

    The one-legged king pigeon pose is an intense backbend suitable for intermediate and advanced students. It massages and stimulates the kidney and aligns the pelvis. It stretches the thighs and hips.

  • How to Perform the Yoga Chair Pose
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    How to Perform the Yoga Chair Pose

    5 years ago

    The chair pose helps to strengthen the back, legs, thighs and hips, increase heat in the body and improves balance. Find out how to benefit from doing three different versions of this standing pose.

  • Yoga Standing Poses: Energize, Stretch and Strengthen Your Body
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    Yoga Standing Poses: Energize, Stretch and Strengthen Your Body

    3 years ago

    Standing yoga poses can help improve posture, concentration and balance. They stretch, tone and strengthen the muscles all over the body through forward bends, side bends, back bends, and lunges.

  • Ocean Breath, Ujjayi Pranayama
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    Ocean Breath, Ujjayi Pranayama

    5 years ago

    Pranayama has been found to have many benefits. Ujjayi pranayama or victorious breath or ocean breath is a very useful technique to purify the respiratory system and calm the mind.

  • Yoga Cooling Breath, Shitali Pranayama
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    Yoga Cooling Breath, Shitali Pranayama

    4 years ago

    Did you know that when your body gets overheated you could use a yoga breathing technique to bring it to normal? Learn how to do the Shitali or Cooling breath pranayama and reap its benefits.

  • Yoga Alternate Nostril Breathing Exercise, Nadi Sodhana
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    Yoga Alternate Nostril Breathing Exercise, Nadi Sodhana

    11 months ago

    It is important to achieve balance in our breathing pattern for good health and an alert mind. Alternate nostril breath or nadi shodhana or anuloma viloma breathing technique is one way of doing it.

  • Half Forward Bend, Ardha Uttanasana Yoga Pose
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    Half Forward Bend, Ardha Uttanasana Yoga Pose

    5 years ago

    This pose helps to strengthen the back and relax the neck muscles which is the region of tension because it has to support the head in an upright position. Find out how to stretch and strengthen them.

  • Camel Yoga Pose, Ustrasana
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    Camel Yoga Pose, Ustrasana

    5 years ago

    The Camel Pose or Ustrasana is an intermediate level kneeling backbend yoga pose. It stretches and strengthens the spine, thighs, abdomen and back muscles. It is an energizing and improves posture.

  • Yoga Poses for Legs
    2

    Yoga Poses for Legs

    3 years ago

    Our legs are the most important parts of the body. They support our body weight, help us walk, run, swim, stand and be active in our lives. Yoga is a great way to maintain muscle tone of the legs.

  • How to Make a Positive Impact in the World
    8

    How to Make a Positive Impact in the World

    11 months ago

    We can make a positive impact in the world both as individuals and as a group of like-minded people. The change must begin with us and every choice we make affects our fellow human beings, other sentient beings and the planet. We can definitely have a significant impact on alleviating the suffering...

  • How to Improve Flexibility of Tight Hamstrings With Yoga
    2

    How to Improve Flexibility of Tight Hamstrings With Yoga

    14 months ago

    Did you know that tight hamstrings can cause many injuries, poor posture, inhibit movement, and back pain? Learn how to loosen your hamstrings with yoga and improve performance in sports and daily life.

  • Yoga Poses for Shoulders
    4

    Yoga Poses for Shoulders

    5 years ago

    The challenges of our life can cause stress and tension in our shoulders and neck muscles. Find out how to relax and strengthen the shoulders through yoga poses.

  • Yoga Poses for the Spine
    6

    Yoga Poses for the Spine

    3 years ago

    The spine is like the trunk of a tree, supporting the entire body structure. Taking care of it and maintaining its strength and flexibility is of primary importance. Find out some of the yoga poses that you can incorporate into your yoga practice.

  • Yoga Poses for Hips
    3

    Yoga Poses for Hips

    11 months ago

    The hips and buttocks bear the weight or the human body and determine its balance. It is important to strengthen and ensure good muscle tone for easy movement and flexibility in daily life. Learn about some of the yoga poses that can benefit the hip joint and the hip region.

  • Pranayama and Breathing Exercises
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    Pranayama and Breathing Exercises

    3 years ago

    Are you are breathing correctly and using your lungs to their full capacity? Learn about 3 basic pranayama techniques that are a good way to start your practice of yogic breathing exercises.

  • Beginning Yoga Poses for the Spine
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    Beginning Yoga Poses for the Spine

    12 days ago

    Regular practice of yoga builds up the body's inner strength and natural resistance, improves muscle tone, and removes toxins. Learn some beginners yoga poses especially for the spine.

  • How to Perform the Yoga Mountain Pose
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    How to Perform the Yoga Mountain Pose

    5 years ago

    Have you noticed that you use one side of the body more than the other? The Mountain Pose in Yoga will help in correcting the alignment and help relieve many ailments when performed with other standing poses.

  • How to Perform the Locust Pose in Yoga
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    How to Perform the Locust Pose in Yoga

    4 years ago

    The half locust and the full locust pose in yoga are both beneficial to strengthen the buttocks, legs and increase energy and circulation in the body. Learn how to perform both the variations.

  • How to Get Started Doing Zazen Style Zen Meditation
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    How to Get Started Doing Zazen Style Zen Meditation

    2 years ago

    'Have no designs on becoming Buddha', said Eihei Dogen. Zazen meditation is sitting meditation without being competitive with oneself of others. It is about observing life as it is. Learn how to get started on this style of zen mediation.

  • Corpse Pose, Savasana
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    Corpse Pose, Savasana

    5 years ago

    In today's fast-paced world, taking time to relax is the greatest challenge. Even if we find time to exercise and do yoga, we rarely find time for complete relaxation. The corpse pose or shavasana, a yogic relaxation technique can be done at any time of day to become rejuvenated. Learn how to...

  • How to Comfortably Sit Cross-Legged in Yoga
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    How to Comfortably Sit Cross-Legged in Yoga

    9 months ago

    Many of us take sitting cross-legged on the floor for granted. But are we in perfect balance and alignment when we sit on the floor? Find out how to sit correctly and for long periods to practice yoga, pranayama, or meditation.

  • Skull Shining Breath, Kapalabhati Pranayama
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    Skull Shining Breath, Kapalabhati Pranayama

    2 years ago

    Find out how to clear your head, become alert and gain a bright shining face with the Skull Shining breathing exercise or kapalabhati pranayama. Overcome the limitations of everyday breathing by learning this technique.

  • What is Sama Vritti (Equal Breathing)?
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    What is Sama Vritti (Equal Breathing)?

    3 years ago

    Have you noticed that your inhalation and exhalation are of different durations? Find out the advantages of breathing in equal ration duration and learn how to correctly learn the technique of sama vritti pranayama or equal ration breathing.

  • How to Meditate in Only One Minute
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    How to Meditate in Only One Minute

    3 years ago

    If you are feeling off centre during the day, here are two meditation exercises you can do to come into the present moment. This will help you deal with any challenge afterwards with a clear and relaxed sense of being. Learn how to meditated in just one minute with a Zen meditation technique and...

  • Yoga Breathing Exercises, Pranayama
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    Yoga Breathing Exercises, Pranayama

    5 years ago

    Yoga breathing techniques or pranayama are an ancient yogic tradition and can be easily applied to our modern lifestyles. It has many physical and mental health benefits that will help you enrich the quality of your life.

  • How to Motivate Yourself to Meditate
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    How to Motivate Yourself to Meditate

    5 years ago

    The most important thing about meditation practice is to do it regularly, daily and the greatest challenge is to stay motivated. It takes only two steps to find out the why and how of sustaining ones enthusiasm to practice daily.

  • Easy Meditation Tips
    4

    Easy Meditation Tips

    3 years ago

    Meditation can be practiced by anyone and it is easy to begin a daily practice. Learn about the obstacles and how you can make it easy for yourself to practice a simple form of meditation.

  • How to Practice Mindfulness of Your Body States
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    How to Practice Mindfulness of Your Body States

    3 years ago

    It has been found that practicing mindfulness improves both mental and physical health. Learn in four simple steps on how to understand, accept and be aware of your body and mind.

  • How to Do Breathing Exercises
    2

    How to Do Breathing Exercises

    11 months ago

    Each breath taken changes the human body in a way that we do not fully understand. Breathing exercises not only help with physical health but also emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.

  • How to Declutter with the Give Away, Put Away, Throw Away System
    5

    How to Declutter with the Give Away, Put Away, Throw Away System

    4 years ago

    Get Organized in three simple steps with the Give Away, Put Away, Throw Away System and see all the clutter disappear. Welcome to a tidy new home or desk as the case may be. Reduces stress by clearing out all the clutter with two simple changes in your habits.

  • Book Review of
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    Book Review of "Poser: My Life in Twenty-three Yoga Poses" By Claire Dederer

    3 years ago

    Poser is the first memoir of the author who is an essayist, critic and reporter exploring how yoga helped to reveal many hidden sides to her personality and being.

  • Napier New Zealand Tourist Information
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    Napier New Zealand Tourist Information

    5 years ago

    Napier is located by the sea in the Hawke's Bay region and is dubbed the Art Deco capital of the world. Napier was rebuilt in the early 1930s following a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake on 3 February 1931. The uniqueness of Napier lies in the fact it reflects the architectural styles of the...

  • Easy Pink Lentil Vegetable Soup Recipe
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    Easy Pink Lentil Vegetable Soup Recipe

    3 years ago

    Pink Lentil Soup with Vegetables and Wakame, a sea vegetable is not only healthy but a delicious and wholesome meal. It is very easy to prepare and make within an hour and any combination of vegetables can be used.

  • Native New Zealand Birds: Tui and Kereru
    1

    Native New Zealand Birds: Tui and Kereru

    5 years ago

    Two native birds of New Zealand the tui and kereru are fruit eating birds that help in seed dispersal. Watch a video capturing the two birds in action.

  • How to Practice Focused Meditation
    3

    How to Practice Focused Meditation

    3 years ago

    Two simple exercises to do focused meditation. Success in meditation depends on how well a person can concentrate with a single focus on a particular subject or ideal. Meditation begins where concentration ends.

  • Easy Vegan Savoury Crepe Recipe
    6

    Easy Vegan Savoury Crepe Recipe

    5 years ago

    Whole wheat is a popular cereal and is used in breads and other recipes. Here is a quick and healthy recipe to make savoury crepes or dosa with vegetables to provide added nutrition. Find out the health benefits of wheat.

  • How to Let Go of Stress and Anger
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    How to Let Go of Stress and Anger

    3 years ago

    How to learn to Let Go of all those things that are not helpful and allow space to Let Come those things that are beneficial is the secret of dealing with stress and anger. Find out about Meditation to Let Go.

  • Alternative Power Sources: Wind Farms in New Zealand
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    Alternative Power Sources: Wind Farms in New Zealand

    4 years ago

    There are around 17 wind farms in New Zealand where electricity is generated to supply 4% of the national requirements. Wind energy is the technology of the future for a clean and green environment. A visit to the Te Apiti wind farm in New Zealand was a memorable experience.

  • The Gorge Explorer: A Steam Train Excursion in New Zealand
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    The Gorge Explorer: A Steam Train Excursion in New Zealand

    4 years ago

    The steam train excursion from Paekakariki to Woodville via the Manawatu Gorge in heritage carriages, some dating back more than a 100 years was an exciting experience. Check out the video and photos and how to book one yourself.

  • How to Get Stress Free When Meditation is Difficult
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    How to Get Stress Free When Meditation is Difficult

    3 years ago

    The most important thing is our attitude that determines whether we suffer from stress or transform like charcoal into a diamond under the pressure. Find out what are the signs of stress. Four tips to achieve stress relief by deep breathing, restful sleep and how to wake up refreshed, mindfulness...

  • Meditation Results in Brain Growth
    7

    Meditation Results in Brain Growth

    11 months ago

    Research studies have found how meditation results in growth of brain cells. Here are tips on nutrition, physical and mental exercises and meditation to improve brain health and brain growth.

  • A Simple Form of Meditation
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    A Simple Form of Meditation

    4 years ago

    Regularity rather than duration is the key to success in meditation. Even the simplest form of meditation will help in becoming centred, peaceful and alert through out the day. Read on for some important do's and don'ts when practicing meditation.

  • Why Learn About Yoga Meditation and Philosophy
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    Why Learn About Yoga Meditation and Philosophy

    3 years ago

    Meditation is one of the practices to achieve the integration and perfection of the human being. Find out the steps to reach perfection such as following the eight limbs of yoga such as yama and niyama, dhyana (meditation) yoga and karma yoga, jnana yoga and raja yoga. Learn about the quality of...

  • Saving the Antarctic Ecosystem in the Ross Sea
    2

    Saving the Antarctic Ecosystem in the Ross Sea

    3 years ago

    The Antarctic ecosystem is unique and the Ross Sea is the least-impacted marine ecosystem in the world. To save and preserve it is our duty towards the future generations.

  • Easy Knitting Projects for Charity
    11

    Easy Knitting Projects for Charity

    3 years ago

    A guide simple and easy projects for beginners to knit for charities and get all the practice necessary to become a pro. Check out the various charities that are helping adults, homeless, AIDS orphans, little babies and animals keep warm every winter.

  • How to do Eco-friendly Shopping Online
    0

    How to do Eco-friendly Shopping Online

    3 years ago

    Money gives us the power to make choices, and when we make ethical, sustainable and green choices we help the planet and other creatures. Find out where you can buy such products.

  • Queenstown New Zealand Tourist Information
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    Queenstown New Zealand Tourist Information

    3 years ago

    Queenstown, located in the southwest corner of New Zealand, draws around 1.7 million visitors each year. A unique experience to Queenstown is the TSS Earnslaw Steamship Cruise on what is believed to be the oldest working coal-fired steamship in the southern hemisphere.

  • Waitomo Caves – Underground Limestone Formations and Glowworms
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    Waitomo Caves – Underground Limestone Formations and Glowworms

    2 years ago

    Explore the underground life of planet earth in these caves formed over millions of years. Waitomo Caves with its limestone formations and glowworms offer many adventure activities like abseiling, caving and black water rafting.

  • Free Apps to Save Time with Text and Graphics
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    Free Apps to Save Time with Text and Graphics

    4 years ago

    Find out how to save time using applications that remove formatting from text when you copy and paste from different sources. Learn how to convert between different image formats within seconds.

  • How to Hydrate the Brain Adequately
    6

    How to Hydrate the Brain Adequately

    21 months ago

    Simple actions go a long way in maintaining good health. Drinking water throughout the day can ensure the well-being of the brain and body. Learn how much water you need per day and how to keep well hydrated.

  • Easy Vegan Buckwheat Pancake Recipe
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    Easy Vegan Buckwheat Pancake Recipe

    10 months ago

    They are a healthy breakfast option. In this recipe, bananas and water are used instead of eggs and milk. To make it creamier, use soy milk instead of water.

  • Nelson New Zealand Tourism Information
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    Nelson New Zealand Tourism Information

    11 months ago

    Famed for its temperate climate and high sunshine hours, Nelson region can be explored year round by land, sea and air. A region that has something for everyone from the adventurer, art lover to a wine connoisseur.

  • How to Help Your Spouse Quit Smoking
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    How to Help Your Spouse Quit Smoking

    11 months ago

    The longer a person goes without smoking the healthier the body becomes. Find out about the positive outcomes of quitting the smoking habit to help you support your spouse better. Helpful Tips and links to online resources to motivate you.

  • How to Add Apps to Mac Startup
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    How to Add Apps to Mac Startup

    5 years ago

    It saves to time launch commonly used applications automatically instead of opening them up manually. There are a few simple steps to add applications to the list of Mac Startup Programs.

  • Self Help for Debt Reduction
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    Self Help for Debt Reduction

    3 years ago

    Getting into debt is easy, getting out of debt is hard and takes time. The first step is to learn the psychology of money and see what attitude we must develop towards managing it. it is not how much money you make, It is how much money you save

  • Canterbury New Zealand Tourism
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    Canterbury New Zealand Tourism

    3 years ago

    The Canterbury region is situated in New Zealand's South Island. Christchurch City is the gateway to the Canterbury region, one of the most diverse corners of the world. Here you will find sparkling beaches, extinct volcanoes, hectares of flat farmland, vineyards and sky-scraping mountains.

  • Vegan Recipe Guide
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    Vegan Recipe Guide

    4 years ago

    We have to be mindful that we are feeding our bodies with the foods that are best for its sustenance and well-being. This Vegan Recipe Guide is for meat/fish eaters, people who would like to change to a healthier diet to prevent diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease, vegetarians and...

  • Why Become a Vegan: For Health Benefits, Compassion, Going Green
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    Why Become a Vegan: For Health Benefits, Compassion, Going Green

    18 months ago

    The first thing any concerned person can do is to become a vegetarian and then go one step further and become a vegan. The decision to become a vegan has a two-fold purpose: firstly, the Earth's well-being and secondly, personal well-being. Learn more about the ethical and health aspects of your...

  • How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Save Money
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    How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Save Money

    3 years ago

    It is actually possible to save a great deal of money by adopting a low carbon footprint lifestyle. This can easily be done by making one new change each week, create a strong savings habit and save hundreds of dollars every year.

  • How to Help Child's Brain Development
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    How to Help Child's Brain Development

    4 years ago

    A child's learning starts even before its birth. How can adults help nurture brain development and provide the opportunities for a child to grow and blossom to his or her full potential. Read more....

  • How to Invest Money Wisely: Active Vs Passive Methods
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    How to Invest Money Wisely: Active Vs Passive Methods

    3 years ago

    There are two approaches one can take when investing in the share market. The ‘active’ way, where an investment is managed to ‘beat the market’ to get better than average returns. The ‘passive' way, where a long-term (15-20 years or longer) approach is taken to achieve ‘average’...

  • 5 Inspiring Books to Achieve Success in Life
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    5 Inspiring Books to Achieve Success in Life

    2 years ago

    Life is a mysterious thing. We get help from different media such as television programmes, movies, people we meet, and of course books. Many books have come to me at the very moment when I was wondering about what to do next.

  • How to Write Good Content for Blogs, Ebooks and Websites
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    How to Write Good Content for Blogs, Ebooks and Websites

    11 months ago

    The way businesses attract customers has changed with the advent of the internet and websites. It is helpful to know how to write engaging content that will convert browsers into customers. Content Rules is a book that shows you how to do just that.

  • How to Avoid Eye Strain with Free Apps - Mac and Windows
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    How to Avoid Eye Strain with Free Apps - Mac and Windows

    2 years ago

    There are a couple of helpful and free apps that Mac and Windows users can install to help avoid eye strain and dry eye syndrome. Computer Eye Strain is also a common cause for headaches and fatigue.

  • Mahatma Gandhi Statue in Wellington, New Zealand
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    Mahatma Gandhi Statue in Wellington, New Zealand

    2 years ago

    The Mahatma Gandhi Statue in Wellington, New Zealand reminds us of a great man whose influence has spread far and wide. It was unveiled in 2007 on the International Day of Non-violence as declared by the United Nations.

  • Just Be: Accepting Life as IT IS
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    Just Be: Accepting Life as IT IS

    3 years ago

    Just Be. Practice the skill to being present in the now by accepting circumstances as they are. Watch the circumstances change as your mind relaxes and you come up with creative solutions to deal with the situation.

  • Coast Redwoods – Tallest and Largest Trees in the World
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    Coast Redwoods – Tallest and Largest Trees in the World

    21 months ago

    The world’s largest and tallest living things are the redwood trees in California. They have been tried to be cultivated in other countries. In 1901 a grove of Coast Redwoods was planted near Rotorua in New Zealand which now stands as a memorial to the soldiers who died in the two world wars.

  • A Glimpse of New Zealand
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    A Glimpse of New Zealand

    11 months ago

    New Zealand, an oasis in this troubled world. Its scenic beauty, its amazing views, its vital statistics and a bit about my life here. A bit about its largest city, Auckland.

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