A Guide to Winter Food

by Tessa on December 18, 2014

What are the best foods to eat during the winter season? Below are 10 fruits and vegetable to keep you in good health: Bananas, Blood Oranges, Cabbage, Rhubarb, Mango, Artichokes, Bok Choy, Brussels Sprouts, Turnips, Watercress. Are they in your diet?

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15 Ways to Beat Procrastination

by Tessa on December 15, 2014

If you experience one of the following symptoms you probably are a procrastinator. Turns out 1 in 5 adults may be chronic procrastinators. Procrastination doesn’t mean that you are lazy. Inaction may be caused by anxiety or fear of failure. Below are 15 techniques that can help you become more productive.

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Doomed Celebrity Engagement Rings

by Tessa on December 11, 2014

To all the guys out there who think of proposing this holiday season. We know you love your woman but just a word of caution – an expensive ring does not guarantee a healthy marriage.

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iPhone Era

by Tessa on December 8, 2014

Track the progress of humanity with this amazing infographic. What is to come is only a matter of time!

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It is scary what has happened to California in the last 4 years. I remember traveling through southern California last winter, passing by dry vineyards, orange farms and land… Who is to blame – is it overpopulation, is it global warming, or is it just a normal Earth cycle? Time will tell.

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Swiss Gold Referendum

by Tessa on December 1, 2014

How will a “Yes” vote impact the price of gold? Experts say that it could potentially push the gold price by 18%. Switzerland currently holds 2,540 tonnes of gold. A “Yes” vote also means that the country will stop selling gold and will have to repatriate the gold stored abroad. 10% of the Swiss gold is held in Canada and 20% is held in England. A “Yes” vote will mean something even more important – the Swiss franc will go back to the gold standard instead of being pegged to the Euro.

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Defining Moments in Canadian History

by Tessa on November 27, 2014

If you hated your history teacher and never listened in class, here you can refresh your memory. The most important and defining moments in Canadian History that shaped our country at a glance! Celebrate Canada eh!

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What is Responsive Web Design?

by Tessa on November 24, 2014

Responsive design allows the same website to adapt to the screen they are on without compromising functionality or aesthetics. It targets the width of each user’s web browser to determine how much space is available and how it should display the website.

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Which Countries Wine Down The Most?

by Tessa on November 20, 2014

Have you ever wondered in which country people drink the most wine? Well, if you think this country is France you are mistaken. Turns out that the Vatican city consumes the most wine per capita. Surprised? Check out the infographic bellow for more wine drinking and wine producing facts.

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Mexicans, Koreans, and Indians are the most entrepreneurial immigrants. Immigrants like An Wang and Andrew Carnegie have made a significant contribution to the U.S. economy. In fact, over two fifths of all 500 Fortune companies have been established by immigrant entrepreneurs and their progeny. They have over 3.6 million employees. And leading U.S. brands such as Goldman Sachs, DuPont, U.S. Steel, and Proctor & Gamble have been founded by entrepreneurial immigrants. They contribute to innovation, economic growth, productivity growth, and capital accumulation. Many of the high impact companies are owned by foreign-born nationals. And they have strategic relationships with foreign companies, a sign of global economic interdependence.

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