The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Skin

The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Skin

Coconut Oil for Skin [h2] Have you known that coconut oil is very useful? There are so many people have proven that coconut oil is good nutrition for hair. Actually, coconut oil is not only use for hair, but it is also good for skin. People in tropical area have used coconut oil for their […]

A Backpackers Guide to East Coast

A Backpackers Guide to East Coast

In most tourist destinations along the East Coast it may be difficult to find free … you travel north from Brisbane), you will be able to find free camping areas if you drive … If flexibility is your thing, you can also buy a 10 night Base Jumping Pass that … St Kilda is like […]

Best Adventurous Trekking Places in India

Best Adventurous Trekking Places in India

In India trekking has become one of the most renown adventures. The adventure tours in India are one of the finest routes for trekking and other sport activities. India has many mountains which give you best experience in trekking, walking, white water sports, camping and hiking. Out of many adventure sports trekking and camping are […]

Tips To Make Paleo Cooking Easier and Faster

Tips To Make Paleo Cooking Easier and Faster

One of the toughest things about sticking to a Paleo diet is the fact that you need to do some cooking, and coming home late and tired does not make cooking enticing. So, over the years, I’ve figured out several ways to make Paleo easier and faster, and I want to share with you 3 […]

This Is BUNKMAG

This Is BUNKMAG

When you don’t have much money, travel seems only a nice fantasy. When you have debts, loans, or a crummy job; sleep on your friend’s couch; or can barely afford McDonald’s, it seems that When you don’t have much money, travel seems only a nice fantasy. When you have debts, loans, or a crummy job; sleep […]

Why Being Broke is the Best Time

Why Being Broke is the Best Time

When you don’t have much money, travel seems only a nice fantasy. When you have debts, loans, or a crummy job; sleep on your friend’s couch; or can barely afford McDonald’s, it seems that

Experience the Colors of Indian Lifestyle this Vacation

Experience the Colors of Indian Lifestyle this Vacation

India just not a sightseeing place but a nation where you can embrace life, where people thrive on festivals. Enjoy Indian festivals this holiday to know the country and get relieved and relaxed of all stress through fun and frolic. If you want to have some sightseeing, make the trip different from the common packages […]

About Bhutan – Quick Information

About Bhutan – Quick Information

Bhutan is an intensely religious and spiritual Buddhist country. It is popularly known as ‘the land of the Peaceful Dragon’ to the outside world. Fluttering prayer flags, century-old temples and monasteries, Dzongs (fortress) and Chortens (stupas), monks and old people spinning prayer wheels are common sights almost every where in Bhutan. Bhutanese people are generally […]

Hello Its Short code

Hello Its Short code

All season are best to visit Bhutan in any time of year. Bhutan shows beautiful faces as in allseason. In fact, the four seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer & Autumn).   The best/ideal time to visit Udaipur is from September to March. Get more on travel peak season of Udaipur.

What women leaders said about the arts during a Creative Conversation held at McMurry University

What women leaders said about the arts during a Creative Conversation held at McMurry University

On October 19, 2016, The Center for Arts Excellence (CAE) at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, hosted a Creative Conversation as a way to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month. The CAE gathered women leaders together from the Grace Museum, Abilene Cultural Affairs Council, United Way, Paramount, Hunt Direct Marketing and McMurry University to discuss […]

The Arts Don’t Just Heal, They Also Unify and Inspire Action

The Arts Don’t Just Heal, They Also Unify and Inspire Action

I have been playing a lot of piano lately—my antidote for when I am feeling low, or my energy source for when I am working through challenges. This election season has brought to light challenges in our country, divides that I have always believed the arts can bridge. And so I find myself sitting at […]

Searching for the Perfect Dram on Islay

Searching for the Perfect Dram on Islay

Whisky and I got off to a rocky start. The first time I tried it was in college. It tasted like rocket fuel. I only drank it when I had no other options — and drowned what little I poured into my glass under a ton of Coke. Then I met my friend Dan, whose […]

Why Being Broke is the Best Time to Travel

Why Being Broke is the Best Time to Travel

When you don’t have much money, travel seems only a nice fantasy. When you have debts, loans, or a crummy job; sleep on your friend’s couch; or can barely afford McDonald’s, it seems that traveling is a pipe dream that will probably never come true, something you’re going to have to put off until you […]

How to Know If the Travel Info You Find is Legit

How to Know If the Travel Info You Find is Legit

A couple of years ago, I rs in San Francisco and was invited by the folks at Google Travel to visit their campus, where we spent a lot of time geeking out over travel booking data and metrics. One of the stats that stood out for me was that most consumers spend over 40 hours […]

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding

Many moons ago, a friend e-mailed me and said “Hey, my buddy is starting a website. Can you give him some advice?” I hate those emails but, as a favor to my friend, I said yes. That guy, Nathan Thornburgh, turned out to be really cool and we became good friends. But this article isn’t […]

Trump’s policies on net neutrality, free speech, press freedom, surveillance, encryption and cybersecurity

Trump’s policies on net neutrality, free speech, press freedom, surveillance, encryption and cybersecurity

Three posts from the Electronic Frontier Foundation dispassionately recount the on-the-record policies of Trump and his advisors on issues that matter to a free, fair and open internet: net neutrality; surveillance, encryption and cybersecurity; free speech and freedom of the press. Trump supporters often say that his objectionable policies are no worse than Obama’s or […]

If the parent-child relationship starts well, it tends to stay well

If the parent-child relationship starts well, it tends to stay well

A study has found links between early secure attachment between a 2-year-old and his or her mother or father and the quality of their relationship at the age of 10 and 12. But it’s more complicated than simple cause and effect. For example, a child who rejects a mother’s (but not a father’s) rules at […]

Girls do more housework than boys, particularly when mothers work long hours

Girls do more housework than boys, particularly when mothers work long hours

A new study reinforces a familiar story by finding that girls aged 8-18 do more routine housework than boys. However, the difference didn’t grow as the children aged: time spent doing housework increased from middle childhood to mid-adolescence for both boys and girls. But when mothers worked longer hours, it was girls, not boys, who […]

Divorce causes greater pain for parents than for childless couples

Divorce causes greater pain for parents than for childless couples

Divorce hits men and women much harder if they are parents—particularly of younger children—than if they are childless, according to our research. These findings suggest that we could find new ways to help protect children from the trauma of divorce. Experts have tended to conclude that divorce per se damages children. Our research identifies problems […]

Mothers going back to work early doesn’t harm child development

Mothers going back to work early doesn’t harm child development

Research from three industrialised countries finds that early returns to work after childbearing do not pose threat to the healthy development of children. Mothers’ going back to work soon after childbirth poses no harm to children’s development, according to our recent studies in the US, UK, and Australia. Studies of children born a generation earlier, […]

How to get free home phone service from Google

How to get free home phone service from Google

Free? Check. Convenient? Check. This little-known service is waiting to supplement your smartphone — if you know how to take advantage of it. We’ve been talking a lot lately about how Project Fi can save you money, but your Android phone isn’t the only place where Google’s offerings can make an impact. You’ll almost never […]

Why Apple-to-Android upgrade comparisons are utterly meaningless

Why Apple-to-Android upgrade comparisons are utterly meaningless

Everyone who pits iPhone and Android upgrades against each other makes the same critical mistake — one that makes all such comparisons completely fruitless. Android upgrades are a contentious topic. Bring ’em up in any way, and you’re bound to see some riled up people. I should know: I’ve observed and analyzed Android upgrades for […]

Why I stopped wearing a smartwatch

Why I stopped wearing a smartwatch

An exclusive interview with Google’s Rajen Sheth about Android’s evolving role in the enterprise and how it and Chrome OS will continue to work together. A few short years ago, I was really excited about smartwatches. Looking back, it’s not hard to see why. Google’s early-2014 launch of the Android Wear platform did exactly what […]

5 lessons learned from building a data pipeline

5 lessons learned from building a data pipeline

There is no clear winner in the debate of whether to buy or build software. The arguments for both sides are plentiful, and the decision is one that can have a huge impact on an organization’s resources, operations, and funds. In fact, customers frequently ask my team: Why should I buy instead of build? Through […]

How the experts use Android: 2016’s top Android Intelligence profiles

How the experts use Android: 2016’s top Android Intelligence profiles

Some of the brightest minds from the Android world shared their favorite devices, apps, and tips with us in 2016. Catch up now and learn from the best! One of the things that makes Android so interesting is the fact that no two people use it the same way. From the ever-expanding variety of hardware […]

African American museum opens website for passes. It took 4 minutes to sell out.

African American museum opens website for passes. It took 4 minutes to sell out.

Like tickets to hot concert tour, free same-day passes to the National Museum of African American History and Culture were snapped up in minutes Monday morning, the day the museum moved its same-day distribution method from an in-person line to its web-based ticket system. The museum distributed 880 free passes grouped in 30-minute time slots […]

The 5 Ways to Avoid Being Surprised by Taxes

The 5 Ways to Avoid Being Surprised by Taxes

Have you ever been caught off guard by how much you owe in taxes? Here are tips to help ensure you’re prepared to pay Uncle Sam his due. True confession: Seven years ago, I was on the verge of bankruptcy. I managed to get my creditors paid off (very, very slowly), but I was still […]

Lil’ Lager Baby Beer Bottles Are The Worst Idea Ever

Lil’ Lager Baby Beer Bottles Are The Worst Idea Ever

If there’s one thing most of the world can agree upon, it’s that babies shouldn’t be drinking beer. No matter how you angle it, booze and infants are just not a good combination, right? Well, someone didn’t get the memo. Despite the generally held belief that babies shouldn’t get drunk, someone decided that it’d be […]

How to Stop Wasting Food

How to Stop Wasting Food

Food waste is a huge problem, with estimates that nearly 30 to 40 percent of the food produced in the United States is wasted each year. This is a startling statistic when you consider reports showing that more than 49 million Americans live in food insecure households, including 33.3 million adults and 15.8 million children. […]

6 Things No One Tells You About Coffee

6 Things No One Tells You About Coffee

The Health Benefits Go Beyond Your Heart and Your Head You’ve read about the potential positive cardiovascular and neurological effects. But 1 cup (or 2) could also help prevent type 2 diabetes, according to an analysis of 28 studies on the topic in Diabetes Care. Both caffeinated and decaf were associated with a reduced risk, […]