Forget the hustle and bustle of your hectic life and get out and enjoy a nice, long hike. Hiking is one of the most popular outdoor pastimes. What better way to see and experience nature and get some exercise? When was the last time you took a hike alone or with friends or family?
Every year, there are hundreds of news headlines praising the health benefits of drinking wine. But can drinking wine really make a difference? Does drinking a glass of wine each day help keep the doctor away? Where is the evidence?
It’s not easy remembering events from your childhood. In fact, there were probably many things you used to do that you can’t do now as a grown up. Or, can you? What things can you recall and learn from your childhood?
A happy workplace is great for employee motivation and productivity. Do you love going to work each day or do you dread it? This ESL lesson will improve your English speaking ability and get you thinking about what makes you happy or unhappy at work.
Most successful people share common traits. They are passionate, hardworking, not afraid to make mistakes. They also use common sense to help them create their personal wealth. Which of these traits are you applying to your personal finances? Are there others?
Clutter can make your home or office look like a disaster zone. Researchers say it can also be bad for your physical and mental health. This ESL lesson will improve your English communication skills. You’ll also learn what clutter does to your brain and what you should do about it.
Whether you’re an early bird or a night owl, you still need to get a good start to your day. One way to measure your success in life is to compare your morning routine with those of successful people. This ESL lesson will improve your English speaking skill.
Getting yourself and family members to turn off the television can be a constant struggle. With hundreds of programs, movies and sporting events bombarding us every minute, it’s hard not to get sucked in.
Employee productivity has increased dramatically due to technology and telecommuting in recent years. Yet, the downside is people have become less active. Do you drive a desk? This ESL lesson will improve your English speaking ability and recommend ways to avoid a sedentary workday.
Despite weaker economies, luxury goods sales are still skyrocketing. But, who is buying luxury goods besides the affluent? You might be surprised! This ESL lesson will improve your English speaking ability, put the price tag of luxury goods into perspective, and help you decide if you desire them, or can live without them.
Everyone deserves to be a home owner. How would you describe your house or apartment? Is it comfortable and convenient or would you prefer someplace else? This ESL lesson will improve your English and explore the reasons behind why people choose to live where they do.
These days our choice of international ales, wines and whiskeys can be sipped conveniently in local pubs. How often do you drink alcohol and do you enjoy the experience?
Happiness is something we all try to achieve. Each of us discovers happiness in our own reasons such as our relationships, accomplishments, health, spirituality, or even wealth. Where do you find happiness?
Commuting to work is a daily ritual for people every day. It’s safe to say most people don’t enjoy commuting because it robs us from our friends, families and free time. How do you feel about your daily commute to the office?
Beginning a conversation with someone you don’t know can be very stressful moment for most people. The art of conversation takes a lot of practice and so does being able to find mutually interesting topics for discussion. Who have you had meaningful conversations with recently?
Entertainment is a fantastic diversion from our regular work or school activity. There are so many ways to be entertained during our leisure and people who are paid well to entertain us. What types of entertainment do you enjoy the most and why?
People enjoy reading because it takes them to a whole new place. Places where we can experience adventure, learning, or let our imaginations run wild. There are many ways to enjoy reading. Just visit a local or online bookstore or even your library.
There are many reasons why you should consider living abroad if you have the chance. However, living abroad isn’t for everyone. It takes a very unique person to leave their family and friends and relocate to a foreign country, learn a new culture and language.
The explosion of mobile devices has allowed use to put our life’s data in our hands. We all want to stay connected and informed and our phones and tablets make it easy to achieve this. Could you survive without your mobile device for even a day?
You’ve probably heard it a thousand times before. Working out is good for you and sitting around watching TV or playing video games is bad. Working out can regularly affect your mood, your intelligence at work or school, and keep you young!
Mobile phones are ubiquitous. Research shows that although most users think they have good mobile manners, but really, they don’t. In fact, some people who are being impolite aren’t even aware of it. Are you aware of the rules of etiquette when using your mobile device?
Eating out is great for your social life, relaxing, having fun, or taste experiences, isn’t it? Plus, you get to experiences new places and cultures and best of all get a break from cooking at home. What do you enjoy the most about eating out?
Lack of sleep can make you grumpy and foggy. You may not know what it can do to your judgment, memory, health, looks, and even ability to lose weight. Do you suffer from lack of enough sleep these days or do you wake up each morning refreshed?