You probably use numerous tools every single day to make your living a whole lot easier. However, some of these things can have multiple applications that might be unknown to the majority of us. Perhaps you haven’t paid enough attention to some of the items you use often, but we will reveal how to apply these extra features properly.
These are not exactly life hacks, but they can come in handy in various situations. We selected fifteen things that have interesting uses, and some of these revelations might surprise you.
1. A small indentation in a Tic Tac lid
Tic Tacs were a huge part of your childhood, and you have certainly noticed a small indentation in the lid once you pop it up. Some people think it is made to preserve the freshness of the Tic Tacs and that is partially true. However, the idea was to use this indentation for serving the Tic Tacs quicker and easier. The indentation is perfect for a single piece of Tic Tacs, and you can pick it up without shaking out the whole box.
We all know that there are companies out there that have a finger in every pie of our day-to-day lives. We see their brands, purchase their products, and rely on their services more than we would ever like to admit.
But in among all the brands that we encounter, there are 15 companies that are so big, our jaws would drop if we realized the full extent of their size.
Find out who is running the world from the comfort of their boardroom below!
1. Google Inc./Alphabet
There may not be a person alive today who does not know the name Google. Founded in 1998, the simple search engine has blow up into one of the largest tech firms in the world. Their software is found in millions of devices, from smartphones to cars, and is used by even more people than that on a daily basis. Owned under the umbrella company Alphabet since 2015, Google earned an impressive revenue of $136.8 billion in 2018 alone.
If there were a fountain of eternal youth here on Earth, it’d probably be owned by some large corporation like Estee Lauder or Microsoft and sold to the oldest, richest people. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your outlook), such a fountain doesn’t exist, and humans are left with puzzled looks on their faces wondering how they can overcome a little thing called time.
Time etches deep grooves in our skin and faces and we grow older and wiser. Unless you’re Keanu Reeves, this is unavoidable. Luckily, there are certain things you can do to keep age lines at bay for longer, and the best thing is that these tricks are really simple to apply.
Below are 15 things you can do or need to change to look forever young!
1. Reduce your stress levels
A hectic work schedule doesn’t just take its toll on your brain and mind, but it also does considerable damage to your looks. The more stressed out you are, the quicker you’ll age. Nobody wants crow’s feet or smile lines before they hit 30, so to prevent these age marks, try to avoid stressful situations as much as possible. Also, make a habit of meditating or doing yoga to help release oxytocin, the calm and healing hormone, to help you deal better with stress and anxiety.
Success can be measured in many ways, but when it comes to how successful a movie is, what we’re looking at is their earnings. Movies can generate money through various revenue streams, but the most important indicator of a movie’s success or failure is how much it grosses at the box office. The number one highest grossing film to ever hit theaters is 1939’s Gone with the Wind which earned more than $3.5 billion. This is after adjusting for inflation, of course.
But that’s not what you’re here for. You’re looking for what films raked in the most green regardless of fluctuating currencies. Surprisingly, of our list of the 15 highest box office earners, only one of them wasn’t released within the last decade!
15. The Fate and the Furious (2017) – $1.2B
This is the eighth install of the Fast & Furious franchise. Contrary to traditional belief surrounding film sequels, the F&F series is still going strong. This film was directed by Gary Gray and released on April 14, 2017, in the US and cross the $1 billion mark just 16 days later. The next installment to this 19-year-old franchise will be released in spring of 2020.
In today’s world, most of us have reasonably fast-paced lives. This applies even more strongly to certain people like celebrities and businessmen. With so many projects, meetings and events to attend, these people are literally racing against time. As a result, they always prefer to wear shiny watches that are accurate and resistant to damage so that they can always be ahead of time. If you are planning to buy the perfect watch for your wrist, you must hear what famous people have to say about them. In this article, we will be covering the watch brands most commonly used by famous people.
This Swiss luxury watchmaker is probably one of the most highly regarded brands to this day and the first choice of numerous famous people. They are the pioneers of some significant inventions made in the watchmaking industry. These include the world’s first chiming and minute repeating watches, the first watch with tourbillon – a technology that defies gravity and the first watch that is resistant to magnetic field. The watch was worn by some of the most famous figures from John F. Kennedy to George Clooney and Nicole Kidman, from Prince William to Elvis Presley. It was also worn in almost all the Bond movies made after 1995. As you can expect, these watches were the most expensive accessories in the entire history of humanity. Elves Presley’s watch was auctioned for 2 million USD.
2. PATEK PHILIPPE CALATRAVA
The brand was first established in 1932 by Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe. The design of the watches was inspired by the design principles taught at the German art school of the Staatliches Bauhaus. The first models only displayed hours, minutes and seconds, while the larger versions released after 2006 also displayed the date. The prices currently start from 19000 USD. This watch was regularly spotted on the wrist of Akio Toyoda, the president of the Toyota Motor Corporate.
Founded by Auguste Agassiz in 1832, this company is probably the oldest Swiss watchmaking company. In the 19th century, they focused more on pendulum clocks for houses. Later on, they also professionalized in producing stopwatches that could measure the time between activation and deactivation. This came in very handy in sports such as horse racing. Among its brand ambassadors and owners; Albert Einstein, Audrey Hepburn, Aishwarya Rai and Kate Winslet are the most notable. In fact, Einstein owned one pocket-watch and a wristwatch. His gold wristwatch was auctioned for half a million dollars in 2008.
4- ULYSSE NARDIN
This Swiss watch manufacturer was founded in 1846. During the 19th century, their emphasis was based on manufacturing timepieces to navies and shipping companies. In addition, their marine chronometers were used in the determination of time zones, which earned them several awards. Its 2001 model “Freak” received the award for the watch of the year, while the “Trilogy of Time” was a major breakthrough that indicated solar time, orbits, eclipses, positions of the sun, the moon and important stars. It was owned by Michael Jordan, Larry King and Jeff Bezos, who is the founder of Amazon.
5- TAG HEUER
Ever since its foundation in 1860, this Swiss manufacturing company not only manufactures watches, but also produces accessories, eyewear and cellphones. With the motto “Don’t crack under pressure”, they aimed to measure even the smallest units of time. Their model Carrera Calibre 360 was the first wristwatch that measured 1/100 of a second. This precision was further enhanced in 2012 when they produced the Mikrogirder that displayed 1/2000 of a second. To this day, it is still the fastest and the most accurate chronograph. This brand is extremely common and popular among Hollywood stars such as Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz, Uma Thurman and Chris Hemsworth. In sports, Christiano Ronaldo, Lewis Hamilton and Maria Sharapova are among the owners of Tag Heuer.
The most expensive watch in the world was a Rolex Model worn by actor Paul Newman. Founded in London and based in Geneva, Switzerland, Rolex was among the first companies to start quarts watch manufacturing. Their groundbreaking achievements include the first waterproof watch in 1926. The accuracy of the watch was tested at the bottom of Mariana Trench at 11000 km depth and was as accurate as it was on the surface. Another invention was the self-winding watch in which the internal mechanism of the watch was affected by the movement of the arm. Also, they produced the first watch to display two time-zones at once. Rolex is commonly worn amongst sportsmen, especially athletes, tennis players and swimmers.
This Japanese manufacturing company is a world-leader not only in watch making but also in electronic devices, jewelries and optical products. Its watch manufacturing began in 1924. The first quartz watch and the first automatic quartz of the world were produced by Seiko. Its water resistant structure, durable steel and automatic winding capacities started to challenge the Swiss companies. Its rapid development also resulted in expansion of headquarters into various other countries including the United States. Seiko was used as the official timekeeper for main sports events such as Summer Olympics, Winter Olympics and FIFA World Cup. Another Seiko model was frequently worn by Nasa Flight Director Gene Kranz when he witnessed important events regarding the launching of Apollo 11 and 13.
Because it was established by the founder of Rolex Watches, it can be considered as a more affordable alternative to Rolex. Its main products involved those produced specifically for professional divers and the military. Just like Rolex, they also produced waterproof models as well as those resistant to extreme conditions. They also produced models with distinct alarming features. David Beckham and Lady Gaga are among the popular figures that prefer the recent products of Tudor.
9- NOMOS GLASHÜTTE
This is the most recent and the first non-Swiss watchmaking company on our list. It was founded in 1990 in the Saxony town of Glashütte, two months after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Since then, they have released thirteen watch models. While their products prior to 2005 were mostly mechanical, they have managed to switch to the automatic winding properties. Their recent products also included world time function. This watch was spotted being worn by the 42nd President of The United States, Bill Clinton.
This watchmaking company was founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard, a Swiss watchmaker from Bern. The company was then purchased by the German Scheufele family in 1963. Their products were renowned for the diamond &sapphire glass and the quality of the material. Their target customers were ladies as they also produced diamonds besides lady wristwatches. Recently, they have also been designing and manufacturing products for sportswear. Chopard has been a regular sponsor for events in France and Italy including Cannes Film Festival. The watch is also regularly worn by Dara Khosrowshahi, the founder of Uber.
11- AUDEMARS PIGUET
This Swiss manufacturer was founded in 1875 by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet. It is one of the few watchmaking companies that has been a family-owned business all along. Their 1972 model, the Royal Oak wristwatch was commercially very successful, being the first minute-repeating wristwatch. They also focused on ergonomic design by manufacturing some of the thinnest watches in the world. This watch has been owned by many athletes such as Lebron James, Leo Messi and Michael Schumacher as well as celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jay-Z and even the Kardashians. Apparently, someone was able to keep up with the Kardashians after all.
12- VACHERON CONSTANTIN
The foundation of this luxury watchmaking company dates all the way back to 1755. The founder Jean-Marc Vacheron was an independent watchmaker who was a close frind of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Voltaire. His son had to deal with financial struggles during the era of French Revolution. Since the early periods, the company focused on creating watch complications, described as the features beyond showing only the hour and the minute. Their inventions included nonmagnetic timepieces that resisted magnetic fields. This quaint and elegant brand was owned mostly by artists and intellectuals. The list includes Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, John D. Rockefeller, Christaan Barnard, Salvatore Quasimodo, Napoleon Bonaparte and Princess Diana.
Even older than Vacheron Constantin, Blancpain was founded in 1735 in Switzerland. They have a very interesting and unique slogan that states “Blancpain has never made a quartz watch and never will.” They are against the idea of producing watches with digital displays as well. The production rate is also fewer compared to the other companies, so that each watch being produced is more personalized according to individual needs. Their inventions include the display of moon phases, small design that features self-winding and minute-repeating. Notable owners include Marilyn Monroe, Brad Pitt and Vladimir Putin.
14- IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN
Although based in Switzerland, it was founded by an American watchmaker in 1868. Their products are exemplar in the usage of titanium in watchmaking. They are also considerate of the environment and sustainable production which earned them an award in 2018 by World wide Fund for Nature for their commitment to sustainable manufacturing. They are also known for their magazine “Watch International” that gets released four times in a year.
This watchmaking company probably has the highest amount of patents to its name. Ever since their foundation in 1833, they have invented some of the world’s smallest calibre and the most complicated wristwatches. Its founder, Antoine LeCoultre invented the milionometre that was used in the size measurement of watch parts, which enabled a more precise practice in manufacturing, He also invented a keyless watch that only had a push-piece. Some of its owners are Robert Downey Jr, Bill Clinton and Elizabeth II.
Even though we might get the chance to visit every single country in the world, we still cannot consider ourselves having seen the world entirely. The reason, clearly, is the water that takes up more than two thirds of the surface. From the vast and deep oceans to small inner seas and lakes, underwater is a whole other level of mystery that we can’t easily unravel. Thanks to today’s technology and the developments in tourism, it has become much easier. So, you don’t have to drink a potion that will temporarily turn you into a mermaid to explore the historic sites or the wildlife underwater. Here are 20 suggestions for you to get in touch with what lies beneath. This article will wash away the fear of water that Jaws created all those years ago!
1- ATLANTIS, DUBAI
Dubai is always one of the pioneers when it comes to luxury and entertainment and it has an outstanding record when it comes to underwater tourism. Hotel Atlantis is a five-star hotel in the Palm Island of Dubai. Their underwater attractions include The Lost Chamber Aquarium where you can observe 65000 marine species and a fine dining restaurant immersed in the sea. The most unimaginable highlights, though, are the underwater suites. Imagine yourself falling asleep and waking up with only glass panels between you and the sea full of sharks. This is both scary and dazzling.
2- ITHAA UNDERSEA RESTAURANT, THE MALDIVES
With its turquoise and crystal clear water, Maldives has always been an all-time classic among travelers. How about looking at this beauty from a different perspective? Ithaa Undersea Restaurant of Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel is the first restaurant to have all-glass walls and a glass ceiling. So, you can have a 180o view of the Indian Ocean while enjoying the famous Maldivian Lobster.
3- MUSEO SUBACUÁTICO DE ARTE (MUSA), CANCÚN, MEXICO
There are numerous parks and museums in the world with sculptures, but have you ever seen one underwater? The underwater contemporary art museum of MUSA was established in 2009 off the coast of Cancun and Isla Mujeres. An English Sculptor was hired to make life-sized sculptures. Today, the museum consists of 500 of these and demonstrates the harmony between the art and the marine life. The sculptures are all fixed to the waterbed and are made of materials that are harmless to the ecosystem.
4- MANTA RESORT, ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA
Zanzibar and vacation are two inseparable words, but if you are tired of lying on a hammock by the beach, how about trying a unique experience. Pemba Island of Zanzibar is home to Manta Resort that has a very special room submerged under the sea. This bizarre creation has three levels, each showing a different level of the marine life. All the furniture and products provided are eco-friendly and specialized for the customers. This is an experience you can never forget.
5- UNDERWATER MUSEUM AT CAPE TARKHANKUT, UKRAINE
The second museum in our list lies beneath the Black Sea off the Crimea Shore. Established after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, this museum consists of the busts of communist leaders and heads of socialism such as Lenin, Stalin and Marks. Besides the 50 busts, the museum recently added miniatures of famous structures such as Eiffel Tower and Tower Bridge to its collection.
6- THE NEPTUNE MEMORIAL REEF, FLORIDA, USA
The idea of visiting a cemetery can be terrifying on its own, but an underwater cemetery takes it to a whole new level. This man made reef is 5 km off the coast of Key Biscayne, Florida. Basically, it’s a cremation memorial site where cremated remains of people (upon their own will before dying) are placed and displayed. Since its opening in 2007, the reef has accommodated the cremated remains of 850 people and has still been expanding.
7- WEEKI WACHEE SPRINGS, FLORIDA, USA
If you don’t believe in mermaids, you are going to start questioning your beliefs after visiting here. Weeki Wachee is a large waterpark in Florida. What makes it stand out from an ordinary aqua park is the underwater theatre where female dancers wear fishtails and perform a choreography pretending to be mermaids. The place has been used as a filming location in many movies, TV shows and music videos. The park is located in Buccaneer Bay.
8- SUBSIX BAR, MALDIVES
Not everyone likes clubbing, but the idea of sweating on a dancefloor while surrounded by the gigantic Indian Ocean is intriguing enough to make you a hardcore clubber. Subsix Bar was built 6 meters below the surface near the private islands of Niyama that can be accessed via 40 minute long seaplane journey. The place is renowned for its weekly events where DJs from overseas play and offer an entertaining show that lasts until dawn.
9- CHRIST OF THE ABYSS, ITALY
Statues of Christ are always magnificent no matter what your religious beliefs are, but an underwater version will inevitably raise the bar. This bronze statue was created by Italian Sculptor Guido Galetti and submerged into the Mediterranean Sea near the coast of Portofino. The idea belonged to an Italian scuba-diving instructor called Duilio Marcante, who dedicated it to his friend Dario Gonzetti– also a scuba diving instructor – who died near that spot.
10- RUMMU UNDERWATER PRISON, ESTONIA
Water gives an astounding appearance to everything it surrounds and a prison is no exception. Rummu Quarry was built in 1930s for convicts who had community service duties. The area was also abundant in a special kind of marble. During one of the exhibitions in the 90s, the place was flooded with groundwater that partially submerged the lower half of the prison. Today, the prison is obviously not operational. It is still possible to dive in the lake and explore the area; but you must follow the instructions of professional divers because of the sharp objects like barbed wire in the water.
11- MOLINERE UNDERWATER SCULPTURE PARK, GRENADA
This contemporary underwater museum was among the first underwater sculpture parks. It was built by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor who used ecofriendly material to build human sculptures depicting the local lifestyle. There are currently 65 sculptures from Taylor as well as new additions from local artists. The sculpture park is accessible to scuba divers, snorkelers. The water is shallow, so it is even visible to those traveling in glass bottom boats.
12- USAT LIBERTY SHIPWRECK, BALI
Shipwrecks are all-time classic underwater destinations among tourists. One of the biggest shipwrecks belongs to a United States Army cargo ship called USAT LIBERTY. It was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine during World War 2 and ran ashore in Bali. However, a volcanic eruption in 1963 triggered a water displacement and submerged the shipwreck completely. Today, the area is extremely popular amongst divers visiting Bali. Its closeness to the surface of the water makes it very accessible.
13- UNDERWATER POST OFFICE, VANUATU
Vanuatu is an island that not so many people can locate on the map, but it has the reputation to own the one and only underwater post office of the world. Opened for business in 2003, this post office provides waterproof postcards for tourists from the rich marine-life. Being only three meters underwater, this place is accessible to scuba divers and snorkelers of all ages.
14- UNDERWATER WEDDING, BALI
Through thick and thin, above ground and underwater; Bali is the ultimate destination for romantic getaways, weddings and honeymoon. We all heard about marriage proposals or even wedding ceremonies in a plane, but underwater wedding is a fairly new concept which Bali breathes life into. The wedding packages usually consist of romantic boat tours followed by scuba diving and finally marriage vows with the eye witness of the marine life. The best part is, those who are not certified divers can take introduction lessons without extra charge.
15- SHARK REEF AQUARIUM AT MANDALAY BAY, NEVADA, USA
Shark Reef Aquarium in Las Vegas is one of the largest public aquariums in the world. The place has been opened to public in 2000 after an investment of 40 million USD. The highlights of the park include a Komodo Dragon, a Burmese Python, a Bowmouth Guitarfish and a great hammerhead shark. The entrance is only 15 USD for adults and discounted for children.
16- JULES’ UNDERSEA LODGE, FLORIDA,USA
Imagine a hotel that you can only enter by swimming 9 meters into the ocean with a scuba gear. The one and only underwater hotel in the USA, Jules’ Undersea Lodge, was formerly a marine research lab until 1970s. Having to dive to enter the hotel might sound like it is El Royale becoming real, but you will take necessary diving courses and will be accompanied by trained scuba divers along the way. Once inside, you may enjoy the facilities from the common rooms and kitchens to 2+1 hotel rooms.
17- POSEIDON UNDERSEA RESORT
This five-star hotel will bring a new definition to the word “Poseidon”. It was opened to public in 2008 near a private island in Fiji. Once you arrive at the airport, you are picked up by their private plane and transferred to the resort. The amenities inside the resort include underwater hotel rooms, beach bungalows, underwater restaurants, a wedding chapel and a public library even. Staying here costs around 15000 USD per night, but the hotel staff seems to make sure you get every penny’s worth.
18- SUBMERGED CITY OF SHI CHENG, CHINA
Beneath the artificial lake in Chun’an County of China lies one of the most intact ancient cities in the world. This ancient city is 1300 years old, however its submersion only occurred in 1959 when the government wanted to build a hydroelectric power station. Since the flooding was recent, there hasn’t been any erosion on the city buildings, so it might be worth a visit while the ancient city is still in good shape.
19- CLEOPATRA’S SUNKEN PALACE, EGYPT
There were many earthquakes and tsunamis in the history that wiped out towns and palaces off today’s map. Most of them remain intact and underwater, waiting for divers to explore. Cleopatra’s Palace in Alexandria is one of the most attracting underwater ancient structures. It was buried underwater due to an earthquake that happened 1500 years ago. Many artifacts have been removed and placed into the museums, but the main structure is still there including temple, main quarters and even an ancient museum.
20- GRÜNER LAKE, AUSTRIA
Have you ever wondered how having a picnic underwater would look like? The Grüner Lake, or Green Lake in Austria is one of the most scenic and regularly visited spots in Central Europe amongst hikers. In fact, Grüner Lake is only 1-2 meters deep in winter, but its seasonal expansion is a natural phenomenon. Because it is surrounded by snow-covered mountains, it grows drastically as the snow melts into the lake during spring time. As a result, the park surrounding the lake gets completely submerged in the water for a whole month at the end of the spring. Throughout May and June, you can dive in and explore the paths, bridges, trees and benches underwater.
In all honesty, when you here of the words “walk” or even “hike” you don’t immediately think of fun, adventure or thrill. What usually comes to your mind is taking a nature walk, looking at trees, spotting some birds, and taking in some fresh air.
However, after reading this list, your perception of these words will be altered greatly! We will list some of the scariest pathways in the whole world that are certified scary and have made many people shiver.
Of course, these pathways are open to tourists, what would be the fun if we told you of places that you couldn’t visit (if you wanted to)? We would, however, like to warn you that these places are not for the weak heart, and you should only go on them if you are perfectly fit and healthy.
Huangshan Walkway (China)
To put it simply, this is a path that runs alongside a mountain and is found in the Yellow Mountains in the southern Anhui province in China. This bridge will literally make you feel like you are walking amongst the clouds with terrifying views of the forest and valley below, but if you have vertigo or a similar problem, avoid going here!
The continent of Australia is probably one of the most fascinating and the hardest to reach lands on the planet. Besides its stunning nature, friendly people and cheerful culture, the other side of the coin can be quite scary. The diverse climate and vegetation is home to some of the deadliest animals in the world. From the almost microscopic to the human-sized animals, these animals will give you enough discomfort to fear for your life in the best case scenario. The worst case scenario can even be death within minutes. Here is a list of 25 animals you need to stay away from.
GREAT WHITE SHARK
Great White Sharks were not called great for nothing. They are famous for their sizes, large enough to interrupt a police operation conducted on the sea. With a large life-span and speed up to 60 km/h, these sharks are the biggest threat to the marine mammals. Technically humans are not prey for great whites because of containing more bone and muscles and less fat compared to the sea mammals. That being said, they are likely to bite humans when encountered in blurry waters. They probably won’t continue with the attack since they don’t really like human flesh. However, the bites can be lethal in case of severe blood loss and tissue damage.
10 facts why Beckhams are the best celebrity parents
Family is one of the most important things for most of the people, but, unfortunately, not everyone has the chance to live in the middle of a good, protective and caring family.
We all know David and Victoria Beckham, and their four kids. Because both of the parents are celebrities, some people think that they don’t have enough time to spend with their children, but this is just a myth. The news and the interviews with David and Victoria show that they have a very strong family life, and they all stay connected as much as possible.
The Season 6 of the very popular television series, Game of Thrones, was the first season that did not follow the book, A Song of Ice and Fire, and did not disappoint. Many of the fan theories built up at the end of the last season turned out to be true. The foremost was the anticipated resurrection of Jon Snow and the revelation about his parents. Both of them turned out as anticipated, Melisandre or the red priestess did actually bring him up from the dead as almost everyone expected. Ramsay Bolton, whose cruelty seemed to know no bounds, did eventually meet his fate in one of the most epic battles in the entire series. The Stark Sisters, are now among the pivotal characters in the plotline and have had a strong comeback in this season. The finale was pretty explosive with lots of plot twists and enough material for us to chew on and keep on guessing as to what to expect in the Season 7. We have made a list of theories we expect to play up next year.
10 exciting Game of Thrones season 7 theories:
Season 7 will bring Tyrion face to face with his siblings, Jaime and Cersei in battle. Tyrion is now the Hand of the Queen, the pin that he wears proudly. With his sister now on the Iron Throne along with his brother, he will be part of an army leading an attack against them. Tyrion has had misgivings against Cersei before and it does not seem they will be resolving anytime soon, but what will be interesting will be his face-off against his brother, who facilitated his escape the last time from King’s Landing.
Women across the globe are going CRAZY over the pretty, blue-eyed criminal Jeremy Meeks who broke the internet with his modelesque looks despite being a 6-time felon and very dangerous, according to authorities (but that’s not important right now). His handsome face has blown up the Internet. But Jeremy Meeks known as “Dreamy McMug Shot” is far more than a pretty face.
His piercing blue eyes and movie star looks have driven thousands of followers to Stockton Police Department’s Facebook page. Jeremy Meeks is now a free man. If you think that he sparked a lot of controversy back then for being too hot, you may want to learn exclusive details regarding the life of such a “sexy felon,” as well as his future modeling plans.
Here Are 10 up to date Exciting Facts About The Blue-Eyed Criminal Jeremy Meeks
Dangers that might cause the end of life on Earth soon
Some people are scared because of the end of life on our planet. Unfortunately this subject becomes a real threat for our civilization, and most of the specialists say that we, the people created the things that will affect us and the future generations that will live on Earth. There are many dangers that might cause the end of life on Earth soon, but some of them can be stopped or slowed down.
If you’re wondering what are some of the most,you can see some of them in the following paragraphs.
The most exclusive restaurants that are hard to get to
Do you want an amazing vacation with your lover, but in the same time do you want to go to an extraordinary place? We can help you with that and we suggest you to make a reservation for an exclusive restaurant.
This means that we recommend you to choose one of the most exclusive restaurants that are hard to get to: underwater restaurants, restaurants that are located in the top of a skyscraper, or even wooden restaurants that are placed in trees or other amazing locations.
If you’ll pick one of those, we’re pretty sure that your partner will be very impressed and you’ll definitely want to repeat this experience. Here are some of the best restaurants that are located in places that are hard to access, but in the end you’ll be completely satisfied because you have chosen them:
What happens With Your Body When You Stop Smoking?
Smoking is an ancient practice, and it was first used as a ritual. There is a wide variety of substances, dried plants leaves and other things that can be used to create a cigarette, but the most widespread cigarette is made of tobacco.
Even if sometimes it’s interesting and relaxing to have a cigarette with a friend, you probably know that smoking is a very bad habit for your body and for your health. This is the reason why many people try to quit smoking, but they aren’t prepared mentally and physically to do that.
Quitting smoking isn’t something very easy, that’s why many of those who are trying to give up on smoking don’t succeed. We will present you what happens when you stop smoking. Knowing those things you can anticipate and control your habits. It could be something very helpful because you’ll have bigger chances to stop smoking if you’ll know what happens in time!
Notice that some effects might be different for every person, and there are multiple factors that will influence your body behavior after you’ll smoke your last cigarette. Depending on how many cigarettes you smoke daily, what types of cigarettes you use (the percentage of nicotine in each cigarette) and many others, those things might vary in your case.
20 minutes after the smoke
Immediately after you stop smoking, your body will notice that. In the first 20 minutes your heart will establish the normal peace again, which means that you’ll have a close to normal blood pressure and pulse rate. Those are the first positive effects that you’ll be able to observe immediately.
2 hours after the smoke
After around two hours of no cigarette smoked your heart will be very close to the normal rate, so will be the blood pressure, but you’ll probably feel anxiety, maybe frustration, drowsiness or other sleeping problems. Those are symptoms of nicotine withdrawals, so don’t panic because it is normal if you haven’t smoking for two hours.
12 hours after the smoke
It is well known that a smoker inhales Carbon monoxide, which is transferred into the blood system. 12 hours after you quit smoking the level of Carbon monoxide from your blood will decrease, and the oxygen will take its place. This is an important thing that happens in your body, because you’ll have again a normal level of oxygen in blood. It is good to know that low level of oxygen in blood can cause serious health diseases, and some of the most known are the hearth conditions.
24 hours after the smoke
24 hours – no smoking and the risk for major health diseases will already be reduced.The studies show that the risk of coronary artery disease is very high for people who smoke, but once you quit smoking the risk will considerably lower in the first 24 hours.
48 hour after smoke
Two days – 48 hours – after you quit, you’ll start to feel better and better. You’ll regain some of the senses, like smelling and tasting because your nerves endings will regrow, which will result in a better food tasting and odor smelling.
3 days after quit smoke
The quitting smoking process became very difficult in the third day after you decided to stop to smoke. This is the point when you’ll body will be nicotine free, but you will surely experience some things that might make you think to light a cigarette. Things like depression, muscular cramps, headaches and even sweating are common and you should do your best to overcome them.
2 or 3 weeks after quit smoke
If you’re here, you can consider yourself half way to the finish line because after2 or 3 weeks of no smoking you’ll have a considerably better shape than you had a few weeks or months ago. At this point you can start doing physical exercises because your body will start to regenerate and heal. Specialists say that after 2 or 3 weeks your lungs will work better, and they will be with 30% healthier than they were when you used to smoke.
after a month
After a month you quit your lungs will be almost fully recovered and they will be able to work efficiently. The coughing and breath problems will stop soon, and, depending on each person, after 9 or more months all the symptoms will disappear and also the need of smoking will be gone.
after 1 year
You can celebrate now because you just reached 1 year of no smoking, which is one of the most important things that you achieved in the last period of time. After 1 year the risks of health diseases will lower with 50%.
after 5 year
In 5 years after quitting your blood vessel will be as healthy as a nonsmoker’s are, so the risks of having a stroke will diminish.
after 10 year
10 years after you quit smoking is another important mark in your life. Lung cancer, kidney cancer, oral cavity cancer or esophageal cancer chances are also getting lower and lower, but you should know that there are some things, that affected your whole body while you used to smoke, and some of them are irreparable.
If you’re adopting a healthy life style with physical activity, healthy and healthy food, after 15 years after you quit smoking the chances of hearth conditions are the same for you as they are for a nonsmoker. It is a good sign, but as you can see, it takes a lot of time.
You might notice that the benefits of quitting smoking are very important for long term, but if you stop today you’ll thank yourself in the future for this decision.
To be honest, excepting one of the most important benefit, your health, as a nonsmoker you’ll also save some money. It means that you could invest the money you used to spend on cigarettes to buy healthy foods and other things that could help you have a happy, healthy and long life with your family.
The smartphone is one of the most important gadgets that help us and make our life easier. A smartphone isn’t a simple phone that helps you contact your family, friends or co-workers, but it is a complex device that allows you to browse through different internet pages, to take amazing photos, record videos and even to install applications that offer you the possibility to talk via video call with your friends from every corner of the world.
If you plan to buy a new smartphone take a look at what are the 10 best smartphones to buy in 2016.
Huawei Mate 8
Huawei is a Chinese brand that started to build different electronic devices like TVs, Wi-Fi routers, mobile phones and others. Even if many people consider that the Chinese electronics are pretty bad, you should know that it is not the same case with this smartphone: Huawei Mate 8.
If you’re on a low budget but you want to have a powerful device, this is definitely the right one for you. It is also considered one of the best smartphones of 2016 because it has a long battery life – it last up to 2 or 3 days, depending on how much you use it.