June 2015 Blog Posts (7)

First Post (My limited knowledge on Women & How most guys screw up Flirting)

Hello Gents. I am new here and so I thought I'd start off by trying to add some value. So many guys I meet that have frustrations with girls seem socially inept when it comes to talking to women. Now of course as MEN, we don't like to admit we are inept at anything, but the proof is substantial in many cases. 

The Casanovas seem to be too far and few between. Why is that? I personally blame the media. How many movies have you seen where the guy is either a blumbering oaf who…

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Added by Joshua Hudson on June 23, 2015 at 4:03pm — No Comments

Start Snack Free Shopping

Start Snack Free Shopping

Make a shopping list before you go to the store. The list should be snack-free, of course!

The best way to make a shopping list is to first plan out all of your meals for the week (or the month, depending on how often you go to the store).

Figure out exactly what ingredients you need and how much of each ingredient you need. Then, when you get to the store, buy only those ingredients and only enough for your meals.

You can actually save a…

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Added by John David on June 20, 2015 at 1:30am — No Comments

A Guide To Reducing Extra Body Weight

Are you facing the obesity issues? Well, if you are facing obesity issues then you should know that there are plenty of important factors that play an important role in the reduction of the body weight. If you have extra body fat, then you will have to find a way to reduce it properly. Most of the people don’t find the best remedy to get rid of the body fat, and they always end up wasting their money on something that will not resolve any your issues. Here, we are going to share few…

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Added by Holly P. Key on June 17, 2015 at 3:30am — No Comments

All about Moleskin notebooks

Moleskin is the most versatile notebooks available and you can do a lot with it. And you would also not mind carrying moleskin to an important event. These are very popular and can easily fit in your pockets as well. When you sketch a poster design or a wire frame, a paper or a notebook will be good. But why should you settle for “good” when actually achieve the best.

What makes a moleskin notebook stand out? They stand out…

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Added by Steve Peter Parker on June 15, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Turn Off The TV

Turn Off The TV

If you have ever in your life eaten food purely out of boredom, then you already know the dangers of letting your mind or body get bored.

While the television might seem like a cure for boredom, it’s more of a distraction from the bored feeling.

It doesn’t stimulate your mind or get your body moving. It just flashes some nice colors and sounds at you so you don’t have to think about boredom.

To kill boredom, you need activities that actually…

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Added by Carlos John on June 15, 2015 at 2:40am — No Comments

Enjoy Recording Music On The Vinyl Records For Enjoying Music To The Whole New Level

Age of record players:

Before the 1970s, or can be said before the invention of tapes, compact discs and MP3 players,  people used to listen to the recorded music that they used to do it by themselves in their own record players. There used to be no fast forward, rewind or shuffle in their record players. Instead of these options, they used to choose an album to enjoy about 25 minutes of their own music by one artist before they start with the flipping over for more…

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Added by Holly P. Key on June 9, 2015 at 5:00am — No Comments

Cut The Caffeine

Cut The Caffeine

A cup of coffee in the morning is a great way to jumpstart your day. The caffeine wakes you up and speeds up your metabolism.

If you drink it without milk or sugar, it is also the ideal zero calorie treat. But beyond 1 or 2 cups in the morning, you should be careful about how much caffeine you consume in a day.

Too much caffeine raises blood pressure, increases anxiety, and can keep you awake at night when you are trying to go to sleep.

Coffee…

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Added by Davis Jones on June 3, 2015 at 2:35am — No Comments

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