Wake up your relationship

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Most couples experience a certain downfall in their relationship sooner or later. If the same has happened to you, you should ask yourself certain questions and try to find the root of the problem. Do you love each other? Are you willing to invest time to improve your relationship? Do you enjoy your life together? These questions should be your starting point in fixing your relationships, along with the following advice. Continue reading

Learn about the most captivating beverage known as coffee

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Coffee can be described as one of the most popular beverages all around the world. An element of romanticism is often associated with this beverage and people always have the luxury of choosing from a wide range of choices. Almost a third of world’s population has been consuming coffee and many people cannot even think of starting a day without this beverage. The ever rising numbers of cafes or coffee shops clearly show the popularity of this beverage and it has been estimated that more than 7 million tons of coffee are produced every year. Arabica and Robusta are the most common plants from which it is produced. 75 to 80% of coffee is produced from the Arabica plant and Robusta plants account for 15 to 20% of the total coffee production in the world. Continue reading

For the Love of Bonsai

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Bonsai is of the most interesting and ancient types of horticulture to have been developed. Some of the largest trees can be reduced to something so small that you can even hold an oak tree in the palm of your hand. Many thousands of years of experience has gone into the art of bonsai, and it can now be found all around the world. Continue reading


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the soccer ball

Soccer, known in many parts of the world as football, is one of the most popular sports there is. Although the first modern game was developed in England, origins of soccer can be found in games in Egypt, China, and Japan. The first game recorded in history was in China, in the second and third century BC, where a ball was used to score goals into a hole. Similar to soccer, hands were not allowed to touch the ball. Then, in Egypt in 2500 BC, there was a ball game played between young woman. The Japanese version of the game was called Kemari, played with a larger ball filled up with sawdust. Continue reading