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    • Classic pavlova Impress your friends this weekend with a Classic pavlova an Australian made from scratch. It’s easier than you think!! Cooking Time 75 minutes Ingredients (serves 6) 1 tablespoon cornflour 6 egg whites 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 1/3 cups caster sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon white vinegar 200ml pure cream 250g frozen raspberries, slightly mashed Method 1.    Preheat oven to 200°C. Draw a 24cm (diameter) circle on a sheet of baking paper. Place, pencil-side down, on a baking tray. Dust lightly with 1 Read More […]
    •   Photo Credit Thunder at Wizards 2/1/14  Keith Allison – Flickr: Kevin Durant What now for Kevin Durant? Standing at 6 feet and 9 inches tall, Kevin Durant averages at 27.4 point, 7.0 rebounds and 3.7 assist per game, playing mostly as a small forward in his career. Starting as a Seattle SuperSonic in 2007, he eventually came to be as a Thunder from Oklahoma City as of 2008 till present. With more than 600 games under his belt, Kevin Durant is often described as a scoring prodigy by many including John Hollinger, as Durant often Read More […]
    • 11 Things You Keep Holding on To Thoughts, they creep up on you when you least expect them to. You can’t seem to shake them off, no matter what you do. The thoughts take a step back when moments of joy come into your life, but as soon as the joy is gone, the thoughts come racing back. Your mind becomes crowded with thoughts and escaping from them seems inevitable. Will the thoughts ever disappear?  Or will you become a victim to your own mind? Let’s cut down on the melodramatics and cut to the chase. If your thoughts are pulling you down from Read More […]
    •   Weathering the cold and flu season Some good tips on surviving the flu season without too much pain. It doesn’t matter where you live in the world – from hot, steamy Darwin to the breathtakingly cold Canada or Alaska – it’s almost impossible to escape catching a cold or flu during the winter months. The old saying, “prevention is better than the cure” is paramount to everything we do in life, so here are a few tips on staying healthy when everyone around you is succumbing to the dreaded lurgy! Be good to Read More […]
    • 5 Lesser Known Stories of Inspirational Leaders Everyone knows about success stories. We recognize the people with fame, fortune, wealth and money. However, not many people are aware of the rejection, failure and struggle that came prior to reaching those heights. We don’t know how the successful figures failed numerous times before finally flourishing. Below is the list of five famous people who failed miserably before making it big. The only thing that differentiates them from other people is that they never gave up!   Those Beautiful Read More […]
    • 5 Foods That Need To Be In the Fridge Now! All of us have been at that point in life where we get up at night feeling incredibly hungry and thinking about dinner that seems like a distant memory at that point. If you feel hungry during the night it is important that you stock on some late night nibbles that will satiate your hunger during the night. What is important is that you have a few healthy ingredients so that you can have a guilt free meal and not gain weight. Bananas Bananas are rich in potassium and fiber that will help you in Read More […]
    • Benefits of Trying Something New Everyday Stagnant water loses its worth, and so does a human being. We are made to experience, learn, change, grow and evolve. If you are stuck in a muddle, it is the right to come out of it. It is so sad not to try new things every day when the world is full of wonderful people, places, and experiences. Here you can find a few benefits to motivate your old boring soul to try newer horizons. 1.     Feeds Your Curiosity Curiosity is every human being’s sin. Feed it as much as you can! Learning outcomes would not Read More […]
    • Dollar dazzlers “a change is as good as a holiday” With a firm grip on her travel budget, Melanie Ball, a travel writer and photographer, explores Australia for dollar-friendly holiday options. Proverbial wisdom tells us “a change is as good as a holiday”  – a modern cliché which is as inaccurate as it is irritating. But alas, escaping the everyday usually costs money and the recent global economic crisis has eaten into this year’s travel budget.  So how lucky are we to live in a country flush with inexpensive holiday options! Campervan Read More […]
    • Classic Insights: I love first graders Today’s Humor… 1st grade school teacher had twenty-six students in her class. She presented each child in her classroom the 1st half of a well-known proverb and asked them to come up with the remainder of the proverb. It’s hard to believe these were actually done by first graders    Their insight may surprise you.  While reading, keep in mind that these are first-graders, 6-year-olds, because the last one is a classic!  1.  Don’t change horses  until they stop running.  2. Read More […]
    • Is an Avengers vs. X-Men movie a Marvel too far? The incredible box office success of the Russo Brothers’ latest masterpiece, Captain America: Civil War, has casted a spellbinding impression on audiences. The expectations of fans seeing their true comic book heroes brought to light in an impeccably well-executed plot and superhero action-adventure movie has landed it to join the elite class of epic superhero action movies alongside other Marvel blockbusters, X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: First Class. Speaking of which, many fans are Read More […]
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