I Only Do These 3 Skincare Steps But My Skin Has Never Looked Better

For many of us, skincare is far from simple. It’s difficult not to feel overwhelmed when perusing the aisles in drugstores, looking at everything from AHAs to hydrating serums — and don’t even get me started on retinol, retinal, and retinoids. I’m a beauty writer, so getting into the nitty gritty of each ingredient is what I signed up for. But no matter how many products I pick up and try, I always come back to a variation of the same three....

Eating breakfast at this time could reduce heart disease risk

A French study suggests that eating breakfast and supper an hour earlier may reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke. This research emphasizes the importance of meal timing for cardiovascular health, according to The Telegraph. The study found that having breakfast at 8 am instead of 9 am decreases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by...

Bells, top hats and face paint: why this English tradition refuses to go extinct

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Bushmen - A Day In The Life, Kenya Africa #maasai #bushmen #bushcraft #survival #primitiveskills

Bushmen - A Day In The Life of a Kamba Bushmen, Kenya Africa. In November of 2023 I traveled to the Maasai Mara of Kenya Africa. I spent many days living and learning with the people of the Maasai and one man from the Kamba Tribe, Kyenaka or commonly known as Moses. I spent days learning how to be a bushmen from Moses. I learned his tyle of tracking, hunting, trapping, bow building, finding water and so much more. This video is one day of many. We walked out into the Mara and lived. Lived as Moses has his entire life (65-80 Years...dose not know the year he was born). It was an honor and privilege to have learned from a true Bushmen. His ways are renowned and his knowledge is incomprehensible for some. Between Moses and myself, we understood each other. There was an unspoken understanding that consisted of looks, gestures and actions. We had some great conversation when everything was all said and done. Thanks a million for watching, liking and sharing my videos. I appreciate the support you all have given this channel! Your time, interests and feedback are important to me. I really want to say thanks to each and every person who likes, subscribes and shares my videos. Much respect! See you in the bush! Check out and follow my social media links below. Donny Dust Info Page - Donny Dust Instagram - Paleo Tracks Survival Home Page - #maasai #maasaimara #bushmen #donnydust #bushcraft #survival #primitiveskills #primitivetechnology #archeology #caveman #flintknapping #frictionfire #kamba #diy #africa #africanwildlife #africanbushmen

An Architects Own Tiny House That Is Nestled in Secret Lanes of The City (House Tour)

Fitzroy Laneway House is an architects own tiny house grounded in foresight and malleability – attributes that an architect brings when designing their own home. Andrew Child of Andrew Child Architecture creates a family home designed with both the present and the future in mind that eloquently responds to its inner-city Melbourne location. Andrew was immediately drawn to the original home, which is one of five Victorian terrace homes in a historically rich street in Fitzroy – a vibrant locale with lots of old buildings mixed in with new pieces of architecture. The brief for an architects own tiny house was to create a residence that would accommodate Andrew and his family into the future and be open to change. “I also wanted something quite informal, that felt relaxed. We want to have fun here,” says Andrew. Fitzroy Laneway House is founded on the notion of connection to the site and the surrounding area. “I wanted the house to feel like a sanctuary, but I still wanted it to feel like we are connected to Fitzroy,” notes Andrew. As such, large windows offer views of the garden, neighbouring buildings and across rooftops. “If things change, like trees knocked down, we have installed shading blinds, timber screens, metal screen curtains, drapes and hanging planters, which all help with managing privacy while still making us feel connected to the locale,” says Andrew. The interior design of an architects own tiny house often reflects a considered, layered approach. Downstairs is a music studio currently used by Andrew’s son that can be entered from the courtyard, an outdoor oasis surrounded by greenery. Upstairs is a parents' retreat with a master bedroom, a study space and a hidden ensuite uniquely characterised by exposed brickwork. The back building houses an upstairs office with a bathroom and kitchen that could become a studio apartment for Andrew’s son or a completely separate tenancy. The furniture, décor and material palette are robust, imbuing an architects own tiny house with an informal and grounded feel. Recycled red brick dominates throughout, while crazy paving features inside and outside in the garden, complemented by concrete, internal timber cladding, stainless steel benchtops and steel joinery. Notably, green tiling features in the main bathroom, seamlessly blending with the greenery in the courtyard and beautifully counterbalancing existing brick and brass tapware. Fitzroy Laneway House is an architects own tiny house that speaks to the power of informal interior design, malleable planning and the beauty of blending the old and the new in a way that reflects a home’s locale. 00:00 - Introduction to the Architects Own Tiny House 01:32 - A Family Centred Brief 02:01 - A Walkthrough and the Layout of the House 03:18 - Integrating the Landscape and Exterior 03:50 - A Robust and Grounded Material Palette 04:54 - The Connected Design Approach For more from The Local Project: Instagram – Website – Print Publication – Hardcover Book – The Local Project Marketplace – To subscribe to The Local Project's Tri-Annual Print Publication see here – Photography by Tom Ross. Architecture and Interior Design by Andrew Child Architect. Build by Built by Guild. Landscape Architecture by Mud Office. Landscape Construction by Mcnuttndorff Landscapes. Structural Engineering by OPS Engineers. Heritage Architecture by Michael Taylor Architects. Acoustic Consulting by Peter Brown Architects. Filmed by The Local Project. Edited by HN Media. Production by The Local Project. Location: Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia The Local Project acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the land in Australia. We recognise the importance of Indigenous peoples in the identity of our country and continuing connections to Country and community. We pay our respect to Elders, past and present and extend that respect to all Indigenous people of these lands. #ArchitectsOwnHome #TinyHouse #TheLocalProject

Your garden’s carbon footprint isn’t as small as you may think

A study published in Nature found that the carbon footprint of food grown via urban agriculture is six times greater than conventional agriculture, and for one main reason. CBC’s Stephanie Cram explains why, and shares one farmer’s tips for keeping your carbon emissions down.

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Cities Where the Average Salary Isn’t Enough To Get By

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I visited the 'City of Love' solo – and found a different love I wasn't expecting

Renowned for exuding romance with tens of thousands of proposals happening at the Eiffel Tower each year, it's no wonder Paris is branded the City of Love. The French capital first got its reputation in the 19th century, when artists and writers including Victor Hugo and Honoré de Balzac banded together for what we now know as the Romantic period. ...

5 ideas for greening your outdoor space for a potential mood boost

Even with limited outdoor space, from a compact balcony to a modest backyard, these tips will help you attract birds to your haven.

10 Interesting Facts About People Who Like to Be Alone

Here are 10 interesting facts about people who like to be alone. If you like being alone most of the time, you will relate to this list a lot. And if you're more social and outgoing, this video will provide you with valuable insight into the truly amazing world of the lone wolf personality type so that you can better understand the loners in your life. While it's easy to say that people who enjoy being alone are just more introverted or shy, there's actually more to the quiet type. In fact, there are many special personality traits of people who like to be alone. Loners also tend to be highly intuitive people, and their intuition is a powerful guiding force in their lives. So, whether you were born to be a loner or just want to learn more about these folks, you'll learn a lot from this video. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe To Our Channel for More Videos Like This! TWITTER: FACEBOOK:

I Investigated the City That Wants Fast Food Banned...

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6 Ways to Travel Like a Local

Have you ever wanted to really experience a culture and travel like a local instead of like a tourist? Well here are a few ways to help you really experience travel like a local. Filmed in Turku, Finland Copyright Mark Wolters 2024 Join this channel to get access to perks: #travel #localfood #travellikealocal Copyright Mark Wolters 2024 Learn how to plan your travels like we do with our Travel Planning 101 Course: Grab some Wolters World travel gear Help Us Keep Make More Honest Travel Videos: Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers. You can find us all over the internet: Travel Advice & Destinations: Food Travel Videos: Travel Tips: Business Education: Tiktok: Instagram: Jocelyn's Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Linkedin:

How To Build Wealth In Your 20s (Realistically)

These are the 7 investing habits that have changed my life, how to best implement them, and what you can do to potentially come out ahead 10-30 years from now. Enjoy! Add me on Instagram: GPStephan | PROMOTIONAL OFFER: Get FREE Fractional Shares when you sign up and make a deposit using my paid affiliate link for WeBull: GET MY WEEKLY EMAIL MARKET RECAP NEWSLETTER: The YouTube Creator Academy: Learn EXACTLY how to get your first 1000 subscribers on YouTube, rank videos on the front page of searches, grow your following, and turn that into another income source: - $100 OFF WITH CODE 100OFF NUMBER ONE: INVESTING ASAP Following this is easily the most impactful in terms of how much wealth you can accumulate throughout your lifetime. When you’re young, one of the biggest advantages you have when it comes to investing is really simple - it’s TIME. Not only can you ride out any short-term fluctuations in the market, but you can take full advantage of what’s called "Compound Interest." Every year that goes by without investing is a year you won’t be seeing insane growth 30 or 40 years from now. NUMBER TWO: DON’T TIME THE MARKET This is the simplest, most factual piece of advice you’ll ever hear when it comes to investing - but it also happens to be the most difficult for people to actually follow. On top that - studies show that the more trades you make, and the more you try to time the market, the lower your overall return becomes. Research has also shown that since 1926, a 20-year holding period of the stock market has never ONCE produced a negative result. So, without overloading you with facts and studies, all I’m going to say is this: The buy-and-hold investment strategy tends to not only be the safest, but also the most profitable for the majority of people. In fact, just buying in the market immediately - regardless of where it's priced - has out performed trying to time the market 71% of the time. NUMBER THREE: DON’T INVEST IN THINGS YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND I’d much rather just not invest at all, than put your money into something you don’t fully understand. Especially in this market, where literally everything is going up, it’s so simple to get disillusioned that investing is really easy, and get yourself accustomed to always making money. But that doesn’t always happen. You need to understand that investing is going to be cyclical, investments will lose for years in a row, and you need to understand and know that going in. FOURTH: DON’T INVEST MONEY YOU NEED IN THE SHORT TERM When you invest money, there’s always a chance that the value of that investment will go down in the near future. Investing should always be seen as a long-term strategy. You generally can’t predict where the markets will be a few months or a few years from now - but you CAN look back historically - and see that over a period of 10 or 20 years, your chances of coming out ahead profitable are pretty good. So, for that reason…investing any money that you’ll need within the short term is not a good idea, and could cost you a LOT if things end up getting bad. FIFTH: INVEST CONSISTENTLY Investing is just a way of life. All you need to do this, is to automate your investing as much as you can. Just set up automatic withdrawals into a broad index fund without even thinking about it - out of sight, out of mind. You don’t need to be actively involved with it all the time, but just consciously remember it’s there - and that’s it. SIXTH: THINK INDEPENDENTLY This is the hardest thing to do from everything I’ve mentioned, but it’s also the one that will make you the most money if you get good at it. And what I mean by this is that you must trust your own thoughts and research, and not be swayed by someone else who says otherwise, or disagrees with you. My ENTIRE Camera and Recording Equipment: For business inquiries, you can reach me at [email protected] *Some of the links and other products that appear on this video are from companies which Graham Stephan will earn an affiliate commission or referral bonus. Graham Stephan is part of an affiliate network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites. The content in this video is accurate as of the posting date. Some of the offers mentioned may no longer be available. This is not investment advice.

Is a cottage a viable 1st home? How the ownership thought process is changing

Should your first property be urban, suburban or rural? Here's what to know about how costs and lifestyle can vary depending on where and what kind of home you buy.

I downsized from my city apartment to a tiny house in the countryside to save money – but my cost of living increased instead

A millennial downsized from her Toronto apartment to a 240-square-foot tiny house in the countryside. She loves being in touch with nature, but it's a lot of work.

Homebody Living in New York | Getting settled into my new home, organizing, cooking in new kitchen!

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Understanding anxiety: Behaviors not to take personally

Sometimes, people experience anxiety sporadically. Typically, worry due to specific events or everyday concerns lasts briefly, from a few minutes to a few days. It's important to understand situations where getting upset with someone isn't necessary, as there are specific reasons for this, according to the "How are you?" psychological community on ...

Seeking joy is the first step to spiritual health, says local priest

Father Gino Mathias, the parish priest at St. Mary’s and Our Lady of Lourdes Church, says his mother decided, before his eyes were even opened, that her baby would one day become a priest. Although many around the world are given the freedom to decide which religion to live by, Father Mathias reflects on his personal journey to the Catholic faith a...

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Genius Life Hacks That Work Extremely Well

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My NYC Apartment Tour: Luxury Penthouse in Manhattan

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10 Reasons People Retire To Florida. Golf?

Top 10 Reasons People Retire To Florida. Golf and Real estate always play a part in the decision to move to Florida. Disney and The Village can also be a factor. More and more people retire to Florida every year, Since 1950 Florida and Retirement have been linked. The reason why may change over the years but it hasn't slowed down. Even people that retire early find their way to Florida. It isn't just Miami, or Sarasota. People retire all over the Sunshine State, Tampa, Orlando, Fort Myers, Boca-Raton, and Palm Beach. Where you end up normally has to do with how your retirement planning went and if you have the financial freedom to retire early. Do you need a local Realtor for the area you want to move to? can help: Use this link: Our Website: Sponsorship Inquiries: [email protected] 🔶My Other Channels: 📺 On This Day: 🏡Suite Life For Briggs: Our Pig Channel:

Hide the saltshaker: Adding sodium regularly to food increases risk of chronic kidney disease

Excess salt can come from the intake of some fish and meat.

How the colours we wear affect everything from our mood to our energy levels

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When to eat to lose weight: Experts' answer

Do you eat when you start feeling really hungry? This is a big mistake. To combat unwanted kilograms, you need to eat at the right time for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. More information on when to eat to lose weight, according to Wprost. The regularity of meals and weight loss Healthy weight loss is primarily a correct approach, considering balanc...

Meet 'super ager' Angeline Charlebois, 105

105-year-old Angeline Charlebois insists there’s no secret to a long, healthy life -- it's about keeping busy and looking ahead. The social and active centenarian from Levack, Ont., may be considered a “super ager” -- someone over the age of 80 with the memory of someone 20-30 years younger. (June 26, 2024)

Happy Tails: Finding Hope For Wildlife in an ever-changing world of human & nature-driven challenges

Wildlife is in constant conflict with humans. More recently, major weather events (driven in part by climate change), have been a huge challenge for wildlife sanctuaries. In part four of our series, Happy Tails: Canadian Animal Rescue Stories, we see how Halifax's Hope For Wildlife is adapting to these changes, while also helping to educate the public about how it can do its part to protect animals.

This is Why People in Costa Rica Live Longer than Anywhere Else in the World

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Musician Griff steps into the spotlight

After being named Rising Star by the BRIT Awards, musician Griff has opened for Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and Taylor Swift. She has just released her debut album, "Vertigo." (July 15)

Health Matters: Stroke Awareness Month

Do you know the signs of stroke? June is Stroke Awareness Month and Heart and Stroke is reminding Canadians that time is critical when it comes to getting treatment. VGH Stroke Neurologist Dr. Lily Zhou discusses the warning signs.

More than half of parents report burnout, U.S. study finds. What can be done?

A new study has found that high expectations, both internal and external, can lead to unrealistic pressure to be a perfect parent.

I have been lonely all my life. I see it as an asset

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Lose weight without going to gym: Simple tips to follow

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Millennial Money: The evolution of retirement - and what it might mean for you

Now that retirement spans more years than ever, you might need to rethink how you’re envisioning that stage of your life. Although Americans are retiring a little later than they did 30 years ago, they’re also living longer. Retirement isn’t a blip on the life radar — it’s a significant chunk of time. While your parents may have retired and never w...

Looking — and feeling — like a million dollars in heat means loose linen clothing

FREDERICTON — Dressing for the summer to stay and look cool involves more than picking out a white T-shirt and shorts. Choosing the right fabric, according to experts in fashion and dermatology, is about a breezy fit, and remembering to hydrate.

Foods that slow brain aging and how to incorporate them in your diet

A new study has shown that specific nutrients, similar to those found in the Mediterranean diet, can play a crucial role in slowing brain aging, according to Healthline. Foods that slow brain aging Scientists have found that fatty fish should be included in your diet. "Fatty fish, like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and trout, are rich in omega-3 fatt...

More than 50% of Gen Z gets their health advice from TikTok

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Snoring and associated health risks can be minimized by adopting a healthier diet.

Managing cognitive decline can be a challenge as we age

Dealing with cognitive decline personally or with a loved one is a process that can be fraught with pitfalls, but there are a number of resources people can use to get the help they need, the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre director of nursing and community care said. January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and people who might be dealing with thei...

When it comes to sustainability reporting, it depends on how serious companies are about making change

Companies are facing pressure to become more open about how they do business. With income inequality, governance failures and the mismanagement of natural resource capital threatening both society and the environment, there are growing calls for more corporate disclosure and accountability. Many firms now report how they are doing along economic, environmental and social lines in what is called a sustainability report. These reports give...

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Eating disorders in adolescents

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An unhealthy lifestyle may land you in a nursing home - study

All lifestyle behaviors except for diet were independently linked to an increased risk of nursing home admission.

Man Builds a Log Hut in the Wild Forest in 6 Months by @bushcraftoutdooradventures3135

The Taiga shelter project by Bushcraft: Outdoor Adventures is a remarkable endeavor that combines traditional building techniques with modern bushcraft skills. This project showcases the creator's deep passion for the wilderness and commitment to sustainable living. By constructing a shelter using only hand tools and natural materials, the project pays homage to the practices of indigenous peoples and early settlers in the Taiga region. Bushcraft: Outdoor Adventures carefully selected materials for the shelter, prioritizing sustainability and environmental harmony. Fallen trees provided the logs for the structure, while moss and mud were used for insulation. This approach not only ensured minimal ecological impact but also reflected traditional practices of utilizing readily available resources. By creating a functional and cozy shelter using hand tools and natural materials, the project celebrates the ingenuity of historical builders and the beauty of the wilderness. Bushcraft: Outdoor Adventures has successfully demonstrated that with skill, dedication, and a deep respect for nature, it is possible to create a harmonious and sustainable living space in the heart of the Taiga. This project not only serves as a model for future bushcraft endeavors but also inspires a renewed commitment to preserving and honoring our natural heritage. BUSHCRAFT: OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Youtube: Web: Email: [email protected] Disclaimer: Quantum Tech HD is not affiliated with the businesses whose products are shown in this review. Any trademarks depicted are the property of their respective owners.

8 Ways to Increase HDL Cholesterol, According to Experts

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