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No Bullshit Tips for a Long Distance Relationship

Three years ago I met a girl who I thought was worth a 6,000 mile long distance relationship. She is now my wife. So that gamble paid off. It hasn’t been easy. I don’t mean this in a ‘oh woe me’ kind of way – there are far worse things for a person to go …

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Burn a Full Session’s Calories Without Joining a Gym

I used to go to the gym 3 times a week. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Without fail. I grew to loath it.   It was during my comprehensive school years. In addition, I would attend dinner-time circuit training, basketball club, rugby practice, and given a spare hour I’d get to the school gym. Oh, …

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Overriding Perfection: Embracing the way of Wabi Sabi

“Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect” – Richard Powell – Wabi Sabi Simple   In it’s earliest attempted definition, Aristotle explained the notion of perfection as a combination of three meanings:   That is perfect: which is complete – which contains all the requisite parts; which is so good that nothing of …

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Cochlear Implants: The Potential Beginning of the End of Deafness

Despite the incredible advances that have been made in modern medicine in the last half a century deafness has remained a major problem to society with roughly 10% of the global population suffering from deafness or some form of hearing a related issue. However thanks to recent advances in medical science that percentage might drop …

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15 Seriously Useful Travel Apps

There is a part of me that is totally against the idea of a ‘travel app’.   Organization, either by chance or by choice, has never really been my forte. I enjoy the open space of the unknowing – the gamble that getting lost affords you. It is due to this ‘open-air’ philosophy that I …

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One Reason You Should Listen to Shane Koyczan

Just one, of many. This is my voice, there are many like it, but this one is mine. and it’s a fine line when you’re trying to define the finer points of politics politics being a latin word “poli” meaning many “tics” meaning blood sucking butt lumps you see too many live in countries where …

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5 New Technologies That Will Change the World

Recent advances in science and technology seem to be mapping out a blueprint for a future fitting for Gene Roddenberry or Douglas Adams. There are those out there who are all too weary of these advances – and perhaps rightly so. Science Fiction has seldom held a trouble free vision of the future, technology has …

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Be Forever Amateur

The major obstacle for amateur film-makers is their own sense of inferiority vis-à-vis professional productions. The very classification “amateur” has an apologetic ring. But the very word – from the Latin amator, “lover” – means one who does something for the love of the thing rather than for economic reasons or necessity. And this is …

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Should YOU Start a Blog?

These past few months since I started Dayglobes I have become immersed in the blogging world. I have read countless amounts of articles, websites and books. I have downloaded guides, packs and kits from all manner of amazingly helpful websites. Some of these have been purely instructional while others have been a source of inspiration – …

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“How to Live Given the Certainty of Death”

How do we as human beings surpass mere survival and begin to live despite, or maybe due to, our mortality? What motivates us to improve instead of endure? If we manage our needs of food, water, warmth and shelter, what then drives some to jump from aeroplanes or swim rivers in Mount Everest? Why do we write …

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