Woman to Woman Someone will always be prettier. Someone will always be smarter. Someone's house will be bigger. Someone will drive a better car. Someone will earn more. Someone will travel more. Just let it go. Take care of yourself. Love yourself and your circumstances. The prettiest, slimmest woman in the world may have sadness in her heart. The most highly favoured woman in your office may not be able to have children. That married friend of urs might not be happy in her marriage. The richest woman you know may have the car, the house, and the clothes - but might be very lonely. So, love yourself. Love who you are right now. Tell yourself "I am too blessed to be stressed." Be well. Be happy. Be blessed.
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❓DID YOU KNOW: The Inuits and other native people made their kayaks by stitching animals skins together, mostly often seal skins and stretching this material over a frame made from wood or whalebone skeletons. Moreover, whale fat was also used as one of the main materials for waterproofing.
😮In addition, the word kayak means “hunter’s boat” or a “man’s boat”. Originally, these small boats were designed for hunting. A perfect way of creeping up on animals that lived on water. Today, when we mostly hear the word kayak. People primarily thought of fun and sightseeing. 🛶
Happy #WorldBeeDay to these mini mathematicians! 🐝🤓🔢 Did you know honeybees can do basic math! According to a recent study, honeybees can add and subtract if trained to do so – despite their teeny-tiny brains! A honeybee’s brain has about 1 million neurons, which is pretty small compared to a mouse brain (~75 million neurons) or a human brain (~100 BILLION neurons). But the buzz about bees’ newfound math skills isn’t just exciting from a biological perspective... It’s possible that in deconstructing how bees compute numbers, researchers could make better, more efficient computers one day! Head to our story to read the full article from @voxdotcom. Original research via @rmituniversity.
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Good waves about this morning... Which leads me to fact of the day...
Banging your head against a wall for one hour burns 150 calories. Alternatively, you can walk your dog for 45 minutes, which also burns 150 calories – and is much less painful.
I know what I’d do🤯🤕🤕🤕
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A lightning bolt has enough energy to toast 100,000 slices of bread
According to tests made at the Institute for the Study of Animal Problems in Washington, D.C., #dogs and #cats, like people, are either #right-handed or #left-handed --- that is, they favor either their right or left #paws.
I think we all made the same face when we learned this fact while studying at @sexcoachu. This is one of the many reasons it's important to get comfortable with touching and looking at your vulva, so you can clean and care for it properly. Remember just washing with water is fine! If you suspect you may have adhesions, try using a cotton swab to lubricate the area with vitamin E and see your doctor if pain persists.⠀
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This day (20 May) in 1498, Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama reached India becoming the first European to do so by sea.
A lot of European empires had established trade routes with India, a land fabled to be rich. The famous Silk Route had been established but it had its challenges as the passage was dangerous and time-consuming. Many sailors from the West sailed to discover a sea route but to no avail until a Portuguese man led his ships to the shores of India.
In his late thirties at the time of his voyage, da Gama began his journey from Lisbon on July 8, 1497 with a crew of 170 aboard four ships. The sailors faced a lot of challenges. They traveled along the Western coast of Africa before reaching "Cape of Good Hope". They also faced hostile natives in Africa.
With the help of an Arab speaking explorer and an Indian merchant he managed to reach Calicut, Kerala in India. Around two-thirds of the crew died during the voyage, most of disease. Although, he was not greeted warmly by rulers of the kingdom, he managed to leave India with some spices. After a long, tiring journey, he reached Portugal in September 1499 and was greeted as a hero.
Vasco Da Gama went on to voyage to India twice more (1502-03 and 1524) and also served as Portuguese viceroy to India in 1524 but died shortly after.
Fun Fact :- The sum of the distances covered in the outward and return voyages made this expedition the longest ocean voyage ever made until then, far longer than a full voyage around the world by way of the Equator.
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Top tip: Fill your plate with veggies, not only do they provide a high fibre content and added volume. Vegetables take longer to digest, making you feel fuller for longer.
Grizzly bears are a sub species of the Brown bear. The largest of the Grizzlys are found on Kodiak Island in Alaska. Normally solitary, but when the Salmon run happens these bear will stand side by side picking off the fat, nutrient rich fish. Eating 25 big Salmon a day. .
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