LIFESTYLE

New railway line opens between Capital and Ankara

Ankara is the capital of Turkey. With a population of 4,587,558 in the urban center (2014) and 5,150,072 in its province (2015), it is Turkey’s second largest city after Istanbul having outranked İzmir in the 20th century. Read More »

Everyday Foods That Are Banned in Different Countries Because of Their Ingredients

In Europe and Great Britain, selling chicken treated with chlorine has been banned since 1997. Chlorine washing is used to exclude the possibility of salmonella and other bacterial infections. In Europe, this method is considered to be dangerous because a high chlorine content may be harmful to our health. In 2010, the same prohibition was implemented in Russia. Read More »

Tricks to Bring You Back to Life When You Feel Exhausted

Studies have shown that sitting in an upright position helps us fight fatigue by increasing the oxygen level in our blood. Other trials have demonstrated that people who sit straight tend to be in a better mood and experience less negative emotions compared to those who sit in a slumped posture. You can also do some light stretching right at ... Read More »

How much money do celebrities get per post on Instagram?

There are several ways you can grow your followers on Instagram. Some of the most effective ways have been highlighted by Melyssa Griffin, tactics such as; liking photos in your niche, socializing, asking people to follow you, running contests, and more. Read More »

Miss Venezuela 2019

he 2019 edition of the Miss Venezuela pageant concluded on August 1 in Caracas with the crowning of the country’s bets to two of the Big5 beauty pageants. Read More »

J-Lo visits the Western Wall

A day after wowing fans with a long-awaited performance in front of a thrilled Tel Aviv audience, Jennifer Lopez on Friday visited Jerusalem’s Western Wall. Read More »

Surprising ways the elite are showing off their wealth around the world

He and his two business partners each bought homes for cash, at prices ranging from £200,000 to £320,000. “This appears to have been the first sale of London property to private buyers from the former USSR in modern British history,” notes the investigative journalist Oliver Bullough in his eye-opening and essential book Moneyland. Read More »

Driving by Motorbike

Stopping a moving motorcycle requires that the rider use two brakes — one on the front wheel, controlled by the right hand, and one on the rear wheel, controlled by the right foot. Read More »

Festival in Kish

According to Mary Sheehan Warren, personal fashion consultant and author of It’s So You, a fashion personality is the innately unique character within all women that’s expressed through certain style choices. And yes, every one of us has a fashion personality (even if that personality is “prefers sweatpants”). Read More »