LIFESTYLE

12 Ways People Drink Tea in Different Countries

 Egyptians are well-known for being big tea drinkers. Their national Egyptian drink is called Karkadeh tea, which is a sweet-sour drink of bright red color, made of dried Sudanese rose flower bracts. You can drink it both hot and cold. 12. Egypt Read More »

The Last Street Modelling photo shooting for summer 2016

This post will come in handy not only for photographers looking for inspiration, but also all the ladies out there who want to look great in every shot. Here are some of the best poses which highlight your best features and hide even the most obvious imperfections. You’ll be a supermodel in no time. Read More »

Aydin Aghdashloo’s daughter married in London

 Tara Aghdashloo is daughter of Aidin Aghdashloo and a writer, filmmaker, host, and curator based in London, U.K. She was born in the capital and moved to Canada at the age of 15, where she finished her BA of Journalism at Ryerson University. Tara Aghdashloo, Aydin Aghdashloo ( her father ) & Armin ( her husband) Read More »

Hilarious Pics Of Kids Before & After Their First Day Of School

 As you can see from these funny before and after pictures compiled however, they didn’t all look so unhappy to begin with. Some of them look positively excited to be attending their first day of class. But school can do strange things to a kid, which is why they all look so fed up, traumatized, and in some cases shell-shocked ... Read More »

Pictures that shows swimming in Urmia 2016

This picture taken on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, shows an Iranian swimming in Urmia Lake near Urmia, northwestern Iran. Hopes for survival of Urmia salt lake have been revived after more rains boosted a government program aimed at preserving the almost dried up water body. Read More »

World Loan rates in 2016

 Information on the World Bank’s lending rates, loan charges and current financial products can be found on the World Bank Finances site as part of the IBRD Statement of Loans. Terms and rates of each loan vary according to country eligibility and timing of the loan agreement 10. Norway – Interest rate, 1.95% – GDP 53,471 Read More »

The Truth Behind Some Instagram Photos

 For a creative new campaign, ‘A Kitchen Lived In: Perception vs Reality’, British designer and retailer Wren Kitchens teamed up with 5 popular parent bloggers to show the world what really lies beneath all those ‘perfect’ Instagram pics. The project shows how cropping, choosing the right angle and right filters, can make a messy photo look like a perfect portrait. Read More »

hilarious photos showing that kids can fall asleep literally anywhere

 Kids are like little balls of energy. They can hurtle around your home for hours on end, then promptly collapse into a deep sleep when their ’batteries’ run out — and usually, this means sleeping wherever they were last standing. Read More »

The unseen pictures of Trump’s Scottish mother

 Donald Trump’s mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, was born in Scotland in 1912 His mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, was born in 1912 and grew up in the wee village of Tong on the isle of Lewis. Now photographs have emerged of Mary before she crossed the Atlantic and met Fred Trump, who she married in 1936. Mary Anne MacLeod Read More »