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  1. A glass of blended spirulina! Ingredients: 1 Teaspoonful of Spirulina Powder + Cold Water, blend.
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  2. Medical Questions Answered
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  3. What Are You Drinking Now? The objective is to keep a record of what humans are drinking in 2021. Let's keep this fun 🙂
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  5. In America, the diet industry brings in over $60 billion a year. A large chunk of this is spent on quick-fix products that promise to help you lose weight without changing your lifestyle in any meaningful way. The rest are for "lifestyle change" diets that require you to radically alter your habits and cut out entire food groups. But is it all hype? Does anyone actually have a diet that works? And how much do we really know about what works when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off? We've got three diet tips guaranteed to work, based on current science!
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  7. My mom made me a cake for my birthday!
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  8. Tinola is the Philippines’ signature dish.
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  9. The BMW iX is hands down, better than the Model S 🙂
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  11. A lot of diet tips out there are not based on current science. There are, however, some diet tips that will work for you. Eat more vegetables Eat less red meat Eat less sugar Eat less processed food If you’re struggling with your weight, you probably know a number of things are working against you. You aren’t exercising enough, you’re eating too many packaged, processed foods, you’re eating too much sugar, and you’re eating too much fat. One of the most effective tricks that weight loss gurus often used to imply that something is working against you is to suggest that you should cut back on this or that food group. But this advice is often harmful for several reasons.
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  12. The vaccines! My reason to be happy!
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  13. According to one coffee legend, ancestors of today's Oromo people in a region of Kaffa in Ethiopia were the first to recognize the energizing effect of the coffee plant. However, no direct evidence that has been found earlier than the 15th century indicating who among the African populations used it as a stimulant, or where coffee was first cultivated. The story of Kaldi, the 9th-century Ethiopian goatherd who discovered coffee when he noticed how excited his goats became after eating the beans from a coffee plant, did not appear in writing until 1671 and is probably apocryphal. Another legend attributes the discovery of coffee to a Sheikh Omar. According to an old chronicle (preserved in the Abd-Al-Kadir manuscript), Omar, who was known for his ability to cure the sick through prayer, was once exiled from Mocha in Yemen to a desert cave near Ousab (modern-day Wusab, about 90 kilometres (56 mi) east of Zabid). Starving, Omar chewed berries from nearby shrubbery but found them to be too bitter. He tried roasting the seeds to improve the flavor, but they became hard. He then tried boiling them to soften the seed, which resulted in a fragrant brown liquid. Upon drinking the liquid Omar was revitalized and sustained for days. As stories of this "miracle drug" reached Mocha, Omar was asked to return and was made a saint.
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  14. Ampalaya juice or in other parts of the world, bitter gourd. Because it really is bitter! 😞
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  15. What's Your Exercise Routine?
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  16. What's The Best SUV/Crossover for 2021?
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  17. What Games Do You Play On Your Console?
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  18. The short answer is YES. But, we all know the reality of job hunting, looking for a job is easy, but looking for the RIGHT job is not a walk in the park, specially when your armed with an online degree, competing against other applicants who actually got a real degree from a real school. Online degrees are real, but if you put yourself in the HR's position, would you really risk hiring someone with an online degree (who studied for a few months) versus someone who studied for a longer period, physically going to a university, and learning the craft daily?
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  19. The Tesla Model S was the first electric car to come from Tesla's HQ. But the Model S isn't the only high-tech, high-performing electric vehicle on the market. What are the other electric cars that you think is better than the Tesla?
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  20. Why does America offer incentive to people to get vaccinated?
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  21. Fried plantain caramelized in sugar... a.k.a. Banana Q
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  22. This resort is so beautiful! I love Discovery Shores Boracay!
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  23. I do several push ups all throughout the day, 30 reps each drop.
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  25. Steamed rice is also a good source of protein. It has 3.2g per 100g.
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  26. There are lot's of Tesla alternative, the question is... is it cooler than a Tesla?
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  27. I absolutely hate the mini-van side profile. I can't help but think the giant gaps between the headlights and the larger grills make the car look slightly buck toothed.
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  29. Del Monte Four Seasons. Mostly guava from Mexico of the Philippines.
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  30. Upside down pineapple cake! Baked by wife 💕
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  31. Green apple and celery shake! So refreshing! :-)
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  32. Smiling is one of the best things in life you can do for yourself. It doesn’t matter if you’re happy or not, a smile can go a long way in different situations. Smiling is contagious. A smile can brighten your day, lift your mood, and even change your outlook on life. Smile, It's good for you!
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  33. It’s not that cutting things out will magically make you lose weight, it’s that you’ll be eating less overall. The bottom line is this — cutting something out of your diet does not increase your intake. There’s nothing magical about vegetables or fruits that are calorie-free. You can still eat more of them! The foods we eat, especially vegetables and fruits, have billions of chemical compounds. A lot of people get away with eating virtually none of these chemicals, but if you do eat more of them, you could potentially be putting your health at risk. For example, a lot of synthetic chemicals that are in common foods are linked to higher rates of cancer and neurological disorders.
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  34. Diet soft drinks actually contain a ton of sugar. So are chocolates, sodas, and other packaged foods. When you cut these items out, you’re going to feel less hungry. But without also cutting in things like organic meat and pasture-raised eggs, you won’t be getting a whole lot of nutrition in those foods, which will not help you lose weight. And the fact that sugar contributes to so many diseases doesn’t mean you should eliminate it from your diet.
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  35. Here’s my favorite, Black Opium from YSL (Yves Saint Laurent)
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  36. Eating pancakes with the kids now 😎
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  37. Online degrees teach higher level thinking, critical thinking, and problem solving skills that employers value Online degrees are going to be the way of the future. According to a recent study, the number of online learners in the U.S. is expected to increase by 45% by 2020, which means more and more people will be getting their education online. Online degrees teach higher level thinking, critical thinking, and problem solving skills that employers value. If you go to school, you want to see results. A degree that you don’t get or don’t see the results from ultimately leads to a career that is not really a career, is not going to have the same meaning for you. Education should be something that provides you with skills that you can apply in any field or career that you think you could benefit from. The goal shouldn’t be to create something from your degree that’s going to amount to something. The goal should be to take those skills that you’ve learned and apply them to a new skill or project that you’ve started. To find the best online programs for your major, look for programs with: You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars or sign up for a program that will take forever to pay off. Online degree programs can analyze your high school transcripts, your GPAs, and help you reach an acceptance rate of about 70%. Ultimately, it comes down to your personal choice and investment in the right online degree. You can invest a lot of money and time into a degree that may not result in a great job. That’s not the point of going to school. Your degree can set you up for the future, provided that it is built with the skills, knowledge, and abilities you’ve learned.
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  38. Online degrees provide flexibility and convenience for students with other obligations Online degrees are convenient because they can be accessed from anywhere at any time. Online students can complete assignments and take exams whenever they want, and they don’t have to worry about getting to campus for certain courses. They also provide flexibility for students with other obligations, like families or full-time jobs. One of the benefits, however, of an online degree is that you must complete it before you can look for a permanent job. For degrees that are officially recognized by the jobs you want (or using degree equivalency programs, like certificates), the process of getting your diploma (or either document) may require a trip to the campus job office. For online degrees that require working through specific exercises, like several asynchronous semesters of a class, using the program’s career center can be helpful. You may also need to provide a portfolio to demonstrate your work experience. Once you have your degree, you still must earn the college’s university seal of approval (an achievement that requires a letter from your dean of undergraduate studies explaining why you earned the degree) to see if you can get a job in which you will use the degree.
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  39. You can get a job with an online degree if you have the right education Education is one of the most important aspects in career development. When you have the right education and the right skills, you can get a job with an online degree. A lot of people assume that online degrees aren’t as credible as traditional degrees but that’s actually not true.Since I started working in the virtual classroom industry, I’ve learned a lot about how to make online learning work for people. Just because someone has an online degree, that doesn't mean they’re good at teaching. You need to develop an online reputation first before you can even consider teaching online. An online reputation gives you the opportunity to create your teaching portfolio before you start teaching. So, before you can pick up a teaching position, you need to first start building up an online teaching portfolio. You’re going to need to create lesson plans, assignments, evaluations, reports, and one or two performance reviews before you can even consider teaching. Video tutorials can provide flexibility but they are by no means a substitute for good old PowerPoint. There are so many online textbooks, video blogs, online programs, podcasts, and other educational resources available today. If someone has an online certificate in their field, it’s unlikely that they have an online teaching experience. There are basic requirements, such as teaching experience in an education program or classroom experience, but unless those are in your direct field of expertise, you should steer clear of certificate mills. Sure, people have done bad things in the past, but online experience alone is not a guarantee against mistreatment and unethical practices. If you find online education is the right option for you, by all means, consider creating a teaching portfolio to highlight your online teaching experience. Many employers are willing to look past a poorly developed online teaching portfolio if you have a good portfolio of work.
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  40. What is an online degree? Online degrees are degrees you can get via the internet. If you do a search for online degrees, you'll find a bunch of websites offering degrees in a variety of areas including business, computer science, education, criminal justice, and nursing. In many cases, when you graduate from school, you’ll still need a job. But with the advent of online degrees, the job market has certainly changed. An article published in 2020 by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (US Bureau) found that the unemployment rate for the class of 2018 was 5.4% for those who enrolled in an online course in the prior year. If you fail to qualify for unemployment benefits, the average time to unemployment payback was 6.4 months. So you have a few options. Many people who graduate from university, and especially business programs, are given a degree that may make them stand out from the crowd. Whether it’s an online certificate, bachelor degree, master degree, or a doctorate, most people don’t just get a degree and expect to land a job straight away. You have to understand the language or a topic you’re studying to qualify for a job. This is true even if you’re studying something completely unrelated to your major. Many graduate students at business programs have learned how to defend their research from professors. Back when I studied accounting, my professor would force students to come up with creative ways to show that their models accurately predicted revenue, expense, and return. Afterward, I must have spent an inordinate amount of time going over my syllabus and preparing slides and arguments to support my professor’s theory. This is exactly the skill you’ll need if you’re going to maintain your credibility when you present your work to your future employer.
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  41. Today, education is more accessible than ever before. The internet provides instant access to a wealth of information. This evolution has allowed many people to pursue careers in fields they may not have thought possible before the internet was invented. Can you get a job with an online degree? It depends on where you live and what your degree is in, but the answer is mostly yes.
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