Weird Laws in Idaho

Idaho is one of those quiet states we really don’t hear about much. In addition to being known for potatoes, Idaho also boasts upscale ski resorts, anti-government militias, and Yellowstone National Park. Idaho has the second largest Mormon population, eclipsed only by Utah. It also has one of the largest Basque populations outside of Europe.

To Kindle, or Not To Kindle?

When Kindles first stormed the markets I was horrified. As an English Literature graduate, I had dedicated years of my life to studying novels, poems and plays that had survived centuries from their first transcription. I scanned, or read, on average fifteen books a day, sifting through library shelves, getting down on my knees in

Strange Laws in Texas

Texas. Love it or hate it, there are many aspects about Texas that are bigger than life. It’s the only state that was an independent country before it became a state. The flags of different six nations have flown over it at one time or another. For over a century, it was the largest state

Can Guest Blogging Benefit Your Brand?

Bloggers, Marketers and professionals often use blogging to unearth their brand to a wider and more diverse audience. This enables the writer to expose themselves as a knowledgeable source and if done correctly it is extremely valuable for search engine optimization(SEO) and brand awareness.   If you want to expand your brand it is important

Strange Laws in California

California, the Land of Dreams, both real and manufactured, has always been recognized as a place where things are done a bit “differently”. The wonderful climate, the incredible landscape from North to South, the diversity of people, and the lure of making it big in the entertainment industry have been attracting people for decades. In

How to Work from Home, Effectively

More and more people are working remotely these days because of a wonderful invention named Internet. This magical invention makes it super easy for us to communicate instantly via a number of mediums (e-mail, chat and Skype to name but a few), and thus allow our workload to become portable. Whilst there are numerous advantages to working

Why you Need to Pick Up a Book, and Read

As we get older, we begin to reminisce more often. Recently, I’ve been company to many discussions about childhood memories, specifically television programmes. This is made all the more interesting by my international group of friends, many of whom watched the same programme in various languages, always a source of amusement as we compare. Inevitably,

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