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The Problem With Calling an ‘Ethnic’ Cuisine a Trend

In 2012, Andrew Zimmern, the buoyant host of Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods, prophesied Filipino food as “the next big thing.” In his interview with Today.com, he said: “I want to go on record… it’s just starting. I think it’s going to take another year and a half to get up to critical mass.” Media outlets jumped on […]

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10 Famous Landmarks Surrounded By Legends

Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. But it seems that people will always prefer myth and mystery over the truth. Legends evoke a sense of wonder and fascination, especially when they mention famous places or even people. On this list are 10 famous landmarks surrounded by awesome legends. 10. The Sphinx Some of the […]

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The Amazing Rainbow Mountains Of Peru

Our trip to the Rainbow Mountains of Peru was one I simultaneous looked forward to excitedly but also dreaded, ever since we booked it. The excitement part is easy to understand – it’s the Rainbow Mountains and it looked amazing in the photos I’d seen. The dread part was more due to my sometimes unfounded […]

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Tactics to Master the Haters

How to best the bullies, trolls, and critics. The internet is the Wild West. If you’re stepping up, be prepared for haters to pull you down. These five entrepreneurs share their steadfast rules and tactics to keep their sanity and reputations intact. Grant Cardone 1. Pay them no mind. Money and success follow attention—you won’t […]

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Toxic Habits That are Killing Your Creativity

Creative thinking should be natural. We are all born creative. Creativity flows through us on its own, like breathing, and we know when the flow is strong. It feels good, like we’re in plugged in and turned on. What we do becomes effortless, intrinsically motivating, more satisfying, and even warps our perception of time. The problem […]

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