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Photographer Mocks Panic Buyers, Uses Toilet Roll for Newborn Photoshoot

Sick and fed up with seeing people clamoring over toilet paper rolls in groceries all over the country, a baby photographer thought of a lighthearted way to poke fun at the coronavirus panic buyers. Helen O’ Brien and her husband Ben spent weeks scrolling through social media and watching the news hearing ...Read More

Alluring Italian Village Offers to Pay Rent For New Residents

A village in southern Italy is offering to pay the rent of new residents for three years in an attempt to boost the town’s dwindling population. The town of Teora in the Campania region is promising to give people about $162 per month for two years if they decide to rent a ...Read More

Alphabet’s Waymo Clinches $2.25 Billion From External Investors

Waymo, the self-driving car division of Alphabet, has secured $2.25 billion from outside investors in its first round of external fundraising. Google’s parent company Alphabet is providing some of Waymo’s funding, but other Silicon Valley giants are now pitching in as car company continues to develop its driverless technology. Silver Lake, Andreessen ...Read More

Luxembourg Waives Fares For All Public Transport

Commuters in Luxembourg will now be able to ride trains, trams and buses for free after the tiny European nation waived the fares in an effort to alleviate traffic. Luxembourg has been experiencing heavy traffic jams as many of its residents choose to travel by car. According to the International Business Times, ...Read More

Amazon’s Cashier-less Grocery Store Makes Its debut in Seattle

Amazon has eliminated the checkout line in its newest grocery store in Seattle. The new 10,400-square-foot Amazon Go Grocery store opened on Tuesday in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of the city. The new store would allow shoppers to grab their groceries and walk out without lining up at the cashier register. The ...Read More

This Is The Ultimate Guide To Traveling Without Overspending

Been wanting to go away and explore the world? Don’t be afraid of all the travel costs because there’s always a way to enjoy your trips without sacrificing your entire savings account. These days most travelers, especially the younger ones, label themselves “Budget Travelers,” which literally means they travel on a budget. ...Read More

Why You Should Travel Solo At Least Once In Your Life

Looking at all the travel deals and packages offered by hotels and airlines, you’ll notice that most offers are made for families, groups, or couples. As if saying that traveling can only be done with other people, but we’re here to tell you otherwise. Sure, traveling with your loved ones and friends ...Read More

Biking: Best Way to Move Around During a Pandemic

The world is reeling from the coronavirus. People are forced to change with the way they live and travel. Public transportation is being stopped in some countries. In others where mass transport is not completely stopped, social distancing is being enforced. People are looking for ways that they can move around more ...Read More

20 ways to lose weight safely

Many people are unsure how to lose weight safely and naturally. It does not help that many websites and advertisements, particularly those belonging to companies that sell diet drugs or other weight-loss products, promote misinformation about losing weight. According to 2014 research, most people who search for tips on how to lose ...Read More

Best and Worst Auto Insurance Companies This Year

Looking for the best auto insurance companies? A huge percentage of people never shop their car insurance needs — and that’s a bad idea. The reality is that modern American business punishes you when you stay loyal to a company, rather than rewarding you. Best Car Insurance Companies: Which to Shop and Which ...Read More