Where has the family dinner hour gone? There once was a time when we would all come home from a long day and sit down with our family for a nice home-cooked meal. In today’s fast paced world, we need more bonding time with the family. One might say that in today’s day where people pile way too much on the plate of life, that … Continue reading 3 Tips for Easy Meal Planning
Spain is a country, a part of the European continent, both of which are over flowing with museums, living and/or established specifically for this purpose. So why do I single out this average size museum amongst all the living Castles and large museums with very recognizable names. Could this be due to the single artist that this museum represents? Or is it possibly due to … Continue reading Travel to Barcelona, Spain – Picasso Museum
Dreams, what are they? Dreams come from your subconscious mind as a means of processing and sorting information. But the truth is no one really knows what causes dreams and why some folk seem to have vivid colorful dreams and others have short uneventful ones. Dreams mainly occur during Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep. REM occurs every one and a half hours during the sleep … Continue reading Do Your Dreams Have a Hidden Meaning?
A stock split occurs when a corporation decides to issue new stock and distribute it to it’s current stockholders. This is a decision made by the company’s board of directors. The most common stock split is a 2 for 1 split. When this happens the stockholder will now own twice as many shares as before the split but at half the price. The total value … Continue reading What Is a Stock Split?
CDU/CSU 24 % SPD 16 % GRÜNE 28 % FDP 8 % DIE LINKE 9 % AfD 10 % Sonstige 5 % Continue reading The CosmoPolite Spezial: Sonntagsfrage Bundestagswahl (1. Juli 2019)
Sitting at the terrace of a sidewalk cafe in Paris and sipping on a Perrier while watching passers-by is a pleasure many travelers promise themselves to experience when they are in Paris. But with the check comes the question: to tip or not to tip? The check is all inclusive Unlike in America, cafes and restaurants in Paris directly include a 15% service charge in … Continue reading The Parisian Rules of Tipping
Small Paris museums offer you an alternative to the large venues when you wish to avoid the crowds there. See which museums to visit here. Fan of Klimt, Schiele & Co., I recently wanted to take a leisurely look at the Grand Palais blockbuster exhibition on Vienne 1900. I picked a weekday mid-afternoon, assuming I could whizz in and loiter through. Oops! I lined up … Continue reading Paris Off the Beaten Path: Try Small Museums
Fort De Soto Beach is a historic fort built during the Spanish-American War located on Mullet Key. This 900- acre park has 7 miles of beaches, 2 fishing piers, picnic and camping areas, a small history museum and a 2,000-ft. nature trail. Florida’s Gulf Coast, Caladesi is one of the few remaining large undeveloped barrier islands in Florida, and is only accessible by boat. It … Continue reading Best Beaches in Florida
It’s hard to be hip – the endless guest-lists, the parties, the best seats in restaurants – but that’s not the half of it. It’s a very serious business indeed, calling (not unlike therapy) for years of total commitment and relentless hard work. London has been characterized as one of Europe’s ‘hippest’ cities: for the inveterate traveller it’s a dream come true! If you’re looking … Continue reading London calling