20 Pantai Yang Wajib Dikunjungi

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iklanbannerKami memang suka menjelajah. Kami suka berjalan-jalan mencari tempat baru yang mungkin berbeza daripada apa yang kita lihat hari-hari. Bak kata pepatah, ‘jauh perjalanan, luas pemandangan’. Namun begitu, kadangkala yang menjadi kekangan adalah masa dan kewangan.

Kepada yang ingin bercuti, anda bolehlah bersiap sedia untuk menabung dan mencari masa yang sesuai. Disebabkan hajat kami belum tercapai untuk bercuti, kami kongsikan beberapa destinasi percutian pantai yang wajib anda kunjungi.

Kamalame Cay, Bahamas

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Bahamas memang sentiaa menjadi sebutan apabila kita terlintas mengenai percutian pantai. Kamalame Cay merupakan salah satu pantai yang menjadi tumpuan di Bahamas. Pulau persendirian ini boleh diakses menerusi penerbangan pendek dari Nassau dan menawarkan privasi serta perkhidmatan mewah yang tidak akan mengecewakan anda.

Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria

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Dari pelbagai segi, pantai ini dikategorikan sebagai terbaik. Makanan, cuaca dan pelbagai lagi kemudahan ditawarkan dengan harga yang lebih berpatutan berbanding pantai serta pulau mewah yang setanding dengannya.

Seychelles

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Berada di Seychelles…

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Symbols of Perspective

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Perspective is everything, and we are taught to interpret symbols in images as well as words. When you see a blue box with an “F”, we associate it with Facebook. A large green “M” represents a can of Monster. But symbols are not just images, they are also words. When you hear the word “success”, you automatically think money, grades, and suits before we think happiness and long-term progress. When we hear “work”, we think of tedious, endless tasks of working for long hours with bare minimum appreciation instead of the long-term outcome of “no pain no gain”.

But what if everything were as simple as a syntactic reversal to naturally, not conditionally, achieve results?

When someone says “I was thinking of doing this,” we automatically assume they mean they’ve changed their mind now. When they say “I am thinking about doing this,” we interpret it as they haven’t done…

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12 weird things you might see a narcissist do.

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There are some strange things I’ve noticed narcissists do that aren’t usually mentioned as symptoms of their disorder, but seem to be common enough perhaps they should be included as additional criteria for NPD.

If you know someone who does only one or two of these things, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re a narc, but if they do several of them regularly and also seem to fit the more well-known criteria for NPD, these things could be red flags to watch out for.

1. They don’t blink when they look at you.

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Some narcs have a penetrating, predatory gaze. If a person of the opposite sex looks at you this way, you may take it as sexual interest (and it could be), but watch carefully: if they do not blink this could mean they are sizing you up as prey. Whether they blink or not, if their stare makes you…

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An Attentive Monday

i should do this at least once per month..;)

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Now that we have the basis for a swell day, how do we go about making it a regular event?  It’s easy to think “I like that idea, I need to do that,” and then it gets lost in the kerfuffle of eating and washing and working and sleeping and eating and washing and working and sleeping and … the spin cycle of life.

I just read a fantastic article by James Clear, “How Long Does It Actually Take to Form a New Habit? (Backed by Science).”  I cannot recommend it highly enough.  If you only have time to read one thing today, stop right now and click on that link!

There is a common myth that it takes 21 days to form (or break!) a habit.  I believed it.  Then, I did Deepak Chopra and Oprah Winfrey’s 21-Day Meditation Experience and when those 21 days ended, so did…

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