Home decor advice: Here’s how to make your surroundings calm and soothing

Our homes are possibly the most lived-in spaces, considering the numerous lockdowns, long hours of work-from-home and social distancing. With rising cases of Omicron reported around the world and tell-tale signs of home isolation, how can you make sure that your space is peaceful, relaxing and conducive to your growth and productivity? Lighting is a game-changer. It is the difference between a bright and charming room compared to a dark den which doesn’t get any natural light. Lights are one of the easiest ways to spruce up a drab corner of the room and…

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World’s First Large-Scale Computer Took Nearly 3 Years to Make, Occupied Space the Size of a Large Room

During World War II, the US Army had to calculate complex ballistic tables and unpack wartime codes. They needed an all-electronic calculating machine to do the job at electronic speed. In 1942, physicist John Mauchly proposed a machine on these lines and they built the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer, or the ENIAC, over the next three years. Over 75 years later a GIF of a man putting a “data cable” of the ENIAC is doing the rounds on the Internet. And a Twitter handle dedicated to vintage computers decided…

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How To Get Unstuck To Make Career Progress

So, how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? If you’re like most people, you’ve fallen off the wagon or have hit a serious stumbling block. According to U.S. News & World Report, the failure rate for New Year’s resolutions is a whopping 80 percent. And that statistic can be especially disheartening when you’ve made career-related resolutions, and you feel you’ve hit a professional plateau. Here are seven tips on how to get unstuck and back on track to make progress in your career: 1. Admit you’re in a rut.…

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Tangled Apple EarPods, but make it fashion

Though it seems like most people have fully embraced AirPods, let us not forget our roots, and the fact that all of us were once victims to the wired, messy cable life. These tangled Apple EarPod earrings by artists Aleia Murawski and Samuel Copeland serve as a humbling reminder of from where we came. The statement piece, first put on our radar by XOXO Festival co-founder Andy Baio, sells for $40 on the duo’s merch shop, Beef’s World. The story behind the earrings tells the sweet moment when the artists were inspired…

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Home decor ideas: 5 items to make your home more stylish and inviting

Image source: Pexels.com Designing and setting the decor of a home is a process that involves intuitive decision making backed by personal preferences. Still, regardless of the personal tastes, there are certain decor pieces that can set a room apart and can be tweaked to suit every individual’s taste. An area rug, a statement-making mirror and plants are few of the items that have the power to transform a simple, utilitarian room to a modern and stylish space. Here are 5 stylish pieces and decor ideas to incorporate them into…

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Make Recovery Experience Easier With EaseUS Data Recovery Software

  In today’s world, creation and modification of data is being done at a fast pace. With all organizations shifting their business towards the online space, dealing with data has become an everyday task. Due to the important nature of data, it is necessary to keep a backup of such data, in case it is deleted or lost. In case of negligence, data recovery software can be used to reverse the damage caused by the loss of data. These software are specifically created in order to recover all sorts of…

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Ripponlea dream home with Art Deco charm, resort-style yard to make a splash

16 Glen Eira Rd, Ripponlea is up for grabs with $4.1-$4.5 million price hopes.Source:Supplied LUSH resort-style grounds surround this century-old Ripponlea house, which is filled to the brim with Art Deco charm. McGrath St Kilda’s Nicole Prime said the residence at 16 Glen Eira Rd had been “tastefully renovated” within the past decade, enhancing period details like domed ceilings, timber floors and open fireplaces. The Art Deco facade of 16 Glen Eira Rd (spot The Simpsons character).Source:Supplied Ads by Kiosked The rear of the property resembles a resort.Source:Supplied Ads by Kiosked RELATED: Gong-smashing performance for…

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How To Make Sure Your Next Job Offers Career Growth

Getty Royalty Free Career growth is a factor many job seekers prioritize when choosing their next career move. If you’re early in your career, you want to build a long-term foundation. If you’re mid-career, you want to fill in gaps your skills or expertise. If you’re later in your career, you don’t have as many moves to make so you want to ensure this next job gets you to or close to your end goal. Most companies will say they offer career growth, but how do you make sure the…

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Tobacco smoke exposure can impact adolescents’ health, make them ill

Exposure to tobacco smoke can drastically impact teenagers’ health. A University of Cincinnati study found that teens exposed to tobacco smoke were at higher risk of having respiratory symptoms, such as shortness of breath and a dry cough at night. It also found that smoke-exposed teens were more likely to seek treatment at an urgent care or hospital emergency department. “There is no safe level of secondhand smoke exposure,” said Ashley Merianos, the lead author of the study. “Even a small amount of exposure can lead to more emergency department visits and…

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Lack of quality sleep can affect your social life and make you feel lonely

Poor sleep can hamper your social life, say scientists who found that sleep-deprived people feel lonelier and less inclined to engage with others, avoiding close contact in much the same way as people with social anxiety. Researchers at the University of California (UC) Berkeley in the US, have found that alienating vibe makes sleep-deprived individuals more socially unattractive to others. Moreover, well-rested people feel lonely after just a brief encounter with a sleep-deprived person, potentially triggering a viral contagion of social isolation. The findings, published in the journal Nature Communications,…

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