# Life lessons
Cambodia Uncovered – A Beautiful Must-Visit Spot – Kulen Mountain & Waterfalls
Every new place I explore in Cambodia and each day reveals more of the country’s magical wonders, beauty, and positive energy. Nature trips are vital to your mental and metabolic health. I’ve made it my hobby to take weekly nature days or weekend trips to Cambodia’s countryside, mountains, lakes, and beaches.
Fifteeen Thousand Steps A Day May Keep The Doctor Away
We have legs so that we can walk, and walking is one of the most basic movements - yet most avoid walking. Instead, folks choose to take the elevator or escalator up and down a few floors, a car, taxi, or bus to a restaurant or shop three blocks away.
4 Quick Time Investments That Are Totally Worth It
There are simple, easy things that make your life better, that might even seem painfully obvious. Yet most people don’t do them. Swap in these habits and it will make your life more efficient and free of tension. You’ll better connect with people.
You Won't Believe What This British Woman Discovered in Texas: Shocking Experiences Revealed!
You Won't Believe What This British Woman Discovered in Texas: Shocking Experiences Revealed!. In a daring leap across the pond, British woman KT Franklin embarked on an adventure to the United States, with Texas as her first destination. With a camera in hand and a TikTok series to document her experiences, she has captivated audiences with her insightful and sometimes shocking observations. Let's delve into the remarkable journey of this Brit living in America.
I Love Walking And Do Not Lie About My Appearance Or Self - Healthy, in Shape, and Happy
What’s more popular today — posting daily selfie gym pics or walking in nature without taking photos?. My question is rhetorical, as we all know the answer. Our smartphones and popular social apps say it all, as do the mainstream fitness and health publications.
6 Little Ways To Make Your Relationships (and Life) Better
One of my favorite writers, Stephen Pressfield says:. "If you were meant to cure cancer or crack cold fusion and you don't do it, you not only hurt yourself, even destroy yourself. You hurt your children, you hurt me, you hurt the planet. You shame the angels who watch over you and you spite God Almighty, who created you and only you with your unique gifts, for the sole purpose of nudging the human race one millimeter further along its path back to God."
2 Ways To Change Your Life For The Better
Steven started smoking at 13. I met him when he was 21 and the dude was a chimney, easily plowing through nearly two packs a day. He was in so deep that I just assumed he’d never quit.
Opinion: 12 Things About Life I Wish I Could Travel Back in Time and Tell Myself
Life is a journey full of experiences, challenges, and growth. As we navigate through different stages, we often encounter situations where we wish we could turn back time and provide guidance to our past selves.
Opinion: The 5 Secrets of Older Guys in Great Shape
As men age, staying in great shape becomes increasingly challenging. However, there are older guys who manage to maintain an impressive level of fitness and vitality. What are their secrets?
9 Steps to Being More Attractive
Here are nine steps to be more attractive in everything you wear, do, and think. 1. Imitate those people who you think are stylish. Copy their style. Steal their fashion ideas. Share in their creativity. Build your wardrobe around someone you admire, and someone will soon be admiring you too.
Opinion: 5 Lessons I Learned at 50 That I Wish I Learned at 20
As we journey through life, we encounter countless experiences that shape who we are and how we perceive the world around us. With each passing year, we gain wisdom and insights that we wish we had possessed earlier.
7 Simple Ways You Can Be More Attractive on a Date
Attraction is a natural phenomenon, and I know with a name like Mr. Mullet, the topic of attraction and dating might not seem like my forte. It's odd. I've seen some people see each other once and instantly know; others start talking for days before they feel butterflies. Some people take months and years to explore the shades of love and attraction differently.
Opinion: 8 Things People Commonly Regret In Old Age
As we journey through life, it's natural to accumulate both joys and regrets. While it's impossible to live a perfect existence, there are certain common regrets that many people experience in their old age.
Earnest Shackleton Escapes the Antarctic: May 20th 1916
Imagine you are Ernest Shackleton, a British explorer who has led three expeditions to the Antarctic. You have a dream of crossing the continent from coast to coast, via the South Pole. You have assembled a crew of 27 men and a ship called Endurance, and set sail from South Georgia Island in December 1914.
9 Uncomfortable Truths About Being a Man (Opinion)
The paradox of uncomfortable manhood truths. Is it better to be perceptive versus only being victorious?. Successful men build, communicate well and serve, they don't sit on a throne and get served. But you start to realize the truths we were told as children about being a man are uncomfortably paradoxical.
Rising Above the Fall
In the heart of the Midwest, where sprawling fields of corn intersect with the deep azure sky, there's a farm. Amid the clucking of chickens and the mooing of cows, there's a distinct sound you can't miss - the cheerful grunting of pigs. They're fascinating creatures, full of vitality, intelligence, and a surprising capacity for resilience. But one peculiar characteristic of the pig stands out, a trait that carries a profound life lesson for all of us: a pig can only see up when they fall down.
Life on the Reservation: A Conversation with Richard
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Richard, an elder of the Blackfeet Indian tribe. He shared with me some of the tribe's most cherished wisdom, which I found to be both challenging and enlightening. I believe that these lessons can be valuable to anyone who is willing to listen.
The March Massacre at Heavens Gate
It is the morning of Sunday, May 5, 1527, and the streets of Rome are buzzing with excitement. The churches, usually packed to the rafters, are empty. All the worshippers are pressed up against the city walls, jostling for a better view. On the horizon, a curious source of light reflects the sun's rays back into their eyes. As they chat and speculate about what it could be, the mass slowly moves towards them. Like a huge snake, the light weaves through the valleys and streams before the object finally comes into view. The onlookers' excitement turns to alarm. The light is the reflection of steel breastplates, tens of thousands of them. An army is marching towards Rome.