But as always in life, the people are ultimately more important than the place. What I love most about living abroad is the other expats you meet: funny, fascinating individuals from all over the world who are always game for another shot of gin. Who share the same philosophies about life and youth and adventure, and pushing yourself to live live live as much as possible. They’re people with stories more compelling than mine could ever be: engineers and foreign diplomats and journalists working overseas, born in Seoul but raised in Warsaw and London. They’re bankers who dropped everything to be pastry chefs, midwestern girls with big dreams who just wanted to soak up Paris. They get me. I get them. … [Read more...] about Paris Expat: The Reality of Life in France
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Before having Oscar I was always out and about going to meetings and events or getting photos for my blog. Because I’m so used to doing that I find that if I don’t leave the flat at least once I can go a little stir crazy so I make sure to fill my diary with short but sweet meet ups with my friends in order to keep both Oscar and I stimulated. If I don’t have set plans, I’ll make sure to go for a walk to break up my day, give Oscar some fresh air and a change of scene… though I can’t really get work done during this time (apart from the occasional Instagram scroll while I’m having a coffee) I really find it necessary for my wellbeing. Oscar will usually fall asleep in the pram too so it also gives him a little down time too. … [Read more...] about Ten Ways I Achieve a Work Life Balance With a Newborn
Meyer excels in her role, making Aldonza’s torment — both physical and emotional — realistic. Her pain and anger are believable and the audience can’t help but hope for her to finally accept the kindness bestowed upon her by Don Quixote. She is a strong and determined woman, perhaps by nature, but more likely due to harsh lifetime going back to her birth, as she compellingly explains in the Act II song bearing her name. … [Read more...] about REVIEW: SDMT puts on a compelling ‘Man of La Mancha’
Fully autonomous vehicles. Industry giants are competing for developing the best driverless car. Replacing the human driver with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) will eliminate the risk of accidents. When self-driving cars will replace the driver, radical changes will happen. From changing the laws to changing our lifestyle, the self-driving car is the most significant innovation that can affect the auto market and insurance industry. Driver override systems. The car’s AI will decide when to stop the vehicle. As soon as the sensors detect a possible collision, the car will apply the brakes, no matter how hard the driver tries to accelerate. Augmented reality windshield and dashboard. In the future, windshields and dashboards will be capable of displaying different data about the car and local area. Collision warnings and lane departure alerts will be directly displayed on the windshield. Health monitoring assistance. Future seatbelts and steering wheels will come fitted with … [Read more...] about What New Technologies Will Be Soon Implemented On Cars?
Designing a suitable coverage plan may seem too complex and it should be done only by experts. This is partially true. Nowadays, online users can customize coverage plans with ease, using intuitive interfaces. Also, with a little research, anyone can understand car insurance terms and make smart selections. Find out more and get free car insurance quotes from http://compare-autoinsurance.org. … [Read more...] about A New Article Explains How To Select The Best Car Insurance Plan