04 Sep How long can you travel with just one backpack? Posted at 18:53h in Blog by Victoria Living from just one bag is an admired feat by many communities, including those who subscribe to simple living, minimalism, travelling, sustainability and so on. Having all of your necessary possessions fit with you wherever you go is a freeing thought: you can literally move wherever you want without being tied down. But how long can you actually travel using one bag? A few weeks, months or indefinitely? Well, let’s break down each component. The bag It may depend slightly on both the bag and airline, but generally, 45L is around the maximum size that still qualifies as carry-on luggage. It also tends to be roughly the size that is required for indefinite travel, although as you will see below, there are a lot of factors and other things to get right. Some of those who are experienced and well prepared may manage long-term travelling on 35L and even as little … [Read more...] about How long can you travel with just one backpack?
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Ellen Knickmeyer Associated Press Published 3:22 PM EDT Jul 20, 2019 Washington – At first, Tomas Monarrez didn’t notice the labels when he went shopping for pots and pans. ‘Completely toxin free!” said a big green message on a line of nonstick frying pans in the cookware aisle at a store in the nation’s capital. “No PFOA!” boasted the label on a 12-piece kitchen set. “Will never release any toxic fumes,” another label promised. “Oh, wow,” Monarrez, an economist at a think tank, said, when asked if he had ever heard of the toxic chemicals that manufacturers were declaring their products free of. “I didn’t know anything. Should I buy these?” Monarrez asked. “So all these are bad? Federal regulators are sorting out how to handle health risks from a group of widely used nonstick and stain-resistant compounds. But even reading labels may not be enough to guide consumers who want to limit their … [Read more...] about How consumers can limit exposure to toxic forever chemicals
Katherine Roth, Associated Press Updated 8:54 am CDT, Tuesday, May 7, 2019 FILE - In this June 4, 2010, file photo, a male bobolink finds a perch atop some grasses in the Geauga Park District's Frohring Meadows in Bainbridge Township, Ohio. FILE - In this June 4, 2010, file photo, a male bobolink finds a perch atop some grasses in the Geauga Park District's Frohring Meadows in Bainbridge Township, Ohio. Photo: Amy Sancetta, AP Photo: Amy Sancetta, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this June 4, 2010, file photo, a male bobolink finds a perch atop some grasses in the Geauga Park District's Frohring Meadows in Bainbridge Township, Ohio. FILE - In this June 4, 2010, file photo, a male bobolink finds a perch atop some grasses in the Geauga Park District's … [Read more...] about How birdwatchers can help threatened bird populations
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | How Meditation Can Improve Your Travels Advertisement Supported by Travel Tips Meditation has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety, making it a useful tool for those who find traveling taxing. Here are a few ways it can make your trips more enjoyable. ByJustin Sablich March 12, 2019 When it comes to mindfulness and meditation, you may think it takes years of training — or a spiritual journey — to derive any benefits. But the essence of the practice is actually quite simple, and its techniques can bring a little relief to many stressful situations, including travel. “We’re talking about a sort of a slightly more sophisticated version of the advice that your mom gave you, when you were a kid, of ‘take a deep breath,’ ” said Dan Harris, the co-anchor of … [Read more...] about How Meditation Can Improve Your Travels
In the context that outward foreign direct investment (OFID) is getting bigger and bigger, the issue of reducing risks and reinforcing the reputation of Vietnamese investors in overseas countries comes to the fore. The Vietnam Cross-Border Investment conference discussed outward foreign direct investment On January 10, 2019, Oxfarm in Vietnam, in collaboration with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) held a seminar on cross-border investment in Vietnam, outlining the risks and challenges in legal compliance. According to the Ministry of Planning and Investment, as many as 149 projects were granted certificates for OFDI with the total investment of $376.1 million and total additionally-registered capital of $56 million. Vietnam is investing in 38 countries and territories. Of these, Laos ranks first with $81.5 million of total investment, making up 18.8 per cent, followed by Cambodia and Myanmar. In addition to … [Read more...] about Reducing risks of outward foreign direct investment