As the world remains intrigued by Jennifer Aniston’s stunning appearance at 54, the beloved Friends star recently shared her fitness secrets in an honest interview. In this discussion, she delved into her strategies for sustaining a fit and well-toned physique in her 50s, outlining the four key principles she follows.
Paris Hilton, who is a young mom, displayed her well-toned physique in a vibrant pink leopard-print bikini. She recently posted fresh pictures from her trip to Greece on her Instagram account this Tuesday. In these photos, she elevated her signature catchphrase “That’s Hot” by drenching herself with a hose for a refreshing look.
In the complex dance of love, we sometimes encounter couples who seem destined for an unfortunate ending. It’s not easy to take off the rose-colored glasses and let go of a relationship that doesn’t work out, but sometimes some situations force us to accept that Cupid has smitten us with the wrong person. On this occasion, Internet users answered how they realized their relationship would end soon.
Michelle Nayla is a plus-size model who isn’t afraid of being her true self on the internet. Recently, the model’s videos on TikTok went viral when her boyfriend began to join her. Many people did not believe the two were a couple, and some cruel comments claimed he was too hot to date her. But Michelle hit back at the haters in the most perfect way and defended her relationship.
Musicals have their own touch, and in the case of Mamma Mia!, the producers went the extra mile by including the best-known songs from the musical group ABBA, combining them with beautiful Greek landscapes and actors singing in their voices. With rumors about a possible third installment, it’s time to revisit this love story we remember fondly.
Ever since Plato wrote about the allegory of Atlantis, humanity has been fascinated with the possibility of the discovery of a thriving underwater civilization. Fancy joining me on a trip to a few historic underwater sites? Let’s see what we can find out about ancient civilizations! The first one on our list is what is being called the underwater Stonehenge. Scientists have recently discovered a mysterious pile of cairns that stretch for miles under the shimmering waters of Lake Constance at the borders of Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. Archeologists began to explore the site back in 2015, and they haven’t been able to understand yet what it was actually used for. What they do know is that there is a 12 miles line of 170 human-made stone cairns under Lake Constance. Scientists say this was most likely the result of the combined work of several villages. The cairns site was probably used for some collective purpose. The formations are huge! Some of them are several dozen feet wide.
Hidden in an Italian mountain range lies the Apennine Colossus. It might not have been on your travel list until now, but you’ll be sure to add it once you hear its story. It’s a massive statue located in Tuscany, Italy, that’s been turning heads for centuries. It stands at a staggering 36 feet tall, which is pretty impressive.
They are superfast, super smart, can defeat pretty much anyone, and only exist in movies and literature. Well, not really — ninjas are among us, at least one of them. Jinichi Kawakami [dzi-NI-ki ka-wa-KA-mi], a 73-year-old engineer, is probably Japan’s last true ninja grandmaster. He’s the 21st head of the Ban Clan. This family has ninja roots going back 500 years. And it looks like Jinichi will become the final one, as he doesn’t have plans to pass his skills over to a 22nd clan head. If you believe the Japanese folklore, the ninjas’ ancestor is a demon that was half man and half crow.
If you’re going on vacation, I’m sure you forgot to pack a couple of useful items, like a crayon or a pillowcase. I have collected the best travel tips for your ultimate vacation. You should carefully think about when you are planning to go somewhere. In case you have some kind of flexibility, just forget about going on a trip in July. You don’t need to travel during the busy season: it’s too expensive and there are way too many people.
If you think of a prisoner, you probably imagine them wearing an orange jumpsuit. This is true, but it wasn’t always like this. Originally, prisoners in the US were wearing uniforms with black-and-white stripes. In the early 20th century, things started to change. And switching these colors to something else was supposed to cut off the association with gangs. Orange jumpsuits appeared in the 70s. Inmates don’t always wear them: only when being transported or going outside. Why? For higher visibility. Wearing striking orange, an inmate can’t get away and get lost in the crowd easily.
Each country around the world has its share of laws that may seem absurd to people who don’t live there. Some of these laws are “out of this world”, but others abide by their unique cultural norms and customs. However, rules are the only way for each place to run smoothly, and when you want to travel the world and experience different cultures, it’s advisable to know how each principality works.
Most of us might not know this, but skirts are actually the second-oldest type of clothing in the history of the world. These days, they are predominantly regarded as women’s clothing, but way back in the day, skirts were unisex garments, and men wore them with pride. Even nowadays, they are part of the traditional clothing of several cultures around the world.
According to surveys, the most popular wedding traditions are the groom having the best man, having the first dance as a newly-married couple, and the best man giving a speech. But besides these 3 things, there are many other wedding customs worth exploring and even incorporating into your ceremony.
Sometimes people don’t realize how big and diverse our world is, which means that we can’t know everything. For example, in Greece, the tradition calls for decorating a boat on Christmas instead of a tree. Now, not all people follow that tradition, but it’s something unusual that very few other countries know about. So no matter how well-educated someone is, they can’t know every little thing and detail about this planet.
It’s said that it’s important to be in the right place at the right time but the women we’re showcasing today couldn’t use this piece of advice. All of these women, with their progressive views, were very much ahead of the time they were born in.
Packed streets, long lines to enter all the “must-see” sites, and extortionate prices are unfortunately what accompany visits to touristy cities. However, many places in the world are just as beautiful, if not more so, as big names like Venice, London, and Paris. For instance, did you know that Portugal has its very own Venice called Aveiro where you can ride gondolas past colorfully tiled buildings?
Members of the royal family have their own little secrets. Even their wedding shoes can hold meaningful surprises. Little details about royals are so interesting to us, and sometimes they’ll let us in on their secrets.
There are over 3,814 different cultures in the world, and each of them has its own traditions that people follow. While some have left old ways and practices behind with the rise of modernization, there are still customs, like teeth tossing, that are followed, baffling many of us.
One of the traditions that has been spread worldwide is the birthday cake with lit candles. This once in a year event has an unknown origin, but there are some theories that may explain why we place candles on a cake and what the meaning of blowing them out is.
One of the first things you might experience when you’re in a different country is culture shock, especially if you go somewhere very different from where you live. For example, people that have been to Chile say that people there are not very serious about time or responsibilities. For example, “tomorrow” might mean “next week,” and “next week” may turn out to be “never.” When you go to a different country, you sometimes end up finding yourself in really funny and unexpected situations.
Psychologists believe the drive to celebrate the New Year goes back to our survival instinct. This holiday, like a birthday, reminds us that we have lived another year, and it means that we did a good job. All these resolutions to change our lifestyle are nothing more than bringing our desire to take control of the situation to life. It doesn’t really matter whether we’ll really start running in the morning, saving money, or losing weight in the coming year because even the short moment we believe in these promises gives us a reason for joy and happiness.
A look at why countries have changed their names will make you realize that it’s mostly due to land divisions, changes in government, independence, or simply to facilitate pronunciation abroad. The process of modifying a country’s name is neither simple nor economical. But despite it all, various parts of the world have dared to do it. Read this article to find out more details about it. Remember to read all the way through to the last country’s story — you’ll find a bonus there that explains how much it costs to make this modification.
Everyone knows the basic rules of how to behave in restaurants: don’t speak with your mouth full, use the right cutlery, don’t sit in the aisle. Most people follow these rules. But there are also some local customs that can confuse even the most experienced travelers.
Before every trip we take, we always try to read some travel guides to learn more about the place we want to visit. But few people ever wonder what the local laws are. And they should because the things that seem completely normal and ordinary at home may be banned in other countries. For example, you’d better not wear slippers in Capri or dance in the street in Sweden.
More than 60 million cigarettes butts have been collected from the sea in the last decade. According to the Ocean Conservancy, cigarettes are the number one source of ocean waste. “The butterfly of the South Aegean,” the nickname for the Greek island of Astypalea, has set a goal to become the first island in the world to ban smoking.
World Kindness Day takes place internationally every November 13th. It highlights and celebrates good deeds in the community. This day gives us a great feeling when we all wish to help each other without demanding gratitude. It’s good to know that we live not in an indifferent world, but on a planet where you can get help from a stranger without a second thought.
On September 8th the ecological project, which aims to put an end to the accumulation of plastic in the Pacific Ocean, was launched. If this initiative comes out as planned, by the year 2040 the so-called “plastic continent” will have been eliminated.
In 2018, Crete was voted the 5th most popular destination in the world by TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice awards and the year before Reader's Travel Awards gave Greece the 2nd place in the Best Countries to Visit category. Telegraph also included Greece on its list of the 30 best countries to visit, proving that this country with its unique beauty and traditions should be very high on your travel bucket list.
Traveling has many holistic benefits and beaches are a favorite among travelers. While regular travelers usually seek pristine beaches with the bluest waters and the whitest sands, the more adventurous among them look for something unique and maybe a little bizarre.
All over the world, people make celebratory meals for Christmas and New Year’s Day that are generally considered to be the best and most delicious in their national culinary tradition. Their reputation has often been proved over generations, with each and every one of them falling in love with their own particular delicacies.