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When I decided to add lifestyle is a category I had to ask myself “What exactly is a lifestyle blog all about”? Before adding the category. Well, A lifestyle blog relates to a person’s way of living, in the same way that fashion blogs relate to people’s interests in the clothes they wear, the makeup they wear etc.

Lifestyle blogs usually make content about something you personally do or something you are interested in. Some examples of lifestyle blogs are about potty training your puppy, building your home garden, organic foods, weight loss, travel, holistic healing, and fitness etc. You can also find content relating to your love life, career, money matters, beauty etc. A lifestyle blog is a great way to express your opinions in an original way and get read by thousands of people across the world who may have similar interests as you.

So for that reason I decided to add this amazing category to my other two categories #entertainment# and the huge #home# niche. I hope you love what I have in store for you. Just click the articles below and enjoy!

What imaging tests should you do if you have low back pain or sciatica

What imaging tests should you do if you have low back pain or sciatica

Low back pain or what is commonly known as " sciatica " or "lumbago" can have many causes and is often due to more than one. Some of the most common causes are decompensation, overload or insufficiency of the back muscles, herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, poor alignment of the spine including scoliosis, osteoporotic compression fractures, trauma, infection. To determine the cause of the problem, doctors would recommend MRI for back pain as the first step in the diagnosis. So, what imaging tests should you do for low back pain or sciatica? Today we explain the differences between the 3 ...
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Tortola

Tortola Tour Guide – Places of interest

Among the British Virgin Islands, Tortola is the largest and most interesting from a tourist point of view. It managed to preserve its natural splendor and rich cultural heritage. Each city is characterized by a unique atmosphere of hospitality and national color. Many travelers are interested, first of all, in the magnificent beaches, Tortola attracts lovers of ecotourism. Lovers of fascinating excursions will definitely not be bored, as remarkable attractions exist in every city. There are numerous travel guides available about different aspects of the island. One of the most interesting is from the author of Rogues in Paradise, Ian ...
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6 tips to wear a dress shirt and look sexy

6 tips to wear a dress shirt and look sexy

You probably have more than one Men's Dress Shirt in your closet, but how many of them make you look really good and how many do you hang back up as soon as you put it on because it just doesn't look the way you want it to? It is that piece of clothing that can make you look elegant instantly and that has become a legend thanks to all those movie scenes in which, after a lucky encounter, the protagonists go home together and she ends up dressed only in a shirt while trying to find coffee in the kitchen ...
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Where To Travel If You Work Remotely 11 Cities

Where To Travel If You Work Remotely 11 Cities

Which would you prefer to go? Where would you rather go? To Europe, to Thailand, to Mexico, or anywhere else? It is now easier to live in paradise and work remotely as a digital nomad. Website Planet, a company that helps you create and manage your fingerprints, recently conducted a study to determine the best places for digital nomads. Website Planet evaluated many parameters to compile the list. These included the average monthly rental price for an Airbnb apartment, accessibility and efficiency of public transport, availability of Internet, WiFi, weather, safety options, leisure, and cost of sanitary facilities. Website Planet ...
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5 New Year's Resolutions For The Traveller

5 New Year’s Resolutions For The Traveller

Ready to start 2022 on a full-blown basis? Me either! To inspire these first days of the year – and not let the New Year's gas die – I decided to list here on the blog the traveller's 5 New Year's resolutions. If you follow them, I guarantee you will have a happy and well traveled year. Worth trying right? 1 – Don't spend money on what will distance you from that dream trip One thing that changed my financial life a lot was having clear goals. I talked more about this in the post about 2021 goals . With ...
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A Writers Recipe For Writing More

A Writers Recipe For Writing More

I have been posting more and more thoughts here on the blog. The Inspiration category is booming! It started with the desire to share some ideas with you and gained momentum when I realized that a lot of people were interested and liked to comment on the same subjects. And do you know what happens when we start writing with some regularity? We want to write more and more! That's why I decided to take advantage of this space to deliver the message. If you like to write, would like to write more or feel like you need something to ...
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Is 30 The New Adolescence

Is 30 The New Adolescence

I was talking to a friend these days, in her late 20s like me, and we came to a conclusion: we were more adults. I don't know if it's a common thing for those approaching 30, this insecurity. But we stopped to think about how we used to read a lot, we studied for pleasure, we were always up to date with politics and we worried (too much) about showing the world how cultured and content women we were. Would we be living in the new adolescence? Today, at almost 30, we spend a lot of time on the internet, ...
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This Is How Family Teaches Us Love And Tolerance

This Is How Family Teaches Us Love And Tolerance

I was always a little sad on “family” commemorative dates. My parents separated when I was very young and, as far back as I can remember, my father has lived a log way from me. We rarely get to spend Father's Day together. It sounds silly, it's just a date, but imagine a girl with a foot in the drama going through it year after year? For a long time I blamed my father for this distance. If you're reading this, Dad, forgive me. It's easier for us to demand and expect an attitude from the other than to look inside ...
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