If you live in Melbourne or you’ve visited Melbourne in the past, you would know all about the never ending to do list of the city, whether it is an attraction, an event, a festival or even just food, the big city of Melbourne just knows how to keep not only tourists happy and entertained but its residents too. We are constantly looking for new adventures and it was no different this time searching for something fun and new to do with hubby on his birthday. I came across the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant. I’d heard about it years ago, while…

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There is “chemistry”, there is love, there is interest, there is the desire of the couple to be together, but at the same time there are many disagreements, lack of understanding and communication. Does this ring any bells? Difficulties or mistakes in communication are one of the most common problems in a couple’s relationship. We all go through this no matter what. I don’t want to scare anyone, but there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. It is as perfect as it can be or you make it. Not everyone shares intimate relationship details, however, a relationship is…

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We all grow up with our myths as it turns out. The British Times “uncover” seven blatant misconceptions that we have been bearing since our childhood. I found this rather interesting, so I thought I will share it with you. 1) Einstein was a bad student Whole generations grew with the impression that the Nobel laureate physicist did not manage at school, and in fact Einstein was a very good student – especially in mathematics and physics. This perception has prevailed because Einstein graduated with 4, a grade that was later interpreted as D, while his current scale of grades…

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What’s the difference when it comes to depression and sadness? What do we need to know about these two emotions? Many say that depression is the illness of our time. With the technology and freedom people have at present time, you’d assume people would be happier. However, various studies show that on average, around 1 in 6 women and 1 in 8 men will experience some level of depression, making over 3 million Australians living with depression or anxiety. Due to the high incidence of depression, the term has come into our daily speech, with many saying that they “fell depressed” from various…

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With today’s technology and competitiveness, many seek to educate themselves on various areas, but going to University time and time again can be quite expensive, especially if you are not necessarily striving for a degree. If you are looking to just learn more, Open Culture provides free online courses to the general public with material from the world’s best universities. Open Culture offers over 1250 online courses from world’s leading universities such as Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download audio & video courses straight to your computer from their website. I haven’t tried it myself yet but I was…

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