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Can your Diet Affect your Dating?

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Can your Diet Affect your DatingOur eating habits play a supreme role in our day to day life. Eating healthy and good food is just not influential for living a healthy lifestyle but has its importance in a lot many areas of our life. Here is something for you to know, that your eating habits can even make or break a date for you. Talking about the eating habits, yes of course none of us will want to date a sloppy eater. However, it is just not the way you eat but even what you eat as well. And, this has been stated according to a research done by the dating app AYI (Are You Interested?).

This they have concluded after analyzing the online activity of at least 180,000 app users and checking around 2.4 million interactions overall (950,000 interactions by women and 1.45 million interactions by men). Anytime when a user viewed someone’s profile, AYI looked at the likelihood of the user actually reaching out to connect with the person.

Researchers have found out that men were 11% more likely to reach out to vegetarian women than women who preferred to eat meat. And, the situation was totally opposite in case of women. 13% more women are more likely to reach out to meat eating men than the vegetarian men.

Well that does not mean that you should ditch your meat eating habits as that would be really crazy. However, it is really interesting to know about the diet criteria that one looks out for. According to the research from the app showed that people do consider facts like height, diet income and other factors before contacting their potential date. But, people forget to consider the criteria once a person reaches out to them. That could be because knowing that someone is interested in you is more important than considering the other factors, especially eating habits. But, again there could be some who might be very rigid with their thoughts and beliefs. So, good luck!

Let’s go garden this summer

Monday, August 12th, 2013

fresh-home-with-an-impressive-gardenSummers never last long in Britain and when they do; you should make the most out of it. Imagine a sunny day, you and him with a glass of wine sitting outdoors. It kind of sets the scene for a perfect movie romance just about to begin.

Hang on; we’ve kind of digressed from the topic, which is making the best use of your garden, balcony this season. Don’t let your outdoor space lie alone, nurture it and make it as stylish as possible. Here are some tips to help you do just that.

Balcony Garden

Many of us live in cities, where the maximum we can afford is a balcony. Worry not! You can transform this space as per your aesthetics and give it a feel of a garden. Add a little bistro table and chairs to create the perfect summer dining area.

If you are really limited with room, try adding a few decorative accessories such LED lanterns, bunting or wind chimes to add a touch of personality and design flair to the space.

Small Garden

Just pit a simple bench combined with colourful cushions and see how this small little change will entirely transform the setting into a comfortable lounge to spend a sunny afternoon in.

If you are a keen gardener, opt for a style which comes with built in storage so you can limit clutter and keep all your Garden tools nice and tidy. Also, since the garden is small, DO NOT overdo it with accessories. Small is just wonderful by itself.

Large Garden

If you are lucky enough to have a large garden, take advantage of the space you have available by creating an outside space which you can relax in at all hours of the day. Wicker style furniture is fab as it allows you to fill the space without it feeling too heavy.

Adding unusual pieces like water features and garden ornaments will give your garden a very different look.

Just in case you have no garden at all, a small pull along hamper is perfect to help easily transport all your summer goodies to the nearest park.

5 Most Luxurious Places to Stay in the World

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Luxury hotel suitesWho doesn’t love to enjoy the finer things in life! We often look at the very mighty rich and wonder how their life would be, where do they on a vacation, what do they do with all the money in their hands? Well, here’s a small little page from the lives of such people.  Below are some of the world’s most exclusive accommodations.

The 5 most luxurious places to stay in the world are:

Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

Royal Penthouse Suite at Hotel President Wilson, Geneva

If you plan to go to Switzerland,it will cost you $81,000 to spend a night at the Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva. The Royal Penthouse Suite is one of the most exquisite and the most expensive hotel rooms in the world. This suite occupies the entire top floor of the President Wilson Hotel and is located a five minute distance from the UN Building.  The suite has a panoramic view of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc.

Safety features include bulletproof widows, panic buttons, human-sized safe and armored doors, which make this a perfect place to stay for celebrities, government officials and anyone seeking privacy. You can’t find a more luxurious suite in the world!

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Built by Sir Richard Branson, this 74 acre island located just north of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. The island operates like a resort with 60 staff members, and accommodation for up to 28 guests.

For a modest sum of 53,000 USD a night, this private oasis can be yours for you and your guests. Features on this island include virtually every water sport you can think of, infinity pools, hiking, fancy dress parties, casino nights, bbq’s on the beach, and over 200 flamingos!

Nygard Cay, Bahamas

Nygard Cay, Bahamas

Nygard Cay is a 6 acre dreamland at the end of Lyford Cay in Nassau, New Providencia, Bahamas. It takes $47,000 per night to live your dream here.

This stunning private island features 10 bedrooms with 2 pools, two additional staterooms available on a luxurious 82-ft yacht, 5 Jacuzzi/whirlpools, tennis court, 2 volleyball courts, basketball court, 3 boats, staff of 20, food and liquor included, 2 Hummers, a 48′ fishing vessel, a 24 seat movie theatre, exotic birds, private limousine and Hummer transfer from Nassau International Airport to Nygard Cay and much more!

Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino, Las Vegas

Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino, Las Vegas

The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa in the Hotel Palms Casino Resort is 10,000 square feet of ultimate indulgence.

Frequently visited by guest such as Kanye West and T-Pain, this suite modeled after the Playboy Mansion features three bedrooms, an eight-foot rotating bed, terrace with outdoor pool and sunbathing area, private spa room, butler service, poker table, full wet bar, Indoor water features and private glass elevator.

But the most unique amenity is the cantilelvered jacuzzi pool, which extends outside of the suite and gives a clear view of Sin City’s main drag. Anyone expecting to live like Mr. Playboy for the night should expect to spend like him. Rates start at $40,000 per night.

Villa Bellissima VI, Tuscany

Villa Bellissima VI, Tuscany

Villa Bellissima is a 300-year old farmhouse that was newly restored as a luxury farmhouse in the past two years. Set on an hill in a picturesque valley halfway between Rome and Florence, with extensive views over the Umbrian countryside, Villa Bellissima offers the best of both worlds — an idyllic rural setting, with modern amenities and a central location.

Villa Bellissima is a 300-year old farmhouse that was newly restored as a luxury farmhouse in the past two years. Set on an hill in a picturesque valley halfway between Rome and Florence, with extensive views over the Umbrian countryside, Villa Bellissima offers the best of both worlds — an idyllic rural setting, with modern amenities and a central location Guests will enjoy a formal dining room and outdoor dining terrace, grand piano in the living room, theatre room, library, bar, wine tasting room, professional kitchen, arcaded courtyard and various benches and gazebos in an extensive garden space. There is also a 60 ft oval swimming pool, state of the art gym, spa, and basketball and tennis courts.

All this for only $19,570 per night