• How to Build Your Personal Brand to Grow Your Blog
    By Stefanie Amini Last Update: June 26th, 2018 To: Bloggers Comments
    We are in a time where blogging is a must and it’s your complimentary channel of communication after social media.  It’s your valid backup of real content, while instagram and Snap are there to draw in the crowds, your blog is where you ultimately make the long term income. Your blog can make you serious money if you do everything the right way, you can build your personal brand and extend your brand awareness past your blog and the internet. Set Up Your Blog Properly People will love visiting blogs that are easy to navigate and that have a good-looking layout. Mak...
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  • Here are the Reasons to Start Running
    By The Road Last Update: February 3rd, 2019 To: Wellness Comments
    Some of the links below are affiliate links. This just mean that if you choose to make a purchase we may receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you. We are using these links to show case how you can use VENNDY’s carousels to use affiliate marketing.  You, like me, are probably fully aware of the importance and advantages of a daily workout routine. We all hear from friends and acquaintances how much better their life is since they took this path. You can find dozens of articles summarizing the importance and improvements and throngs of bloggers writing about why it is s...
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  • Inspiring stories
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Inspire Comments
    Inspiration! Depending on your interpretation, there is so much essence in this word: the exchange of ideas, observation, encouragement, new goals, plans and aspirations. Inspiration can also be a significant drive for change in women's leadership positions, encouraging more women to aspire and believe in their ability to get there. But inspiration isn’t enough. There needs to be a cross-platform adaptation in order to get the right impact of change: across home, motherhood, education and career. In corporations, more women should start climbing the ladder, more women should hold ont...
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  • Bad Boys of Dance — Rock the Ballet
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Culture Comments
    If you haven't seen them yet, make sure you do next time they're in town.  Rasta Thomas’ Rock the Ballet starring the Bad Boys of Dance is a fusion of classical ballet with hip hop, tap, contemporary dance, and awesome acrobatics, creating an amazing high energy show that appeals not only to seasoned ballet lovers but also to dance fans and theatre-goers alike. Rock The Ballet is a perfect example of how dance can be masculine, energetic, and sexy. This superbly trained, charismatic and acrobatic group of dancers provide a new interpretation to modern dance, extending its...
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  • Zero to One
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Culture Comments
    The book Zero to One was written by Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and Palantir and investor in hundreds of start-ups, including Facebook and SpaceX, and Blake Masters, one of Thiel’s students. The book tells of entrepreneurial start-up and about building companies to create something singular and new. Yet, according to the book, there is no one formula, because every innovation is new and unique; the single most powerful pattern is that successful people find value in unexpected places.  "A startup is the largest endeavor over which you can have definite mastery. Yo...
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  • Breezy Brazilian Beach Atmosphere
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Décor Comments
    With winter storms and the cold weather outside, while some of us are heading to ski resorts, I couldn’t refrain from sharing memories of a beach vacation with sun, sea and bright blue skies— could one imagine a more relaxing vacation!  And it is hardly surprising that we then try to keep our holiday memories alive by integrating some of the concepts encountered during our time-off into our everyday lives— even if it is just an ornament, a souvenir or a photo. Such is every visit to the Far East for me, as you can read about here. These beach holidays make you want to turn ev...
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  • A Jump over to the Far East – The Thai Islands
    By The Road Last Update: July 24th, 2018 To: Travel Comments
    Some of the links below are affiliate links. This just mean that if you choose to make a purchase we may receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you. We are using these links to show case how you can use VENNDY’s carousels to use affiliate marketing. One of the pleasures of traveling is exploring new places, sceneries, people, language, tastes, smells, design, atmosphere, and traditions—in other words, everything that contributes to the creation of customs that signify a society's culture. That is the reason why traveling to places so different from where we come fro...
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  • The Confidence Code - The Science and Art of Self-Assurance
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Culture Comments
    The Confidence Code is a must-read for every woman who is looking to excel and every mother, especially of daughters. The authors, journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, raise hard questions and meticulously research the subject of "womenomics" and self-assurance, offering some very astute suggestions for self-awareness and improvement.  Their bottom line is that confidence is a key factor in the ability of women to succeed and building confidence is something you need to work at: "You won’t get it if you don’t work at it, because all of our self-generated confidence comes...
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  • Pienza: location and atmosphere – all you need for a memorable vacation
    By The Road Last Update: May 1st, 2018 To: Travel Comments
    In addition to my previous post on Italian travel—Tuscany— I would like to share an unpredictably special experience in a spot we visited for the first time: Pienza.  Sometimes there is one experience that eclipses all others and becomes the highlight of your vacation. It  gives you that memorable moment, the one you long to relive sometime soon…. Pienza, located in the province of Siena on the Tuscan/Umbrian border in between the towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino, was termed by the architect Nicholas Adams, "the touchstone of Renaissance urbanism." Personall...
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  • Fashion - A Touch of Gold
    By The Road Last Update: August 9th, 2018 To: Fashion Comments
    As we are getting closer to New Year celebrations, we cannot and must not ignore the trend toward a touch of gold. Gold is a color that speaks for itself. Not much needs to be said about its aura and its contribution to creating an impression or statement. The only proviso, of which you are probably already aware, is the need to use it in moderation. Less is more goes the saying, and when it is gold we are talking about, that is definitely true. By less I don’t mean keep it restricted to jewelry or a clutch bag but rather that one statement piece could be enough. A goldish...
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