Do you ever wonder why some people get 100 likes on their profile picture and you get none? Does your profile pictures always end up with no one liking them? Is there a secret to get perfect profile picture? That’s what our hero is trying to figure out.
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On your first date, the first impression can make or break you. That’s why our character tried his hardest not to make some obvious date mistakes.
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Sometimes in a relationship, we spend far too much time talking about ourselves and not enough time learning about the other person. It’s not supposed to be a sales pitch where you try to convince the person that you’re their best option, or is it?
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If you’re someone who likes to bike, Hoverbikes are for you!
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Tired of the big city and high-rises, our hero hits the sights for something different. A safari of epic proportions, one its own wildlife and climate.
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Once upon a time not so long ago, Tommy used to work on the docks, Union’s been on strike so now he works on a farm….She says, “We’ve got each other and that’s a lot. For love we’ll give it a shot. Whoa, we’re half way there. Whoa, livin’ on a Prairie”
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Getting the right pet can be the start to of positive changes in your life. They say that the health benefits associated with owning a pet is an improvement in mood and mental well-being. Which is the theme of our next story in which our character decides to get a cat.
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There’s nothing quite like spending a day at the beach, even tho the water is super cold!
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In a new city, our hero frequents the same places over and over again. He hits the same coffee shops visits the same supermarket and convenience store on weekends; has lunch and dinner always at the same restaurants. His goal is to acclimatize to his new city and as he recognizes the people working there, and hopes that they begin to recognize him. What better way to make new friends!
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It’s Father’s Day. As we become reflective about the relationship that we have with our dad. We can’t help but think that they are have the most influence in our lives. We always look to them for answer life’s toughest questions. Whether we admit it or not, we always emulate the positive things he has done for us.
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