Archive for March 2015

Making the Choice to Buy Instagram Followers for My Online Business

When I first saw the social media platforms come out I thought it was a joke or fad that would quickly be forgotten. Boy, was I wrong! I have been savvy enough to see new things that could be used to promote my business in the past, but I was late to the bandwagon of using social media. You might even say I was reluctant. I was tied up thinking the old ways of marketing were and would remain the best. After all, who wants to turn over the marketing reigns to the customers? Well, when I buy Instagram followers now, I am relying on customers and potential customers to promote my business for me.

It turns out to be a pretty good marketing plan. People are used to it now. They want to participate in the development and promotion of their favorite brands. All I needed was a little buzz to get my brand recognized. Read the rest of this entry »

Three Travelling Bags of Life We Need to Carry in Life Journey

There was a man who wanted to cross the desert. This man took a travelling bag with him, which was filled with food and water. At the beginning, he had been walking towards the north of the desert, but a sudden dust storm happened at night. The next day, when he got out of the sand dunes, looking greenish yellow sky, he didn’t know where to go.

There was also a man who wanted to cross the desert. This man took a travelling bag with him, in which there was a compass. He thought he would cross the desert in a day, but the dust storm blocked his trip. When the sandstorm stopped, it was the next day morning. This man went on walking with his feet deeply or lowly immersed in the sand. However, he didn’t reach the center of the desert until the next evening. Later, being tired and hungry, he eventually passed out on the third day.

Another person also decided to cross the desert. He took two bags: one with a compass, so he had a very good sense of direction; the other was filled with food and water, so he wouldn’t worry about hunger and thirst. At first, when he met the person who lost the direction in the desert, he turned a blind eye; then he encountered the dying person who was lying on the sand dunes because of no food and water, he also took an indifferent glance and left; later, when he surpassed several people who needed help, he ignored them. The next day, this man met a group of bandits, who robbed not only camels but also two bags of him. Without a compass, this person walked blindly like the first; three days later, he was hungry to die like the second person.

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Sri Lanka Holiday With Toddlers

Families with younger children always struggle with enjoying their holidays away from home, because they don”t know what is available to keep their children entertained, but a Sri Lanka holiday is not hard. While toddlers or younger children can be a bit overwhelming, they love spending time in the water or on sand, because it”s not something they do every day. Their short attention span does not exist on the beach.

The beach has endless opportunities for your toddler to find new things to be excited about. Your Sri Lanka holiday will be the best holiday you have ever spent with your family. Going between April and September is ideal for a trip to the east coast. If you are going to the south or west coast, December through April is best. Be sure to pay attention to what kind of currents are on the beach. However, there are a lot of safe bathing beaches and pools for your family to enjoy their Sri Lanka holiday.

Look for beaches with large pools sheltered by the reef so your children don”t have to worry about the strong currents that could possibly injure them. The last thing you want to do during a Sri Lanka holiday is deal with injuries. That”s why paying attention to what”s in the water is important too. Go on a Sri Lanka holiday with your children, and you”ll get to watch them make sand castles and play in the water. The simple pleasures in life are much more obvious when you”re on holiday.

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Travel Essentials That Are Easily Forgotten

When we’re at home, we almost take it had granted that we have pretty much everything that we need. Things are often different when we are travelling. We need to remember to pack all of the holiday essentials. So, how good are you at packing?

Most of us would have to admit that we do occasionally forget to pack an item that we really need. This can certainly be frustrating, even though there are many products that we may be able to buy once we reach our intended destination. There are, of course, some travel essentials that are really irreplaceable.

In my own experience, I’ve noticed that most people do you remember to pack their really vital travel documents. It’s relatively rare that people do forget about things like passports and airline tickets. It tends to be some of the other essentials that are most frequently forgotten.

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All Time Favourite Christmas Holiday Destinations

No one can escape the overwhelming spirit of Christmas. Almost every part of the world reverberates with cries of Merry Christmas on 25th December. Christmas remains one of the best times to plan your long haul overseas travel for a taste of festivities far away from home. However, booking of flights needs to be done well in advance so as those elusive cheap tickets do not slip out of grasp. However, quite a few airlines also offer some special Christmas deals. Here are some of the most popular Christmas destinations as revealed by online searches and other sources.


Paris, synonymous with fashion and glamour stays one of the in the world ushers in the festival in its signature trendy style. Vanity shopping is as much a part of Christmas celebrations as is watching dazzling fireworks displays over a goblet of French wine. The Champs Elyses lights displays and Notre Dame Cathedral celebrations remain two of the biggest Christmas events in Paris.

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