Lebanon has the most water of all the Middle East , but we have a problem of water, the rainfall comes and gets wasted in the sea , we are not storing this water. If you see the video you will not belive that some people in Beirut buy water, which cost them a lot, and this water is not drinkable, so they buy mineral water as well…..Buying water and watching it going directly to the sea! Welcome To Lebanon !!!!
We are social by nature and we are always searching for the other half to complete our lives to share our experiences emotions and passion…
But there are others who prefer solo life….
Being single doesn't mean that this single person is completely lonely..
Here some benefits of being single:
- More time to spend with yourself and with your friends
- You can plan your life the best
- You don't have to tolerate nagging
- More freedom and independence
- You can focus on your career
- No stress
- Discovering yourself
- No sharing
- Enjoy your personal space
- Better friendships and social life
- Ever notices how married people are always fatter than normal?
"Remaining single and enjoying a life on your own is not merely being selfish. You are merely setting your priorities straight and leaving them where they should be. Your happiness comes first of course."
Are you single? Add more benefits to my list.
& if you are married, write the benefits of being married in the comment box.
I am sure you have read many articles about the importance of blogging or blogging is dead …well I have to tell you that blogging is not only important but it can change your life.
I launched my personal blog in July 2007. This event changed my life in many parts.
It gives me confidence, I am not Hemingway when it comes to writing, I do a lot of grammar mistakes, but my blog gave me that confidence to write and to express my ideas.
It helps my creativity, it is so easy to start a blog, but keeping your blog running is the hardest part….I can say that my blog keep me thinking for a new ideas and be creative …
I didn’t start a blog to make friends or to receive spam invitations and never expected to meet people through blogging but it just happens.
My blog helped me to plan right anything a new business project, to launch a new product or even to plan a party…
My blog is my place and here I can say whatever I want. I’m direct and I’m public ….
Twitter, Facebook, Google plus, pinterest are cool but my blog is home
Blogging has lead me to a lot of opportunities that I wouldn’t have had otherwise. I’ve created a lot of connections, and it’s given me a way to showcase some of the work that I do.
My blog get me a job in the digital media and marketing industry last year.
My blog did change my life. It helped me to find my passion.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not a Guru I am not famous or making too much money,What I have is my real me and relationships with interesting people in the industry. You never know where this may take me.
Blogging changed my life. It’s changed the lives of well known bloggers like Chris Brogan, Scott Shuman, Leo Babauta, Garance Dore, Brian Cark for the better too.
Are you ready to find out if it can improve your life? Start here guest post on my blog.
Infographic by- Shanghai Web Designers
World Wide Web is growing at rapid pace. On average, more than a billion new pages are added to it every day. To give you an idea of how big world wide web is, this Infographic 60 Seconds will cover some really interesting facts about websites that we use on day-to-day basis.