Water Quality on Airlines

A few weeks ago I wrote an article on how to stay healthy and secure when traveling, but I feel compelled to add one very important point; water quality on planes.

The last thing you want is to become sick while traveling. You’ve worked hard to have a vacation, you’ve paid a lot of money and you want to enjoy yourself. That’s hard to do when you’re sitting on the toilet with a stomach bug.

A recent study found that airline water was so nasty that the researchers are not only advising that you don’t drink it, but they urge you not to even wash your hands in it. They also recommend that you do NOT drink the coffee or tea.

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Truly Authentic Vegetarian Indian Food.

A couple weeks ago I posted a video about an Indian cook, but some people were disappointed that all of his dishes contained meat. So here are a couple Indian cooks demonstrating their magic for preparing vegetarian Indian food. I love these videos, not just for the recipes, but I’m fascinated to see how others live.

This first video is very interesting and well produced.

Watch more of his videos here.

And here’s a lady who has a different take on authentic vegetarian Indian food.

Paneer Tikka Masala.

Paneer Butter Masala.

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Creating Your Life!

What is the best way to set goals, adjust your attitude, visualize and program your brain to achieve anything you want to achieve?

There is a very, VERY, good book called “Creating Your Life” that gives you very simple, powerful techniques to do this. If you want to lose weight, stop smoking, be happy, or be successful in any area of your life, this book provides you with very clear insights into how your brain works, and how you can use these insights to achieve your goals.

The cool thing is, the author has also turned the concepts in the book into a series of free videos. I’ve put the first seven videos here. Please enjoy.

First, here’s a quick overview…

Episode 1…

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Apple’s Commitment to Privacy.

Thankfully, privacy is getting a lot of attention lately. People are choosing email and messaging services that allow them to communicate privately. People are choosing to use VPNs to protect their online activities from snoopers.

With good reason too. I don’t know if you’ve heard the latest, but now Google has been caught red handed gaining access to the medical records of over 50 millions of Americans without their knowledge.

Our desire for privacy has finally gone mainstream. Apple has always been better than Google at protecting privacy, and now they are going all in. This is a great thing, and it’s another example of free markets adapting to the will of the people.

Here’s Apple’s statement about privacy…

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