• Concentration
    How to,  Lifestyle,  Tips & Tricks

    How to Get a Guy Notice You By Being Your Wonderful Self

    At the point when you like somebody, it tends to be difficult to concentrate on whatever else. What’s more, what you’re generally worried about is in the event that they like you back. What’s more, on the off chance that you realize they don’t, all you need to do is to realize how to get a person keen on you. Of course, you can simply continue being you and sitting tight for him to see you, yet why not take it up a score? Fortunately getting a person keen on you isn’t too hard. Folks may not be as straightforward as television and motion pictures portray them, yet standing out…

  • 10 Lessons
    Lifestyle,  Tips & Tricks

    10 Lessons Learnt from One Year in Australia

    After just over one year in Australia I finally feel like I can part some wisdom to wannabe travellers those planning to flee the nest and see some of this amazing World we live in.  So Here Goes 1. Whatever you’ve saved it’s not enough – keep saving! It’s a lot more expensive than you think. 2. It won’t be that easy to get a job – especially if you head to a major city first.  The words ‘Working Holiday Visa’ do not appeal to employers offering entry-level (post uni) jobs – I applied for SO MANY marketing jobs, rarely worth your time.  Plus there’s so many others out there…

  • Amazing Device
    Tech & Gadgets

    Extremely Essential Camera Skills

    Ahead of my birthday for which I asked for all-things-photography-related, I treated myself to the Extremely Essential Photography Skills course from Photography Concentrate and oh my word it’s brilliant. It’s a very easy-to-follow step by step guide to all the features and shooting modes on your camera with demonstrative videos, exercises and tips for each to make you thoroughly understand it all.  So far I have only worked about half way through taking my time and letting all the information sink in.  But I’m already a lot more confident with my camera and have moved completely away from auto.  Now using at the very least the semi-automatic settings like aperture…