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Boho 101: Intro to the Bohemian Lifestyle

In its earliest origins from 19th-century France, “bohemian” was a mistaken term given to Romani gypsies who were thought to have migrated from Bohemia but were not actually native inhabitants of that country. To the French of that time, their nomadic and artisan lifestyle became defining features, and the term soon evolved into what is now a more modern meaning. What Boho Means Today For modern bohemians, the meaning maintains those same historical roots of wanderlust, communal living and artist culture. This adapts into many sub-definitions depending on regional preferences and social trends, but all of those styles embrace freedom of expression and eclectic fashion as common traits. The kind of inclusive outlook towards life that accompanies a traveler's worldly...

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How Do I Establish a Good Meditation Routine?

Are you new to meditating? With everything else going on in your life, establishing a meditation routine can certainly be a challenge. Still, it is worth it to work through anything that is getting in your way, because meditation can change your life. Here are a few ideas to help you get started. Start Small If you’re not used to meditating, it can be hard to keep your mind from wandering. This is one of the main reasons people give up on meditating so early on. They try to spend too long meditating and get discouraged and decide it isn’t for them. Instead of jumping in for a full session right at the very beginning, ease yourself into it. Start...

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How to Travel With Traditional Film Cameras

As the digital world of photography has gained momentum, there are still many photographers out there who love to shoot film. Many appreciate the art that goes behind not just taking the picture, but of developing. The entire process is an art in itself. Traveling with film cameras can be a little tricky though. It is easy to ruin the film, especially after it has been exposed. Too much radiation or too much heat can destroy the photographs you have captured completely. X-rays are the number one contenders for radiation; this includes X-rays used at the airport during a security check. Here are some tips on how to travel safely with a traditional film camera.   What Exactly do X-rays...

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Gypsy Life: How to Live in Caravan-Style

The world wide web has given people almost unlimited access to one another. People can stay in contact for virtually every waking moment and even find friends that they haven't seen in decades. Living life on the road used to be frowned upon, but modern technology can provide an excellent experience for those looking for a nomadic lifestyle. If you are looking to get out on the road, here are some tips to get started.   The Life of a Gypsy in Modern Times The first thing you'll need for your new lifestyle is a viable income. Not everyone can read palms, but you no longer need to. The internet can provide a viable income doing a number of different things....

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5 of the Safest Developing Countries to Visit

Safety is one of the most critical factors that travelers consider when traveling to developing nations. A recent global study conducted by CNN Travel asked consumers to identify the key influencing factors in their decision-making process. The primary factor was safety. The following are 5 of the safest developing countries to visit: 1. Rwanda Rwanda is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa with a 6.8% expected growth in 2018. Some of the factors attributed to this increase are political stability and the robust security network in the country. The homicide rates are low, police response is reliable, and the business cost of violence and crime are low. 2. Bulgaria Bulgaria is a country that’s undergoing a transition of...

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