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The Truth

Always do whatever you want to not what you suppose to….because when u suppose people out there can oppose but when u don’t ,who gives a damn to those idiots outside huh.

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Top 50 tips n tricks to wakeup early

Well this could be the topic i would love to write about because i myself tried it a lots of time and succeeded most of the times …so here are the top 50 tips to be the morning star

1.Don’t make drastic changes: start by waking 15-30 minutes
earlier than usual, then gradually cut back more minutes, until
you get to your goal time.

2. Sleep earlier: To get enough sleep. Makes sense!
3. Put your alarm clock far from your bed: This way you’ll
have to get up out of bed to shut it off. Now, you are up and all
what you need to do is to stay up.

4. Force yourself to go out of the bedroom as soon as you
shut off the alarm: Don’t go back to bed for any reason and
reject any self talk that tries to convince you to do so. Don’t
rationalize. You know that voice that always tells you to stay in
bed for another 10 mins.

5. Find something pleasurable to do when you wake up: like
reading, writing, listening to music, exercising, watching a
movie, watching the sunrise or meditating, or even playing
video games.

6. Take advantage of the extra time: Between 4 am and 7 am
you can accomplish much more than many people do the
entire day. It’s a super productive period. Try to finish the
important tasks first or maintain useful habits like exercising.

7. Enjoy the break of dawn: It’s the most quiet and peaceful
moment of the day.

8. Go To Bed And Get Up At The Same Time Every Day: your
body will handle it more easily if you keep the same circadian
rhythm.

9. Give A Promise To Wake Up Early: Works best with your
family members, friends, etc. Show everyone you can stand
behind your words!

10. It Takes 3 Weeks To Make A Habit: 3 weeks are enough
for building an early wake up habit. Don’t worry, you won’t
feel uncomfortable waking up early till the end of your life!
Just commit that you’re going to do it no matter what in the
next 3 weeks.

11. Let The Music Wake You Up: Set your alarm device to play
your favorite song and set the time of alarm. What could be a
better way to wake up?

12. Take A Nap In The Afternoon: It’s recommended that you
sleep for no more than 30 minutes, or you will feel drowsy
after waking up.

13. Sleep With Fresh Air: Open a window or take a walk
outside before going to sleep. This will increase the oxygen
level in your body and hence enjoy a deep sleep and a
refreshed wake up.

14. Ask Someone Who Wakes Up Early To Wake You Up: You
feel as you have to get up because you don’t want that person
to think they wasted their time on you and think you’re looser.

15. Create A Reward System For Yourself: reward yourself
with something you want (like buying a new piece of cloth or
gadget), if you could wake up early everyday for 3 weeks
straight.

16. Do Not Eat Before Going To Bed: Have a light snack 2
hours before sleep time the latest. You can’t fully sleep while

your organs stay awake digesting food.
17. Have Something Important To Wake Up For (or a good
reason to wake up): It will play as a strong compelling reason
to take yourself out of the bed.

18. Use Multiple Alarm Clocks: Here is a brilliant trick: use 2
alarm clocks, and put your second alarm clock in another
room. The need to turn it off before it starts waking up the
whole family automatically becomes your “next action” to do
as soon as first alarm goes off. You’ll get off the bed quickly
because you know in 5 minutes another alarm clock in another
room will go off, and that’s not what your family will
appreciate.

19. Practice Waking Up: That’s a wild trick by Steve Pavlina.
He suggests that you practice waking up like you do with any
other skill you want to learn. During the day set the conditions
as close as possible to what they are when you go to sleep at
night. Set your alarm for a few minutes ahead and practice
standing up when the alarm goes off. Your goal is to put your
subconscious mind to work. Alarm goes off – you stand up.
Alarm goes off – you stand up. Rinse and repeat.

20. Create a morning ritual that is easy to follow: Your goal
is to program yourself to follow a plan that will make your
morning pleasurable and productive. Example, wake up at 4:00
am, pray, read for an hour, when the sun rises go for a 15
minute walk around the block, take a shower, write, eat
breakfast, go to work.

21. Avoid Alcohol, Tobacco And Caffeine: If you can’t avoid
some of these stimulants completely then at least try to avoid
them in the evening within 4-6 hours of bedtime.

22. Use a glass of water: Put a glass of water near your alarm
clock (make sure to put an alarm clock far enough from your
bed, otherwise you can hit the glass of water) and drink the
water first thing as you wake up. This will awaken your body’s
sleeping organs.

23. Don’t sleep in for long hours in the weekends: it breaks
your sleeping pattern and your body clock will not like it.

24. Start Your Morning With A Puzzle: What a wild trick. Put
your alarm clock in a place where it can’t be easily turned off.
For example, bring a chair, put an alarm clock high on the
cabinet, then put your chair back into another room.

25 . Create right associate: According to Tony Robbins, “We
are all driven by the need to avoid pain, and the desire to gain
pleasure.” Create a list of pleasures associated to waking up
early and another list of pains associated to NOT waking up
early.

26. Track Your Early Wake Up Progress: Put a calendar on
the wall and mark every day when you wake up early. As you
see your achievements, you’ll be inspired to continue the habit.

27. Understand Sleep Mechanics: Knowledge is power. When
you understand more about sleep mechanics, you’ll be able to
make smarter decisions. The most important thing about sleep
mechanics is that we sleep in cycles of around 90-110 minutes
each. A good time to wake up is at the end of each cycle. So try
to adjust your alarm to turn on a the end of a sleeping cycle.
For example, to wake up at 4:00 am, you have to sleep at 10:00
pm to have 4 cycles of sleep approximately. Or try setting your
alarm an hour and a half before you have to get up, then
resetting it to the proper time when it goes off. You should
wake up more alert, since you have finished a complete sleep
cycle.

28. Advertise Your Early Wake Up Habit: A good trick is to
start a blog and record your progress so that you friends and
family can monitor you.

29. Wake Up And Smile! That’s it.

30. Start Your Day Well: Replace any negative thoughts or
thinking about problems by something pleasant and optimistic.
What could be better than reading a good inspiring book.

31. Wake Up With the Sun: As soon as the alarm goes off,
expose yourself to a bright light (ideally – to sun light) and you
won’t get back to bed again!

32. Avoid Sleeping Pills: Sleeping pills depress the central
nervous system, and their effect may extend after you wake up.

33. Strike with Overwhelming Force: Use several or ALL the
tips shared in this post all at once! It’s fun to try.

34. Change your sleeping pattern in one day: This is the
opposite of “Don’t make drastic change” tip. It works well for
some personality types who are only motivated when they see
faster results and flexible or used to abrupt changes.

35. Set Your Alarm for Bedtime: This will remind you to leave
anything you do and go to bed. The leftovers can make a good
compelling reason to wake up early to finish them.

36. No Snooze Ever! It is very stressful. You neither get up or
get good sleep. 10 more minutes of sleep isn’t going to make
you any less tired.

37. Remove the option completely: Schedule meetings or
deadlines early in the mornings.

38. Have a similarly motivated buddy: You’ll help each other
to stay motivated and on track.

39. Experiment: Review your progress and see what works and
what don’t. Experiment different tips and see what was easy
and did the job for you. Keep experimenting different wake up
time or going to bed time until you find a healthy balance you
can sustain.

40. Make your bedroom a partner: A great bed, better pillow
textures and form, and comfortable sheets will help you sleep
better and deeper.

41. Dress right at night: Wear something comfortable and at
the same time appropriate with the weather condition and your
body’s temperature.

42. Sleep happy: End your day with a positive note. Never go
to sleep with a negative last thought in your mind.

43. Get extra clothes ready for waking up: If it is cold be
prepared with a thicker coat to wear when you wake up.

44. Get into a routine: at night that winds you down: Like the
morning routine, have a night routine that helps your body
relax.

45. Don’t go on the computer: or play video games at least 2
hours before you go to bed.

46. Eat . A bit of yogurt or protein when you wake up to
stimulate your mind.

47. Hot/Cold shower: Get a hot shower in the morning, and
end it with a little bit cold shot. This will shock your body and
often will help you wake up.

48. Prioritize: You won’t be able to get things done as you’re
used to. So, prioritize your tasks during the evening, so that
you start your day out doing the most important tasks first
thing in the morning.

49. Prepare for tomorrow morning: Try to do as much during
the evening to allow for an easy, hassle-free wake up.

50. Stop Believing The Myths: There’s nothing like a
“morning” or “night person”. Human bodies can adapt to
anything. You just have to be consistent until you develop the
habit.

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5 Tips to save money while booking a flight

Booking travel is so easy to do, yet all too often we
wind up spending more than we wanted.
Thank fee-happy airlines for that— there’s no limit to
what they’ll charge for, from meals to checked bags and
flimsy pillows.

1) The best time to book.

While booking as early as possible is the general rule of thumb to
getting great flight deals, this also depends on how far away your
travel dates are. In general, if your trip is more than three months
away, wait.
Airline sales tend to target travel dates that are
two to three months out, most of the time, so flights beyond that
window generally are priced at a higher level until the sales target
those dates.
There are a few myths related to booking flights. “One is
that the further in advance you book, the better”. “The other is if you
wait until the last minute, there will be unsold seats that the airlines
will practically give away”. Both of these are untrue in almost all
cases.
The truth is, there is no hard and fast rule; however, there are some
general trends to be aware of. Most airlines will open their flights for
booking about 11 months in advance. Usually when a flight first
opens for sale, fares are on the high side. The airline will keep them
that way for a while to get a sense of the overall demand. As it gets
closer to the flight date, you’ll begin to see sporadic sales. Then,
depending on how heavily booked a flight is, you might start to see
more frequent and aggressive discounting.”On average, six weeks
in advance is the least expensive time to buy a domestic flight – but
that does fluctuate quite a bit, “With popular markets on
popular travel dates, it’s best to book even earlier. And always try to
book at least 21 days in advance.”
This dynamic changes a bit during holidays, making it much more
important to book early. The basic factor affecting a flight’s price is
how full it is. In fact, airlines typically offer five to 15 different
prices for the same flight, just at different times. Usually, airlines
will sell the first 20 seats at their lowest fare and the next 20 at the
next lowest fare, with the pattern continuing until the flight is sold
out. In short, the fuller a plane is getting, the more expensive the
seats will be.

2) The best days to book and travel

Although there are always exceptions, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
rank as the least popular days and are usually the least expensive
to fly. Additionally, because it’s common for travelers to fly on
Fridays and Sundays, they are the most expensive.Wednesday afternoons specifically are the best time to book.
Tuesday and Wednesday are the days of the week when airlines
release their sales, Once all the sales are released,
other airlines may match some of the discounted fares, so waiting
until Wednesday afternoon allows for these matching airlines to file
their fares as well.
Keep in mind, around the holidays the rules change. For example,
during Thanksgiving week, Wednesday and Sunday are two of the
busiest and most expensive travel days of the year. Additionally, the
Tuesday before and the Monday after are also more expensive than
usual .The best days to travel out are generally the Saturday or Monday before Thanksgiving and the best days to travel back are the Friday,
Saturday or Tuesday after. Of course, if you can fly on Thanksgiving
Day itself you can usually get a great deal, too.
For Christmas and New Years, the day after is usually very
expensive, as are the Fridays and Saturdays before and the Sundays
after.

3) Become a frequent flier

It pays to cozy up to your airline of choice.
Become an elite member of the airline’s frequent-flier
program or use a credit card that’s tied to the airline to
get a leg up on other travelers.
Likewise, if you’re using a credit card that offers
rewards, check to see if those rewards can be redeemed
for miles or travel gift cards.

4) Be flexible (In date & time)

The main tactic to saving money on flights is to be as flexible with
your dates as possible. If you are locked into exact travel dates, it
will be more of a challenge to get a great deal. However, if you are
willing to fly on multiple sets of dates, the odds of finding a good
deal
get better. Moreover, being flexible with the times you travel is a big
help.
Flying late morning through afternoon is often a lot
more expensive than catching a red eye or hopping on the first flight
of the day.
Alternate airports can help, too. If there is more than one airport
near your origin or destination city, check them both.
“The more options you have in terms of airports and travel dates,
the more likely you will find what may be one of the last discount
seats to where you are going.”

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5) Online Tools

When trying to find a deal, make use of the online tools available to
you. CheapAir.com offers a “Price Drop Payback,” where they refund
passengers the difference if a ticket they purchased drops in price.
Furthermore, Bing Travel features a price predictor to help you
decide if you should wait or buy now by showing if fares are rising
or dropping. Kayak is also helpful, as it shows fare history charts to
give you some foresight. If you have Twitter, Fly.com has an award-
winning feed for flight deals, being nominated as one of the best by
Time Magazine. Additionally, using aggregator sites like the ones
mentioned above, as well as Skyscanner, Orbitz, cheapOair and
Hotwire can help you compare airline prices.

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5) Some exceptional ideas

Clear Your Web Browsing History
It happens all of the time. You find a cheap flight online, search for
it again later that day … and the price has skyrocketed. Why? All
booking sites record your web browsing data and some (e.g.
Travelocity) use this information to raise prices when you’re
interested in a flight. If you clear your web browsing data (known as
a cache), there’s a chance that you’ll find the original price.

So just by following the above tips you can save some good bucks which you can send me in my account for such good tips  :p

“Life is all about possibilities, all you need is just to take the next step”

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Do and don’t while traveling to India

Do and Don’t

While travelling to India, it is recommended that the following do’s and don’ts be strictly followed..

Do’s:
1) It is advisable to avail pre paid taxis/autorikshaws (three wheeler taxis) wherever available at the airports and railways stations. For metered taxis insist on paying by meter or ask for a fare chart
2) Shop at Government emporia/fixed price shops as far as possible. This ensures good quality products at reasonable prices. Insist on proper receipts/bills of purchase.
Keep your valuables in hotel lockers/safe deposit vaults.
3) India tourism has a system of approving travel agents/tour operators who conform to prescribed standards of service and quality. Always book your tours through such agencies. A list of approved travel agents/tour operators is available at the local India Tourism office/State Government Tourist Office..
For guiding services, hire a Government approved tourist guide who always carries an identity card issued by India tourism and Archaeological Survey of India..
4) Change money only at authorized foreign exchange outlets/banks/hotels and insist on proper receipt.
5) Contact the nearest India tourism office/State Government Tourist Office for authentic information. All these offices supply guide maps/brochures free of cost/at a nominal cost.
Confirm/re-confirm hotel booking yourself.
6) Buy train tickets from Railway Booking Counters or through authorized Travel Agents.
7) Always keep a Xerox copy of your passport and visa for any emergency

Don’t:

1) Don’t fall for tempting exchange rates offered by unauthorized people.
2) Don’t allow any unauthorized person to act on your behalf. Stay away from touts.
3) Don’t purchase air/bus/train tickets through strangers, touts and unauthorized travel agencies.
4) Don’t accept lavish hospitality extended by strangers/unknown persons especially while shopping for jewellery and expensive items.
5) Don’t travel in a Taxi carrying any person other than the driver.

Emergency Telephone Numbers: Police-100/Ambulance-101

India is the country of colours,country of love ,country of friendship. Here even stones are worshipped as god.
Great country great culture a must visit place on this planet.

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Tips of the day

If you always wonder that why in winters you hairs became more fizzy as summer so here is the tip of the day to keep your hair even more silky then ever.

In summer human body due to the rise in temperature,produces more oil as compared to the General conditions so in summer you can just wash your hair and get the silky look but in winters it’s not that easy  .

Due to the dryness the hairs became fizzy and dizzy so to avoid this ,oil your hair daily & if you are more a fashion freak and don’t like the oily look so oil your hair at night and wash them in morning and also remember not to use too warm water just use water at room temperature ,or else it will again remove the moisture from them.

And don’t forget to use conditioner after the hair wash

Let them wave again like the swing of wind with a tweak ,they are the synonym of beauty so just let them speek

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Daily dose

Good morning fellas .
Here is my daily dose for a better life

When you wakeup in morning always wait for few minutes sitting up in bed before getting out from your blanket, & never get out bare body direct out from bed this will protect you from catching cold and other problems even in winters, because when you get up in morning your body temperature was high n as if u suddenly get out og ur bed it get exposed to sudden change in temperature n that’s quite harmful for your health.

So stay fit sleep tight and always keep smiling

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How to travel with your pet

Mostly we are always confused about how to travel with our pets or is it really a good idea to travel with your pet so don’t worry here are few tips that will help you in seeking your answer for this question
As hotels and airlines begin to cater more to our four-legged friends, many people are starting to enjoy the benefits of traveling with a pet. Some hotels go as far as pampering our animals with personalized beds, gourmet treats, and turndown service. And several airlines even offer frequent flyer miles for the dog or cat who’s always on the go. However, before you start planning a vacation, it’s important to prepare yourself and your pet for the road ahead.

Know before you go
The first step in planning a trip with your animal is considering what’s in it for him or her. Oftentimes, it’s more practical to hire a sitter or board your pet, so you want to be certain that he or she is going to get just as much enjoyment out of the journey as you will Once you’ve decided to bring your pet along, you need to think about safety. While packing extra food, water (ice cubes work wonders), and favorite toys, it’s wise to take a minute to locate the closest veterinarian to where you’ll be staying. Healthy pet is an excellent resource, and is part of the American Animal Hospital Association. In just a few clicks, you can print a list of doctors and directions to have handy in case of an emergency. It’s also a good idea to pack a basic first-aid kit for any journey.

Make sure you have a current ID tag with your pet at all times. Microchips are also a safe and secure way of keeping track of your pet, especially for those traveling to a foreign country. Pack a few extra color photos in the event that you get separated.

Before any big trip, by flight or car, it’s important to familiarize your pet with its kennel, carrying case, or car seat. Start by introducing the animal to it for short periods, and then slowly increase the amount of time for each session. If flying, make sure your pet’s kennel is up to standard, is accepted by the airline, and fits your pet comfortably.

Most pets rely on routine, so it’s important to keep things as normal as possible. Robert D. “Jake” Tedaldi, D.V.M., winner of Boston Magazine’s 2006 “Best of Boston” award for veterinarian, suggests that you, “Try to make the arrangements and transitions as stress-free as possible by attempting to reproduce the living experience your animal is already accustomed to.” For instance, keeping a regular feeding and walking schedule wherever you go will help your pet feel more secure. It’s also comforting for the animal to have familiar items such as a favorite toy or blanket.

Doctor’s Visit
A doctor’s visit is imperative before any big trip. Make sure your pet is up-to-date with vaccinations, especially rabies, as they are legally required everywhere you go. Let your doctor know your destination, duration, and means of transportation to help them know the best way to keep your pet healthy.

A veterinarian may recommend sedation for a longer trip, especially for an animal that’s anxious or aggressive. If you decide to sedate your pet, Dr. Tedaldi recommends taking “any sedatives you’re planning to use on your pet for a ‘test drive.'” That is, try the sedative well in advance when you have the time to observe your pet’s full response to the medication. He adds, “This way you’ll know what to expect when the day arrives. Everyone, including your pet will be less stressed as a result.” In addition to a veterinarian’s recommendations, it’s wise to do your own research before making any final decisions.

For domestic flights, some airlines require a health certificate acquired within the previous 10 days. For international flights, it’s wise to make an appointment with a doctor six months in advance, as different countries have different restrictions and requirements. Keep copies of your pet’s records and an extra photo of your pet with you in a safe place while traveling.

Airplane Travel
The first step toward ensuring a comfortable flight is in the booking process, especially since many airlines have special requirements, and some don’t even accept pets. Several airlines have also implemented a pet embargo that restricts animals from flying in cargo during extreme temperatures (over 85 degrees or under 35 degrees). For instance, Delta Airlines will not allow animals to fly as checked baggage from May 15 through September 15. Before booking any flights, be certain the airline has no special restrictions that will prevent your pet from flying. Also, consider booking a nonstop flight versus one with several layovers. This may be more expensive, but it’s safer and less stressful for you and your pet.

Reservations are required for both cargo and carry-on passengers. Smaller pets (weight varies by airline) are allowed as carry-on, and are required to remain in their airline-approved cases under the seat in front of you for the duration of the flight. Many airlines only allow a certain number of animals in the cabin, so be certain your pet has a guaranteed place with you before you fly. Larger pets are required to fly in the cargo hold. If you’re traveling with an animal in cargo, alert flight attendants, so they’ll know who to grab first in case of an emergency. Be prepared to pay extra when flying with your pet, as many airlines charge a fee for each way, which can be as much as $250. Check with your airline for its specific rates and procedures.

Depending on the duration of the flight, many vets recommend withholding food six hours before departure and water two hours prior to take-off. It’s also wise to exercise pets before putting them in their crates. Place a visible tag with your pet’s name and emergency contact information on the side of its carrying case.

Border Crossing
When taking a trip to Canada or Mexico, it’s always important to familiarize yourself with the most current requirements for pet transport. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the procedures, contact the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency before hitting the road.

A valid rabies certificate is mandatory for crossing both borders, but Mexico also requires a health certificate issued within the last 72 hours. The pet may be inspected at either border for illness, but it’s merely a formality and patience goes a long way. To return to the United States, pets over three months old must have a valid rabies certificate issued at least 30 days prior to travel. Pets are allowed on most ferries, but many require animals remain on vehicle decks or in a carrier at all times.

It’s a good idea to bring extra unopened cans or bags of food. It’s not uncommon for opened food to be discarded upon entrance, and it may not be so easy to replace immediately. On a recent trip to Victoria, British Columbia, my mother, Victoria Hamman, had her pet food confiscated by U.S. Customs. She said, “I’m sorry we didn’t bring two smaller containers instead of one large one, because we had to search for a place to buy dog food once we arrived in Port Angeles later that night.”

Hotels and camping
Finding pet-friendly accommodations is becoming easier, but it still requires a little prior planning. Make sure your chosen hotel accepts the size and type of pet you’re bringing. Be aware that some hotels may charge an additional fee for your pet, so be sure to speak to the hotel directly to avoid any extra charges. Find pet-positive lodging through one of these helpful websites: Pets Welcome, Pet Friendly Travel, and Trips with Pets. On each site, you can search by exact location, and many offer lodging discounts.

For a place to stay on short notice, stop at one of these hotels known for welcoming pets: Red Roof Inn, Motel 6, or Days Inn. For a more luxurious experience, stay at one of the many Kimpton Hotels located across the country. Each hotel welcomes your pet as if he or she is a VIP guest, and many have special programs tailored for the two of you.

Another option for lodging along the road is staying at a KOA Campground. For a little less than a hotel, the campgrounds offer a fun retreat for you and your pet. If you decide to camp, be sure to talk to your vet about fleas, ticks, and other creepy crawlies you might want to vaccinate against. Also, be considerate of other campers by keeping your pet with you at all times.

Traveling with your pet should be an enriching experience, not a stressful one. By following these tips and preparing yourself for the unexpected, you will learn to enjoy taking him or her with you wherever you go.

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Travel tip of the day

Traveling to a new palace and quite worried about the place and their people so here is the tip for you

On cell phone download the dictionary of the language of that country and here you go ready to understand lots of things,and with the help of internet try to learn some basic sentence of that language before going there this tip helps even if you are going to any regional place within the country.

So just by doing a bit of Home work you can have a peaceful and bliss holidays

For more tips keep reading .