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What’s It Like Living In Malaga?

By MyExpatsWorld Hello Sunny Days and Low-Cost Lifestyle in Málaga, Spain Spain’s Malaga are deservedly popular as a chic and unashamedly cosmopolitan destination for expats and holidaymakers a alike. Many expats and their families are choosing to settle in Malaga, lured by its fabulous year-round weather, its economical lifestyle, divine fresh cuisine and vibrant Andalucian culture. Moreover, living and vacationing in Malaga remains more affordable than in comparable parts of Northern Europe. Thanks to its comparatively low property prices and the equally low cost of living in Spain’s sunny southern city. Malaga Today Málaga is about halfway along the Costa del Sol. Six decades ago, this idyllic stretch of beautiful Mediterranean coastline was home to quaint little fishing villages. Today...

Essential Tips for Traveling with Animals

For some committed pet parents, a trip just isn’t the same if their pet companions can’t come too. However, traveling with animals can be highly stressful, both for you and your pets. If you’re planning to take your pets with you on a trip, we have some tips to make the experience safe, comfortable and enjoyable for everyone. Quick Checklist For An Animal Move Check Your Destination’s Pet Import Regulations Do you need to have an import permit? Does your pet have to be micro-chipped? What vaccinations are mandatory? Is a Blood Titer Test (RNATT) test mandatory? Do you need to have them checked for internal parasites? Does your pet need to go into quarantine upon arrivals? Must your pet arrive as cargo? Get Your Pet Used To Their Travel Crate All pet carriers must have a waterproof ba...

Follow Your Dreams: How Not to End Up in a Sinking Boat on Day 2

Follow your dream Let’s begin with a story about two exhausted millennials who sold out everything they owned, quit their jobs just to sail around the world. Tanner Broadwell and Nikki Walsh who are 26 and 24-year old decided to change they life completely and escape the routine. The couple bought a 49-year old sailboat and were planning to navigate the Caribbean. Additionally, the whole preparation cost them $10.000. Half of the money went to the vessel purchase and other half to the repair and maintenance. As soon as they started making their dream come true, the very next day they had to stop the journey. The dream fell apart immediately when these newbie sailors “struck something in a tricky channel of water known as John’s Pass off of Madeira Beach, Florida, ripping the keel off...

Things That Happen to Your Body When You Eat Eggs

Eggs are likely the easiest, least expensive and most versatile way to increase your protein intake. In addition to adding to your daily protein count (just one egg packs 7 grams of protein), they’re full of amino acids, iron and amino acids. Not to mention that one egg has only about 85 calories. Here are some incredible things that happen to your body when you eat eggs. 1. You’ll boost your immune system Add an egg or two to your diet daily if you’d like to boost your immunity. In one large egg we can find almost a quarter (22%) of the RDA of selenium. This nutrient that helps support the immune system and regulate thyroid hormones. 2. You’ll improve your cholesterol profile High cholesterol is a bad thing. There are good and bad kinds of cholesterol and eggs contain plenty of the good k...

Chinese New Year 2018: Avoid Medicine, Laundry & Crying Children

Happy Chinese New Year 2018! The Year of the Dog. With the new year, comes superstitions that will apparently dictate how the next twelve months will play out for each of us. Superstitions On the first day of the year there are certain things we must avoid. Handling sharp objects like scissors, doing laundry and sweeping the floors are among them. Parents should keep children as happy as possible or avoid their crying children as they can also be a bad omen. According to Chinese superstition doing any of these activities on the first day of the Chinese New Year can lead to bad luck for the entire coming year. However, this is just on day 1. 2018 is the Year of the Dog, which is an animal which symbolises luck. When is Chinese New Year? Celebrations begin on the new moon anytime between 21 ...

The Least Awkward Way to See if You Have a Future with Your Date

Dating someone new usually brings excitement and hope to most people. The first few dates can often be accompanied by many questions about the future and this potential new partner. “Where is this going?” “Do we have a future together?” But it may take time to find answers to these questions. Here is a good tip for the least awkward way to see if you have a future with your date. We Don’t Want to Seem Too Forward at First Most of us don’t want to risk being too forward when we first meet someone. Therefore, many times, the conversation is kept to basic questions and small talk. Rarely do we ask questions about any information of substance. So How Can We Tell if Someone is Right for Us? According to a relationship psychologist Dr. Maurer, we really just need to ask this one cliché question....

10 of the Craziest Bridges In The World

Would you dare to experience these craziest bridges from around the globe? 1.The Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Norway (main photo) “The road to nowhere” is how many call this bridge. This is the longest of eight bridges that make up the Atlantic Highway along Norway’s West Coast. It’s complex architecture creates an optical illusion. From the angle of approach it seems that one is heading directly into the sea. Scary! Furthermore, when storms hit there are mile high waves that crash over the bridge making most turn away. 2.Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan National Forest Park, China   Skywalks are always a little scary. This one is sure to give you vertigo. The Glass Walkway is also referred to as “The Walk of Faith” because it hangs off the edge of a cliff in the Tianmen Mountains. This br...

The Scientific Benefits of Love

There is now scientific proof of the benefits of being in a happy relationship. The scientific benefits of love will make you even more grateful for your partner. Being by yourself also has its own upsides also of course. A University of California study suggests that singletons are sociable, more fulfilled and self-sufficient than many of their married counterparts. Science has proven though that there are great advantages to being in a stable and loving relationship. We’re not talking about the beginning of a relationship when everything is dreamy but about long-term fulfilling partnerships. So, here we are talking about ‘happy’ couples. Keep these seven scientifically proven benefits to being loved-up in mind the next time you feel annoyed by your partner… 1. Better Stress Managem...