5 Fun And Interesting Websites You Might Not Know About

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Looking for some fresh websites to visit in order to kill a few minutes or find cool stuff to share online? Yep, I know – aren’t we all?

I’m always on the lookout for great content that might slip past the hordes of other Tweeters, Plussers, and Facebookers. Today I’m sharing five of my favorite online destinations for interesting, funny, or just plain entertaining articles and info.

Check out my list below, and (as always) add your favorite in the comments.

5 Fun Websites

  • Web Urbanist – Art, Design, Architecture, Travel, Photography
  • Lost at E Minor – Off-Beat News, Art, Street Art, General Weird Stuff
  • Happy Place – Humor, eCards, Off-Beat News, Satire
  • Geekologie – Movies, Comic Books, Art, Gadgets
  • Inhabitat – Eco-News, Design, Photography, Architecture, Travel

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Most Spectacular Nature Photos of 2015

Image credit: Royal Society Publishing/Claudia Pogoreutz

If you love nature and great photography then you’ll enjoy this collection.

Thanks to Gizmodo for the wonderful images.

“The winners of Royal Society Publishing’s inaugural photography competition have been announced, and they’re extraordinary.” – George Dvorsky

Source: These Are the Most Spectacular Nature Photos of the Year

Health Tips: Try These 6 Moves For Sciatica Relief



Thanks to Victoria Wolk and Prevention for the helpful yoga tips.

“Anyone who’s ever suffered from sciatic nerve pain knows it’s a real pain in the butt—literally. And If you’re dealing with a flare up, these simple moves can help by targeting one of the most common causes: Piriformis Syndrome.” – Victoria Wolk

Source: 6 Simple Moves To Ease Sciatica

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Do You Know The Surprising Benefits of a Quiet Ego?


A new field of psychological research is exploring the benefits of humility, empathy, and mindfulness. Scott Barry Kaufman (writing for Quiet Revolution) explains in the article linked below.

“If you stroll down the self-help aisle of most bookstores in America, you’ll notice that book after book is about how to be great, look good, and win. All of these promises for self-enhancement can be loud and quite overwhelming. Sometimes I cheekily wonder, why is there no such thing as a quiet self section?” – Scott Barry Kaufman

Source: The Surprising Benefits of a Quiet Ego

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