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World’s First Review of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium! – Tokyo Travel Article

World’s First Review of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium! 2020 is an Olympic Year for Tokyo. I believe some of you are reading this because you got some Olympic tickets and are planning an exciting trip, aren’t you? The new Olympic stadium was completed on 30 November, 2019, and opened to common people for the first time for some football matches in January. I got the rugby ticket because I wanted to enter the brand new stadium and report how it…

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7 Fun Brain Training Ideas To Enrich Your Retirement – Retirement Travel Article

7 Fun Brain Training Ideas To Enrich Your Retirement When it comes to living a long, happy, and healthy life, the formula is simple, well-known and widely accepted; healthy eating plus physical exercise equals longevity! But as we retire, there’s a third element which becomes an important part of the long-life formula: brain fitness. Throughout our working lives, we generally utilize our brains, keeping them active regardless of the industry in which we work. When our careers come to an…

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Highlights of 2019 – EazyNazy – Travel Article

2019, what a crazy year, So many things has happened (good/bad) and As i looked into my journal to see how far i have come, Did i learn anything new this year?, was this a good year compared to the last? Did i checked all the boxes from my New Year Resolution list etc etc I was surprised and happy to see how 2019 was a big hit for me in this blogging field. So let me give you a…

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Travelettes » » The Australian Bushfire and the current mood in Sydney and Melbourne – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » The Australian Bushfire and the current mood in Sydney and Melbourne Photo credit: Bert Knot Images of charred wildlife, apocalyptic smoke-filled red skies and flames roaring through forests have been plastered all over media channels recently, summing up the devastation caused by months of bushfires tearing through Australia. Despite the fires shocking the world, it’s hard to truly grasp the scale and effects of this disaster, let alone capture the feelings across the nation. In an attempt…

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