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Best Powerbank of 2017

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Best Powerbank in 2017

While life keeps getting better with the help of new forms of technology, having a mobile communication and entertainment device like a smartphone or tablet is an added bonus. However, a good experience even with the best models on the market can be ruined by a battery issue. Your gadget’s battery power is probably one of the key things you check for when you know you’re going to be outdoors and might not have access to power sockets. So, having a good power bank is very crucial.

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There are currently many brands in the market, and all of them look good. Unfortunately, when you are looking for an effective power bank, good-looking shouldn’t be the first thing you look for. Here’s a review of the best powerbank of 2017 that you should go shopping for, even in 2018.

The best powerbank in 2017 was the Anker PowerCore 20100mAh. This ultra-high capacity portable charger is literally a moving powerhouse. It is built for iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and other smartphone models. With a 4.8A output, this powerbank is already making more than 20 million customers happy. It is best known for its fast and safe charging capabilities.

The Anker PowerCore 20100 will charges an iPad mini 4 twice, a Samsung Galaxy S6 five times, and the iPhone 7, seven times. It is a lightweight, so you can easily have it in your pocket without any hassle. It also features special protection against short circuits and power surge. In addition, it recharges in only 10 hours. To top it all, the Anker PowerCore 20100 is equipped with voltage boost and PowerIQ smart technologies to give you the fastest charge boost you need while on the go. This product might have been the best power bank in 2017, but most assuredly, it will remain in the number one slot many days into the future.

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15 FUNNY MOTIVATIONAL QUOTES

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1. If I give you an advice, it doesn’t mean I know more than you, however, It simply means I have done more stupid shit than you.

2. When you are angry, just take a long breath and count from one to ten. But make sure to throw your punch at eight for nobody was expecting it.

3. If anyone calls you ugly just turn back and say “sorry I am not a mirror”

4. I don’t really believe in ghosts during the day, however, I decided to be more open-minded at night.

5. Do not give up on your dreams just keep sleeping.

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6. Your good friend will visit you in jail; however, your great friend will bail you out of jail but please be reminded by the kindness of your best friend who sits with you inside the jail.

7. When you feel like you want to give up, just remember all that ugly faces that will laugh at you and still looks ugly.

8. When life drags you down just reverse your position and enjoy the star gazing.

9. Practice makes anyone perfect but remembers that no one is perfect so why bothering to practice.

10. When life shuts a door just pass through the window because at the end it doesn’t matter where you pass through but how you have overcome the door.
11. Smile while your teeth are complete.

12. Try harder today because when you get old you could no longer do things in a harder way.

13. I may be a bad influence and you are my best learner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. Sarcasm is my talent of insulting idiots without them realizing it.

15. When all is messes do not close your eyes for sure you cannot see a better way.

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Planning Christmas Open House Party

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christmas at home

The holidays are a perfect time to showcase your flair for décor and design against the backdrop of a custom-built home. This year my plan is to invite current and potential clients to a festive gathering at my home, which is one of my architectural masterpieces.

I have already determined the guest list. Now I need to plan the occasion before I write the Christmas invitation. In my world, design is everything, so I want the invitation to match the theme and flavor of the event. First, should this be a cocktail party or an open house? That choice is dependent upon the number of guests. In this case, I think an open house is the better plan. It is such a short holiday stretch and people already have other commitments. Therefore, a Christmas invitation to an “Open House” between 3 P.M. and 7 P.M. on December 16th seems appropriate.

My reasoning for a weekday, especially Monday, is to give my working friends and clients the chance to arrive after their day at the office and stay until they wish or need to attend another party. My retired clients have the chance to attend any time, early or late. My holiday collection of decorations is eclectic. I will set up Christmas trees in the parlor, dining room, and great room. Then I will theme the trees and accessories to fit my diverse decorations. One will be the style of India sparkling and exotic; the dining room will be traditional English, formal and elegant. The parlor must be warm and cozy with traditional old country or early American influence.

Since I am showcasing my home and its design, I will need a touch of Christmas in every room. The baths can be accessorized with the themes of the entertaining room, only simpler. The bedrooms will be tastefully decorated with low-light shades and warm throws and rugs. I am not an electrician so outside lighting will be limited to spotlights that shine up on design features I wish to highlight on the exterior. Plantings will be limited to simple pots of poinsettias and garlands in key areas around the entrance. The food choices are next. An open house, fortunately, requires simplicity in preparation. I will hire a local caterer to prepare a smorgasbord spread in the dining room and finger foods placed strategically in the parlor and great room. The bar needs to be in the great room near the spectacular view of my garden.

I now have everything I need to select my Christmas invitation. I find that paper invitations by post tend to get lost in my stacks of mail; therefore, I must assume that is the case for others. I have everyone’s email address, although I do not have all the mailing addresses. Therefore, online design is the best option I have.

I found a tasteful Christmas invitation that has room for all my details and it includes a place to insert a photo. I will use a photo of my home that I will insert into the design I chose. I will also include my email link for the RSVP. I can print the invitation for those who are out of internet reach and email the rest. This is just too easy!

My architectural, decorating and Christmas invitation design styles are now consistent with my event theme, “A Warm Holiday Welcome.”Now I will certainly enjoy my own party. Cheers everyone!…

Quotes about Education That Really Make You Think

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Education is a big deal, it shapes who we are in so many ways but life isn’t black and white and especially not in this case. School can be a tough, unforgiving, and downright cruel environment.

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Here are our favorite quotes about schooling that will make you think about learning differently.

“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.”
– Rabindranath Tagore

“I spent three days a week for 10 years educating myself in the public library, and it’s better than college. People should educate themselves – you can get a complete education for no money. At the end of 10 years, I had read every book in the library and I’d written a thousand stories.”
– Ray Bradbury

“Why should society feel responsible only for the education of children, and not for the education of all adults of every age?”
– Erich Fromm

“Much education today is monumentally ineffective. All too often we are giving young people cute flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants.”
– John W. Gardner

“No man who worships education got the best out of education . . . without a gentle contempt for education no man’s education is complete.”
– Gilbert K. Chesterton

“When a subject becomes totally obsolete we make it a required course.
– Peter Drucker

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