What can I learn right now in 30 minutes that will be useful for the rest of my life?
Google Tricks For Timer or Stopwatch:
Do you want to use Google as your Timer? if yes, you can. Use Google as a Timer or Stop Watch just like you use in a Watch or Mobile. Just set a time duration and it will alert you after completing the time duration.
Hack for life.... Small hacks for big change
1) Putting your phone on airplane mode would stop ads while playing games
2) Mosquite bite... AhhAhh... Well press a hot spoon onto the spot for a while until u feel good... And yes kill the Mosquite too Lol
3) God forbidden but if you ever get kidnapped and ur both hands are tied and ur mouth is covered with the tape.... Lick the tape until it falls off
4)Going to a coffee shop... Tell the waiter to provide the medium coffee in a large cup .. So to avail more coffee in large cup at the cost of medium one
5) Put that u were in Time's magazine as person of the year in your resume as 'everyone were declared as person of the year' in 2006
6) If u want to download a YouTube video, jus add "ss" to the URL between www. And YouTube
7) Make a password named before ur goal... It will always make u remember ur goal always....#law of attraction
8) Paint different keys with different colour so that you can differentiate them and pick the right one when you are in hurry
9) When you are at airport and want to access free internet...... Just type '?.jpg' and access for free
10) Accidentally messaged to wrong person.... just put ur phone on airplane mode and once it fail to deliver delete the message then
Wish all these small hack works for you at the time its needed respectively
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1. Learning Korean basics
You may think that learning a language takes much more time than just 10 minutes. Attending classes, studying for exams, and spending long hours on searching the words in the dictionary. Not at all! The Korean language consists of simple signs which combined together create certain vowels and consonants. See for yourself:
1.Pizza should always be held by folding it a little to make a U-shape so as to prevent it from flopping over.
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Well here are some things which you can learn very easily within a short period of time and might turn out very useful someday.
1) Remember the Morse Code for SOS (Save Our Souls) meaning Help in case of an emergency. SOS is universally recognized by all the people associated with army or rescue teams as compared to the word Help because not all of them know English.
In order to quickly send your message to far away person in any possible manner, Morse Code is a life saver as the Codes attached to the letters S (...) and O (---) are very simple.
The Morse Code for SOS is
Well, for some people it's the last thing they learned, and I really hope we all learn this earlier.
Top 5 Regrets People Make On Their Deathbed Revealed By a Nurse
"For many years I worked in palliative care" ...
My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives.
People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality. I learnt never to underestimate someone's capacity for growth. Some changes were phenomenal. Each experienced a variety of emotions, as expected, denial, fear, anger, remorse, more denial and eventually acceptance. Every single patient found their peace before they departed though, every one of them.
When questioned about any regrets people make, or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the most common five.