The beginning of the new year is usually a time to sum up the previous year and re-evaluate what happened in it. We at YT have completed the customary look back and review and have prepared for you a list of the most interesting and popular articles of 2017. Here they are:

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As it happens every year, we plan to start a new and better life with the beginning of the new year. And yes, often that includes a promise to lead a healthier lifestyle, and to lose weight and gain strength. To avoid making it a flop again this year, check out the changes that don´t have to be drastic to make a difference.

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Does Christmas bug you a bit, or does it simply not appeal to you the way it traditionally appeals to so many others? No worries. We have prepared an alternative list of activities for the upcoming holidays that will get you out of the Christmas doldrums.

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While in parts of Europe crickets and other insects are being dehydrated and ground into protein flour, we won't go to the culinary fringe quite so radically for this Christmas baking season. Nevertheless, the need for a healthy lifestyle is making itself felt in confectionary trends, as will be noted in our Christmas baking tips. Here are the new, healthier trends in sweets.

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People without know-how would be lost if it weren’t for the more talented writer-scientists who actually take the time to create popular science books about the fields they know well. This article demonstrates that we have many books on neuroscience, genetics, memory, nature, time, and black holes. And all of them amazing.

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Packages, bags, boxes, sachets, and more. Wrapping is a crucial part of giving gifts. It can show creativity and care, or a lack of imagination; and it can even be of actual use in daily life. Good enough reason to think of something original this year, isn´t it? Stay with us, and we‘ll provide you with a few ideas.

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Central Park – a notable landmark in New York City, a green oasis (sometimes also referred to as the lungs of New York) surrounded by skyscrapers. With a sizeable area of 843 acres, it might be assumed that the park was always a part of the Commissioners' Plan. The opposite, however, was the case.  New York City’s population expanded rapidly before the second half of the 19th century, and the growing need to escape from the rush and noise of the city became the question of the day.

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In today's article we look under the lid of the language of cooking. Confit, Flambé or en papillote . . . not ringing any bells? Then read further down to master the cooking terminology that will make you a pro.

Published in Life
12/12/2017 - 4:00 pm

Home Made Gifts

Home made gifts have been drifting into the "unwanted" category. No wonder, when they have so often consisted of strange knitted shapes and patterns, typically lacking imagination. Time to put an end to it. The rebirth of crafts is the topic of the day. Home made presents can be the best choice and having no need to make them from scratch.

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25/12/2017 - 4:00 pm

Christmas 100 Years Ago

We at YT hope that you are experiencing Christmas this year just the way you like it.  But in case you would be interested in taking a break and making a trip into the past, we offer you a look at what Christmas was like about a hundred years ago.

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