You'll Want to Lick the Bowl Clean After One Scoop of This Creamy Crab DipI woke up this morning STARVING and this Creamy Crab Dip hit the spot. It’s a simple crab dip and it was my breakfast this morning. Yes, I like nontraditional food for breakfast. This dip is not simple simple, but delicious simple.I have always LOVED the taste of crab and had an affinity for crab [...]2
Barbados is offering you the opportunity to work remotely from the beachWASHINGTON (SBG) — The government of Barbados is trying to offer workers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. They're encouraging anyone with the capability of working from home to work for a year on the island. ABarbados Welcome Stamp would allow foreigners to live in the country visa-free for up to 12 months. Local taxes that normally applies after staying in the country for six months would be removed, The Washington Post reports.
How to Safely Jump From a Bridge or Cliff Into a River or Body of Water - Without Getting Hurt!There may come a time in your life where you'll suddenly find yourself having to reenact the parkour moves of Uncharted's Nathan Drake in order to save your life. Jumping from a bridge or cliff into the water below in order to escape rabid dogs or evil henchmen will probably be one of those times. On a serious note though, this is something you should never do unless you absolutely must. While high jumps can be performed safely for recreation, in a crisis scenario you most likely will not have been able--or had the time--to gauge the depth of the water, see if there are jagged rocks nearby, and so on and so forth. In other words, you probably won't be jumping from a safe place where people regularly go diving. To begin, when attempting a high fall in an emergency (let's say over twenty feet or so) into a body of water, you will not know much about your surroundings-- specifically the depth of the water--as previously discussed. This is what makes impromptu jumping particularly dangerous. If you're jumping from a bridge into a river or other body of water with boat traffic, try to land in the channel--the deepwater area where boats go under the bridge. This area is generally in the center, away from the shoreline. Moreover, stay away from any area with pylons that are supporting the bridge. Debris can collect in these areas and you can end up hitting something when you enter the water. No need to make your risky move riskier! Finally, after surfacing from the jump, immediately swim to shore. How to Jump Properly & Safely 1. Jump feet first and18
Three dream holidays in the MaldivesKudadoo, Cheval Blanc, Como Maalifushi… if the names make you relax, just wait until you get there 1. Kudadoo, the jet-setter all-inclusive Kudadoo didn’t just raise the luxury bar – it launched it into the stratosphere with an all-inclusive offering that includes everything from round-the-clock champagne to superb scuba diving and unlimited spa treatments. Why it’s special Positioned...3
Seasoned Korean Spinach Salad ~ Sigeumchi NamulKorean food has many side dishes and if you ever been to a Korean restaurant or were invited by a Korean family for a Korean meal, you know what I am taking about. There is usually at least a spread of 6 – 8 dishes, both vegetarian and some with anchovies. Whenever we dine at...1
The 60 Best Summer Desserts to Make Before Summertime is OverSummer desserts can range from easy no-bake dessert ideas to ice cream and popsicles, fruit salads, pies and crisps. Then there are favorite summer flavors like s’mores and funnel cake. And of course, chocolate is always in season. So before autumn rolls in, get your fix of warm weather treats with these 14 Best Summer [...]4