An Easy Way to Stay Healthy from Ayurvedic Medicine

When a friend of mine married into a traditional Indian family, she received a strange mix of seeds and instructions to swallow a spoonful every morning. The mother-in-law, still living in India, had personally prepared the mix. Knowing that the Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine (aka Ayurveda) is one of the most highly advanced and oldest in the world, I will admit that I was curious about these odd looking little seeds. Now we have obtained that recipe and I am publishing it here for you to use as well if you would like. 

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How to Be Super Productive Every Single Day

I use a simple, free method to organize and prioritize my tasks each day, which enables me to efficiently slice through busyness and relentlessly pursue productivity. It's called a "Things To Do List" (also known as a TTD List). You may be keeping some kind of task list already, but over time I have honed one specific version of this approach which I think you may find to be highly useful to you. 

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A Fascinating People Located High in the Andes Mountains

We've recently had the opportunity to connect with a group of indigenous people located in Ecuador called the Kañari Kichwa. The Kañari are in the process of reviving many of their traditional agricultural practices, after having largely thrown off the yoke of external control by various empires over the last few hundred years. 

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What Are the Most Spoken Languages in the World?

At Aspire, making our information available in multiple languages is a key part of our mission of getting the world out to as many people as possible. In researching which languages we should prioritize, we discovered that there is actually a lot of divergent data regarding the data for various languages. This article is an attempt to synthesize our research in an easy to understand format. 

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