“Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness come upon you.” – John Ruskin
Have you ever been out to dinner and dessert arrives and Gustov, the fancy waiter with the handle bar mustache, asks you if you would like a cappuccino with that soufflé and inside you’re all, “Hell yes I want a delicious coffee drink!” But instead, you decline because it’s so late?
Ok, we’ll maybe that EXACT scenario never happened to you, but my point is that you don’t have to turn down coffee drinks after a certain time of night.
According to this recent Harvard study, drinking coffee before bed doesn’t influence your body’s ability to sleep or stay asleep.
(Or it actually does, and these scientists are just a bunch of sadistic a-holes.)
Find the study here.
When you travel to places like Cuba, Jamaica, Venezuela, or Mexico, usually you are warned to go with a tour guide or with someone who knows the inner workings of that country.
These kinds of warnings are issued due to each country’s high-level crime rates in certain areas. And as tourists, you potentially are a sitting duck for robbery or kidnapping.
However, due to the seemingly never-ending cycle or deaths via mass shootings here in America, it’s becoming increasingly more common for other countries to warn their citizens about the dangers HERE.
As this article points out, America’s “mass shooting” crisis has created a reputation in which authorities are telling people, “Don’t travel to the U.S.”
Cleopatra’s Little Sister vs. The World
Cleopatra’s little sister Arsinoe outwitted her siblings as well as Julius Caesar in a bloody play for the throne of Egypt.
Learn more here