Fantasy fiction has never been my favorite genre of literature. I prefer stories which describe real events or, at least, something that can possibly happen. However, there is one book, a post-apocalyptic novel, which has produced great impression on me, though I can not say that this impression was positive. Still, if you are not afraid to sink into the world of post-apocalyptic delirium and learn what will happen after the end of the world, I recommend you reading this story.
The book is called “The Road” and is written by an American author Cormac McCarthy. The circumstances of the disaster which has destroyed almost everything in the world remain unknown, and, honestly, you will not be interested in them much as the story will capture you from the first pages.
The era of the internet and digital communications has pushed its peak. Today even the youngest children are surrounded by the computers and various gadgets,the elderly people suppose that their golden years are not an obstacle for comprehension different multimedia devices, the business is being led via the internet and the process of education gets remote as well as the process of communication.
Honeymoon is a personal fairy tale for just married which is viewed as a climax of celebration of their love and union. However after return from this romantic trip a lot of girls face a bunch of unexpected problems as well as bad mood or even depression. So, you need to get prepared for what to expect after the end of your honeymoon and minimize negative effects for your relationship.
The fact is, the abundance of pleasant impressions and bright emotions as well as different organization moments is a stressful situation after which you need to restore energy and recollect yourself. Before starting torturing yourself with the thought that you do not like to be married try to have a rest and a sound sleep and after that you will probably find your fate less miserable.
It did not take me long years and a great number of tequila shots to understood one simple axiom – parting is good, hangover is a disaster. However, obeying some obscure law of life they always go together, like coffee and milk, Mickey Mouse and Pluto, roses and spikes…Ok, I guess you got the point. The fact it, I soon discovered that hangover spoils the pleasure of remembering some gorgeous party adventures the next mo4rhning and decided that something should be done with it. Here are some tips which personally I find extremely useful when it comes to the struggle with hangover.