Shakib strikes late to even things out on day 2 SA domination continues

by Roger Persaud Recreation and Sports
Shakib strikes late to even things out on Day two Shakib Al Hasan grabbed three wickets late in the day to reduce New Zealand to 260/7 trailing by 29 bringing Bangladesh even with New Zealand on day two of the second test at Christchurch. The visitors rallied to compile 289 all out mainly due to Soumya Sarkar’s 86, Shakib’s 59 and Nuri Hasan’s 47. Sarkar was a bit fortunate in this his best test innings. Playing in his fourth test the 23-year-old ...
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A blast from the past from Yuvraj and Dhoni powers India to thrilling victory

by Roger Persaud Recreation and Sports
A blast from the past from Yuvraj and Dhoni powers India to thrilling victory Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni combined for an amazing 256 run fifth wicket partnership that was the cornerstone of the massive  381 built by the hosts. England led by skipper Eoin Morgan and JJ Roy put up a gallant fight but fell short by fifteen runs in the second ODI in Cuttack. Yuvraj justified his recall with the best of his fourteen ODI centuries, an even 150 scored ...
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Kohli and Jadhav fashion tons to propel India to victory in Pune

by Roger Persaud Recreation and Sports
Kohli and Jadhav tons propel India to victory in run feast at Pune Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav both fashioned spectacular centuries to power India to a three-wicket victory as they audaciously chased the 350 run total posted by England in the first One-Day International at Pune. Batting first the visitors seemed to have things well in control even though they lost Alex Hales when he was runout in the seventh over by JJ Bumrah with the score on 39. JJ Roy and ...
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Do I get bored of the MX-5 trips with the club?

by Davy Melis Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family
Do I get bored of the MX-5 trips with the club? No, I don’t It’s so much fun to go out on a day-trip with those people. It’s almost like going out for a day with your family. What do we do? I’ll tell you. I’m member of the Belgian MX-5 club called MMRC. Every member of the club can organise a day trip. These (most of the time) are quite simple to follow by a road book. The start of the ...
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Freedom To ... Live a Flexible Lifestyle

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Finance, Health and Fitness, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
Wouldn't it be awesome to just up and go at a whim?  To anywhere that takes your fancy, and know, that your lifestyle won't change - incredible!  Now we are not talking about a lock up and go lifestyle, though many aspire to that.  No, no, we are talking about Freedom To ... Live a Flexible Lifestyle.   We are talking about the kind of lifestyle offers the flexibility and freedom for you to go wherever you choose, whenever you decide ...
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Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs in Business

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Finance, Health and Fitness, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs in Business - definitely the way to go!  Everything that a successful Boot Camp requires can only contribute to a successful business, even more so to an Entrereneur run business. Having recently joined a 90 Days Ladies Boot Camp Challenge I have observed a number of very interesting points to note.  The first one is that it takes an entrepreneurial leader to create a successful Boot Camp.  She is welcoming, personable, strong, resilient and well trained, but ...
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Expect to win.

by Efrain Herrera Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
We have all experienced that awful feeling of setting our expectations too high for them to just fall short, or wanted something, an outcome to happen a certain way and at the end it doesn’t happen the way we expected it, leaving us that feeling of disappointment and nearly of embarrassment for having such ‘dumb’ expectations. So, we learn to have more realistic expectations, and we start to become satisfied with whatever happens to ensure our happiness… However, I propose ...
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Freedom To ... Invest In Matters of the Heart

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
What would you do if you had time freedom and financial freedom?  Would you pursue the matters close to your heart?  Would available time and money allow you the Freedom To ... Invest in Matters of the Heart?  Animals, wild life, dancing, writing, art, language, music, sports, babies, the elderly, education, single parents, widows - so many, just so many areas to choose from!  What are you drawn to, what is important to you?   What makes your heart beat?   ...
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Waypoint - To start a new 'way' of life

by Kelly Black Internet and Businesses Online, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
Waypoint - A waypoint is a reference point in physical space used for purposes of navigation, otherwise known as a landmark.     (ref: Wikipedia) It's a funny thing when you get to a point in life when that ‘ol deep gnawing feeling just gets too much.  The feeling of ‘this is not how it’s supposed to be’ simply gets in and grinds you down.   When you’re finding you’re in a pattern of the same thing day in day out. Trying desperately ...
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Musicians Way. Challenges: Potential for Growth. 1.Time management and the Musician.

by Ray Montolio Arts and Entertainment, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Musicians Way.Challenges: Potential for Growth.1.Time management and the Musician. Musicians face many challenges that shape us as individuals and as part of a group. If we truly want to grow in our artistic endeavors. If we are willing to face and accept these challenges as opportunities for growth,we will become better musicians and will have more to offer our fans. We will encounter these growth building situations(challenges) many times over the course of our careers. This can be a very good thing,because as ...
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What is the fun of a MX-5?

by Davy Melis Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family
What is the fun of an MX-5? Many people asked me what is the fun of owning and driving a Mazda MX-5. Let me start with giving you a little tour back in time. It was around spring 2010 that I was talking to a good friend (who owns a gray MX-5 from 1998). He was telling about the club he joined and how they enjoy cruising the country with the top down. He told me that this would also be a ...
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7 Great Places To Take The Family Flying To In The UK

by Louisa Gordon Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family
I recently wrote a blog about the importance of having reasons to go flying so that you keep the momentum up and keep the love of flying alive.  One of the most important aspects is to have somewhere to go, if you have a great destination that the whole family will enjoy, chances are eveyone will have a great time and want to go again. “Build traditions of family vacations and trips and outings. These memories will never be forgotten by your ...
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3 Tips to Keep Your Love Of Flying Light Aircraft Alive -Long Term

by Louisa Gordon Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports
You need to keep the love of flying light aircraft, that original spark, alive! But how? I have been in aviation for 12 years and I always find it so sad when an aircraft owner comes to me to sell their aircraft because they are getting out of flying.  When I was doing my Flying Licence, my Instructor had an interesting saying.  He said everyone needs the 3 P’s to be able to keep their flying motivation up.  Without them, you eventually ...
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Pakistan crumble to defeat in Melbourne SL falls in Port Elizabeth

by Roger Persaud Recreation and Sports
Pakistan crumble to defeat in Melbourne SL falls in Port Elizabeth Despite having the match curtailed by almost 150 overs because of rain or bad light and a superb double century from Azhar Ali. The same team that was ranked number one in tests earlier this year crumbled to an ignominious innings and 18 run defeat on the final day of the Boxing day test match in Melbourne. Pakistan’s indifferent play started when they were fielding. The bowling became inconsistent and the ...
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3 safety tips for work and play this summer

by Anywhere Business Network Limited Andrew Elphick and Kerri Bainbridge Home Based Business, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family
Whether you are working or on holiday this summer there are some basics you need to ensure you cover every day. Here is a reminder to help you stay safe.  For those working outdoors over the summer period: Use high quality and high UPF sun screen- at least 50+ Wear hats with a wide brim and a neck flap if possible Keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water Stay safe over the holiday period by: Driving safely, where ever you are going Practice safe boating when on ...
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Best Spring Break Destinations for Families 2017

by JoAnne Mbonigaba Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Best Spring Break Destinations for Families 2017 Are you like me, getting out and shoveling your steps or driveway again for like the 10th time and it isn't even January yet? Or perhaps you have someone else removing your snow yet are just as surprised and wary that we have already gotten so much snow already. If the amount of snow we have already gotten is any indication of what this winter is going to be like, now is as good a time as ...
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Batsmen and rain big story in Melbourne Boxing day test match

by Roger Persaud Recreation and Sports
Batsmen and rain the big story in Melbourne Boxing Day test match Despite interruptions for rain and dreary morning conditions, the batsmen are prospering. First Pakistan posted 443/9 declared then Australia fashioned a strong reply of 278/2 at the end of the third day of the Boxing Day test match at the MCG in Melbourne. Azhar Ali became the first Pakistan batsman to score two double centuries in a calendar year as he carried his bat with a superb unbeaten 205 decorated ...
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Isagenix Weight Loss Program -Does Isagenix Really Work?

by JoAnne Mbonigaba Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Food and Drink
Isagenix Weight Loss Program -Does Isagenix Really Work? Have you heard about Isagenix and want to understand what exactly it is? Or perhaps you have had a friend of acquaintance experience Isagenix and seen their transformation and you are asking, what exactly is it, how does it work and is it safe and possible for me? What can you expect  If that's the case, in this blog post, I will tackle what the Isagenix Weight Loss Program is, What's in it includes, how and ...
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How to Stop Working So Much and Enjoy Life

by Justice Earth Home Based Business, Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports
If there is ever a good time to figure out how to stop working so much and enjoy life, NOW is the best time! Human beings work entirely way too much. Some putting in anywhere close to 10 to 12 hours per day on average. For the busy worker bees they work an even crazier amount of hours. Clocking in at 6am and getting off around 8 o'clock at night, barely experiencing the sunlight.  Trading time for money is the accepted culture ...
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