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Traffic backed up as the seemingly neverending queue of more than 40 ducks just kept coming.
Doing so should be "based on the security circumstances, not your dinner schedule," said Sen. Brian Schatz.
Meet your dream car. It's also your dream flying machine.
But my daily obstacle course is not a fixed set of obstructions; instead, mine are all different sizes and shapes and move
Karen's life changed in February of 2007 when she was driving on the Interstate in Tampa, Florida. Without warning, a drunk
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A cherished right for Oregonians, or an environmental and safety nuisance?
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3. Stay present. Take note of how often your thoughts shift toward the future. Living in the present exercises the orbitofrontal
In mid-December of 2015, I leave New York to go to Istanbul for the holidays. It doesn't take long before I'm sucked into the stress that comes with being a Turkish citizen who's living in Turkey.
Read the original story: Who Says You Need a Car in LA? by Colleen Clark, who is a regular contributor to Jetsetter. Nothing
As I hurried back to my car, I expected the wrath of DMV rush hour commuters (there's no wrath quite like it) to descend upon me in a fury of honks and expletives -- or worse! But to my surprise, there was absolute silence. Every car that passed slowly by rolled down their window to say "thank you", or give a silent thumbs up.
1. Slow down 2. Pay attention 3. Look around 4. Pause 5. Look within 6. Breathe deeply 7. Appreciate 8. Move consciously