A Good News and a Thank You

Half an hour ago, while I’m with my grandmother (who suffered a massive stroke two days ago) in the Emergency Room, I saw her eyes open. After a few moments, she began to move her hands slightly. I called the doctors to inform them that my grandmother have regained consciousness. The doctors immediately performed a […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ 3rd Year Blogiversary

To everyone who reads this, I wish you a Happy New Year. Time flies and just like that, Learn Fun Facts is now three years old. This blog is still a baby compared with other blogs. But I think that it’s something for a blog to reach three years. 2019 is the most uneventful year […]

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6 Health Myths Debunked

This is a guest post by John Hannen. Throughout time there has many myths and old wives’ tales. In childhood, we were often led to believe that we wouldn’t get curly hair if we didn’t eat our bread crusts or walking under a ladder would give us bad luck. However, many myths revolved around our […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Blog Party: Share Your Blog Here, May 2019

    Growing a blog isn’t simple. It takes time, patience, and dedication before others would begin to notice your blog. While I can’t offer you a magic formula that would increase your blog’s popularity overnight, I can at least help you to promote your blog and find new readers. Here’s what you’ll need to […]

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Gleanings from the Past #85

Consonants and Vowels In normal speech there are four times as many consonants as vowels, corresponding to the relation between breathing and blood circulation (eighteen breaths to seventy-two pulsebeats). — Noah Jonathan Jacobs, Naming Day in Eden: The Creation and Recreation of Language, 1958 Natural Vanity Lord Houghton’s vanity is amusingly natural. Something was said […]

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5 Ways to Build Your Credit Without a Credit Card

This is a guest post by Shiv Nanda. Most people have the misconception that putting all the expenses on credit cards is the only way to build credit. Agreed that making timely payments on credit cards is the most common way to prove you’re fiscally responsible, but it’s not the only way. There are other less-risky options […]

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Everything Marketers Need to Know About the Future of Web Development

This is a guest post by Creaa Design. The online marketing arena often emerges as an ambiguous sight regarding the change in trends and most preferable idea for web designing that could keep up great performances for websites. Undeniably, everyone’s continually striving to either maintain or attain the “no.1” preference. Well, with popping up of […]

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Dealing With Bridal Anxiety- Ways to Relieve Stress Before the Big Day

This is a guest post by Caitlin Purvis. How can you relieve stress before the big day? It might seem obvious that the preparation for a wedding could prove rather stressful, considering that it is regarded as one of the biggest days of a person’s life. The extent of these stresses is often underestimated and […]

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