We all love shopping and getting new things while our brain releases dopamine - a neurotransmitter that surges when you're considering buying something new. As we anticipate this reward, we feel a rush of excitement every time we’re getting that brand new iPhone or the latest tech gadget. But sometimes we get so consumed with purchasing things online that we forget how great it can also be to physically go into a store.

One of the ways that in-store shopping trumps the online experience is the opportunity of bringing people together and turning buying into a fun social event where two or more people discuss or try out the items they want to get. Moreover, physical shopping promotes exercise and turns it into a more active transaction than just hitting the click button.

You can also avoid those pesky shipping fees that you have to pay to get your item to your front door, and you can immediately discern the quality of an item instead of waiting for it to arrive and then having to return it to get your refund.

This is also healthy for your credit card bills as it prevents you from ordering five different pants with the intention of only keeping one of them. Last but not least, many sales associates work for commission, so by physically going to a store you’re helping someone else make more cash for their work.

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Many cities around the world, especially in Europe, are working towards green and car-free inner cities that go beyond just having pedestrian or bicycle lanes. Parts of Copenhagen and Barcelona are already dedicating parts of their cities to zones without traffic at all. Citizens from these cities have fought for greener environments and safer areas for children and senior citizens by adopting other forms of transportation like velomobiles, bicycles, and skates.

In many parts of the world, inner cities are being radically transformed. For example, Berlin is looking for ways to prevent cars from accessing parts where the majority of people no longer use a car, but have to sacrifice their space to streets full of cars just passing by. One way this is done is by transforming unused shopping centers into apartment buildings with shops in it, so people don’t even have to leave it to get what they need.

Paris is also working on cutting traffic by planting more trees around the center of the city in an effort to cut traffic significantly, while in New York parts of Broadway and near Times Square are already car-free with lots of street cafés.

Moreover, car manufacturers are also developing self-driving shuttles that hope to cut inner city traffic and provide mobility to millions of users.

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In today’s increasingly and interconnected world we are closer than ever to people around the world, and our proficiency in other languages is a vital skill that gives you the opportunity to succeed in the global economy as well as keeping your brain active. Here are some of the main benefits of learning a foreign language:

  • Strengthen decision making: Research shows that decisions made in your second language are more reason-driven than those made in your native language as we distance ourselves from the emotional responses and biases associated with our culture and language.
  • Work out your brain: People who speak more than one language will improve their memory, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Furthermore, as we age, learning a new language helps stave off mental aging and cognitive decline.
  • Visit the world: While monolinguals are able to visit the same places as bilinguals or multilingual people, those who speak the language of that country will be able to navigate more efficiently and connect with its people in a more convenient way.
  • Advance in your career: In today’s market, having more than one language is a significant competitive advantage as it is among the top eight skills required in all occupations. In the last decade, the number of job postings requesting bilingual professionals has more than doubled in the US.

Remember, it is never too late to learn a new skill. Especially with the many apps that can help you learn on the go!

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The current COVID-19 situation makes it hard to travel around the world in the near foreseeable future. If you are looking to get away from home for a few weeks, it will likely be a region in your proximity. While this might seem like a limitation, we encourage you see it as a wonderful possibility. Now you have a chance to explore your own state or region, and we’re giving you some tips to make the best out of that experience!

1) Investigate your nearby areas

Begin by googling about tourist attractions in your area. Most of us never even think about what places tourists visit when they come to our region. Much to people’s surprise, there are countless attractions in not-too-distant areas from your residence. Make a list of things you want to see and pack your car for daily adventures!

2) Meet the locals

Talking to locals is vital for getting the most of your travels. You can get unexpected tips of places to visits or fun activities to participate in.  Engage with the older generations too, that can relate first-hand or interesting historical anecdotes of the region. Get tips from locals on the best places to eat or go out for a drink.

3) Use technology to boost your travel

Thanks to the internet, you can know discover cool spots that would have been forever hidden from you. When you have decided a place or region to visit, be sure to check on Instagram for pictures of that area. You might find there attractions not described in travel books or websites. Find also local Facebook groups for the area and feel free to ask for tips and recommendations for your trip.

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