Tiny houses could be the next offices for ‘overstimulated’ remote workers trying to ditch cities—for $400 a night – Fortune

Tiny houses became millennial catnip in the 2010s, a trendy solution for people looking to downsize, live life on the go, or buy a home they could actually afford. But in the 2020s, this mode of alternative living has been reinvented as a get-away for remote workers. 

Enter Find Sanctuary, a startup that offers micro cabins fully equipped with tiny offices and Wi-Fi to serve as off-…….

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30 Experienced Travelers Share What ‘Traveling Tips’ Aren’t Worth It To Even Try – Bored Panda

Don’t drink the tap water. Don’t eat the street food. Don’t carry too much cash. Don’t walk alone at night. Don’t stay too close to the city center. Don’t carry a bag that someone could grab from you. And don’t speak to strangers. 

When it comes to traveling, everyone has their own personal commandments that they would never break. But we’re not all looking for the same…….

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How non-vegetarian food has become controversial in recent times – Firstpost

While some salivate when images or advertisements of fish and chicken are broadcast into our homes, there are few who have a bone to pick with them.

Three Jain religious charitable trusts and a Mumbai resident have filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court, urging a ban on advertisements of non-vegetarian food, terming such promotions as an “utt…….

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Ankita Bhandari murder: Resort’s videography done, says U’khand cop after family questions demolition – India Today

After the family of 19-year-old Ankita Bhandari raised questions over the demolition of the resort where their daughter worked, police said that the videography of the place was done on September 22. Police also said that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) and forensic teams also went to the resort and preserved the evidence.

Ankita’s father questioned the Uttarakhand government over …….

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Windsor snowbird watches Hurricane Ian tear through Florida | CTV News – CTV News Windsor

Most of the year, Joe Di Ponio calls the Windsor area home, but in the winters can usually be reached at his second home in Bonita Springs, FL.

The past day or so has been an anxious time for him as he struggles to reach his friends or neighbours who were down there when Ian tore through the state as a Category 4 hurricane.

“It’s extremely terrifying for people …….

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