4 tips for window and glass cleaning

Windows are one of the elements that say the most about the cleanliness of our home or office. Many times, as is the case of the premises, they are the first contact with the client, being essential that they are in optimal conditions. Window cleaning can be an annoying task, since if you don’t do…

Christmas and Kings: Deliver your gifts on time without ruining!

It already smells like Christmas and Reyes, which means you have to think about buying gifts for our closest ones and, why not, for our customers. All this leads to thinking also about the timely delivery of all those details that we want to reach people who, due to other people’s circumstances, cannot be at…

Vale Apena Fazer um Curso de E-commerce?

Hoje nós da Mind X vamos explicar aqui se realmente se Vale Apena Fazer um Curso de E-commerce? Eu acredito que a internet é uma ferramenta poderosa e útil para aqueles que querem estudar e aprimorar seus conhecimentos. Portanto, tudo o que você precisa está disponível na web, seja na forma de escrita, áudio, cursos…

Bear Attack Guide: What To Do If Confronted

The thought of lions and tigers and bears may have frightened Dorothy and her friends when they entered the forest, but luckily, you probably don’t have to worry about encountering any lions or tigers when you explore the outdoors. Bears, on the other hand, are a different story. With a wide range and increasing population…

4 State Parks Where Famous Science Fiction Movies Were Filmed

An alien landscape on the big screen: something about it seems familiar and earthbound, yet something informs you that this is an alien world that exists light years away. On the other hand, a lower budget for science fiction movies or TV shows that does not allow for fantastic location shots can make it harder…

Go Here, Not There: State Park Alternatives to Popular National Parks

“Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone?” That Joni Mitchell was onto something, as we sadly found out recently when the government shutdown resulted in the closing of our beloved national parks. While luckily the government didn’t pave paradise or put up a parking lot (and…

Burn, Baby, Burn: Fire and Human Evolution

When one thinks of camping, the first thing that probably comes to mind is a campfire. Campfires keep us warm, they make us feel safe in the dark, and they allow us to cook up hot dogs and s’mores. We almost take fire for granted these days, but there was a time when people didn’t know how…

Five Bike Races in State Parks

Recently the Red Hook Crit came to Brooklyn, kicking off the bike season in an exciting way. A crit (or criterium) is a bike race where urban cyclists and messengers can compete against pros while racing on fixed gear bikes that have no brakes in a closed course. It’s an exhilarating show of street cycling…

Civil War Camping Recipes

Food of the American Civil War was kept simple by necessity. According to Hardee’s Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, individual rations consisted of salt pork or beed, desiccated mixed vegetables, and a kind of tooth shattering biscuit called hardtack. In addition to dealing with few ingredients, Union and Confederate soldiers had little cooking know-how since meal preparation was…

7 Celebrities You’ll Want in Your Camping Party

t’s a (potentially embarrassing) fact: most of the world cares about celebrities. We want to know who they’re dating, where they’re going, who their friends are, what they’re really like when they’re not hanging out on the red carpet, or acting behind a camera, or giving interviews to the press. So, we’re planning an epic…