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Which Technology Gadgets Are Best For Fitness?

As research has shown over the past couple of decades, the importance of living and fit and healthy lifestyle is the key to improving your quality of life and will certainly ensure that you live a longer life which is something which we all want. One of the ways in which we can help ourselves to lead a healthier lifestyle can be using technology and specifically gadgets designed to improve your fitness and below we look at the some of the best gadgets on the market right now.

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What to Do During a Day Trip in Calgary

When many think of vacations and getting away, they consider driving out of the cities: but Calgary is here to prove that’s not the only way to cut loose!  This historic city, full of the best views and people you can find, sets itself apart from anywhere else in the world.  These are the top reasons anyone would enjoy a day trip here.

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Book Review – Not Invisible: A Memoir

I long for days past when I could spend time at home and just read a book. I do not think I am being hampered by technology — I still read a lot on the phone, but I feel like a physical book needs to be enjoyed like an 80 proof glass of scotch. It has to be nursed.

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How Technology Has Helped the Medical Industry

Improved patient care and treatment

The reality is that medicine hasn’t always been the kindest to patients in the past, and this is especially true in the psychiatric units. History has shown us a need for renovation and it has finally started to take hold with improved patient consideration and advanced treatments that are thoroughly tested to be safe. 

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I got to taste a whisky with less than 50 bottles for the Philippines

We are one year into the pandemic lockdown and although this was purely coincidental, I celebrated staying home (as usual) with an online tasting event with Highland Park’s latest bottle that made it to the Philippines, the Triskelion. This is a limited bottle release with less than 50 bottles left for the local market. 

Historically, the triskelion is a Celtic symbol  that literally means “three legs” derived from Ancient Greek. Through the years, the symbol has been adopted by many modern organizations but the classic meaning has always been associated with symmetry, progress and inspiration. Highland Park’s Triskelion is named such to fondly commemorate the three master distillers involved in this project, Max MacFarlane, Gordon Motion, and John Ramsay. The three master blenders from Highland Park and Edrington (the parent company of Highland Park, Macallan and Glenrothes) represent the past and present of the company with MacFarlane having worked with the distillery for the past 44 years and has recently retired.