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50 little habits that super productive people practice every day

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Simple ways for those who want to be more efficient and don't know where to start.


Why good habits are important


Actual productivity lies in getting things done in less time. This is the ability to manage your energy or special projects by it.


Most people overestimate the number of tasks they can accomplish in 8 hours and underestimate how much they can achieve in just one morning. A considerable percentage of what we do every day depends on our habits. And just a few simple changes in the daily routine guarantee the desired result. And much faster than it seems.


What habits should be introduced into your life


1. You can't move forward without a straightforward routine. If you want to get more done, build your productivity engine.


2. Write down everything you want to achieve. Getting Things Done author David Allen said a very true thing: "Our brain is designed to generate ideas, not to store them."


3. Write down the one highest priority and most feasible task daily. For example, getting up at 6 am tomorrow or devoting 30 minutes to filling out a diary.


4. For better focus, remove all distractions before you begin.


5. Smartphone is the primary source of temptation. Whatever you do, put it away. And don't forget to turn off notifications or sound.


6. Make fewer decisions before starting vital and valuable work. This is how you save your cognitive energy.


7. Our brain is active in the morning. Use this time for complex mental work. Make it a rule to sort out the most difficult tasks before noon.



8. Highlight a few personal life hacks and tricks that help speed up progress. Use them every day.


9. Don't wait for motivation to get started. Consistently turn on your productivity engine to achieve results.


10. Resting the mind and body is no less important than getting things done. Make time for breaks intentionally.


11. Drink a glass of water at the beginning of the day. Can dehydration cause headaches? / Harvard Health Publishing headaches and reduce. Ada. Cognitive performance and dehydration / Journal of the American College of Nutrition


12. Time management doesn't always work. Instead of time, try to distribute energy: do the most challenging work when you are most active.



13. Every evening, prioritizes the next day's tasks.


14. Make a list of all your usual distractions and determine how each of these factors affects your work. Try to avoid them, at least during essential things.


15. No matter how busy you are, carefully compose the menu. Eat nutritious and healthy foods like fish, nuts, and vegetables to improve brain function.


16. Don't make decisions in the morning. It is better to take care of priority and complex tasks at this time.


17. Take inventory of tasks every day. Get rid of the unnecessary and focus on the essentials.


18. Try to follow the advice of the American entrepreneur Jessica Jackley: "Determining what not to do is just as important as deciding what is worth doing."



19. To succeed, you need not only morning but also an evening routine. Plan your morning hours in the previous day's evening and complete essential tasks immediately after waking up.


20. Limit the number of tasks to five per day and focus on completing them.


21. Break the 8-hour day into less than an hour-long segments for deep work. This will help you stay focused.


22. Respect your daily productivity the same way you respect your goals. Success lies in what you do every day.


23. Experiment with productivity systems like Getting Things Done, Pomodoro, and more. Combine them to find what works for you.


24. Create your productivity system, don't follow fashion gurus.



25. Break each task into small blocks so you can complete it in small sprints.


26. Use Dale Carnegie's life hack: “Do the hard work first. Easy tasks will solve themselves.


27. To minimize procrastination, eliminate distractions, such as talking to colleagues or unnecessary meetings.


28. Use breaks to improve your skills. Listen to an educational podcast or read a few pages of a book while you wait in line or rush to work.


29. If you work in an open space, such as a large office or coffee shop, invest in good noise canceling headphones to block out distracting sounds and help you concentrate.


30. Note and write down everything that steals your time.


31. Replace "perfect" with "good enough." Instead of waiting for the perfect result, focus on daily progress. One action at a time is what progress is all about.



32. If you often stop vital work to do something unimportant, start adding urgent but unimportant tasks to your schedule.


33. Set aside time for introspection every evening. How your thoughts are formed will help you understand what is already working and what can be improved.


34. Email is one of the biggest time thieves. You will constantly react to what others want if you don't deal with it. Set aside some time for parsing incoming messages.


35. Actively choose where to spend your time. Be mindful of what you pay attention to. Learn not to take on tasks right away.


36. Monotasking works. Moreover, this is the only way to quickly do everything.


37. Don't do tasks randomly - combine similar ones. This will help not interrupt the workflow.



38. Set aside time to switch off at the end of the day. This will allow you to reboot and work better tomorrow.


39. Turn lonely hours into a productive habit.


40. Make time for important side projects. They will help to distract from the usual routine and give a sense of fulfillment.


41. Implement a special routine for the end of the day. For example, write down tasks for tomorrow, reflect on accomplishments, or prepare for new projects.


42. If you spend a lot of time at the computer, use the 20-20-20 rule. After every 20 minutes of operation, look at any object that is 20 cm away from you for 20 seconds.



43. Measure daily progress. Record how close you are to your main goal and what habits are better to eliminate. Optimize everything that can be optimized.


44. Apply the vision of productivity expert David Allen: “If you take enough of the right steps, everything will turn out the way you wanted, or close enough to this picture that you can consider the task completed.”


45. Make lifelong learning a habit. This is the only way to find and use the best routines and rituals to get things done.


46. ​​Include workouts in your routine, even the short ones. They will help your brain work better and fill you with energy.



47. Walk every day. Even a 20-minute walk has a beneficial effect on consciousness.


48. Stop thinking and start doing. Bruce Lee said, "If you spend too much time thinking about a task, you will never complete it."


49. Organize your workspace in a way that is comfortable for you. You are much more productive when you work in silence, or you need music - experiment and find your own.


50. Learn to have a good rest. Productivity depends on this more than it seems. You will get things done much better and faster if your mind and body work together.


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Worrying about your health and a prosperous old age with a minimum of pills and trips to clinics and hospitals is one of the most critical intellectual investments that can only be made to a person throughout his life. And it's never too early to start here, but in some cases, it's already too late; however, as they say, better late than never.


About nutrition, sports, aging, and more


And it's good that people in recent years are more and more often asking the right questions about a healthy lifestyle and the health problems they face, and do not want them to break them. With modern medicine, most of these difficulties are entirely solvable or at least allow you to extend life in those cases in which 30-40 years ago there would have been no chance. And do not forget about sports and a healthy lifestyle. This is the BASIS for a happy life and old age for any person!


So, we've rounded up some actionable solutions to the real problems that plague the minds of those over 50. It's time to answer some of them.


Self-care, proper nutrition, a healthy lifestyle



1. I'm in my 50s, but to be honest, I still feel young. At what age should you start taking your health seriously?


Right now would be a good start. If you didn't get tested last year, start there. Get your blood pressure, glucose, and cholesterol levels checked and get checked out.


2. I heard doctors don't worry about high cholesterol anymore. Is this true?


No. High cholesterol levels, especially LDL, or "bad" cholesterol, continue to be a marker for increased risk of heart disease. And preliminary results from a 2022 study of more than 750 older adults found a link between high cholesterol and an increased risk of dementia.


3. Do all these “healthy lifestyles” really help me live longer? My uncle ate bacon every morning and lived to be 87 years old.


It's not just about how long you live; it's about how well you live. A 2019 BMJ (British Medical Journal ) study of more than 110,000 people since the 1980s found that those who followed a healthy lifestyle, such as controlling their weight, exercising, and not smoking, lived disease-free much longer after passing the milestone of 50 years (plus 30 years or more) than people who did not adopt these habits (plus 23 years).


4. What is the best diet? Is it keto? Paleo?


Healthy Eating Rule Number One: No fancy diets, weird food plans, just common sense. A recent analysis of a 1995 study found that those who ate more fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and less red and processed meats, sugar-sweetened beverages, and sodium slowed their aging at the cellular level.


“Foods like sugar and highly processed flour can cause inflammation in your body and are usually also high in calories,” explains registered dietitian Marianne Walsh.


5. I heard that cutting calories is linked to longevity. Does this mean that I should fast?


Numerous studies have shown that long-term calorie restriction can reduce metabolic function and slow cellular aging in rats! Human trials have been limited.


A 2019 study in The Lancet found that people who reduced their calorie intake by 12 percent had lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, increased insulin sensitivity, and were less likely to have inflammation.


True, the two-year study included only 238 people, and the oldest of them was 50. In addition, calorie-restricted diets can cause muscle loss, leading to weight gain and other unhealthy consequences.


The best solution: don't starve or go on extreme diets; try to eliminate the unnecessary calories you usually consume and switch to healthier foods, especially fruits and vegetables. A good starting point is to cut back on snacking out of boredom, anxiety, or habit. Instead, warm up or go for a walk.



6. I know what I should eat, but how can I continue to eat what I like?


In most cases, you can eat whatever you want. You don't have to eat as much as you want. You should also include fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, whole grains, and fish in your diet to reduce inflammation and control calories.


7. Skipping breakfast is the new diet trend. Is it good for me?


Bad idea. Breakfast is essential for several reasons, one of the main ones being fiber intake. A 2021 Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine study found that those who eat breakfast and eat more than 25 grams of fiber daily have a 21 percent lower risk of dying from various causes than those who skip breakfast.


And a meta-analysis of studies has shown that with each new day of the week when you skip breakfast, the risk of developing diabetes increases.


8. Do I need all these prescription drugs?


One in five adults aged 40 and over takes at least five prescriptions in the US. The risk comes when you have multiple prescribers, and there's no direct connection between them, says Amy Taggart Blashchik, director of geriatrics at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy.


Keep a written list of all prescription and over-the-counter drugs and supplements you take, including frequency and dosage. Review this list with each of your primary care physicians.


9. How can I eat a healthy diet on a tight budget?


Frozen fish and vegetables are generally cheaper than fresh, come in handy portion packs (no more throwing away half-full containers of spoiled spinach), and keep for weeks.


10. I have mountains of various vitamins in my locker. Isn't that enough?


No. Research has shown again and again that pills work differently from food. Example: A 2019 study of over 30,000 adults found that healthy levels of vitamins A and K, as well as the minerals magnesium and zinc, may be associated with a lower risk of death, but only from food, not pills.


Scientists don't fully understand why, but it may have some connection to how food's nutrients interact.


11. Do you mean that vitamin pills are useless?


For a man over 50? There is a strong possibility of this, with one exception: vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency in the elderly is estimated at around 20 to 100 percent. Sunlight and food are not enough for many people to reach the recommended minimum of 600 IU daily, so ask your doctor if a vitamin D3 supplement might be good for you.


12. What about my fish oil tablets? I have read that they cannot prevent heart attacks. Truth?


Unexplained fact. A 2020 JAMA study of more than 13,000 people at high risk for heart disease (mean age: 63 years) compared groups taking a regular omega-3 formulation with a placebo and found no benefit from fish oil.


However, other studies, including a 2019 analysis of over 127,000 people, found that taking omega-3 supplements derived from fish oil reduced the risk of heart attacks and death from heart disease.


Bottom line: Eat more fish and omega-3-rich foods like nuts and seeds, but it's also okay to talk to your doctor about omega-3 supplements.



13. Is there any secret to getting quality medical care?


Find good doctors whose results you like or your friends are satisfied with, and let them work with you for as long as possible (ideally for life).


Continuity of care is associated with fewer ER calls, better treatment adherence, and longer life expectancy.


Fitness: maintaining health


14. OK - more healthy food, a good doctor, and watch your pills. What other lifestyle change can I make today that will help the most?


Come out for a walk. A sedentary lifestyle with low overall physical activity increases the risk of premature death as much as smoking, high blood pressure, and heart disease. An analysis of studies of people aged 54 to 65 showed that watching TV for more than four hours a day can increase the likelihood of blood clots in the thigh and lower leg by 35 percent.


15. All I need to exercise is a long walk.


Yes and no. Research has shown that moderate activity like walking has enormous health benefits, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week. A little over 20 minutes of brisk walking daily will help you achieve your desired result.


“Doing the same activities every day over time has its benefits, but there may be more benefits to doing the same,” said Jordan Metzl, MD, a sports medicine specialist at the New York City Hospital for Special Surgery. “Performing various activities, especially as you get older, will challenge your body, lead to better fitness and health benefits, and help you avoid injury.”


He recommends alternating weight training, swimming or cycling, and yoga.


16. I wouldn't say I like gyms, loud music, and sweaty people. What else can I do to stay mobile?


Play tennis or any other agile (but not very traumatic) sport. “Mobility is the lower body, and the entire lower body is interconnected,” Metzl says. Unlike running or cycling, tennis moves you in all directions by exercising your hips, glutes, and legs from different angles. Basketball is another option. Also, make a few multidirectional lunges (forward, side to side, and back) first thing in the morning.


17. Is there a 100% non-sweatshop way to improve your health?


Floss your teeth every day. According to the 2019 Global Burden of Disease study, untreated oral diseases led people aged 50 to 74 worldwide to live 8 million years of life “with a disability” in 2019.



18. What is a decent fitness goal for people in their 50s?


If you dream of running a marathon, that's great. But among those big goals, there's a more straightforward goal, Metzl says: “Start exercising and don't stop. Lay the foundation and keep building for the next 30 years. Then you can set more specific goals.”


19. I go in for sports but have not lost weight. It seems pointless


Weight loss occurs primarily through eating healthier foods and fewer unhealthy calories. The sports medicine specialist explains that exercise significantly reduces the risk of age-related health problems, from bone loss to heart disease and back pain.


Aging: looking after your appearance


24. What is a "healthy" sex drive for a man over 50?


If your current sex drive makes you happy, it's okay anyway, notes gynecologist-oncologist Elizabeth Poynor, MD. If it's low and upsetting, it's time to find the root cause of your low libido and fix it.


“Not everyone needs to have a lot of sex to be healthy and happy,” adds Poynor. "It's very individual."


25. I wouldn't say I like getting older. What is wrong with me?


How old do you feel? Research shows that feeling younger than your biological age is excellent and is associated with better mental and physical health, cognition, and life satisfaction.


A 10-year study of almost 3,600 people found that those who started with higher subjective age and depression experienced more health problems later. If you are depressed and “feel” older most of the time, seek professional help.


26. What can I do about the stress in my life?


Rethink your response to daily challenges. A 2020 study found that people experiencing "unbearable" stress lost almost three years of life expectancy. Always remember that stress is not a demanding boss; it is your reaction to stimuli.


You have two options: eliminate the source of stress, or learn how to respond to it more healthily.



27. I try to "stay young" in how I live and think. Is this real?


People in their 50s and 70s in many parts of the world are now “the first cohorts to grow up with better educations, better health care, and different lifestyles,” Diehl says. This has resulted in older people looking and acting much younger than people of their age in previous generations.


28. I'm thinking about a surgical "refresh," but is cosmetic surgery safe?


In the US, 2.3 million procedures of this kind were performed in 2020, and surveys show that about 90 percent of patients are satisfied with their results and, in general, cosmetic surgery is safe. A study of over 26,000 cosmetic procedures found that only about 1% of patients experienced complications within 48 hours of surgery.


29. My husband refuses to talk about his health or go to the doctor. Is he hiding something?


According to a Cleveland Clinic survey, half of the men say they don't talk about their health. “Not knowing there is a problem may be preferable to the discomfort of realizing there is,” says Harvard clinical psychologist Natalie Christine Dattilo.


Forget about feelings of guilt and requests; you will only cause resentment on the part of the man. Try to radiate a calm, supportive, and loving atmosphere. Be a good role model, and you might be able to get through to him.


30. How can I eliminate this chronic fatigue I picked up during the pandemic?


Eat nutritious food. Drink plenty of water. And get exercise—the daily movement of your body builds the physical and emotional resilience you need to get through chronic fatigue.


31. I had COVID last winter and still feel out of sorts. Is it a post-covid syndrome?


Evidence suggests that more than half of COVID-19 survivors end their illness experience with acute post-COVID syndrome. It is characterized by long-term breathing problems, brain fog, headaches, and joint pain. Studies show that the virus can persist in the heart, brain, and cerebrospinal fluid for months after clearing the initial infection. If you have persistent health problems after COVID, see your doctor.


32. I don't feel as cheerful at work as I used to. What can I do?


Consider different ways to revitalize your career. This could mean a move to a new division, a promotion, or a move to another field altogether. Upgrading your skillset can also organically increase your energy levels and engagement at work.



33. How can I avoid becoming a nightmare for my children?


"Tell them, 'My passwords are here, here's my financial situation, these are the medications I'm taking,'" explains certified care manager Amy Cameron O'Rourke. Make these questions part of your annual family gathering because what you want at 55 may change when you turn 75.”


34. My loved one and I broke up because our values ​​don't match. How to do a reboot?


According to a survey conducted by Cornell University sociologist Carl Palmer, about 27 percent of American adults are divorced. Regardless of what caused your breakup, seek to rekindle the relationship by reaching out your hand and saying, "My relationship with you is more important than the topic we disagreed about." Overcoming a family feud will do more than resurrect your relationship—it can make you healthier.


Health: disease resistance


35. I have hypertension. Are blood pressure cuffs worth the money?


Yes. A 10-year study in 2021 involving 11,502 people aged 45 to 60 found that those with the lowest cumulative systolic BP scores lived 4.1 years longer, and those with heart diseases were pushed back by 5.4 years. Blood pressure measurement will remind you and show you what to do to keep it within the normal range.


36. What is the first sign of heart disease?


There are many factors, such as sudden fatigue, trouble sleeping, shortness of breath, indigestion, and chest pain, says Suzanne Steinbaum, an osteopathic cardiologist. Pay special attention if the last three symptoms occur during your activity and if they disappear during rest.


37. I like to have a glass of wine in the evening. A little wine is good for my heart.


Probably no. The American Heart Association does not recommend the consumption of alcohol in any form to improve health. Research is starting to coalesce around the idea that light to moderate drinking may not help prevent heart disease — so much so that the World Heart Federation stated in 2022 that “no level of alcohol is safe” for your heart health.


38. Is it possible to be healthy while leading an idle and relaxed lifestyle?


It all depends on the intensity of this idle lifestyle. Relaxing from time to time is possible, but the frequency of entertainment and its focus is the question. If this is due to alcohol and spending nights in clubs, you should not be surprised that health will say, sooner or later: "Hello."


39. Sometimes, I smoke a cigarette. Does it matter?


Yes. A review of 141 studies found that people who smoke just one cigarette a day have half the risk of cardiovascular disease as people who smoke 20 cigarettes.


40. Does "pre-diabetes" mean that you will get diabetes?


There are no guarantees, but there is plenty of evidence that lifestyle changes now (with prediabetes) can dramatically change the direction your health is headed. For example, preliminary results from a 2022 study of more than 8,700 people showed a strong association between cardiorespiratory fitness and improved health in the early symptoms of type 2 diabetes: the higher the fitness level, the lower the incidence of type 2 diabetes.



41. What is an easy and low-tech way to measure your health?


Waist-to-height ratio. Aim for a waist circumference less than half of your height.


42. How worried should I be about cancer in my 50s?


The median age at which cancer is diagnosed is 66, meaning that half of all cases occur in younger people. During these years, it is essential to pay attention to cervical cancer (average age of diagnosis: 50 years) and breast cancer (average age of diagnosis: 63 years).


43. So, should I get screened regularly for cancer in my family?


The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening for several types of cancer, including breast, cervical, colorectal, and lung cancers. There is evidence that screening tests can detect these cancers early and affect treatment and survival.


44. What about prostate cancer? Should I have a PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test?


Yes. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, other than skin cancer, and affects men under the age of 65 in 40 percent of cases. However, nearly 99 percent of prostate cancers are treatable if caught early. And don't panic if your PSA is elevated. According to the National Institutes of Health, most men with elevated PSA levels do not have cancer, and only 25% of prostate biopsies show cancer.


45. My mother completely lost her sight before she died. How to protect your eyes?


See an ophthalmologist for an eye exam every year, says Kenneth Dickerson, Ph.D. of the Flaum Eye Institute at the University of Rochester. Most eye diseases, such as macular degeneration, imperceptibly steal vision; a person does not immediately go blind. Without seeing a doctor, you won't know you have a disease until it's in its final stages.


46. ​​Speaking of feelings, what can I do about tinnitus?


Alas, there is no 100% cure for this disease. However, ask your doctor about neuromodulation, in which the device simultaneously delivers electrical stimulation to the tongue and auditory signals to both ears. A 2020 study found that this therapy reduced tinnitus symptoms over 12 weeks.


Brain power: keep the mind sharp


47. What can I do first to prevent dementia?


Go to bed by 22:00.


“The earlier you go to bed, the more NREM sleep you will have,” says Sarah Mednick, professor of cognitive science at the University of California, Irvine, and author of The Power of Consciousness.


Slow-wave sleep improves brain health by clearing toxins and other dementia-causing buildup and developing connections between brain regions to create stronger memories.


This phase also keeps the circadian clock in check and stops around 1 am, so you must go to bed early to maximize your stay.


In other words, you can't close your eyes at midnight and expect three hours of healthy memory-protecting sleep.

The majority of respondents aged 50 to 79 said they were afraid of losing their mental or physical abilities, becoming a burden on their families, and giving up their independence. As one participant wrote about Alzheimer's, "I'm scared to think that I might lose myself."


48. I try to go to bed earlier, but I have noticed that I sleep less now that I am over 50. Is this fine?


Yes, it's completely normal. At age 20, you need eight to nine hours of sleep each night. Older people need about an hour less, notes Nalaka Guneratne, MD, a sleep medicine physician and geriatrician at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.


49. About that wine at night: it's still good for my brain.


No, it's not. A study of more than 25,000 people in the UK found that alcohol consumption hurt brain size and structure and that those who were heavy drinkers or overweight with high blood pressure were more susceptible to it. The key finding of the study: “No safe dose of alcohol for the brain has been found.”


50. What else can I do to protect my brain?


There is no miracle pill for brain health, although one of the most important things you can do is maintain a stable weight. A 2021 meta-analysis of data found that being significantly overweight increases the risk of developing dementia. Surprisingly, being underweight was also a risk factor. In addition, exercise is also essential to reduce risk.


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When you are just on the path to a new relationship or at the very beginning of one, it is essential to get to know your current/potential love partner as best as possible. After all, if you are serious and want to continue, and ideally go hand in hand all your life, it is essential to get to know your heart friend as best as possible: what he loves, what he does not accept, whether his worldview suits you and even whether you are suitable in terms of intimacy ... After all, many, blinded by the initial passion, bask in the rays of their feelings, not thinking about what's next ... And then there may be a dead end ... Or, on the contrary, a happy life with a person who is close in spirit.


How to get to know your new love better and reveal his inner world


Bemorepanda is ready to help you try to find out if you are compatible with the object of your passion. To do this, we have compiled a list of questions on various topics that you can ask on occasion. And there you can see whether this person is yours, whether he is worth your attention or if it is better not to waste time and spiritual resources on him.


Indiscreet questions


1. What turns you on the most?


2. What is your favorite sex position?


3. How do you feel about one night stand?


4. What are your biggest flaws?


5. What is the maximum number of times you have had sex in a 24 hour period?


6. Where is the hottest place you have had sex?


7. How do you feel about the CCP (the CCP is a public display of love that does not include sex and caresses, but only hugs, light kisses, holding hands, and other forms of subtle touching)?


8. Have you ever had sex in public?


9. How old were you when you lost your virginity?


10. What was your first time like?


11. What is your favorite kind of porn?


12. What is your favorite sex toy?


13. Do you have sexual fantasies?


Deep questions


14. What do you miss from your childhood?


15. What do you like most about yourself?


16. What do you regret most in life?


17. What makes you happiest?


18. What would you say to your 15-year-old self?


19. What infuriates you about others?


20. How is your relationship with your parents?


21. Are you a believer?


22. What is the purpose of your life?


23. What's the worst thing about dating today?


Flirtatious questions


24. When was your first kiss?


25. What was your first impression of me?


26. What will we do on our next date?


27. Do you like it when someone else makes the first move?


28. What do you find sexy?


29. Do you like to cuddle?


30. If you have a one night stand, do you prefer to stay the night or leave?


31. Do I make you nervous?


32. What is your best pickup line (dating for the purpose of seduction)?


33. What do you wear to bed?


Serious questions


34. What can ruin a relationship for you?


35. Do you want children?


36. What is the latest news you have read?


37. What are your favorite qualities in a friend?


38. What was your hardest breakup?


39. What is the #1 goal you still want to achieve in life?


40. What are you most proud of?


41. What are your views on marriage?


42. What are you most afraid of?


43. Have you ever cheated on your significant other?


44. Have you ever been cheated on?


45. What red flags do you have in a relationship?


Funny questions


46. ​​What is your best joke?


47. If you were a cookie, which one would you be?


48. If you were / - an animal, what kind?


49. What is your biggest regret in fashion?


50. How would you prepare for a zombie apocalypse?


51. What superpower would you like to have?


52. What was your first email address?


53. What is the weirdest fun fact you know?


54. If you could do something right now without judgment, what would it be?


Questions to ask your crush to find out if he/she likes you


55. What are your favorite qualities in a partner?


56. What is your love language?


57. Am I your type?


58. Have you told your friends about me?


59. How do you feel about a serious relationship?


60. Would you change anything about how we met?


61. Would you like to have some coffee sometime?


Romantic questions


62. What is your ideal date?


63. What do you like in a relationship?


64. Do you fall in love easily?


65. Do you believe in kindred spirits?


66. What do you like most about yourself?


67. What would you like to change in your next relationship?


68. What is the most romantic thing you have ever done for someone?


69. What is the most romantic thing someone has done for you?


70. Do you believe in monogamy?


71. What do you think we have in common?


Questions to ask during a chat


72. What was your favorite lesson in elementary school?


73. What was the last concert you attended?


74. What is your earliest memory?


75. What is your favorite city you have ever been to?


76. What was your most vivid dream?


77. Where do you want to go on your next vacation?


78. What TV show or movie could you watch forever?


79. Who is your favorite celebrity?


80. What's the best advice you've ever received?


Juicy questions


81. Have you ever been in love?


82. Have you ever broken someone's heart?


83. What is your most memorable kiss?


84. Is there anything you refuse to compromise on?


85. Who will you scroll through automatically?


86. Are you a good kisser?


87. What was the worst date you have ever gone on?


88. What is your favorite body part of a romantic partner?


89. What scares you in a relationship?


90. Do you miss any of your exes?


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Ready to test yourself with 55 questions? If so, scroll down below, and let's get started!


Questions will always be accompanied by an answer, which you will see below. But don't peek!


Mathematical tasks for intelligence (with answers)



1. What number will you get if you multiply all the numbers on the phone's numeric keypad?



Zero because any number multiplied by 0 will always be zero.


2. Where can you add 2 to 11 and get 1?



On the clock.


3. The duck got $9, the spider got $36, and the bee got $27. Based on this information, how much money will the cat be given?



$18 ($4.50 per paw).


4. When Josh was 8 years old, his brother was half his age. Now that Josh is 14, how old is his brother?



His brother is 10 years old. Half of 8 is 4, so Josh's brother is 4 years younger. When Josh is 14, his brother is still 4 years younger, so he is 10.


5. When my father was 31, I was 8. Now he is twice my age. How old am I?



The age difference is 23 years, so the son must be 23 if the father was twice as old.


6. How many sides does a circle have?



Two - inside and outside.



7. What is heavier - a kilogram of iron or a kilogram of down?



Their weight is the same.


8. What is the most common digit between numbers from 1 to 1000 inclusive?

Hint: look for a pattern!



The most common number is 1! Do you understand why? Each number from 1 to 9 occurs exactly the same number of times in every ten numbers. But since the number 1000 was included, the number 1 appears one more time in the number series.


So, in total, the number 1 occurs 301 times, while all other numbers occur in the series 300 times.


9. How many bricks does it take to build a brick building?



Only one is the last one.


10. A bat and a ball cost $1.10. The bat costs one dollar more than the ball. How much is the ball worth?



5 cents.


If the ball really cost 10 cents, then a bat that costs $1 more than it would cost $1 + 10 cents. This contradicts the conditions of the problem. Let's take a look at the solution. Let's say the price of the ball is X. The bat costs $1 more, X + 1. The equation is: X + (X + 1) = 1.1 because the bat and ball together cost $1.1. We solve the equation:


2X + 1 = 1.1;


2X = 1.1 - 1;




X = 0.05.


So the ball costs 5 cents and the bat costs $1.05.



11. Can you arrange four nines to make 100?



99+9/9 = 100.


12. When John was six years old, he drove a nail into his favorite tree to mark his height. Ten years later, at the age of sixteen, John returned to see how much taller the nail was. If a tree grew five centimeters every year, how much taller would a nail be?



The nail will be at the same height as the trees grow from the top.


13. When Mitch was 6 years old, his younger sister Lila was six months old. If Mitch is 40 today, how old is Lila?



She is 37 years old.


14. You are given 3 positive numbers. You can add these numbers and multiply them together. The result you get will be the same in both cases. What numbers?



1, 2 and 3




Both addition and multiplication give the same result.


15. The day before yesterday I was 21, and next year I will be 24. What day is my birthday?



If today is January 1st, then your birthday is December 31st. The day before yesterday (December 30) you were still 21 years old, yesterday (December 31) you turned 22 years old, this year you will be 23 years old, and next year - 24 years old.


16. Add me to you and multiply by 4. Divide me by 8 and you will have me again. What number am I?



Any number.



17. How did a football fan know before a game that the score would be 0-0?



Before the game the score is always 0:0.


18. If you multiply this number by any other number, the answer will always be the same. What is this number?





19. What is the next number in the row? 7645, 5764, 4576, …



6457 because the last digit is moved forward to get the next number in the series.


20. What can be put between 7 and 8 so that the result is more than seven, but less than eight?



It's 7.8. It is greater than 7 but less than 8.


21. If two is a company and three is a crowd, what are four and five?





22. More than an hour, less than a minute



1 second.


23. Old Granny Adams left half of her money to her granddaughter and half of that amount to her grandson. She left a sixth to her brother and the remainder, $1,000, to a dog shelter. How much did she leave?



The trick is to focus not on hypothetical amounts but on fractions: Adding half, a quarter and one sixth tells us that the sum is a fraction of twelve (2+4+6=12). You can also think of this as 6/12, 3/12, 2/12, which equals 11/12. If the balance is $1,000, it should be one twelfth, so the total is $12,000.



24. You know that 2 + 2 equals 2x2. Now find a set of three distinct integers whose sum is equal to their sum when multiplied



The three distinct integers whose sum when multiplied equals their sum are 1, 2 and 3.


25. What number will decrease by 12 units if you write it down and turn the sheet upside down?



Answer 86. If you turn the sheet with this number over, you get 98, which is 12 more than 86.


26. If it were now two hours later, then there would be half as much time left until midnight as if it were now an hour later. What time is it now?



21:00. 9 pm.


27. A woman walks down the street at night at a constant pace. As she passes a street lamp, she notices that her shadow is getting longer. Does the top of her shadow move faster, slower, or the same way when the shadow is longer than when it's shorter?



This point maintains a constant speed, independent of the length of the shadow.


28. The builder has 8 bricks. Seven of them weigh the same, and one is slightly heavier. How can he, using the scales, find a heavier brick in two weighings?



Let's divide the bricks into 2 groups: the first group - 6 bricks, the second group - 2 bricks. On each scale we put 3 bricks from the first group. There are two options after weighing:


Outweigh one of the scales.

The scales will keep the balance.

In the first case, we put one brick from a heavier group on each scale. If the scales maintain balance, then the defective brick is the third brick from this group, if one of the bowls outweighs, the defective brick is on this bowl.


In the second case, we put one brick from the second group on each scale. Outweigh the bowl on which the defective brick is located.



29. Two boys played checkers for 2 hours. How long did each boy play?



2 hours.


30. A man dies of old age on his 25th birthday. How is this possible?



He was born on February 29th.


31. If you are 80 centimeters from the door and with each step you move half the distance to the door, how many moves will it take to get to the door?



You will never reach the door, because it will always be half the distance, no matter how small it is.


32. If one bee sits on each flower, then one bee will remain without a flower, and if 2 bees sit on each flower, then one flower will remain without a bee. How many flowers and bees?



4 bees and 3 flowers.


33. If you go to the cinema and take your friends with you, is it cheaper to take one friend to the cinema twice or two friends to the cinema at the same time?



It's cheaper to take two friends at the same time.


34. Which month has 28 days?



In all.


35. What number increases and does not decrease?



Your age.


36. You have 4 apples, you remove 3, how many do you have left?



Three apples.


37. If you buy a rooster and expect to get three eggs every day for breakfast, how many eggs will you have in three weeks?



Not at all, because roosters don't lay eggs.



38. The miller went to the mill and saw 3 cats in each corner. How many legs are on the mill?





39. 6 people built a barn in 9 hours. How long will it take 12 builders to build the same barn?



No way, because it's already built.


40. A farmer has 17 sheep and all but 9 die. How much is left?





41. A train 300 meters long is moving at a speed of 300 meters per minute and must pass through a tunnel 300 meters long. How long will it take the train to pass the tunnel?



Two minutes because the front of the train takes one minute and the rest of the train takes two minutes to go through the entire tunnel.


42. I add five to nine and get two. The answer is correct, but how?



When it is 9 pm, add 5 hours to that and you get 2 pm.


43. In a strange little town there was a strange little stream with strange little fish in a strange little flock. A stranger approached a local fisherman and asked how much his strange fish weighed. The strange man replied: “All the fish in this stream weigh exactly ½ kilogram plus ½ of the fish. Isn't that weird? How many kilograms does the strange little fish weigh?





44. You put three matches on the table and then asked a friend to add two more matches to make eight. How can he do it?



From two matches, make the Roman numeral five and add it to three to get the Roman numeral eight.



45. A girl has as many brothers as sisters, only each brother has half as many brothers as sisters. How many brothers and sisters does this family have?



Four sisters and three brothers.


46. ​​A man is twice as old as his younger sister. He is also half their father's age. In 50 years, the age of the sister will be half the age of their dad. How old is the man now?



He's 50 years old.


47. If seven people meet each other and each shakes hands with each other only once, how many handshakes will there be?



Twenty one.


48. Three doctors said that Bill was their brother. But Bill claims he has no brothers. How many brothers does Bill actually have?



No one. He has three sisters who are doctors by profession.



49. How can you make the following equation correct by drawing only one straight line: 5+5+5 =550. Can you figure it out?



There are two ways to do this:


Draw a line on the first plus sign to turn it into a 4.

Replace the equals symbol with a crossed out equals symbol, which means "not equal".


50. There are 8 benches in the park. Three have been painted.

How many benches are there in the park?





51. Apple - 60 kopecks, banana - 60 kopecks, grapefruit - 60 kopecks. How much is a pear?



120 kopecks, because the price of each fruit is calculated by multiplying the number of vowels by 20.


52. Anna wrote all the numbers from 300 to 400 on a piece of paper. How many times did she write the number 3?



120 times.


53. How many times during the day do the minute and hour hands of a clock form a right angle?



In 1 hour, the hour hand describes an angle of 30 °, and in 1 minute. − angle 0.5°. Minute hand for 1 min. describes an angle of 6°. Since 90 : (6 − 0.5) = 16 (4/11), the minute and hour hands form a right angle for the first time after 16 (4/11) minutes. after both are at 12. Since n × 16 (4/11) = 24 × 60, we get n = 88 (this number includes the angles of 0°, 90°, 180° and 270° formed minute and hour hands).


54. Arrange brackets and mathematical signs so that the equality is true: 9999999 = 100



(99-9):9 + (99-9) = 100;




(99-99)* 999 = 10*0 and a number of other ways.


55. What will always be in front of you and yet you will never see it?



Your future.



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When traveling to different countries, do not forget that the inhabitants of these countries can, and most likely will be, different from you and me and from each other. In other words, the inhabitants of France differ from the inhabitants of Holland (not only in language, but also in culture, habits and, of course, cuisine), and the Icelanders are completely different in their habits, culture and behavior from, say, the Japanese.


Residents of different countries told what tourists should not do at their homes


Therefore, do not be surprised that the locals will advise you at first glance strange things. Just take note - they know better! So here are 20 tips from Reddit users who want to tell you something!


1. Do not litter in nature reserves


Canada is here! Please do not litter in our reserves. — Drifty_Canadian


2. Do not pester with conversations and keep at least one meter of personal space


Finland, if you're wondering: don't talk so damn much. Don't sit close to people.


Maintain at least one meter of personal space. Leave no tip. Don't bargain. Just be quiet. Drink more. — Anomuumitar


3. Don't pet the kangaroo


Australia: Just don't go near and pet a kangaroo in the wild. They will beat the hell out of you! —Tronspecial15


4. Don't go to Temple Bar


Dublin, Ireland: Don't Go to Temple Bar! Tourists always stop to ask for directions... I try to tell them that there are nicer and much less expensive places, but since all the guidebooks tell them that this is a place worth visiting, they don't want to listen to me either. — Gwendilater


5. Don't Annoy the Royal Guard


United Kingdom: Don't feud with Her Majesty's Guard. They have every right to take action if you provoke them. — Snuggle proof


6. Do not get out of the car and do not approach the police when you are stopped


USA: Do not get out of your car or approach a police officer when you are stopped by the police unless you are ordered to. — TheBassMeister


7. Don't drive everywhere!


Iceland: Just because you've watched Top Gear, don't think you can go wherever you want! In fact, this probably applies to most of the countries that Top Gear has visited. — vadlaheidi


8. Don't Go to the Beach Without Sunscreen


Australia: Don't visit our beaches without first applying sunscreen. Wear clothing and polarized sunglasses. We have the highest skin cancer rate in the world due to the strong UV radiation in the summer. Also don't swim with your clothes on - you will drown. — halfcastaussie


9. Don't buy maple syrup at the first stall you see.


Quebec is here, well, Canada: don't buy maple syrup at the first stall you come across, it will be too expensive. Just go to the grocery store and you'll save big. — OneManYordleGang


10. Don't go to favelas (slums)


Brazil: Don't go to favelas (slums), usually not for people who don't live there. Even the worst locals don't go there without someone who knows someone or lives there. I honestly don't understand why so many tourists want to go to the worst part of the country. — theChaos77


11. Be careful when hailing a taxi


Poland: be careful when hailing a taxi at the airport/railway station. Most guys will try to pick off foreigners. — Wu-TangLAN


12. Never get off the bus without looking both ways.


Denmark: Don't get off the bus without looking both ways. Almost all bus stops have a bike path between the sidewalk and the road. This means that if you just get off the bus as soon as you get to your stop, you will be run over by a man on a steel contraption moving at a very dangerous speed. This can be a bloody, expensive, and very embarrassing moment.


The same applies to when you need to get on the bus. Don't just walk up to it and jump: look both ways before crossing the bike lane.


13. Never criticize the BBC or NHS


UK: Never, Never! Don't criticize the BBC or the NHS.


This is ours! We can complain all we want because we pay for it. And we love to complain too. This is our unofficial national sport.


You are just a guest - if you ever need to use the BBC or the NHS, you should not complain about it! — StuHardy


14. Don't discuss your political views with anyone.


USA: Tell someone your political views and they will never treat you the same way whether they agree with you or not. — CarrieDune


15. Don't mention anything German


Netherlands: Please don't say that we are in some way like the Germans. We are not like them. We are not like them at all! We just don't mention anything German!


Also, don't walk on the bike path and don't feed the pigeons! Yes, smoking in public places is okay, but don't do it in crowded places or when children are around. — Maklo_Never_Forget


16. Don't sit in a pub waiting for someone to serve you.


United Kingdom: Don't sit at a pub table and wait for someone to come and take your order.


The reason why? They just won't do it! — Brickie78


17. Don't try to hug people or shake hands.


Japan: stop being stereotyped. Don't mention the war. Don't try to hug/shake people's hands. Keep order!


18. Never kiss in public


India: You can urinate, but you can't kiss in public. — Kamalnathan


19. Don't tip


South Korea: Tipping is acceptable in some restaurants but is generally considered rude and demeaning. — Shinters


20. Don't wear camouflage/military clothing


Barbados: Do not wear camouflage clothing. - apophis-pegasus



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There are many places to travel in the world. Beautiful cities, beautiful places. Diverse cuisine and even more diverse cultures.


Travel destinations in Europe - where there are no crowds of tourists


We at Bemorepanda have collected 36 places and reviews of European destinations on the travel subreddit, where you can find beautiful scenery, exciting culture, and, of course, delicious food... and most importantly - all this without vast crowds of tourists. At a minimum, these places you should read about and expand your historical horizons due to this, albeit online for now.


1. Patmos, Greece


“It's a very small island that's easy to navigate because it's... so small. Almost all beaches are sandy (comfortable, unlike rocky ones). The towns are very nice, with various cocktail bars and cafes where you can enjoy the evening.” —TooManyKittiesInHere


2. Haarlem, Netherlands


“This city is only 15 minutes by train from Amsterdam, but it has a very different vibe. There are beautiful fields of tulips, some great restaurants and cool medieval houses.” — yeesh_kabab


3. San Sebastian, Spain


“This part of Northern Spain, just across the border from France, has some of the best food in Europe. San Sebastian is a gourmet mecca where you can dine on street food or dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant. You can go to restaurants for weeks on end before you run out of new options.” — Thrill_Monster


4. Azores, Portugal


“It amazes me how many people don't know about these islands. It's an absolute dream right in the middle of the Atlantic, surrounded by stunning volcanic landscape and crystal blue lakes." — some_jay


The Azores are Portuguese islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. I spent three weeks there, traveling around the islands, and the city of Furnas on the island of Sao Miguel was just magical.”


5. Assisi, Italy


“No wonder there are so many amazing places to visit in Italy, but this place has become my favorite. It is a small town on top of a hill and it is very beautiful. Everything I met there was incredibly beautiful. There is a big church in the city, so some tourists come here for it, but in general there are much less people than in large cities. However, it boasts that Italian charm that tourists are looking for." — Buzzybuzz11


6. Tallinn, Estonia


“I really didn't expect much when I went to Tallinn. I stopped by while traveling from Helsinki to London, and for good reason. Damn it was beautiful and the people were so friendly. I would go back there for a real vacation again.” — fredzesty


7. Heidelberg, Germany


“It's a beautiful, classic German riverside city surrounded by lush, deep green hills. There are few tourists here, a magnificent center and a stunning castle. You can make your visit to Heidelberg an easy day trip, or you can stay there to look around. Sometimes I really felt like I was walking through a fairy tale village and I can only imagine how stunning it becomes in the winter.” — deleted


8. Lucerne, Switzerland


“On a trip through Europe, stopping in cities like Paris and Munich, my favorite place was Lucerne. I stayed in a small family ski chalet in the Alps, not far from the city. He was heavily influenced by the Italians, French, Germans and British. Different regions have very different feelings, cuisines and cultures, but the whole country boasts breathtaking landscapes.” — madisonntate


9. Armenia


“I strongly recommend leaving the capital. No matter how beautiful Yerevan is, it is nothing compared to the surroundings. The country is not very big, so you can easily get to all these places in an hour and a half driving.” — ProfObladee


10. Segovia, Spain


“While visiting Madrid, I was recommended by some locals to take a day trip to Segovia and I am so glad I did. This is a great town with a very interesting history. The aqueduct is just incredible at sunset. When I think back to my trip to Madrid, Segovia is the first thing I think of." — ohheeverybody


11. Comporta, Portugal


“Many people head straight to the Algarve when looking for a truly Portuguese beach, but Comporta, a sleepy fishing town about an hour from Lisbon, was incredible with all its modest seafood restaurants located right along the beach.” — Hannah Loewentheil


12. Rotterdam, Netherlands


“IMHO, Rotterdam is the best city in the Netherlands. It has architecture, culture, parties, cool bars and great parks. Everything is here.” — Achterhaven


13. Slovenia


“Now everyone is going to Croatia, but I really liked Slovenia. Triglav is very beautiful. I never made it to Ljubljana, but I can't wait to get back." — d_-_-__p


“Tourists go crazy for Lake Bled, but in my opinion, Bohinj in Slovenia is a real gem. It is only 30 minutes away from Bled, so you can see both places in one trip.” — rebekaaab


14. Cahors, France


“Cahors and its surroundings are amazing. There are many bike paths and trails, many small villages and hilltop castles, and one of the oldest bridges in Europe. It's like a scene from a fairy tale, without the crowds of tourists." — jennybrasil


15. Tromsø, Norway


“This is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been, and wonderful people live here. I dream of leaving my job in America and moving there to live. From Tromsø you can take the bus to so many great places...” — johnnyseattle


16. Bulgaria


“Many people don’t realize that Bulgaria is located right above Greece, so the climate and food are somewhat similar. It's cheap to stay, eat and drink here. Plus it's very safe." – coreytrevor


17. Lithuania


“Vilnius is an absolutely amazing capital city. The old town has beautiful historic architecture, and the arts district is fun and quirky. All this is surrounded by really beautiful nature.


In Lithuania, there are many ways to enjoy nature in addition to hiking, such as boating on the Baltic Sea.” — TheLovelyLeda


18. Northern Greece


“I am a historian of ancient times and have spent a lot of time in Greece. The north is overlooked, but there are real treasures there. I especially love Meteora: pictures can't convey how beautiful it is there." — Deirdre_Rose


"Mountain Greece. Almost all foreign tourists think that only the Greek islands are worth visiting, but Greece offers many beautiful mountain villages in the north, where there are excellent hiking trails.” — CowboyKm


19. Girona, Spain


"Barcelona is a fantastic city, but Girona, its neighbor in Catalonia, is a hidden gem that many people don't notice." —dazzlingminion93


20. Toulouse, France


“Toulouse, located near the Spanish border, is my favorite city in France. The food is second to none and the parties there never seem to stop.” — njred


21. Sifnos, Greece


“This is the best choice for a holiday on a Greek island off the beaten track. It is a small picturesque island without the huge crowds you find in Mykonos and Santorini. It has delicious food, great hospitality, culture (the island is famous for its weekly festivals and pottery), interesting sights, beautiful scenery and hiking trails. To be honest, I can't think of anything I don't like about this place." — Girishajin89


22. Scottish Highlands


“Most of the people I know never thought of coming here and it's a real shame for these people. The Scottish Highlands are stunningly beautiful - simply breathtaking. It feels like you're on another planet." — fredzesty


23. Bratislava


“Many people traveling in this part of Europe tend to skip it and go directly to Vienna, Prague and/or Budapest, but I recommend staying in Bratislava for a day or two. It's really cheap, the old town is cozy, the food is great, and the view from the Castle is amazing." — edwinodesseiron


24. Brussels, Belgium


“I LOVED Brussels. There were waffles on every corner, the best fries you'll ever have in your life, amazing beer and incredible chocolate. This is a hidden gem of Europe!” - Hanks_backyard_deals


25. Albania


“The Albanian Riviera is similar to the Greek islands, but without their price tag and tourists. Plus, you'll have access to national parks for hiking, delicious food, and stunning beaches." — SalamancaVice


26. Istria, Croatia


“Rijeka and the whole region of Istria in Croatia are extremely underestimated. Beautiful beaches with few tourists can be found further south, in Split or Dubrovnik.” — deleted


27. Marseille, France


“Marcel has a bad reputation, but I think he is amazingly handsome. And it has some of the best, freshest seafood I've ever eaten." — willard_price


28. Pienza, Italy


“Pienza is located in Tuscany, but there are far fewer people and tourists than other cities such as Siena, San Gimignano and Florence. It is a small and extremely picturesque town where you can wander around and take in the hilly views. You are sure to stumble upon hidden gems such as family owned trattorias, cheese shops selling local pecorino di Pienza and much, much more.” — Hannah Loewentheil


29. Granada, Spain


“Granada in Spain is absolutely beautiful. Here is the Alhambra, which took second place in the ranking of one of the wonders of the world. Tapas (snack at the bar) is free with every drink and the weather is amazing.” — helenmaryskata


30. Emilia-Romagna, Italy


“Bologna has the largest historical center in Italy, but it is visited by very few people compared to how many tourists come to Venice, Rome or Florence. It is also the gastronomic capital of Italy. There are many students and a very cheerful city, and it is very beautiful.” — Protodeus


31. Zagreb, Croatia


“Zagreb has very few tourists and is a cool, lively and inexpensive city to visit. As a bonus, you can take a bus from Zagreb to visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park. It's seriously one of the most beautiful places I've ever visited." — denalismell


32. Normandy, France


“When people hear about France, they tend to associate it with either Paris or Provence, but there are many other regions that go unnoticed. Normandy in particular has many cathedrals including the famous Mont Saint-Michel, the architecture is also great and worth seeing. It is also a great place for art lovers. For example, there is Monet's house in Giverny, with its beautiful garden, where he painted the iconic series "Water Lilies." — UnrulyCrow


33. Warsaw, Poland


“I fell in love with this city from the very first hour. It is so beautiful, clean and calm, the people are so nice and helpful. It's very picturesque and has such a calming atmosphere. I would move there in an instant." — taylightly


34. Dingle Peninsula, Ireland


“Great views everywhere and Conor Pass is breathtaking. There are many interesting little villages on the Dingle Peninsula. The town of Dingle itself is great and doesn't look touristy." — 18BPL


35. Tampere, Finland


“This medium-sized city inland is built between two lakes. It has a different vibe compared to Helsinki. It is a well developed city but only a stone's throw from nature trails. The best city that many Finns want to move to permanently.” — FinlandAmerica



36. Genoa, Italy


“Genoa is incredible and I don't understand why it's not more popular. Home to the largest medieval city center in Europe, she is the inventor of many popular dishes such as focaccia, farinata and pesto. It has some of the best views in Europe and a rich history. This is one of the most beautiful skylines I have ever seen in the world." — rakuu



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