Ocean not only has a stellar career of his own, but he’s penned songs for many other top-notch artists. He wrote Justin Bieber’s “Bigger,” Brandy’s “1st and Love” and Beyonce’s “I Miss You.”
Friday, 2 August 2013
Despite the fact that she moved to London the same year, Rita Ora was born in 1990 in Yugoslavia. The video for her upcoming single, "Shine Ya Light," nods at this fact, as it features Ora romping around Kosovo, Yugoslavia, with a group of bikers.
The Ahmed family from Egypt spends around $78 per week to feed their entire family! You may have noticed from this photograph that Egyptian cuisine involves large quantities of legumes and vegetables and this is due to Egypt's rich Nile Valley and Delta producing large quantities of excellent crops. Egyptian cuisine is based on foods that grow out of the ground, and you may notice only small quantities of meat. This is due to the fact that throughout Egypt's history, meat has always been very expensive to purchase. Egyptians also love their flat bread (as pictured) and it is consumed at almost all Egyptian meals. Egyptian meals also commonly involve stuffing vegetables such as capsicum, zucchini and eggplant with rice. Kebab, Falafel and baklava may be known as Eastern Mediterranean dishes, however they are also widely consumed in Egypt!
Denise Bidot was working as a makeup artist, funnily enough, until a plus-size model recommended she try giving modeling a go herself! Since then she has gained huge success from her modeling career, starring in campaigns for brands such as Nordstrom, Kohl's and Forever 21.
Exercise can be compared to a remedy. The remedy is very effective for weight management and overall health, and it also keeps the body from injuring itself during everyday, light activities. However too much of any remedy can turn into a bad thing. Trainers only recommend intense exercise sessions in small doses because over-exercising can damage our bodies both chemically and physically. Remember, exercise is a reward! It shouldn’t be a compensation for poor eating habits. Health experts warn that too many people believe that they can eat whatever they want because they can just exercise harder and longer to make up for it. Over-exercising has a number of detrimental effects on our bodies, many of which people are unaware of.