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Relax yourself to happiness

Relax yourself to happiness

F1, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Ah...deadlines. They can be stressful and make you want to pull your hair out. It can feel as if everything is piling upon you and you can’t get a break. But fear not! We have some tips to help you relax and catch your breath for a minute. They are not only for relaxing, but to kick your feet up and have some fun as well! 1. Cooking Image: Maarten van den Heuvel via Unsplash This is therapeutic to many people who love to cook and also to people who love to eat. Cook something that makes you feel at home. Cuddle up in front of the TV or your laptop and watch a comedy or feel-good movie. 2. Dancing Image: Blake Cheek via Unsplash It doesn’t matter whether you know to dance or not. Or even if you are any good at it. Just play some music and dance around your room like nobody
Fireworks are not your pet’s friend

Fireworks are not your pet’s friend

Environment, F1, Lifestyle
While Bonfire Night fireworks may be entertaining for us humans, animals aren’t having any fun.   During the past week, the fireworks all over the UK increased the stress levels of pets. Pet owners on Twitter are calling out the people who are lighting fireworks in their backyards and hurting their pets. There have been some cases of missing pets and animal deaths as result.   Can’t people just go to organised fireworks displays run by professionals instead of letting them off on every back garden pissing off every Dog, Cat and baby for miles around?! #Fireworks #BonfireNight #Displays #Annoying — Daniel Green (@Greeny_original) November 3, 2018   #fireworks are not fun for animals. TV turned up loud, tried tablets last year they didn’t work 🙄 can we just ban
Hamilton wins fifth world title at Mexican Grand Prix

Hamilton wins fifth world title at Mexican Grand Prix

F1, Sport
Lewis Hamilton won a fifth World Championship and equal Juan Manuel Fangio’s achievement, despite struggling through a strange Mexican Grand Prix. Starting from third on the grid, Hamilton knew a seventh place finish would secure the title, but at the end of the first corner he moved into second after capitalising on pole-sitter Daniel Ricciardo’s sluggish start. But the altitude of the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City caused problems for the Mercedes, with graining severely disrupting performance. So much so Sebastian Vettel, who had got passed Ricciardo, had an easy job of demoting Hamilton back down to third. Soon thought Vettel came under attack from Ricciardo and on struggling tyres he inevitably locked up and ran off the track, allowing the Red Bull driver throu

Hamilton grabs fourth world title as Verstappen wins 2017 Mexican Grand Prix

F1, Sport
  Lewis Hamilton has just added a fourth world title to his tally by finishing 9th in Mexico City, becoming the most titled British F1 driver in the history. "It doesn't feel real. That's not the kind of race that I wanted. I never gave up, I kept going right to the end," said  emotional Hamilton. He joins Vettel and Alain Prost on four F1 championships, only behind Michael Schumacher holding the all-time record with seven trophies, and Juan Manuel Fangio with five. PSG's forward Neymar sent a message to the champion: "Hey Lewis, it's Neymar. I'm very happy for you bro." Verstappen won the race today ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen, leading the pack from the very beginning. "The start was crucial. After last week this was the perfect race", he said. M
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