Many SUV fans and Jeep fans are excited to hear that an all-new three-row Grand Cherokee was coming. Jeep has officially announced the starting prices for the all-new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L line, including the entry-level Laredo, Limited, Overland, and Summit models. This vehicle marks the first three-row Grand Cherokee Jeep has ever offered. The Laredo trim will start … Continue reading
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The much-renowned Tour to Hunza Valley is often referred to as heaven on earth, enveloped in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges, this place has been a great tourist attraction for many years.Once you are in Hunza valley, private vehicles are primarily used for transportation, and most people rent out jeeps for the duration of their tour.You can get to the different cities within Hunza via bus or through your own rented transport as well.The first stop is the state capital, i.e.
As you might know, Realme is going to launch its flagship Realme GT 5G on 4th March 2021. Recently, Realme GT 5G passes through the ... The post Realme GT 5G with Snapdragon 888 SoC spotted on GeekBench appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Amanda Kusek recently inspired me all they way from her garden in New York to my own grotty London lockdown setup, when she conveyed a thought I’d been nursing privately for a while.“This year my theme is DREAM BIGGER,” Kusek posted under a photo of herself in a jumper with FUCK OFF written right across it. “I noticed over the past couple of years my goals have become too reasonable,” the 33-year-old account manager wrote. “So, for 2021, I’m done being reasonable.”Now, I’d love to write an article that didn’t mention the pandemic, but let’s face it, if ever big dreams were having a rough ride, it’s right now. Unsure what’s happening tomorrow, next week or next month, we are living in a state of infinite present. And this low-level stress means most of us are struggling to make plans for dinner, let alone our lives. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Poet | Storyteller | NYC (@cheapcourage)“Dreaming big may seem distant and unrealistic given our environment,” says psychologist Dr Jill Bond. But for Kusek, the pandemic had the opposite effect.“I was forced to slow down and reflect in a way that I have typically avoided,” she tells me. “This experience shifted my thinking heading into the new year and I wanted to try setting a theme.” It also made her realise how much much her perspective had changed since childhood. “I recalled memories of great big, beautiful dreams I had as a child and I missed that feeling. Realistic dreams aren’t dreams – they’re a to-do list!”Pandemic or no pandemic (let it soon be the latter!), losing the ability to “dream big” is a feeling I can relate to. As more of my friends settle down into families and develop stronger personal ties, I’ve been left wondering what my version of life looks like if it’s different to theirs and I’m not the only one having a rethink.When Thuva Amuthan’s final medical exams were halted by the pandemic last year, the stress gave him pause for thought and the 29-year-old doctor from Birmingham began pondering if his big dreams were even the right ones. “Do I really want to neglect my health in my best years working crazy hours relentlessly, only to play catch-up later, if that is even possible?” he asked.Looking more closely at the cost – financial and emotional – of his current commitments and how they affected his work-life balance, Amuthan realised the setback was a chance to “really unpick my priorities and what I want from life”. Given the right headspace, could this pandemic actually be a good time not only to think about, but potentially action, our biggest hopes and dreams? Jessica Chivers is a coaching psychologist and founder of Comeback Community, a digital resource for people returning from any sort of leave – parental, sickness, bereavement. She agrees that going through a stressful period can sometimes help people work out what really matters to them. While differences in our individual make-up mean this isn’t going to work for everyone, some people find themselves fuelled by uncertainty, she says. “Putting one person in a state of distress, not able to attain the things that they usually have, can generate huge feelings of, ‘Right, I’ve got to solve this, let’s get creative and think big,’” Chivers explains. “We hear many entrepreneurial stories coming from really difficult situations.”Amuthan, who arrived in the UK as a refugee in childhood, believes that encountering difficult situations in the past has only spurred him along.“Growing up in a council house and leading a single parent household at a young age, adversity has never fazed me,” he says. “I have particularly enjoyed proving wrong those who say, ‘Ooh that’s impossible/mad!’ – from getting into medical school to many of the other things I have achieved.” Perhaps it’s no surprise how he’s responded to these latest obstacles, then, no matter whether he ends up doubling down on his medical dreams – or finding new ones.Some shifts are smaller, but no less significant. For Amber Leach, 39, a wedding photographer based in Devon, the past year has triggered a fight or flight response that’s reset her priorities while also focusing her ambitions.“I was in a rut, hoping things would get better within the wedding industry and then I realised I couldn’t keep hoping and waiting,” says Leach. With weddings off, Leach started “dreaming in a different direction”. The pandemic showed her she had been overworking. “I realised my family is the most important thing to me in the world! Nothing comes in the way of my time with them,” she says.Now, while weddings still aren’t possible, she’s still developing her career by working on elements of growth that are within her control. “I have spent my extra time rebranding my business, building a new website and working on my marketing strategy. The current climate has given me courage to try completely new ideas that I would never have had the time to do,” she says.For me, the big dreams aren’t professional so much as personal and a matter of geography. I can’t stop thinking how I’d like to move abroad, but I’d also get into a relationship. The weirdness of lockdown ennui has definitely spurred both trains of thought on. I count myself lucky as someone predisposed to thinking beyond the end of the day, but that’s not to say I find those days any less hard.There are people, of course, for whom dreaming big is blocked by the very real struggles of getting food on the table, caring for children or other dependents, and stabilising their own mental health in hugely challenging times like these. And even for those of us with the relative freedom to daydream, the flights of fancy can be irregular and unpredictable. Pandemic preoccupations easily take over. As Leach says of her current headspace: “It is pretty tough. I am usually a goal setter and planner but I am finding it hard to plan long term.” So, how can we get our “big dream” juice flowing? If nothing else, the pandemic has offered us time for introspection, good or bad. “This is not quick fix territory; this is thinking about things over the longer term,” warns Chivers, who suggests setting some time aside to work out, in the truest sense, what you really want.“Sometimes big questions need to sit and marinade at the back of our minds,” she expands. “And when I say the back of our minds, we’ve kind of put them there. That thought won’t rise up unless we’ve said, ‘I want to consider this question, I want to think about this.’” Positive external stimuli can be a good way to arouse your intrigue if you aren’t in natural dreaming/planning mode during lockdown. “Listen to stories of how other people have achieved something, how other people have overcome difficulties,” says Chivers, who recommends the podcasts How I Built This and Conversations of Inspiration. Time away from Zoom, phone calls and other day-to-day stresses, whether that’s paid work or emotional labour, is key, she adds – “not carrying a cognitive workload so your mind has the ability to be free.”Remember there is light at the end of a vaccine vial. “We can see the global pandemic will have an end at some point in the future so it will be possible to gain more control back over your life and your destiny,” reflects Dr Bond of dreaming big. “For people who have lost a lot at this time, these ideas may help them to rethink things and some may even re-evaluate their failures.” Dreaming big can mean “failing time after time”, she adds. “It is a cliché, but often, as a result, people come back stronger and more able to see their real dreams.”Ultimately, whichever camp you’re in – forced into new ways of living by the pandemic or crying out for change, somehow, without knowing how to get at it – finding ways to think truthfully through what we want will help us escape our current confinement. So, there you have it: don’t beat yourself up if you want to think further than the end of the day right now, but aren’t able to. The first step to being able to dream big might just be overcoming ourselves.Covid-19 is more than a news story – it has changed every aspect of life in the UK. We are following how Britain is experiencing this crisis, the different stages of collective emotion, reaction and resilience. You can tell us how you are feeling and find further advice and resources here.Related...Lockdown May Last Months. Here's Why We Still Need Life PlansHow To Get Your 'Spark' Back If You've Completely Lost Your MojoHow Setting Goals In 2021 Can Help Deal With UncertaintyTry This New Approach To Your Daily Walk. You'll Love Or Hate ItWhy We Feel Constantly Distracted Right Now
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A company executive from China says that the Realme GT will be priced under CNY 2,999, with the snapdragon 888, a 120Hz AMOLED display and more.
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The Realme GT is coming - it's the company's new flagship phone, with top specs and design.
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Market HighlightsThe data experts at Market Research Future Reports (MRFR) have evaluated the global data center infrastructure market.Further, the data volumes have increased, which demands the requirement for data centers.Scalability, reliability, ability to maximize the efficacy of a company’s networking assets to gain better internal network operations are expected to promote the growth of the market.In addition, advantages of reduced information technology cost and ability to detect threats and resolve the same are expected to push the market growth in the years of forecast.Get a Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4544Segmentation:The global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished on the grounds of deployment, component, organization size, verticals, and region.On the basis of deployment, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished intoOn the basis of service, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished into servers, virtualization software, storage, network security, storage area network (SAN) switches, routers, Ethernet switches, network security, and others.On the basis of component, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished into hardware and software.On the basis of organization size, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished into small and medium-sized enterprises and large-scale enterprises.On the basis of verticals, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished into BFSI, retail, healthcare, IT & telecommunications, and others.On the basis of regions, the global data center infrastructure market can be distinguished into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Rest of the World (RoW).Detailed Regional AnalysisNorth America, Asia Pacific, Europe and Rest of the World are regional segments across which the data center infrastructure market has been studied.In North American, the market is expected to hold the grand share of the global market.
The “world’s smallest pub”, strapped to the back of a bike, is here – ridden by a woman wearing a red cape, yellow trainers and a beret. Because, why not?Jennifer Left, 36, is the proud landlady of Hand in Hand, an (actual) local pub located just off the seafront in Brighton. And while the full-sized pub’s doors are closed, she’s created an exact replica, to bring beer – and cheer! – to locals.The largest order she’s delivered included 40 cans, which pushed the bike (and her stamina) to the limit. Her longest was an 11-mile roundtrip, after a woman in Hong Kong emailed to request a delivery for her sister in Portslade Village. The tiny pub on the back of the bike is instantly recognisable to those who know the original, and was made by two of the pub’s regular staff members, Jess and Joel, who both have experience in sculpting and carpentry.  View this post on InstagramA post shared by Hand In Hand Brew Pub (@handbrewpub)“They just whipped it up for me!” says Left. “They built the frame for the trailer, clad it and painted it and everything, matching the colours as best we could.” To add more likeness, Left ordered parts from a doll’s house company, including mini roof tiles and a cat, to sit in the window and mirror her own. “I’m quite a creative person anyway, so it’s been an excellent outlet for that,” she says.Left refers to herself as “kind of like a beer-o-gram!”.“I’ve found it interesting that 90% of my bookings have been people gifting the pub to each other,” she says. She’ll fill her “pub” with cans, cycle up the road playing jolly tunes, then knock on the lucky recipient’s door and exclaim “happy birthday!” (or another appropriate message). People are delighted to see her.It’s not easy work, though. “You’ve got the weight of the build, then you’ve got the weight of the carriage,” she says. ”I can get up some pretty steep hills here in Brighton. I go as far as I can, then sometimes I have to get off and push.“It’s a very physical thing to do. A few people have said ‘you ought to get yourself an electric bike’ but I think that’s cheating.”The bike and trailer is the fourth iteration of Left’s idea. She originally looked into buying a milk float – “did you know they cost about six grand?!” – before an ice cream van – “19k, even worse!” – then settled on an old butcher’s bike for £200.The latter proved too cumbersome for the local hills and is now rusting in her garden. In autumn, she found her current touring bike, which has slightly thicker wheels than your average bicycle. It’s doing the trick so far. Onlookers enjoy her escapades as much as those receiving a pint. “I had a lady on the seafront last week who clapped and cheered me. She was like: ‘Go on girl, I love what you’re doing!’” Left laughs. “Some people don’t know what it is, so it sparks conversation. It’s nice to go out, even when it’s been grey and a bit gloomy. It’s a bright, colourful thing to do and I love seeing people’s reactions.”Originally from Newcastle, Left jokes she’s “not very good at sitting still at the best of times” and the project has helped her stay connected to her much-loved pub and community. She’s worked at the Hand in Hand off-and-on since 2008, originally working as bar staff while at uni, before becoming landlady in 2015. Her little pub on wheels might become a permanent fixture, as Left plans to ask the council for permission to run shuttles from the pub to the seafront once the tourists return – with a map to the nearest recycling bin included, of course.  “As a landlady, my job is to create a welcoming atmosphere for people,” she says. “I’m all about making a space for people that’s happy and inviting.“With this, people are getting a little splattering of what you’d normally get in the pub. It’s a special place.” You’re reading Covid-Free Zone, a section designed to offer a little respite during the pandemic. For more fun and escapism, browse the articles here.READ MORE:Woman Renovates Childhood Doll's House To Make A Tiny Version Of Her Actual Home'We Call It The Monster': The Story Behind This 65-Year-Old SourdoughThis Woman Found A Vintage Wedding Album And Tracked Down Its Long Lost FamilyWe're British And We've Never Had A Cup Of Tea. Seriously
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Rage 2 is now available to download for free on Epic Games Store for the whole week as part of the weekly free games program from the company.
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