Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Food Bloggers Create A Recipe For Philanthropy In South Africa

Denis Farrell/AP/File Enlarge For many children in South Africa , a daily meal served in school is the only meal they will eat all day. In a country where 65 percentof children live in poverty and approximately 1.9 million of the countrys orphaned children have lost one or both parents as a result of HIV and AIDS, a generation of children have become heads of household, or are forced to strain modest government stipends allotted to their grandparents. At the end of the day, there are few resources left for food. Food Tank is a think tank focused on a feeding the world better. We conduct research and cultivate networks of people, organizations, and content to push for food system change. Recent posts RECOMMENDED: GMO, Organic, and seven other food labels you should know When children are hungry, they cant concentrate and their potential is stifled. Providing a daily meal at school encourages attendance and helps ensure that each child reaches their potential. The Lunchbox Fund, a South African NGO that fosters education through nutrition by providing a daily, nourishing meal to underserved schoolchildren, has stepped in to fill the gap left by the South African government, which can only provide school meals to 8 million of the countrys 12 million school-age children. By partnering with local organizations, recruiting grandmothers to cook and deliver meals, and monitoring attendance, The Lunchbox Fund is systematically working to help a generation of children lift themselves out of poverty and become nourished body and mind. In an effort to feed 100 schoolchildren a daily meal for one year, more than 100 food bloggers around the world launched a fundraising campaign today to support The Lunchbox Fund, and are aiming to raise US$5,000 to accomplish this. RECOMMENDED: Get your 2014 Emerging & Frontier Markets Forecast FREE. Feed South Africa was organized by The Giving Table, a website that mobilizes food bloggers to change the food system.
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Monday, February 17, 2014

the Real Secret For Improving Your Success With Women

How do you get better at talking to women?

It's easy...

...Simply talk to as many women as possible!

Now if you're like most guys, then you might have trouble with walking up to dozens of women each day and initiating conversations. If you're nervous and filled with tension, then you're chances of success will be minimal.

But there is a great technique you can use to talk to LOTS of women without have any fear of approaching. All you have to do is talk to the women who work at your local shopping mall.

Seriously, shopping malls are literally filled with attractive women in their 20's and 30's. All of them are working in the various clothing and retail stores in this location. All you have to do is walk into one and start browsing.

The great part is it's THEIR job to come talk to you. Once this happens just tell her that you're looking for a particular item.

For instance, if you're in a clothing store, ask for a clerk's help with picking out a particular sweater. Then when you're being helped, just practice your conversation skills. Tell funny stories, flirt with her and establish kino.

The best part of this technique is you're able to flirt without worrying about the income. This will help quickly eliminate any nervousness you have about initiating conversations with women.

Then when you've become comfortable initiating conversations with different women in a shopping mall, you can go out and practice your skills on women in a real dating environment.