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Sup Travellers?! The egg is a universal breakfast type food. I'm sure that even aliens on planet Krypton enjoy a good early morning egg every so often.

There are many things that make eggs the perfect breakfast but one in particular is the ease at which it can be made. You don't need to be a top chef to whip up a couple boiled or fried eggs. Even my little cousin can boil an egg but the video above shows a little hack that could make the creation process even easier especially if you are into poached eggs.

Check out the below video for, by far, the easiest egg hack I've ever seen. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! One teacher from A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, Texas set the internet ablaze when him and his students created one of the funkiest dance routines in Tech School history.

It was just a normal day at school when the teacher decided to shake it up a little during class and had his students join him in an incredible dance routine to Mark Ronson’s infectious new hit song “Uptown Funk.” 

If there was an international award for teacher of the year this man would definitely be a nominee especially as he did it to engage his students and help them in getting rid of their fears. In the description he wrote: "This is a great example of how a bunch of technology students let go of their fears, trusted their teacher and got down to Uptown Funk!!!"

Hats off to him and all the students. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! A little girl by the name of Chelsea touched the staged on the Voice: Kids in Germany and blew everyone away with her amazing voice. 

No one was expecting such a voice to come out of little Chelsea as she entered the stage wearing an adorable little dress and bows in her hair fit for a six year old but when she opened her mouth, I could have sworn I was listening to a grown woman.

You have to see this performance. Check it out in the video above and don't forget to share it with your friends. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! I've posted a lot of Tiny houses on my blog within the past couple months but none has yet to peak my interest as much as the one in the video above. 

In the video we see Christian Schallert giving us a little tour of his tiny lego-styled apartment in Barcelona and I'm definitely impressed. 

His place is a mere 258-square-foot-room that, upon entering, looks totally empty. But when he hits the square boxes that line the walls, that’s when the magic happens. Cabinets galore pop out with his touch, and Christian then reveals a bed under the balcony, a dining table inside the wall and a spring-loaded kitchen behind the cabinets. Also included: a toilet, two sinks, dishwasher and shower. 

Even though the house is pretty small I think the leg-style makes it pretty spacious as most of the furniture and appliances are tucked away in the walls. This right here is the perfect example of space optimization. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! Do you have the Monday Blues? If you do then this story should definitely lift your spirit. It's about a blind mother who got the amazing gift of motherhood but that's not the only gift she got on the day she gave birth to baby Aksel.

There was very little hope for legally blind woman and new mother Kathy Bietz after she was diagnosed with Stargardt disease, a genetic eye disorder that causes gradual loss of vision, when she was only 11 years old. Although she has some peripheral vision, for most of Bietz’s life, she’s been literally in the dark.

The 29-year-old Ontario woman wouldn't have had the opportunity to see her newborn baby but thanks to technology things are looking up for her. Bietz was introduced to a life-altering device that changed everything. Wearing eSight glasses, which records video of the image in front of a person and magnifies it onto a high-definition screen, Beitz was able to see her newborn son — and her husband, too.

Through a new campaign centered on Beitz’s story, the eSight company is aiming to “Make Blindness History.” With nearly 285 million visually impaired people around the world, this little glimmer of hope is a great place to start.

One of the greatest gifts you can give to a blind person is the gift of sight and eSight is definitely a good start. I hope they begin mass production soon. How awesome would that be? Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.

Too learn more about eSight eyewear visit: www.esighteyewear.com
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Sup Travellers?! The paintings below were painted by Rob Gonsalves and they are incredible, to say the least. I mean --- the only reason I'm posting his paintings on my blog right now is because of that fact. 

Blending real with the unreal and playing with perspective, Gonsalves' works fall into the realms of both magical realism and optical illusions that will absolutely blow your mind. Check them out below: 














































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