5 cool things by Hem Ratana

5 cool things by Hem Ratana

Volunteering
It seems like big companies and organisations always have the best jobs. But what if you’re lacking experience, or can’t devote yourself full-time? In order to develop yourself for the future, you should look into volunteering. It’s useful for everyone, from the rural provinces to urban Phnom Penh. It adds flexibility and experience to your CV, and not to mention, you’re doing a great thing for others and Cambodia. Volunteering can often be the first step on your path to a bright and successful future.

International news
Every day, the whole world is moving forward and changing unexpectedly. That’s why keeping up with news from around the globe is vital in today’s modern age. To keep up with developing issues, get your fill of international news – even think of it as a second homework assignment. Watching, reading or listening to the news provides many advantages, including staying updated on the world around you, learning about the world and becoming a smarter person.

Hydrotherapy
Did you know that drinking a glass of water after you wake up can make you healthier? Experts call it “hydrotherapy”. Hydrotherapy is a system of healing that utilises water to heal ailments including headaches, constipation, high blood pressure, and more. Experts claim it can make you feel better day-by-day. Furthermore, experts have linked the intake of water to looking great. Best results come with drinking a glass of water before brushing your teeth every-morning.

Jewellery
For ladies, beauty is key. Beauty can be natural: it can come with bone structure and facial features. Beauty can also be enhanced, with small things like make-up and styling. Jewellery is probably the best way to make that style pop. When you wear earrings, necklaces and bangles, you’re shine and confidence will shoot up. Don’t worry about the jewels being real and expensive – they are plenty of budget options that are still cute!

Books
Reading books is the best way to become more intelligent. But it’s not only about brains and smarts: reading when you’re on a trip, at the beach, or even while taking a sunny picnic can bring some much needed rest and relaxation. Books are also great sources of information, so bring them while travelling or sightseeing – they’re an invaluable reference! Knowledge really is everywhere, as long as you look for it.

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