Author Archives: Nusreta Beranac

18 Small Businesses in High Demand in 2017

If you have a 9 to 5 job that doesn’t really satisfy you and motivates you t get u in the morning and leave for work, hen you have probably thought of starting your own business at least once. It appears that there have never been so many startup ideas as today when small businesses are

10 Easy One Year Certificate Programs That Pay Well

If going to college is not your intention and you wish to find an easier way to get a great job, then you may be right.Going to college does not guarantee you will find a great job once you graduate and many students struggle finding a good job after college. Luckily, you don’t need to

25 Most Profitable Small Businesses to Start in 2017

Recently, it seems like everyone is starting their own business and having a more flexible lifestyle. Small businesses became a trend that is spreading faster than ever. You have probably thought how great it would be if you started a small business as well, but just like me, you are probably of the misguided opinion

15 Best Japanese Souvenirs You Should Buy in Tokyo

Are you planning on visiting Japan soon? Are you as confused as I am every time you are supposed to go gift shopping in a new country? Well, I hear ya. Shopping for souvenirs is an enjoyable thing if you are shopping for yourself. But often, when shopping for friends and family, I get confused about

21 Signs Your Online Boyfriend/Girlfriend is Cheating on You

Are you in a long distance relationship? Relationships, in general, are not easy, let alone online relationships where you can’t physically be with the person. They are also tricky because you can hardly tell if you are being lied to as you can’t see the person’s body language to help you decipher their words. This

10 Countries Where Black Death Still Exists (We Aren’t Kidding)

What are the countries where black death still exists today? The Black Death or plague brought a slow and painful death leaving many cities half empty, hence the proper name for it. It swept through three continents in the 14th century killing about 75 million people. Insider Monkey published an article which talks about the global