Every year, on the 26 January Australia Day is a national public holiday, where thousands of families and friends gathered to bring the country together. It reflects the nation’s diversity of people in Australia’s history.
Australia’s major cities come together as a nation, and the City of Perth is one of those cities. I am fortunate to live close to the celebration zone at the Sir James Mitchell Park on the beautiful South Perth foreshore.
Families, youth and seniors from a wide range of demographics come from all over the city to the celebration zone to enjoy the free activities, rides, cultural group performances and entertainment for all ages. It is a smoke and alcohol-free with plenty of food to enjoy.
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Do you get concerned or enthusiastic about the advance in robotics and artificial intelligence? Do you feel uneasy about the replacement of entire jobs currently done by humans?
Even though people expect various positive outcomes from these developments, their attitudes more frequently reflect the consequences these technologies might have for society at large.
In the coming decades, advances in robotics and artificial intelligence will reshape the way we live and work as it has the potential to automate a wide range of human activities. Today’s career paths, and for future generations, will be forever changed as a result of the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) Continue reading “Do You Feel Uneasy Artificial Intelligence Replace Jobs?”
Happy Halloween! How are you planning to enjoy this holiday? People around the world celebrate it, but if you are in America, it is going to be a big day.
Children dress up and go ‘trick-or-treat’ door-to-door. Some families decorate their homes and gardens in Halloween style, and many adults dress up to go out with their children, attend costume parties or may watch horror films.
Whereas Halloween, October 31, is a dark night of spookiness and mischief. Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos), November 2, is a celebration of life and death. And although related, the two annual events differ vastly in traditions and nature. Continue reading “Halloween vs Day of Dead. A Celebration of Life.”
Not many people follow their dreams and ambitions when it comes to travel as travel and Finances are complementary topics. But refocusing on their life’s aspirations, goals and managing their finances efficiently will enable them to perfect the travelling lifestyle.
We have been travelling since the very first year we got married, 39 years ago, living in 4 different countries; Mexico, the US, Australia and England. Continue reading “5 Practical Ways When Travelling Abroad”