Before the New Year holidays, many people ask themselves this question. On the one hand, I want the house to have the smell of spruce and tangerines. On the other hand, it's a pity for the Christmas tree... So what should I do?
The season of tangerines, oliviers in basins and making a list of gifts will come very soon. In the midst of a climate catastrophe, more and more people are aware of their impact on the environment. Therefore, a reasonable question arises: is an artificial or natural Christmas tree more environmentally friendly?
Every feast has consequences and the New Year's celebration is no exception. Moreover, for many, this is the most important celebration of the year, so libations can be appropriate. And for any alcohol consumption, our body pays for intoxication, the effects of which are often very unpleasant. We tell you how to get rid of them quickly.
Dear reader, 2019 is coming to an end, and on this day it is customary to sum up and make wishes for the next year. We will do it too — briefly, but without too much modesty.
Representatives of the sturgeon family appeared on the planet about 150 million years ago. They were not just eaten by ancient people: during the Roman Empire, sturgeon began to be considered a delicacy, and since about the XI century, sturgeon caviar. This is evidenced by the trade registers of Byzantium.