Articles by alexchester

About alexchester (68 Articles)
Alex Chester is an economist currently working on a few projects in Australia.

Mommy in a Barbie World

Should you go for a mommy makeover? What are your options and possibilities? What about the cost? Giving birth is the most amazing thing one can do – just think about it, every women is a source of life! It is important to start of with this sentence, because that is the stand point that each [...Read More]

January 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

5 Steps For Crafting the Perfect Home Office

These days, the allure of working from home has become considerably more tempting. Owing to the continued progress of technology, more and more people are able to do their work remotely. This trend is even reflected at the corporate level, where a growing number of companies have started permitting [...Read More]

November 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

Why Malaysia Should Be on Your Bucket List

Located in Southeast Asia, bordering Thailand in the north and Singapore and Indonesia to the south, it’s a vibrantly developing country and represents a melting pot of cultures. An area with dreamy beaches, astonishing wildlife and such nature my eyes have never seen. A destination which offers [...Read More]

September 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

The 5 Best Diving Spots in Australia

If done under the right conditions, few activities can compare to diving when it comes to illuminating the vast world of underwater life that lurks inside the oceans and seas of our planet. In fact, most of the people who try it are instantly hooked by the plethora of indescribable sights that can [...Read More]

September 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

Top 5 Bollywood Movies To Watch In 2016

The world of Bollywood is a truly magical place, able to amaze and inspire. They make us laugh, cry, shed tears of joy and make us a better person through invaluable life lessons. The diversity of available Bollywood movies shown and coming out in 2016 means there’s something for everyone. So [...Read More]

September 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Future Of Shopping And How To Embrace It

Roughly every 50 years, the retail industry faces a major upset as a paradigm shift occurs. Over a century ago, the advent of the railroad fueled the rise of big cities, and suburban living locations. Specialised retail stalls saw their dawn as retailers sought to make shopping more personal and [...Read More]

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

Airbnb Tricks for the Cost-Conscious Traveler

Whether you are escaping for the weekend or planning a month long excursion, Airbnb has revolutionized the way people travel. The company, founded in 2008 is a unique online community marketplace for posting, finding, and booking lodging arrangements around the globe. The company already has a wide [...Read More]

May 26, 2016 // 0 Comments

Dubrovnik, the Great Adriatic Pearl

Dubrovnik, commonly referred to as „The Pearl of the Adriatic“ is a coastal town off the coast of Croatia. It is an ancient town with important gothic and renaissance architecture and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. As Irish writer, Bernard Shaw once said you couldn’t say you [...Read More]

May 13, 2016 // 0 Comments

How to Finance Your Next Trip

Everybody grows up with the dream of seeing the world, or at least as much of it as possible. But, unless you were blessed with some serious financial backing, making this dream come true will take a little bit of intelligence and effort on your part. If you have your heart set on exploring the [...Read More]

January 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Funny Facts about Cats that you didn’t know

Who does not find funny cats adorable? While they do not try hard to entertain their owners, whatever they do turn out to be quite enjoyable to watch. Cats are more than cute balls of fur that we want to cuddle with; they are quite smart and quick. If you have had a cat at home for a while, you [...Read More]

January 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Pearls Of The Mediterranean

Mediterranean – the cradle of Western civilization. From ancient Egyptian coastal towns near the estuary of Nile and Greek colonies scattered all over the coast to medieval walled cities and independent city-states that rose to a level of colonial powers and finally to modern ports that [...Read More]

January 5, 2016 // 0 Comments