Wednesday, 30 May 2012

7 things women do that drive men mad

Annoying female habit 1: Making an anniversary out of everything
What is it with women turning the nice little things in life into a grand gift-exchanging, champagne-popping ceremony? We return home from a normal day at work to be met with a candle-lit dinner and an expensive looking gift but, quite frankly, it makes our heart stop. Have you done something wrong? Is it your birthday? My birthday? Oh silly me, it’s the anniversary of the first time we looked at each other. Please refrain from doing this, ladies. We have a hard enough time getting event dates right without being shouted at for not buying the dog a card to celebrate the anniversary of his first vaccination.

5 Types of women men can't stand

We all know what women don't like in men, but do we have even the slightest idea about what type of women put off men? Here is the lowdown on the personality types men don't like at all.

Women who crib, talk negatively and belittle people are a great turn-off. Sure we all have our bags full of complaints, but it is one thing to complain once in a while, and it's something else to crib big time 24x7 about every issue or every person one comes across. Men can't understand why a woman has to crib and bitch all the time. Either you do something about the issue or stop complaining - it's as simple as that.

Rosemary Oil Improves Your Brain Power and Memory

There may be another way to improve your memory and cognition. According to a new British study, all you have to do is take a sniff of a specific essential oil. The best news is that it's not hard to find.

The new study was designed to show whether breathing in something called 1,8-cineole--a chemical compound found in rosemary oil--would have an effect on mental abilities. The researchers suspected that it might boost mental abilities because past research has shown that 1,8-cineole might slow the breakdown of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that’s essential for both memory and many other mental processes including recognizing sequences and performing quick mathematical tasks.