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5 SEO tips for every digital content marketer

Content. Content. Content. Focus on the writing and everything else will follow.   That was pretty much my mantra since I launched LadyExplorer.com two years ago (yes, the blog has just crossed its 2-year mark last week!) After all, it was the only thing I knew. With...

ACL surgery recovery phases

Week 0: Right after acl reconstruction surgery Super painful, swelling at its worse Couldn't get outta bed for 1 day Focus is on straightening No weight-bearing Week 1: Bandage removed No weight-bearing Physio starts with focus on straightening, control of quads & light bending Slight discolouration with swelling...

Traversing the road to recovery

A slow, healing journey to the one-month mark of my ACL surgery   By the time I walked out of the physiotherapy clinic, the heavy downpour had faded into a light drizzle. Light enough, for me to thread cautiously across the puddles on the wet floor to the next building.   "Hello, do you...

7 Tips on Visiting Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat means 'Temple City' in Khmer (Angkor = City, Wat = Temple) and is the largest religious monument in the world. Other noteworthy mentions include being the national symbol that sits proudly on the Cambodian flag. It is also a finalist of the new...

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Waiting for the sunrise at Angkor Wat

[caption id="attachment_361" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Angkor Wat at 6am[/caption]   It truly amazes me the sheer number of people who can stand in front of Angkor Wat's Reflecting Pond at one point in time. We were told this is best place to watch the sunrise at Angkor Wat, on...

ACL reconstruction: one week on

“So tell me, what do you work as?” my friendly anaesthetist asked in a casual tone, clearly trying to distract me as he tapped on my left hand for a popping vein to insert the needle.   I was not in the mood to be sociable, but I...