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Couple who travel full-time reveal how they have visited 50 countries for as little as £150 per month by hitchiking, staying in local homes and making new friends who invite them for dinner

***EXCLUSIVE*** This couple have been to over FIFTY countries after putting family plans on hold to travel FULL TIME - and they say they do it for as little as ONE-HUNDRED-AND-FIFTY-POUNDS a month. Fulltime traveller and digital nomad, Ella Geiger (25) from Wertheim, Germany, has been feeding her wanderlust full time since January 2015 and has been to more than 50 countries in her lifetime, bringing her husband Waldemar (28) along to almost 40 of them. As a child Ella always dreamt of becoming a mother when she grew up, and keeping onto that passion for children she trained to become a kindergarten teacher. During her training she read an article about a travelling family who were looking for a nanny for their toddler. This article sparked a new direction for Ella and she knew she wanted to travel. Putting motherhood on hold, Ella decided to become a fulltime traveller starting out in New Zealand where she worked as a nanny. Ella and Waldemar also worked in Australia and these jobs paid for further travel before the couple got married in Mallorca, Spain in May 2017. They then went on to Germany where they saved some more money to travel. But as they continued to travel their budget started to diminish until they found a way to work remotely as affiliate marketers from their laptops. From that point on they were free to travel wherever they wanted without worrying about their savings running dry. The two love birds have now been to 37 countries together and have never spent more than Ł760 a month per person and sometimes spent as little as Ł150 a month each. The pair have experienced a hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia, 10 day meditation retreats, living with monks in South Korea, teaching English in Cambodia, working on farms in Australia, hitchhiking through Mexico and much more. 

 

I waited to lose my virginity on my wedding day only to find out sex was impossible

***EXCLUSIVE*** This woman waited for her WEDDING DAY before having SEX for the FIRST TIME only to find out she had VAGINISMUS - which she says de-sexualised her relationship and made her feel like she was living with a ‘ROOMMATE’. Social worker, Stephanie Muller (23) from New York, USA, grew up in a Christian household and made the decision to save herself until marriage. In 2013, she met her now husband, Andrew (31), at their local church but didn’t begin dating until 2015. Two years into their relationship, the pair got married in May 2017 and planned to have sex on their honeymoon – which would have been Stephanie’s first time. However, they had difficulty with penetration during sex and Stephanie got a yeast infection that made her feel very uncomfortable. Due to the prescribed medications not working, the infection lasted three months and it wasn’t until she had her first pelvic exam that she started to get very worried as she began to shake, scream and cry over the pain. When she recovered from the infection, she thought that was it and she would be able to have sex but this wasn’t the case, so she finally decided to tell her gynaecologist in January 2018, who diagnosed her with vaginismus; when the vagina suddenly tightens up. She referred her to the Vaginismus and Women’s Therapy Centre but warned her that this would not be covered by insurance, so she prescribed her with Vicodin, a medicine used to relieve moderate to severe pain, to have sex with her husband. Refusing to believe that this was the solution, Stephanie decided to do some research on vaginismus and the ways it can be treated. She discovered the use of pelvic floor therapy and bought a dilator set. For years she felt ashamed that she wasn’t able to have sex with her husband and that their lack of intimacy made her feel like she was living with a roommate. In 2018, she was finally comfortable enough to confide in her friends about vaginismus and how it had affected her marriage. In January 2019, she called the Women’s Therapy Centre to begin her treatment and with the correct guidance, she was able to overcome vaginismus after the completion of treatment in May 2019. She has since made it her mission to speak out about the condition and her journey to help other women going through a similar ordeal.

Toyota to build prototype city of the future at base of Mount Fuji

Toyota has revealed plans to build a prototype ''city'' of the future on a 175-acre site at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan. Called the Woven City, it will be a fully connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Envisioned as a ''living laboratory,'' the Woven City will serve as a home to full-time residents and researchers who will be able to test and develop technologies such as autonomy, robotics, personal mobility, smart homes and artificial intelligence in a real-world environment. ''Building a complete city from the ground up, even on a small scale like this, is a unique opportunity to develop future technologies, including a digital operating system for the city's infrastructure. With people, buildings and vehicles all connected and communicating with each other through data and sensors, we will be able to test connected AI technology in both the virtual and the physical realms, maximizing its potential,'' said Akio Toyoda, president, Toyota Motor Corporation.

Samsung unveils rotating verticle TV that resembles giant smartphone for the home

Samsung has designed a TV for ''the mobile generation'' that can pivot between horizontal and vertical orientations „just like a smartphone or tablet”. The Sero, which means „vertical” in Korean, was unveiled at the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas on Sunday (05Jan20). Samsung hopes the product will appeal to Millennials who mostly watch or shoot vertical videos on their phones and who might want to watch those videos on a much bigger screen. The 43-inch 4K television can connect to a user’s mobile device and will mirror the orientation of their phone or tablet when showing video to present it in the way it was meant to be seen. The Sero features a modern design that stands out in any space, and features a range of different display features for when it is not in use. A CTA „Best of Innovation” winner at CES, The Sero combines the cutting-edge functions of Samsung’s top-level displays while providing a new approach to home entertainment technology that meets the needs and habits of the growing mobile viewing audience.

Haunting portraits of male patients at London asylum provide rare insight into men’s mental health in the early 20th century

***EXCLUSIVE*** These images offer a rare insight into men’s mental health in the early twentieth century. Many of the male patients pictured died in the hospital or remained in care for the rest for their lives. For example, 58-year-old commission agent William Edward Cooper was admitted to Croydon Mental Hospital with delusional insanity in March 1904. He believed that he would condemned to eternal torment in Hell for killing his wife Ð even though his worried spouse was still very much alive. William died in the asylum a few months later. Meanwhile 38-year-old gentleman, Herbert Truscott Bean was committed to the asylum in July 1906 for delusions and depression - telling doctors that a vampire was sucking his blood. Hebert never recovered and appears to have remained at the hospital. Historically, mental illness has had a long association with women - dating from ancient Greek medicine and uterine notions of „hysteria”. However men have always experienced symptoms related to psychological distress.

Britain’s „most hated woman” has told how her 14-year-old daughter wants BOTOX and lipfillers

***EXCLUSIVE*** The mum-of-three, 38, has previously admitted she faked having depression to get £7,000 NHS nose job, sparking outrage. Now she's revealed her only daughter Tanisha wants to be just like her and is „obsessed” with plastic surgery. As well as a horse and a French Bulldog, the teen was „inspired” by her mum and listed "botox and maybe lip-fillers" among the presents she wanted for Christmas.