Mini Compact Fridge Electrolux 47 L Direct-Cool Single Door Refrigerator

Electrolux is a brand that is recognized all over the world for the quality and variety of home and kitchen appliances. The variety of refrigerators that it has on the market is pretty wide and high-quality. This mini single door refrigerator from Electrolux provides you the best and fastest freezing utility along with the cool pack that delays the rise in temperature during long power cuts. The toughened glass shelves further have the ability to withstand heavy loads.

Why Do We Recommend This:

  • Offers a 47-liters of storage capacity which is suitable for bachelors
  • Comes with the appearance that matches any sort of settings or space
  • Provides you with the fast freeze feature that chills the beverages quickly
  • Comprises of toughened glass shelves to hold the bigger bottles of juice
  • The special deodorizing filter keeps those bad odors out of your refrigerator

Product Information

Model EC060PSH-FDW
Capacity 47 Liters
Colour Black Hairline
Stars Rating 3.7

Apart From Enhancing The Information, Reading Books Is Also Connected To Health

The habit of reading books is pretty good for everyone and some experts even say, whenever we have the time or before going to bed, we should turn pages of good books. This habit enhances our information and increases intellectual capacity but fewer people are aware of the fact that, reading books is also connected to our health in many ways.

Reading books have many physical benefits which cannot be acquired and purchased from anywhere. One can get them only by reading books.

Having Sympathy

Reading a book develop the habit of showing sympathy towards people in us, which leads to our tendency towards social service and we become sensitive to the people around us. Actually, reading a book gives us an opportunity to understand things according to others. In this way, we learn to see the same thing in varieties. Apart from this, our relationship with people also improves.

Applying Experiences To Ourselves

When we read a biography or a story written by someone, then we get to learn a lot from those biographies or stories. With the help of which, whenever there is any problem in our life, we can apply the experiences mentioned in the book and can solve our problems according to the situation. We also get inspiration to deal with new challenges.

Relaxation From Stress

Whenever we read a good book, it makes our mind feel good and help in getting relief from stress. It has also been scientifically proven that regular reading of the book helps us in reducing the stress. It also balances our heart rate and panic problems also get decreased.

Separation From Negative Environment

Today’s world has become so much modern that it is pretty difficult to keep yourself separate. Situations change every second nowadays, and some situations of them are none of our businesses. Still, we keep trying to connect with them. But, with the habit of reading books, we can separate ourselves from these things for some time. In this way, we can imagine anything while reading a book because at that time our brain has much concentration.

Development Of Thinking Ability

We have often heard people saying that reading a book helps in developing our ability of understanding and thinking. Well, this is so true, because when we are reading a book, our ability of thinking gets developed. With this, we can think of new ideas and can develop creativity in us.

Enhancing Our Memory

It has been proved in many studies that there is a deep connection between reading and memory. By reading not only the brain muscles grow faster, but it also boosts our memory. Apart from this also, we can get rid of memory loss in adolescence and disease like Alzheimer.

So, boost your memory, enhance information, stay healthy and make a habit of reading books daily.

Money Spend on Kids on Average In Russia

The amount of money parents spend on their kids differs in Russia depending on salaries and number of other factors. Some prefer to invest in education, while others try to raise sports champions. In Russia, there’s no official research on parents’ spending on kids, but according to some polls families are most likely to fork out on educating their children as opposed holidays. So how much does it cost to raise kids in Russia?

Newborns and new expenditures

Newborn in Murmansk.

Pavel Lvov/Sputnik Parents witness a baby-sized hole in their wallets right after the child is born: A baby carriage, clothes, cosmetics for bathing and hygiene, and more are needed. The price for such things depends on the brand and the size of one’s bank account. For example, a baby carriage usually costs anywhere from 10,000 rubles ($170) but many people buy second-hand baby equipment to save money. In Moscow, mothers are given free clothes, cosmetics, bed linen, and a thermometer for their baby.

All Russians, including children, have an obligatory medical insurance policy so they can get medical assistance for free or at reduced rates. But as kids often fall ill, parents need to spend money on medicine. For example, when a kid catches a cold one visit to a pharmacy costs on average about 1,000 rubles ($17). Some parents use private healthcare assistance and the price depends on the company.

Kindergartens and schools

A girl at Kindergarten No. 406, Moscow.

Vladimir Astapkovich/Sputnik Parents can take their kid to a state kindergarten from the age of three, but they normally have to wait in a queue for a long time when they sign up. The payment for kindergarten depends on the region. Mother of two Tatyana Rusakova from the Moscow Region says she pays 3,000 rubles ($50) on school fees for her toddler every month.

Maria Zagryadskaya, a mother of two small daughters, says she pays about 2,400 rubles for a state kindergarten in Moscow, but some lessons are not included. For example, drawing classes cost 1,500 rubles ($25) a month. Moreover, she pays “donations” to the kindergarten – about 9,000 rubles ($155) every year. Tatyana pays about 4,000 rubles ($70) as a donation each year.

If parents cannot wait or would like their child to start kindergarten earlier, they can choose a private one. The average price starts from 25,000 rubles ($430) a month in Moscow. Another option is to hire a nanny – from 300 rubles ($5) per hour in Moscow and from 150 ($2.5) rubles per hour in other regions. According to ROMIR (March 2018), only one percent of Russian families employ a nanny, while 10 to 15 percent ask grandparents to babysit.

The Russian Constitution guarantees free secondary education for children, so the vast majority of kids study in free state schools. Only 0.7 percent of children visit private schools and the same quantity is homeschooled. But still, schools can drain a family’s budget. According to a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center in 2017, the average Russian family spends 12,745 rubles ($220) just to prepare a child for school. Half of this sum is spent on clothing and shoes, 1,700 rubles ($30) – for bags, the same for writing goods, 1,200 rubles ($20) for study books, 1,000 rubles ($17) towards school fees, and about 600 rubles ($10) for teachers’ gifts (in Russia, kids usually present flowers on Sept. 1). Many Russian families pay school donations, the so-called “sum for curtains” amounting to several thousands of rubles a year.

Millennial Culture Is Driving the Luxury Kidswear Market

“People want to dress up their children to keep them fresh. Social media is making it easier to show pictures of your children, and parents and fashion labels are taking this demographic more seriously,” says David Park, an illustrator at Complex magazine, who launched a graphic alphabet book titled ‘ABC’s for the Little G’s’ earlier this year. Dedicated to ‘all the sneakerhead parents in the world’, Park’s book teaches toddlers their ABC’s via sneaker graphics: A is for Airmax, G is for Gucci, Y is for Yeezy…

The book emphasises a shift in perception: childrenswear is now cool. The market is currently worth $1.4 billion, according to Euromonitor, and the value of childrenswear in the US is estimated to grow 8 percent by 2021, to $34 million. Luxury brands from Oscar de la Renta to Dolce & Gabbana have long produced childrenswear, but the category is booming with launches from labels like Givenchy, Yeezy and Balenciaga, giving it an extra level of street cred.

“Streetwear-inspired pieces are scaled down for children aged 0-12,” says Philippe Fortunato, chief executive officer of Givenchy, which is developing kidswear as a fully-fledged category that will retail in over 150 stores worldwide. The brand hopes to harness the interest of its millennial consumers to buy into the line for their children. According to Fortunato, Givenchy has a relatively even split between sales of its men’s and women’s collections. “Developing a children’s line was only a matter of time,” he says.

Kidswear is not a new concept; Dolce & Gabbana has offered childrenswear since 2012. But today’s kids wear sneakers, caps and hoodies, fuelled by the rise of streetwear brands. Instagram has also played a huge role in its development: toddlers are essentially following trends and the style aesthetic of adults by mixing high end designers like Gucci with street and sportswear labels. North West, for example, teamed her custom Vetements sequin dress with a pair of Vans Old Skool kicks. The appetite for sharing such content on social media is enormous: stylish kids are the ultimate statement accessory.

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