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Healthy Heart for All

Why Are So Many Women Ignoring Heart Attack Symptoms?

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Galaxy a week by Jun Z

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Healthy Living for Better Health

  30 Healthiest Foods of All Time 1 to 10 By Dr. Mercola In a survey of at-home spending patterns on food among US households, the Economic Research Service (ERS) of the US Department of Agriculture revealed Americans are throwing a lot of their food budgets toward very unhealthy foods. The average US household spent most of their food budget (nearly 18 percent) on refined grains followed by sugar and candies (at nearly 14 percent). The next highest category was red meat (mostly from concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs), followed by frozen or refrigerated entrees and beverages.1 In stark contrast, Americans spent less than 0.5 percent of their food budget on dark green vegetables and a similar amount on orange vegetables. Other vegetables made up less than 4 percent of at-home food spending and whole fruits just over 6 percent. As reported by Forbes:2 "It is not that shoppers are spending less than they should on food in general. We spend 17 percent of our food shopping dollars on refined grains (more than three times what is recommended). …And while the USDA recommends spending less than 1 percent on sugar and candies, most Americans spend closer to 14 percent of their food budget on sweets. This means that it is in fact not the desire to save money that makes us eat badly, but our own poor choices." I believe it is partly a matter of making good choices and partly a matter of getting educated about which foods are truly healthy. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to break the bank to eat good food. In fact, many of the healthiest foods that follow are quite economical. Even better, because there are so many healthy foods, you can plan your meals around what's in season… and what's on sale. In order to protect your health, I advise spending 90 percent of your food budgeton whole foods, and only 10 percent on processed foods. Choosing from the list below is a very good start to feeding your family right.

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About Thanksgiving

  20 Things You Didn't Know About Thanksgiving        1/21   Use these fun facts to impress at the dinner table on Turkey Day!

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Holiday Cooking Recipes

TURTLE THUMBPRINT COOKIES BY LAUREN ALLEN  I know I’m a nerd when it comes to anything food related, but I look forward to Christmas Cookie Exchanges as much as I look forward to Christmas morning!  My mom has attended one with her friends for years, and it’s a tradition I want to carry on each year with my friends!  Last night a few friends and I hosted our first cookie exchange together!  I love seeing the fun variety of cookies that everyone brings, and I, of course, love taking home a little sample of all of them!  My mom would always come home with a huge tub of different cookies. She’d put them in the freezer so that we could take some out each night throughout the holidays and enjoy them for longer.

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Simply Amazing in this world

  25 Incredible People With Real Superpowers

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The Gratitude Heart

The best gift I ever survived   - Stacey Kramer

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Creative and imaginative Art

  Star Wars shadow art by artist Red Hong Yi Please enjoy her awesome "Star Wars" Silhouettes Shadow Art with incredible imagination.

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My Newest post

  My Story- Lindsey Stirling

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Parenting Posts

Why It’s Great to Have a Stubborn Child ...at least in the long term, say studies Donna Gorman Years ago, in preschool, a teacher sent my youngest child, Ainsley, to sit by herself until she was ready to talk about something she’d done wrong. She sat through circle time. She sat through snack time. She sat through recess and story time and music. It wasn’t until lunchtime that she finally decided to talk. The teacher was surprised by her determination. Me? Not so much.

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy

Laura Pausini - YOU ARE [ CINEMATIC ]

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Good Films

  Secret -Taiwanese Movie [Eng Sub]

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10 Things Your Employees Are Dying to Hear from Yo

  10 Things Your Employees Are Dying to Hear from You   Business leaders and owners: What were your last 10 or 15 employee conversations like? Chances are, they included phrases like, “I need you to finish that projection by the end of the day,” or, “I’m putting you on the Brown account,” or, “How much longer do you think it’ll take to finish that PowerPoint the client requested?” As I know from personal experience, you can’t run a business without addressing these types of issues. (And chances are, unless they’re delivered in a, shall we say,forceful tone of voice, your employees don’t mind hearing pertinent instructions and questions.) But as I learned early on in my career, if your conversations with employees don’t include other types of phrases, too, your team’s morale will probably suffer. Let me explain. In the midst of the everyday chaos of running a business, leaders often don’t think about what they could or should say to motivate their employees. Often, those leaders assume that their employees know how they feel—about each person’s individual performance and about the company’s health in general. Usually, though, that’s not the case. They’d never bring it up themselves, but your employees really want to receive affirmation, encouragement, reassurance, respect, and gratitude from you. When you verbalize these things—which takes only a few seconds of your time!—you will notice a big change in your employees’ motivation, commitment, and productivity. Here are ten phrases that got great results for me at Autopart International. If you start incorporating them into your at-work vocabulary, your employees’ engagement will “blossom” this spring: *“I need your help.” Yes, your employees will be looking to you to steer your company in the right direction, but I promise, they know you’re human, and they don’texpect you to have all the answers. So the next time you’re facing a difficult decision or brainstorming options, ask your team for help. Rather than losing respect for you as a leader, they’ll appreciate that you treated them as valued partners—and they’ll feel more invested in your company’s future because they had more of a hand in creating it. *“What do you need from me?” Often, employees are anxious about asking the boss for what they need, whether it’s updated office equipment, more time to complete a project, advice, etc. By explicitly asking what you can

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Life, Love, Inspiration

George Saunders on the Power of Kindness, Animated Credit: MARIA POPOVA In May of 2013, celebrated author and MacArthur “genius” George Saunders took the podium at Syracuse University and delivered a masterpiece of that singular modern package of bequeathable wisdom, the commencement address. A year later, his speech was adapted in Congratulations, by the way: Some Thoughts on Kindness (public library), delicately designed and hand-lettered by Chelsea Cardinal. It follows in the footsteps of other commencement-addresses-turned-books, such as Neil Gaiman on the resilience of the creative spirit, Ann Patchett on storytelling and belonging, David Foster Wallace on the meaning of life, Anna Quindlen on the essentials of a happy life, and the recent compendium of Kurt Vonnegut’s magnificent commencement addresses.

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Photographer and photography

25+ Unpublished Photos From National Geographic Archives 13-25 #14 A Flock Of Birds Fly Up From An Enclosed Courtyard In Old Havana, December 1987

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8 Ways Technology Makes You Stupid

8 Ways Technology Makes You Stupid by Rebecca Hiscott People assume that iPhones, laptops and Netflix are evidence of progress. In some ways, that's true. A moderate amount of Googling, for instance, can be good for your brain, and there are apps that can boost brain function and activity. Yet tech advancements also come with some unintended consequences. Our brains being "massively rewired" by tech, says neuroscientist Michael Merzenich in The Shallows: What The Internet Is Doing To Our Brains, a Pulitzer-nominated 2011 book by Nicholas Carr. Merzenich warns that the effect of technology on human intelligence could be “deadly.” That got us thinking. How exactly is technology messing up our brains?

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Yo-Yo Ma little-known love story

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Here Are 13 Kitchen Tips

Here Are 13 Kitchen Tips That Anyone Can Use Cooking is a skill, which means that the more you practice, the better you become. And with practice comes knowledge about what to do when certain problems — rock-hard brown sugar, shells in the egg yolk, boiling-over pots of water — arise. These are 13 simple cooking tips that chefs of any level can use.

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Have You Seen These Unique Flowers?

Have You Seen These Unique Flowers? They are amazing and unique creation of nature! ▽▽▽ happy aliens

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Robin Williams Tribute

  Robin Williams' Widow Discusses Husband's Tragic Death

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The Last Words of These Famous People

The Last Words of These Famous People Last words are something that most people would rather not think about. There's a lot of pressure to try and make those last few words count for something. Not many can make it happen. Regardless though, the last words from these 25 famous people are sad, poignant, funny, and sometimes ironic. Wait until you read what Elvis' last words were. You'll be surprised.

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Travel with Jun Z

10 Ways to Save Money on Road Trips Since we don't have immediate family members in town, we have always known we'd be a road trip kind of family.  Air travel is getting to be more and more expensive, so it's just not an option for us these days.  But, with the way gas prices are constantly on the rise, car travel can be pricey too.  We are certainly not experts when it comes to road trips, but we have learned a few things to help keep costs down as much as possible.  Gas 1.  Increase fuel efficiency as much as possible It's no secret that fuel prices are on the rise.  Our SUV is not nearly as fuel efficient as our Toyota Corolla, but there are ways to optimize fuel efficiency.  Here are some ideas. - Packing light - Leave early in the morning to avoid traffic - Check the fluids and air in your tires - Drive the speed limit

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This Fall's 8 Can't-Miss Movies

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Ebola: The most dangerous Virus

  Ebola Drugs Get Closer to Prime Time A rendering of the Niemann-Pick disease, type C1 (NPC1) protein. MAY 26, 2015 10:00 AM ET // BY SHEILA M. ELDRED In the rush for drugs to contain and prevent future epidemics, an international team says it may have a “silver bullet” in developing a therapeutic treatment that would combat several viruses responsible for recent outbreaks, including Ebola, Marburg, Sudan, Bundibugyo and Tai Forest virus. The Ebola epidemic continues to threaten countries such as Guinea, where dead bodies have been transported via public transportation. The demand for both vaccines and therapeutic drugs is glaring. Vaccines entering phase 1 human trials are expected to hit the market first, but the discovery, published today in the online journal mBio, is the forerunner in a therapeutic that could combat all filoviruses that have resulted in outbreaks in Africa.

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History Mystery Challenge

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The Boy With Divine Powers - Documentary

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We Care

  Filming Every Country In A Single Day

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Science Discoveries

  25 Modern Science And Technologies You'd Swear Are Science Fiction  

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The child and his mother: by Jun Z

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The Moon Tonight

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Environmental science

  Mount Rainier Ray and Sunrise   The photo shows a singular crepuscular ray stretching from Mount Rainer. The image, taken by Sally Budack and first published by Earth Science Picture of the Day, was captured from Tacoma, Washington, on December 27, 2009. The Sun was positioned directly behind Mount Rainier allowing its triangular shadow to enhance  the crimson sunup. Crepuscular rays, also referred to as Rays of Buddha and Ropes

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The Story of The Betterfly Lovers

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Orion: Trial By Fire

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7 Of The Most Beautiful Fox Species In The World

7 Of The Most Beautiful Fox Species In The World We know how much you guys love foxes, so we thought we’d introduce you some of the most beautiful and striking types of foxes out there so you’d know which type is your favorite! The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is what usually comes to mind when you hear the word “fox,” which makes sense since it can be found throughout the Northern hemisphere. But this diverse and adaptive genus has species all over the world, all of which are especially adapted to thrive in their environments. If you love foxes and think they look better in the wild than they do around someone’s neck, then you’ll definitely love seeing all of these foxes in their natural element! Fennec Fox Image credits: Francisco Mingorance Fennec foxes, native to North Africa and the Sahara desert, are distinguished by their large ears, which serve to dissipate their body heat. These ears give them such good hearing that they can even hear their prey moving under the sand. Their cream-colored fur helps them deflect heat during the day and stay warm at night. (Image credits: animalgalleries.org) Red Fox Image credits: Roeselien Raimond Image credits: Kai Fagerström Image credits: Wenda Atkin  

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7 things you need to know about the last sequentia

7 things you need to know about the last sequential date in your mortal life  By Max Knoblauch

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The Poems Blog

5 Famous Moon Poems   What is it about the moon that eternally moves us and sometimes drives us crazy? Surely, it’s power over us is a force of Nature. But, is it really? One ancient mythology records our moon came into Earth’s orbit around 13,000 years ago. That mind-opening account, along with the hollow moon theory and reptilian connection are all evidence of our ages old fascination and deep emotional link with the shining celestial body.  A

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The Movie You would like to Watch

The Movies You would like to watch 9. Ai WeiWei: Never Sorry -  Official Trailer a film by Alison Klayman

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Chinese New Year by Jun Z

Chinese Lantern Festival   Lantern - Hello China 

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Nature by Jun Z

Red sprites and blue jets

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Pi Day

10 pi facts for the most irrational Pi Day of your life  by BY ANDREA ROMANO This isn't just any Pi Day. It's singularly the most perfect Pi Day that will ever happen in your lifetime. For 24 hours, Pi Day 2015 will be the one and only Pi Day in the next 100 years that will actually reflect the first five numbers in everyone's favorite irrational number, pi, which is 3.1415. The next time pie lovers and pi lovers alike will see such an event will not be until March 14, 2115. Math nerds everywhere: Rejoice in the sweet, sweet sequential glory of the day. Eat some pie. Do some math. Time really is a flat circle.

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Math Quotes by Jun Z

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New Blog Post Reserved by Jun Z

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Humors for today in 2016

This Cat is A Ginius! Cat plays dead to avoid going for a walk...   Thank you for your visit :)

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9 Easy Gift Wrapping Ideas and Solutions

9 Easy Gift Wrapping Ideas and Solutions Odd-size item? No box? No paper? No problem! With a few household items, you can create any number of pretty packages. Check out our top holiday gift-wrapping ideas. 

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The Humors For Today 1

Ten Funny Definitions To Brighten Your Day 1. Accountant - someone you hire to explain that you didn't make the money you did.

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The Best Adventure Films of 2015

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Simply Amazing in This World 1

Amazing Friendship Between a Bear, Lion, and Tiger Who All Live Peacefully Together By Jenny Zhang  

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Newest Post 2016-1

RARE FOOTAGE: Stingray Giving Birth Boy Delivers 12 Stingrays!

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Charlie Chaplin by Jun Z

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Newest post 2016-2

8 HOBBIES TO HELP REDUCE STRESS

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The Most Effective Alkalizing Foods

  Alkaline Food List: The Most Effective Alkalizing Foods To Reset Alkaline Balance And Prevent Cancer

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Food Cravings Are a Sign of Mineral Deficiencies

These Unhealthy Food Cravings Are a Sign of Mineral Deficiencies   1. INTRODUCTION Most of us have, at one point in our lives, experienced intensecravings for unhealthy foods. Whether it be for chocolate, donuts, salty snacks or refined carbs, our bodies appear to want them — and we’re often all too happy to submit. There’s just one problem: Eating these foods doesn’t seem to end the cravings. What is going on here? Are our bodies playing a cruel joke on us? Well, not quite. Science now understands that these cravings are a sign that your body needs certain minerals that can be found in unhealthy foods but are best acquired from whole foods. Indeed, only by acquiring minerals from natural sources, in which all nutrients are optimized for superior absorption, can we hope to finally end the cravings that plague our lives.

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Today's the day!

  Today's the day!

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Newest Post 2016-3

  22 Sweet and Surreal Illustrations by SHOUT By Alice Yoo October 24, 2010   Italian illustrator Alessandro Gottardo's beautiful, open and inviting illustrations have been featured in major newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, The Economist and Newsweek among others. He's won numerous awards including the gold medal from The Society of Illustrators New York in 2009. Gottardo's clever illustrations show us why a minimalist approach can go a long way in telling a story. By taking out all that's unnecessary and distilling ideas down to very basic forms and shapes, Gottardo makes us believe that complicated concepts can be illustrated in surprisingly simple ways. Love the sweet and surreal nature to these.

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Wonderful China

Mysterious Avatar Home - Zhangjiajie Tianmen Mountain, China

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Simply Amazing in this world 2

Incredible Views You Could Only See if You Were a Bird I   1. Barcelona, ​​Spain

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When I Began to Love Myself

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We Care - The Challenge the Earth Faces

Watch This Non-Celebrity Bring A Room Full Of World Leaders To A Standing Ovation

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The 4 Video Clip

  4 Video Clips That Will Completely Change The Way You Look At The World The video at the bottom of this article contains 4 different clips about consciousness that will completely change the way you look at our world. #1: Charlie Chaplin's speech from 'The Great Dictator'   #2: A conversation on consciousness from 'My Dinner with Andre'   #3: "I'm mad as Hell and I'm not going to take it anymore" from 'Network'   #4: Dylan Ratigan (rightfully) loses it on air

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How to store your bread

Here's Why You Should NEVER Refrigerate Your Bread Because you knead to know.   Is your refrigerator running? Well, don't put your bread in it. The truth is, if you want to keep your bread fresher for longer, wrapping it in plastic and storing it in the fridge is the worst thing you can do. FABRICE LEROUGE VIA GETTY IMAGES

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Spicy Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Spicy Whole Roasted Cauliflower Forget florets--roast the whole cauliflower ERIN MCDOWELL Roasted cauliflower? Been there, done that. But roasting a whole head of cauliflower? Now we’ve got your attention.

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Newest Post 2016-4 by Jun

Jellyfish in Motion   Animation shows how a moon jelly propels itself using spinning wheels of water

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Heart Shaped Cookies the Easy Way

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tWitch & Allison's Dance Challenge

'tWitch & Allison's Dance Challenge,' Episode 7

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12 Inspirational Quotes All Animal Lovers Should

12 Inspirational Quotes All Animal Lovers Should Know "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." — Anatole France Reddit/karpenterskids

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My Listing Blog Posts

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Sweet potato, thyme and Parmesan flower tart

  Sweet potato, thyme and Parmesan flower tart recipe

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15 Powerful Quotes About Being Strong

15 Powerful Quotes About Being Strong  

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Newest Post 2016-5 by Jun

The Music Industry's Battle Against Plastic Junk Touring artists are using their unique influence to help festival organizers move away from single-use plastic Reusable bottles and cup at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Brandise Danesewich

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The 40 Ways to Relax in 5 Minutes or Less

40 Ways to Relax in 5 Minutes or Less Part 1 There are 364 new emails in the inbox, those new pants are covered in scalding coffee, and the next conference call starts in exactly five minutes. In other words, it’s the perfect time to relax. When we’re feeling frazzled, a weekend at a beach resort might be just the thing to calm our nerves. But there isn’t always time for tanning, let alone sleeping, eating, or going to the bathroom. Luckily we’ve rounded up 40 ways to relieve stress in just five minutes or less. Fromsipping tea to trying some pranayama breathing, all these tactics can create calm during tough times.

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15 Wonderful Quotes About Life From Children’s Boo

15 Wonderful Quotes About Life From Children’s Books Sometimes the perfect inspiration comes from our childhood.   1. Antoine de Saint Exupéry, The Little Prince The most important things in life are not what you can see, but what you feel. 2. J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan Via cdn1.disneybaby.com Never doubt yourself, it will only hold you back. 3. Roald Dahl, The Twits Via pinterest.com Always keep a positive mindset, it will improve your outlook on the world. 4. Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Only you can determine the path you choose. 5. Judith Viorst, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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15 QUOTES FROM UNKNOWN AUTHORS

15 QUOTES FROM UNKNOWN AUTHORS THAT ARE SIMPLY AMAZING   Often times when it comes to a tidbit of knowledge, the author is more important than the message. People give weight to certain sayings and quotes simply based on who wrote them. But what about the unknown authors of the world? are their insights any less valuable? I think some of the greatest quotes I have ever read came from sources that were either unknown or obscure. It’s not who said it, it is what was said that matters. Here are 15 of my favorite quotes from unknown authors. If you recognize one, make sure to point out who it is from!

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Garlic Soup Made With 52 Cloves of Garlic Can

Garlic Soup Made With 52 Cloves of Garlic Can Defeat Colds, Flu and Even Norovirus by JOHN SUMMERLY Forget the flu shot. A soup based on more than 50 cloves of garlic, onions, thyme and lemon will destroy almost any virus that enters its path including colds, flu and even norovirus. 

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7 Insane Ways Music Affects The Body

  7 Insane Ways Music Affects The Body (According to Science) The world is chock full of ear hurt that some people willingly refer to as music. The Jonas Brothers, Lady Gaga, Conway Twitty; they all produce high quality records and 8-tracks for our enjoyment whether we like it or not. But music--even terrible music--has a stunning amount of power over our bodies. For instance science says music can... #7. Repair Brain Damage Slapping neuroscience right across the face, music is able to take stroke, lesion or other brain-damaged patients who have lost the partial ability to see or speak and return it to them. The Kenny Rogers Effect--not named because it deals with gorging yourself on chicken or replacing your old, grandfatherly face with a shiny new rubber one--takes patients with visual neglect, the inability to recognize half of what they see, and lightens the effects of the damage. Patients who only shave half their face or grab for the right boob at a strip club can now put that dollar bill in the left or right side of her thong. The Gambler never stops being awesome. As long as she's dancing to Kenny Rogers... Patients with left-side brain damage who can no longer speak can find they are able to sing words, often without trouble or training. After that, it's just a matter of time before they're able to speak simple sentences with practice. That may not sound like much, but if you've ever tried to order a side of fries with left-hand only charades you'll understand what a blessing this can be. How Does it Work? Melodic intonation therapy, or singing until you can talk, takes advantage of the fact that language functions are located in the left brain, but music lives over on the right side of the brain. So, when that asshole stroke robs you of your ability to speak, you can train your brain to move those functions to the other side by associating music with language. This essentially rewires a lifetime of growth and an entire history of evolution into meaninglessness interpretations of random head noises from a guy who hasn't shaved his beard since the 70s. Listening to actual non-terrible music has an additional effect, since pleasurable music releases dopamine that simply makes certain parts of your brain function better (particularly if they were damaged before). Dopamine is your brain's natural crack In a nutshell, music gives your brain a massage and fills it with happy chemicals, turning you from a one-eyed mute into an Island in the Stream. #6. Kick an Addiction

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The Problems I am facing right now

The Problems I am facing right now   My bids and purchases do not contribute to build the Circle of Trust.  Recently, I found that my gauges are bleeding(dramatically in the deep red areas) from 100% green. Even if I am working hard as usual. I have to investigate about it. I have several sets of screen shots. Here is the results of one example, please see the screen shots.

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The Best and Worst Foods to Eat When You Sick

The Best and Worst Foods to Eat When You're Sick

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21 Native American Proverbs That Touch The Soul

21 Native American Proverbs That Touch The Soul

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Words of Wisdom Parent Needs to Give Their Child

40 Words of Wisdom Every Parent Needs to Give Their Child

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Newest Post 2016-6

  25 Inspiring Self-Confidence Quotes   If you have days, weeks, months, or even years when your confidence is low, please know you’re not alone. Whether it’s circumstantial or chronic, low self-confidence impacts all of us at different points in our lives. Even those born with a more positive personality type have times when they doubt their abilities or feel incapable of success. Lacking faith in our abilities, our attractiveness, or our relationship skills is a common theme in the human drama. Life regularly presents us with difficulties and challenges, some of which we’ve carried since childhood. Self-confidence isn’t developed by escaping these difficulties, but rather it’s nurtured and strengthened by the way we respond to these circumstances and how we view ourselves in spite of them. The foundation for self-confidence is embracing your inherent value and capacity for success, even as you recognize you’ll meet challenges and failure along the way. Self-confidence is trusting that ultimately you have what it takes to be who you want to be. Of course we all need support and reminders of this truth. We need something or someone to jar us from our entrenched negative thinking so we can retrain our brains to accept the positive truth about our potential for greatness.

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Gustav Mahler

Gustav Mahler Mahler's Biography   Image credit

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Newest Post 2016-7

The Violin bridge – it’s probably not there for the reason you think it is! It’s a little piece of wood that sits under the strings of an instrument like the violin. And if you think it’s purpose is to hold the strings up off the body of the instrument – well yes, it does do that, but that’s only part of the story.

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15 Inspirational Quotes From Wayne Dyer

15 Quotes From Wayne Dyer That Will Inspire You To Live Your Best Life Right Now

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Amazing Airline Travel Hacks You'll love to know

19 Amazing Airline Travel Hacks You'll Need for Your Next Flight 1. Get extra Wi-Fi time by rolling back your computer’s clock. Via Fly.com If an airport gives you an hour of Wi-Fi, make two hours out of it by rolling back the system clock before the first hour is up.

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Creamy Corn Pasta With Basil

  Creamy Corn Pasta With Basil  MELISSA CLARK  YIELD3 to 4 servings  TIME30 minutes

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Photos of Little Kids Reading to Shelter Cat

These Adorable Photos of Little Kids Reading to Shelter Cats These photos from the Book Buddies program are an overload of adorableness. The program is operated by the Animal Rescue League of Berks County, Penn. and invites children in grades 1–8 to visit the shelter and read to cats waiting for adoption. It helps the kids practice reading and provides the cats with interaction with a new friend.   1.

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The 20 Most Scenic Drives In America

The 20 Most Scenic Drives In America   Sometimes the road less traveled is the road best traveled.  With the Toyota Prius c , you can get crazy mpg as you take in the most amazing scenic routes ever! 1. FLORIDA: Overseas Highway   Getty Images/National Geographic Creative Mike Theiss 2. MAINE: Maine Coast   Getty Images/iStockphoto amolson7 3. MASSACHUSETTS: Mohawk Trail   ToddC4176 (CC BY-SA http://3.0) / Via en.wikipedia.org 4. TENNESSEE: Lookout Mountain Parkway   Getty Images/iStockphoto epantha 5. LOUISIANA: Bayou Byways   Getty Images/iStockphoto eternity65 6. TEXAS: Big Bend and Beyond

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Turtle Thumbprint Cookie

Turtle Thumbprint Cookies This cookie is basically like a brownie bite with a caramel center, coated in pecans! YUM. They look beautiful and impressive but they’re really easy to make! You can drizzle the tops with melted chocolate, or sprinkle sea salt on top.  An easy Turtle Thumbprint Cookies recipe.  Decadent chocolate cookies rolled in pecans and filled with soft caramel. I whipped up these gorgeous cookies with the boys today.  This recipe is terrific in that you can have little helpers for almost every step and that can’t really mess anything up :) The cookies are just beautiful and would be perfect to bring to any party this holiday season and simple enough that you can easily make up a batch for your family any night of the week.  I love the classic “turtle”combination of caramel, pecans, and chocolate – it just doesn’t get any better than this! Ingredients: 1 egg, divided 1/2 c butter, room temperature 2/3 c sugar 2 Tbls milk 1 Tbls vanilla 1 cup flour 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 tsp salt 16 caramels 3 Tbls heavy whipping cream 1 1/4 cups chopped pecans 1 tsp shortening 1/2 c semi-sweet chocolate chips Yields about 2 1/2 dozen cookies. Directions: Beat butter with an electric mixer for 30 seconds.  Add sugar and continue beating until combined and creamy.  Add egg yolk, milk, and vanilla and beat until well combined. Sift flour, cocoa powder, and salt together in a separate bowl.  Add flour mixture to the butter mixture a little at a time {trying to avoid a cocoa cloud – quite messy!} and beat until well combined. Wrap the cookie dough in plastic wrap and chill for a couple hours. Chop the pecans pretty fine… Enlist helpers to unwrap the caramels.

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25 Amazing Facts About Your Heart

25 Amazing Facts About Your Heart That Are Hard To Beat Did you know that when a choir sings their heart rates synchronize? These are 25 amazing facts about your heart that are hard to beat!

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2016-7

思慕的人 Yearning Person 小提琴: 梁茜雯 / Chien-Wen Liang (編曲:石青如)

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All about Blood Pressure Posts

BPA in Cans and Plastic Bottles Linked to Quick Rise in Blood Pressure  

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20 Foods That You Have to Avoid at All Cost

20 Foods That You Have to Avoid at All Cost Photo by: Bigstockphoto   Looks can be deceiving. While processed foods and white flour are popular unhealthy food items, even a number of healthy ones are surprisingly harmful to the health! In today’s post, we are listing down some of the unhealthiest foods you have to avoid at all cost:

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15 Life Lessons From Primatologist Jane Goodall

15 Life Lessons Learned From Primatologist Jane Goodall BY  JEANNETTE DOZIER In the world of biology, Jane Goodall is one of the biggest rockstars, drawing huge crowds and attention everywhere she goes. Having dedicated her life to the study of chimpanzees and crusading to save our planet, Goodall’s work is full of passion and meaning. Here are a few lessons we can learn from her.

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The Moonlight Post

Moonlight

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The Words of Wisdom

The Words of Wisdom 

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The Secret Language of Flowers

  Explore: The Secret Language of Flowers   A fresh flower arrangement is one of our favorite little luxuries here at LaurenConrad.com. It’s the perfect easy way to add a pop of color and a fresh burst of fragrance to your space. But if you’ve been picking out blooms based on appearance alone, it’s time to take a look at the meaning behind them. From Victorian era Britain to ancient Japan, many cultures throughout history have assigned meaning to flowers. Whether you’re decoding the arrangement the new guy you’re seeing sent or deciding which blooms belong in your bridal bouquet, the language of flowers is both interesting and surprisingly useful, too. Take a peek…

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2016-8

Barbra Streisand with Hugh Jackman- Any Moment Now

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Edna Lewis’s Peach Cobbler

Edna Lewis’s Peach Cobbler    KIM SEVERSON   YIELD6 to 8 servings This delicious cobbler, which was featured in a Times article about fruit desserts, is designed to let the incandescent flavor of summer peaches shine, and it’s best made when they are in season. Edna Lewis, the careful cook from Virginia whose books are considered definitive in the Southern culinary canon, often suggested a lattice top for it, with bits of raw dough tucked into the filling before baking. Serve the result warm with ice cream or whipped cream, or all by itself.   Featured in: Sonkers, Grunts, Slumps And Crumbles.      Andrew Sullivan for The New York Times   INGREDIENTS FOR THE PASTRY

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Newest Post 2016-8

Desktop Diaries: Oliver Sacks

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Incredible Metal Sculptures in New Zealand

Incredible Metal Sculptures in New Zealand defy reality and gravity by Milo Summer ‘The majority of my work has more holes in it than substance – it’s about looking through things, not just at things. There’s always an element of surprise.’ These are the words of Kiwi artist Neil Dawson. Dawson’s sculptures seem to defy reality, mostly suspended above urban areas with the sky as a backdrop, they sometimes appear to be whimsical doodles drawn straight on to the real world. Made primarily using aluminium and stainless steel Dawson’s works of art interact effortlessly with the urban areas around them. From geometric shapes to recognisable 3D objects, his suspended sculptures manage to become part of their surroundings while also standing completely alone in empty space. ‘There’s something sanctified about a gallery environment because the works are physically and visually static,’ says Dawson, ‘With public sculpture there’s a real dynamism because it’s constantly changing with the light and the elements’. Via Beautiful Decay SHARE

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Date Bran Jingle Balls

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Chilled Cucumber Soup With Avocado Toast

Chilled Cucumber Soup With Avocado Toast

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2016-9

Who Will Light Your Path - Chris Eckman feat Anita Lipnicka

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Newest Post 2016-9

Rainbow in a Tree This eucalyptus’ kaleidoscopic bark is a photographer’s delight. by Andrew P. Han, on November 6, 2013 The Willy Wonka candy coloration of the rainbow eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta) makes it a photographer’s delight. “It’s like a botanical kaleidoscope,” says David Lorence, Director of Science at the National Tropical Botanical Garden in Kalaheo, Hawaii.

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Grilled Eggplant Salad

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White Peaches, Pistachios, Honey and Ricotta

White Peaches, Pistachios, Honey and Ricotta JEFF GORDINIER  YIELD4 servings   TIME10 minutes This recipe is based on a dish from the chef Seamus Mullen of Tertulia in New York. It’s inspired by a Catalan honey-and-cheese dessert called mel i mató, with an unexpected sprinkle of pistachios and fresh peaches. After falling ill, Mr. Mullen changed his diet to focus more on ingredients with anti-inflammatory effects. Many such foods, like stone fruits, often play a central role in the Spanish cuisine he specializes in.

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Hearts in San Francisco

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Wonderful Life Song

Wonderful Life -  Black   HD Widescreen 16:9

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Newest Post 2016-10

  Frankincense Oil The Oil that Can Cure Migraines, Anxiety, Depressions, and Even Cancer Frankincense oil is known as the King of Oils – and it truly deserves this title. I use it daily to promote my health and if I ever had to choose just one oil to have, it would be frankincense. Frankincense has a long history of being used as a prized and precious essential oil. Historically it was used by the Babylonians, Assyrians and Egyptians in religious ceremonies, and as a resin for balms and salves. And of course, the three wise men brought frankincense to the baby Jesus as an offering. Frankincense is taken from Boswellias when it is extracted from the bark of the tree. The milky-white sap will quickly harden to a resin and then be scraped off the tree in the form of pear-shaped droplets. The color and quality of this resin varies greatly, from the highest quality (clear and silvery in color) to the lowest (of a brown-yellow hue). Today, the essential oil, acquired by steam distillation of the resin, is widely used and holds great therapeutic value. The following uses of Frankincense are based upon my own personal experience.

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2016-10

Picasso and Dance. Parade, 1917

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Mini Caramel Apples Recipe

Mini Caramel Apples Recipe “Learn how to make easy & delicious mini caramel apple bites! Easy recipe, perfect for fall parties!” A few years ago I made these apple crisp caramel apples which I think are EVERYTHING!!! Mainly because I’m not too big on the whole candy apple thing, but these caramel apples were so doggone good! It’s not that I don’t like candy apples it’s just that after a few bites I’m over it. This is why I’m so in love with these adorable little mini caramel apples! I saw these on Pinterest and KNEW I had to make these caramel apples with my little men.

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15 Healthiest Foods of All Time

  15 Healthiest Foods of All Time   In a survey of at-home spending patterns on food among US households, the Economic Research Service (ERS) of the US Department of Agriculture revealed Americans are throwing a lot of their food budgets toward very unhealthy foods. The average US household spent most of their food budget (nearly 18 percent) on refined grains followed by sugar and candies (at nearly 14 percent). The next highest category was red meat (mostly from concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs), followed by frozen or refrigerated entrees and beverages.1 In stark contrast, Americans spent less than 0.5 percent of their food budget on dark green vegetables and a similar amount on orange vegetables. Other vegetables made up less than 4 percent of at-home food spending and whole fruits just over 6 percent. As reported by Forbes:2 "It is not that shoppers are spending less than they should on food in general. We spend 17 percent of our food shopping dollars on refined grains (more than three times what is recommended). …And while the USDA recommends spending less than 1 percent on sugar and candies, most Americans spend closer to 14 percent of their food budget on sweets. This means that it is in fact not the desire to save money that makes us eat badly, but our own poor choices." I believe it is partly a matter of making good choices and partly a matter of getting educated about which foods are truly healthy. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to break the bank to eat good food. In fact, many of the healthiest foods that follow are quite economical. Even better, because there are so many healthy foods, you can plan your meals around what's in season… and what's on sale. In order to protect your health, I advise spending 90 percent of your food budgeton whole foods, and only 10 percent on processed foods. Choosing from the list below is a very good start to feeding your family right.   1. Avocado Avocados, which are actually classified as a fruit, are low in fructose and rich in healthy monounsaturated fat and potassium, and research has confirmed the avocado's ability to benefit vascular function and heart health. Personally, I eat a whole avocado virtually every day, which I usually put in my salad. This increases my healthy fat and calorie intake without raising my protein or carbohydrate intake by much. Avocados are also very high in potassium (more than twice the amount found in a banana) and will help balance your vitally important potassium-to-sodium ratio. Avocados also provide close to 20 essential health-boosting nutrients, including fiber, vitamin E, B-vitamins, and folic acid. Besides eating them raw, you can use avocado as a fat substitute in recipes calling for butter or other oils. Another boon of avocados—they're one of the safest fruits you can buy conventionally grown, so you don't need to spend more for organic ones. Their thick skin protects the inner fruit from pesticides. 2. Swiss Chard Swiss chard belongs to the chenopod food family, along with beets and spinach. It's an excellent source of vitamins C, E, and A (in the form of beta-carotene) along with the minerals manganese and zinc.3 When you eat Swiss chard, you get a wealth of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. As reported by the George Mateljan Foundation:4 "The range of phytonutrients in chard is even more extensive than researchers initially suspected, and at this point in time, about three dozen antioxidant phytonutrients have been identified in chard, including betalains (both betacyanins and betaxanthins) and epoxyxanthophylls. Many of these antioxidant phytonutrients provide chard with its colorful stems, stalks, and leaf veins." The betalin pigments in Swiss chard (which are also found in beets) support your body's Phase 2 detoxification process, which is when broken down toxins are bound to other molecules so they can be excreted from your body. Swiss chard also contains an important mix of nutrients, including high amounts of both magnesium and vitamin K1, to support your bone health. In addition, Swiss chard contains a flavonoid called syringic acid, which may help regulate blood sugar and provide benefits to those with diabetes, along with kaempferol, a flavonol that may help fight cancer and lower your risk of chronic diseases including heart disease. 3. Garlic Garlic is rich in manganese, calcium, phosphorus, selenium, and vitamins B6 and C, so it's beneficial for your bones as well as your thyroid. It's thought that much of garlic's therapeutic effect comes from its sulfur-containing compounds, such as allicin, which are also what give it its characteristic smell. Other health-promoting compounds include oligosaccharides, arginine-rich proteins, selenium, and flavonoids.5 There is research demonstrating garlic's effects for more than 160 different diseases.6 In general, its benefits fall into four main categories: Reducing inflammation (reduces the risk of osteoarthritis and other disease associated with inflammation Boosting immune function (antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and antiparasitic properties) Improving cardiovascular health and circulation (protects against clotting, retards plaque, improves lipids, and reduces blood pressure) Toxic to 14 kinds of cancer cells (including brain, lung, breast, gastric, and pancreatic) In addition, garlic may be effective against drug-resistant bacteria, and research has revealed that as allicin digests in your body, it produces sulfenic acid, a compound that reacts with dangerous free radicals faster than any other known compound.7 This is one of the reasons why I named garlic as one of the top seven anti-aging foods you can consume. 4. Sprouts

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Ginger Cucumber Salad With Scallops

Ginger Cucumber Salad With Scallops INGREDIENTS 1 ¼ to 1 ½ pounds cucumber, preferably thin Asian or English variety ½ cup rice vinegar or 1/2 cup white vinegar diluted with 1/4 cup water   2-inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and minced or grated 2 tablespoons sugar

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Raw Blueberry and Kiwi Tart

Raw Blueberry and Kiwi Tart 1 hour to make   Ingredients Vegan, Gluten free, Paleo

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This is so cute!

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32 Reasons Succulents Are The Best Plants Ever

32 Reasons Succulents Are The Best Plants Ever 1 - 12 Maybe even the best things. 1. They’re low-maintenance. instagram.com As long as they’re kept in sunny spots, they only need to be watered about once a week in the summer and once a month in the winter. 2. They come in all kinds of colors. pinterest.com 3. design-seeds.com 4. They’re trippy. instagram.com ‘Sup Fibonacci.

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5 foods you should have every day

5 foods you should have every day   Supercharge your health by adding these power-packed foods to your day Research has long pointed to the fact that small changes result in bigger gains when it comes to diet. And nutritionist Jessie Pattison has just the five fuss-free foods guaranteed to boost your health, without the headache… 1. Blueberry “Blueberries are one of the most flavoursome berries in the world. They’re also very low in calories and sugar, while containing powerful antioxidants and a great kick of vitamins C and K, manganese and dietary fibre,” says Pattison.Opt for the fresh, organic variety wherever possible and work them into your day by sprinkling over cereal and desserts.

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Creative and imaginative Art by Jun Z

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Donauwellen Cake

Donauwellen Cake This elegant cake is called Donauwellen (“Danube waves”) because the layers tend to form wave patterns; also, it is customary to decorate the frosting with a wavy pattern. In Austria and Bavaria, Donauwellen cake can be found in virtually every bakery along the river. With layers of chocolate, vanilla, cream and cherries, this dessert has it all. INGREDIENTS CAKE BATTER: 3/4 lb margarine 1/2 lb white sugar 7 med whole eggs 1/2 lb all-purpose flour

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Hearty Pumpkin Soup

  Pumpkin Soup Once you see the first neighborhood door bearing an Indian corn bouquet, two things tend to come to mind: Halloween and pumpkins. While Halloween is practically a national holiday in America, Europe has joined us in full force. In fact, Halloween is the world’s second-largest commercial holiday after Christmas and each year, from the beginning of October, there are plenty of events and colorful parades taking place throughout Europe. Since Columbus brought the seeds back to the Old World, Europe has embraced the virtues of pumpkin-based cuisine. This quick-and-easy recipe leaves time to add a final flourish of candied walnuts, thyme and thin parmesan shavings over each colorful bowlful.

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2016-11

The Mission - How Great Thou Art - The Piano Guys (Wonder of The World 2 of 7)

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Newest Post 2016-11

A sculpture of Franz Kafka's head faces City Hall in Prague

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fruits and vegetables you should be roasting whole

8 fruits and vegetables you should be roasting whole   Credit: Melissa Breyer  There is something magical that happens when a fruit or vegetable is cooked whole. The flavors often lost to peeling, chopping, seeding and so on are instead invited to stay at the party and the whole shebang mingles under the heat to glorious ends. With foods you may be eating raw, roasting can sweeten and intensify the flavors; for foods you might normally cook anyway, cooking them whole makes for a rich toothsome texture and a lovely presentation as well. Plus, the absence of prep work makes these all exponentially easy and cooking whole can increase nutrients and reduce food waste by making otherwise discarded parts taste delicious. Consider the following.   Grapes What? Yes! Roasted grapes are a revelation. Flavor is intensified and texture is concentrated and they are delicious in both savory and sweet dishes; serve them with cheese or salty things or over Greek yogurt or on top of baked goods. Use them as you would a fruit preserves.Oh gosh, roasted cherries, these are the best. They are plump and busting with deep mellow cherry flavor; and roasting them with their pit gives them an almond-y edge. Some of the juice releases and makes a syrup of sorts, and the whole thing is just beautiful! Serve them over ice cream, with yogurt, on pancakes, in place of cranberries on Thanksgiving, in wintry cocktails, with cheese, on cheesecake, or, basically, with anything. So, in the cooked whole tomatoes department there are the traditional whole stuffed tomatoes, which are good, but never really sparked the wow factor over here. But quickly roasting whole cherry or vine tomatoes is a bit different. They're like the gateway fruit to sun-dried tomatoes (if one needed coaxing). They retain much of their juices, but they become both sweeter and more savory, and their texture takes well to a bit of heat.  Kitchen Life of a Navy Wife/CC BY 2.0    The method couldn't be easier: Heat oven to 425F, spread grapes in a single layer on a pan, add a little olive or almond oil, sprinkle with salt or sugar, toss. Cook for just under 10 minutes, until they start to caramelize a bit and the skin begins to split.   Cherries

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Celery Toasts

  Celery Toasts This was the first recipe that the chef and writer Gabrielle Hamilton brought to The Times as an Eat columnist for the Sunday magazine in 2016, a snack-tray-sandwich version of a celery-and-fennel salad served at her restaurant, Prune, in the East Village. It calls for thick, white toasted Pullman bread spread wall to wall with unsalted butter, with slices of blue cheese neatly laid on top, below a mound of shaved celery and thinly sliced scallions dressed in garlic, olive oil, lemon juice and salt, and the whole shebang dusted in ground black pepper before being cut in halves or quarters. "The ingredients come from the grocery store," she wrote in her column. "These toasts are not expensive or intimidating, but they are outstanding."

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Eat To Beat Stress by Jun Z

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Sticky Cranberry Gingerbread Dessert

Sticky Cranberry Gingerbread

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Spicy Red Pepper Cranberry Relish

  Spicy Red Pepper Cranberry Relish This is one of Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Recipes you would love to have.                                             YIELDAbout 2 cups  TIME30 minutes

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Delicious Pecan Pie Truffles

  Pecan Pie Truffles These festive truffles from Hannah Kaminsky, a columnist at VegNews Magazine, combine the rich flavors of pecan pie under a thin layer of smooth chocolate. Like traditional rum balls, these offer a slightly alcoholic kick, so be sure to monitor any underage guests.

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Beautiful Music To Enjoy 2016-12

THE PRAYER with Lyrics - Celine Dion & Andrea Bocelli

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Newest Post 2016-12

  My New Year Wishes to You All ...

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Life, Love, Inspiration - 1

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Lemon, Rosewater & Pistachio Cake

Lemon, Rosewater & Pistachio Cake  

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Spicy Peanut Stew With Ginger and Tomato Dish

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Carnation Flower Meaning

Carnation Flower Meaning The presence of a carnation flower anywhere signifies divinity. The literal meaning of ‘carnation flower’ is the ‘flower of love’, while it is also sometimes referred to as the ‘flower of god’. Therefore, a carnation flower is considered auspicious in several circles. Its hues of pink, red, peach and orange brighten the atmosphere of the place where it is kept and also helps lift the mood. While most of us are aware of the fact that a carnation flower was first notified in Greek and Latin history, did you know that each color of carnation flower bears a separate meaning? Did you know that the carnation flower has graced the earth for the past 2000 years? These are some of the strange but interesting facts associated with carnation flowers, facts which also make the flower fascinating for us.

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Beautiful music to enjoy 2017-1

If You Are My Love 悲傷(星華的回憶與想念!) - 張中立原创 Sadness (Xinghua's memories and thoughts)  - by Zhang, Lizhong

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Newest Post 2017-1

Lunar New Year's Celebration: Korea vs. China vs. Vietnam

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Huangshan – the Most Beautiful Mountain in China

Huangshan – the Most Beautiful Mountain in China Part 1 With rapid modernisation over the last 30 years, for most people a holiday to China brings to mind futuristic skyscrapers, enormous shopping centres, countless restaurants, dazzling fashion and large crowds in the commercial cities such as Shanghai and Guang Zhou. Measured as the world’s 3rd largest, China is in fact one of the most biodiverse countries outside of the tropics. Its vastness and diversity endow the landscape with some of the most breathtaking natural scenery on earth.

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The Movies You would like to watch

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Year of the Rooster — Chinese Zodiac

Year of the Rooster — Chinese Zodiac One Get to Know the Year of the Rooster Personality: Steady, diligent and certain Rooster years: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017 and 2029. The year of the Rooster is tenth in the 12-year cycle of animal years in the Chinese zodiac. The Rooster is the only bird in the zodiac. People born in Rooster years have some of the characteristics of the bird. 2017 is a Fire Rooster year, beginning on January 28, 2017 and continuing until February 15, 2018. Year of the Rooster does not start from January 1st. Because Chinese lunar calender is different from Gregorian calendar. Let’s see the forecasts for Roosters in 2017.

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2017-2

The Sound Of Silence - Dana Winner - Lyrics

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Newest Post 2017-2

9 simple pleasures that don’t cost a thing but time

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Ward Thomas - Carry You Home

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2017-3

Frederic Francois Chopin - Joie De Vivre

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Newest Post 2017-3

Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds

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Newest Post 2017-4

  Zen's Stories

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2017- 4 and 5

Norah Jones – Black Hole Sun

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Newest Blog 2017-6 and 7

Super Science Fireworks

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2017-6

Nick Cave - To Be By Your Side

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Beautiful Music to Enjoy 2017-7

Jacqueline's Tears