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Forget the puzzles, games, and mental exercises. There's an easier way to boost your brain power. Getty
Errands are never an enjoyable task and they almost always seem to take longer than they should. If you'd rather spend your time being productive or just goofing off, here's how you can reclaim your free time by offloading your most annoying errands to specialized services. Photo remixed with photos by Tom Marsh and mie.university . A lot of our recurring purchases are low-priority from both a budget and time angle.
Pretty simple. When I read something I like, I try to write it down. In no particular order, here are 50 things I've read lately that, for one reason or another, caught my attention.
i have been pretty bad at keeping my little blog post up to date on all the comings and goings at number 10 the green. mostly because its been so darn busy, but no excuses! lots off little stories combined: ground floor coffee shop is a reality in the very near future. its been a collective dream for many years and it is so exciting to be working towards it. my role in making this little world of awesomeness happen is: marketing and staff training manager, with a lot of voluntary interior design and brand championing on the side! it is crazy and busy and fun and challenging and amazing all rolled into one funky little package. my job this week: to market the near opening of ground floor coffee shop at the kings arms church carol services, their biggest events of the year. lots of visitors, lots of tenants at kings house, all needing to know that we are coming. soon!
Everyone knows exercise plays an important role in our general health, but whether its a lack of motivation, the need to travel to the gym, the cost of equipment, or simply know-how, these supposed obstacles often stand in our way. In reality, all you need is yourself. Here's how you can get a full-body workout with nothing but your body. Note: To be clear, some of the exercises we'll be discussing in this post will require more than just you. For example, you might need to borrow a table in your home or place your feet underneath the couch. While most of the exercises won't require any external objects, the ones that do will be things you'll have access to virtually anywhere.
Writing a new blog post for today was one of the items on my “to do” list . I knew I’d write in the evening because the day was scheduled to work with one of my organizing clients . I hadn’t decided exactly what I wanted to write and was “on the lookout” for some inspiration.
H ere are 120 things you can do starting today to help you think faster, improve memory, comprehend information better and unleash your brain’s full potential. Solve puzzles and brainteasers .
Remember when I was going to post a flower project every Friday and then I stopped doing it because I kept forgetting it's Friday? Well, today I’m rectifying that, even though technically this is Monday. Let’s just pretend it’s Friday, okay? I could go back and alter the date so it looks like I posted this on Friday but that seems dishonest and technologically complicated. Also, this project is no big whoop because I have pretty much posted it already . Only difference this time is that I’m using a plastic bag to make a bow for a wine bottle, because, let’s face it, there’s a good chance you are giving away some wine bottles in the next few weeks.
first image 'puzzleboard' puzzleboard by netherland based design studio OOOMs is a multipurpose board that can be used both for cutting or as serving plate. by combining boards together, you can extend your workspace ideal for cutting french breads. wine glasses can also fit conveniently into the indented groove of the board. using these beech wood blocks at parties allows guests to enjoy both wine and delicacies while still having one hand free to greet other friends. the puzzleboard can come in two sizes: 17, 5 cm x 29cm x 1,7 cm 6,9 cm x 11,4 cm x 0,67 inch <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>