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The Ultimate List You Should Follow To Have A Better Life. Trying To Discover Your Life Purpose? These 6 Tips Can Help You. Do you know what your life purpose is?

Trying To Discover Your Life Purpose? These 6 Tips Can Help You

Many adults and young people are unsure of what they want to do with their lives; however, having a purpose within your life will bring you happiness, motivation, and direction. Here are six methods to help you discover your life purpose. 1. Think About What You Loved To Do As A Child Children freely embrace their passions and are often encouraged by their parents to pursue their hobbies. After you have asked yourself each question, ask yourself the reason why, and take time to think about your answers. 2. You'll Decide To Use More Visual Aids After Reading This Infographic. Visual Aids serve many purposes: these include reviving memory, adding to thinking abilities, and helping brain power.

You'll Decide To Use More Visual Aids After Reading This Infographic

Maintaining your brain’s health is equally important as maintaining your body’s health. With the use of visual aids you will increase brain capacity and overall brain usage. Check out this infographic as it will help you understand why visual means are an essential part of everyday life. Jogging memory in the proper direction is an integral way to define the brain power and help keep it going and running. Cheapest Booze for Your Buck. 10 Scientifically Proven Ways To Stay Happy All The Time. How do you stay happy all the time?

10 Scientifically Proven Ways To Stay Happy All The Time

Is it possible and is there any proof that these ways can work? In this post I want to show you 10 ways that are scientifically proven. If this does not convince you, then I do not know what will! 1. Productivity News, Resources and Columns. Watch Free Documentaries Online. Book Cheap Fares You Find on ITA Matrix with Hipmunk. LA Secrets - Hidden Oil Derricks Underground Prohibition Tunnels And More. Since the only "secret" you know about in LA is that there are these canyons you can drive through as an alternative to the 405 (REALLY GUYS!!!)

LA Secrets - Hidden Oil Derricks Underground Prohibition Tunnels And More

, get far more into the actual nitty gritty with this guide to the real secrets of LA, including invisible oil derricks, underground prohibition tunnels, and "Ponyland". 1. One of the best views in the city? Try a public tennis court on a rooftop in WeHo. On the first floor of the parking facility at 647 North San Vicente Blvd (adjacent to the West Hollywood Library), stop into the cashier’s office to exchange your ID for a free key card, then take the elevator to the roof and step out onto the smooth, clean West Hollywood Park Tennis Courts.

Flickr/Maggie Mbroh 3. As long as you buy a drink from the bar/cafe at the hotel, you can wander through the Kyoto Garden atop the DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown. Isis Aquarian/Source Family 4. Pin by Mary B on Crafts. Pin by Misty Clark Ochoa on Fabric Flowers. Bead on Pinterest. Assembly Home Fabric Cord Kit. 1246 rue Sainte-Catherine O.

Assembly Home Fabric Cord Kit

Montréal H3G 1P1 (514) 874-0063 HEURES D'OUVERTURE: 10h00 - 21h00 Lundi au vendredi 10h00 - 19h00 Samedi 11h00 - 18h00 Dimanche 509 rue Saint-Joseph E. Québec G1K 3B7 (418) 529-2647. Assembly Home Airy Wood Pendant Light. Grey orange necklace Crochet beaded necklace Gift for her Rustic jewe… Pin by StellaLunaShop on knots. Tutorial: Make faux scrimshaw pendants. "Scrimshaw" was the name given to amateur artforms practiced by sailors on long ocean voyages, usually on whaling hunts.

Tutorial: Make faux scrimshaw pendants

It most commonly refers to carved bone, usually the teeth or other bones harvested from slain whales. Today there are many restrictions on the use of ivory, even in the most prestigious of arts; this is understandable, since the material requires the death of living animals that share this earth with us. Many of these are endangered species because of centuries of hunting for their bones, teeth, and tusks. We do not want to encourage the killing of these animals or the trading of their parts, so instead we will use polymer clay and some other materials to recreate the look of aged scrimshaw. Part I - Making Your Scrimshaw Materials - Polymer clay (I used FIMO here, but any kind would work), in white, ivory, pearl, or any variation of off-white color. . - Some kind of sharp tool. Pin by Zehra Talas on Heart. Embroidered Laser Cut Pendant. Pin by Raphael Rousseau on Laser cut jewelry.

Pin by Raphael Rousseau on Laser cut jewelry. Ky04.jpg (JPEG Image, 550 × 429 pixels) Il_fullxfull.268723261.jpg (JPEG Image, 1500 × 1125 pixels) - Scaled (63%) Shrinky Dinks Craft Ideas. Freelancer - Start Bootstrap Theme. 4.3 Restoring Post.Office 3.0 Only - NT Only - My system crashed.

Freelancer - Start Bootstrap Theme

How do I restore Post.Office from my standard, full system backup files? Once you have re-installed NT, you must re-install Post.Office on the machine by: - Running Setup.exe - Accessing Post.Office as "Postmaster" to complete the Installation Wrap-up Form After Post.Office has been re-installed, stop the Post.Office service. Make sure that you are logged in as the Local Administrator of your host. Logging in as the Domain Administrator is not sufficient unless the machine you are using is a Primary Domain Controller.

Using REGEDT32 restore the backup version of your Post.Office Registry key from disk on top of the existing Post.Office Registry key Highlight HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\\Post.Office Select Registry -> Restore -> specify filename of Post.OfficeRegKey backup (suggested backup name was: Post.Officev3.0RegKey) Copy the PostOfficeDir directory from backup over the new PostOfficeDir directory. Bird Pattern Stock Photos, Bird Pattern Stock Photography, Bird Pattern Stock Images. Geometric Necklace. A Busy Bee Month! I was so busy I've neglected my blog for awhile (Thanks, Josie for reminding me!)

A Busy Bee Month!

, but I'm back and here's why I've been busy as a bee. There is a shrinkable plastic bangle that I've wanted to post about but have yet to get really nice photos for it. May Blogging Business Artisans Challenge – Shrinky Dink Flower Jewelry. By Natashalh on May 25, 2013 This month’s Blogging Business Artisans challenge is to create something with flowers.

May Blogging Business Artisans Challenge – Shrinky Dink Flower Jewelry

I actually make necklaces, bracelets, and magnets with real foliage and flowers, but I wanted to try something new for this project. Gg65799097.jpg (JPEG Image, 170 × 170 pixels) _nbdxhueHIN1rqgyxuo1_500.jpg (JPEG Image, 500 × 500 pixels) Sea-waves-island-vector-vintage-graphic-tk11228366.jpg (JPEG Image, 380 × 269 pixels) Craft Blog / Vibrant Shrink Plastic Earrings & Book Feature Wired Beautiful by COLOURlovers. Do you like making jewelry?

Craft Blog / Vibrant Shrink Plastic Earrings & Book Feature Wired Beautiful by COLOURlovers

Do you like playing with shrink plastic? Perfect—me too! Shrink plastic offers endless possibilities when it comes to creating personalized jewelry. When it’s in its final shrunken state, this plastic is incredibly durable and it can be sanded or drilled into just like wood, Plexiglas or metal. So, when you’re creating pendants, charms, or, in the example I’ll share with you here, “beads,” even if you forget to punch holes in it before you shrink it, you can always drill holes afterward. Start with clear shrink plastic. Let the ink dry completely (it dries relatively fast) and then cut it into simple shapes and punch 1/8” (3mm) holes in each. Using a heat gun, and working on a Teflon craft mat or heat-resistant surface, shrink the plastic shapes. I used the shrunken pieces in place of beads and made earrings from a project in Heidi Boyd’s gorgeous book, Wired Beautiful.

View Ready to wear jewelry by RedGateStitchery. One way to use up leftover thread… I got around to organizing my embroidery threads the other day…putting all the untouched hanks, little paper bands and color codes still on, in one organizer, looping the working hanks of thread around plastic thread card thingies, and gathering all the odds and ends of leftover threads (short lengths, minus a few skeins) If you do a lot of embroidery, chances are that you have a small (or medium…or humongous…) mass of embroidery threads left over from all those other stitchy projects. Could it possibly look anything like my own thread bunny, here? …or am I more slovenly than most of you? >:) I hate to throw anything even remotely usable away, but I know that I will not remember to rummage through my tangled thread monster for a particular shade of thread when I am working on an embroidery design, so the solution—for me—has always been to create a project specifically to use up my leftover threads.

It was time for another one of those projects: DIY: Crocheted Muslin Rag Rug: Remodelista. Older DIY: Crocheted Muslin Rag Rug by Alexa Hotz Issue 1 · A Clean Slate · January 4, 2012. Light Up Rug DIY. Inspiring Knit & Crochet Patterns and Tutorials. You Can Crochet With Sheets! I don't know about you, but this is my perfect vision of summer! Well of course I'd like to be sitting next to a beautiful lake with an iced coffee, but for now I'm quite happy sitting next to our largish wading pool with a gorgeous mountain view beyond.