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HyderThe official guide to Feng Shui Your rating: None Average: 5 (1 vote) Almost everyone I know is trying to “stay fit” or “get in shape” or “lose a few pounds.”Â Health directives as well as personal experiences have pointed to the value of fitness.Â There’s no question that healthy diets, consistent work-outs, and a constant vigilance to how we live our lives all contribute to better health.Â We live longer and live better if we’re in shape.Â Along with this, we are also convinced that once we’re in shape our life will go better.Â We’ll be able to write that book, get that promotion, launch that project.Â Our energy will be boundless. A woman named Anne hired me to come to her office, one of many offices in a large publishing company.
Architects Plan to Turn Brazil's Empty Stadiums Into Housing For Homeless. Weeks ago we reported on the human rights violations that were taking place in Brazil to prepare for the World Cup games.
An estimated 250,000 people were evicted from their homes to make way for the World Cup games. After the games were over, there were a dozen large stadiums left behind that will mostly lay vacant and unused, after hundreds of thousands of people were forced from their homes. Two French architects named Axel de Stampa and Sylvain Macaux have proposed a possible solution to this problem in their new “1 Week 1 Project” plan. According to the project's website: 30 Abandoned Places that Look Truly Beautiful. Take a tour of the world’s apparently robust supply of statues, buildings, and temples–and witness the surprising grandeur of dilapidation. 1.
Christ of the Abyss, San Fruttuoso, Italy (Italian: “Il Cristo degli Abissi”) is a submerged bronze statue of Jesus, of which the original is located in the Mediterranean Sea off San Fruttuoso between Camogli and Portofino on the Italian Riviera. It was placed in the water on 22 August 1954 at approximately 17 metres depth, and stands c. 2.5 metres tall. Various other casts of the statue are located in other places worldwide, both underwater and in churches and museums. Via: en.www.lensart.ru. Gay Manchester Guide. The Gay Village, and Canal Street in particular, has an international reputation – but is it really everything it could be?
Manchester’s “famous Gay Village” has long been part of the tourism sell for the city. From fabulous bars to events like Pride, it’s the place that everyone wants to visit to party. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when the once squalid area around Canal Street became a major tourist attraction – but there’s no doubt it has changed beyond recognition over the last 20 years.
The days of hidden doorways leading to seedy bars where unspeakable things happened in the dark are long gone (well, there’s still Company bar, I suppose…). But along with the popularisation of the scene in TV shows and entertainment has come more troubling side effects. 16 Children And Their Bedrooms From Across The World. This Will Open Your Eyes. Some kids grow up in poverty, lacking food and sanitation, while others are born in countries where basic necessities are taken for granted.
Photographer James Mollison came up with the project when he thought about his own childhood bedroom and how it reflected who he was. Where Children Sleep – a collection of stories about children from around the world told through portraits of their bedrooms – stemmed from his ideas. The World's 5 Smallest Micronations. Beyond the reach of maps and borders, a treasure-trove of quirky, independent micro-nations await discovery.
Since the 1970s, the term ‘micronation’ has been used to refer to an entity that claims independence without being officially recognised by world governments or major international organisations. Micronations pop up in a range of unexpected locations across the world – some of them even span a multitude of locations. Far from being imaginary worlds, they formally and persistently claim sovereignty over a physical territory.... Answer the quick question below to continue reading. This will allow us to keep delivering great articles and videos to you!
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Month's most popular. We The Tiny House People. This is journey into the tiny homes of people searching for simplicity, self-sufficiency, minimalism and happiness by creating shelter in caves, converted garages, trailers, tool sheds, river boats and former pigeon coops.
Basically, Dirksen made a documentary on people living in tiny houses. For around five years she was traveling the world and filming these segments. Kirsten Dirksen is co-founder of faircompanies.com and a Huffington Post blogger. She has worked for MTV, Oxygen, The Travel Channel and Sundance Channel. From the author: I still live in a relatively spacious 1000 square foot apartment with my family of 4 (soon-to-be 5) and I’m not looking to downsize, but I can’t get enough of these tiny homes.