HUMAN Extended version VOL.1. Getting Stuck in the Negatives (and How to Get Unstuck): Alison Ledgerwood at TEDxUCDavis. Andrew Solomon: Comment les pires moments de nos vies font de nous ce que nous sommes. My Kid and Me. 10 Quick Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood. We all get into bad moods—and, eventually, we snap out of them.
The main reason we have trouble extracting ourselves from them more quickly is because we can't shake a bad mood if we're not aware of what's causing it. The next time you get into a funk, don't just wait for the dark cloud to lift. There are steps you can take to improve your mood, and the first is to figure out what’s causing it. Here are 10 common causes of bad moods—and what you can do to banish them. 1. Whakairo. Maori.org.nz acknowledge Kemera Wilson for providing this information.
Kowhaiwhai patterns as well as being decorative are also used for enhancing the story. Nature is often the inspiration for these beautiful and stunning patterns which are often found on the rafters of the meeting houses. Below are some of the common patterns found throughout the Maori world as well as their generic meanings and where they are from. Kaperua From the Tai Rawhiti This pattern represents things doubled. Koiri From the Tai Rawhiti This pattern means to flourish. Paper briquette maker paper log maker. Free And Virtually Unlimited Fuel To Heat Your Home. Dan Gilbert: The surprising science of happiness.
Art and Crafts Gallery - East West Organics. The gallery is one of the first things to greet you when you walk in the doors of the new East West Organics superstore.
We are not just about food! A striking space, our vision is to have meaningful pieces of art on display in the gallery but also in surrounding areas of the complex. There is art to inspire and augment the Natural Health Clinic, but also for you to admire while shopping, eating at the cafe and in amongst the plants. Smaller pieces and local artisan crafts will be available for purchase. Our idea is to support local artists and craftspeople and to offer a platform for the community to enjoy local talent. Workshops and classes in different art modalities are planned for the future and we are exploring the possibilities of having working artists’ studios on site.
If you are interested in exhibiting or running classes, please pop on over to our contact page and get in touch; we would love to hear your ideas. Skills Factor : Succeeding With Science. 6 Vegetables You Only Need To Buy Once, Then Regrow Forever. 12 Things You Should Be Able to Say About Yourself. 28 Ways to Stop Complicating Your Life.
The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About. You see the world, try new things, meet new people, fall in love, visit amazing places, learn about other cultures – then it’s all over.
People always talk about leaving, but what about coming home? We talk about the hard parts while we’re away – finding jobs, making real friends, staying safe, learning social norms, misreading people you think you can trust – but these are all parts you get through. All of these lows are erased by the complete highs you experience. The goodbyes are difficult but you know they are coming, especially when you take the final step of purchasing your plane ticket home. All of these sad goodbyes are bolstered by the reunion with your family and friends you have pictured in your head since leaving in the first place. Then you return home, have your reunions, spend your first two weeks meeting with family and friends, catch up, tell stories, reminisce, etc. You feel angry. Darkness: Carl Sagan on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence [Carl Sagan Tribute Series]
7 Things to Remember When You Think You’re Not Good Enough. “We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love.”
~Lori Deschene Sometimes I am really terrible to myself and relentlessly compare myself to other people, no matter how many times I read or hear about how good enough or lovable I am. On an almost daily basis, I meticulously look for evidence that I am a nobody, that I don’t deserve to be loved, or that I’m not living up to my full potential. There is generally a lot of pressure to “stack up” in our culture. We feel as if there is something wrong with us if, for example, we’re still single by a certain age, don’t make a certain amount of income, don’t have a large social circle, or don’t look and act a certain way in the presence of others.
Sometimes in the midst of all the pressure, I seem to totally forget all the wonderful, unique things about myself. 7 Pictures For Women Who Don't Care What Anyone Thinks Of Them. MIND Research Institute. Creative toy storage ideas - Andrea's Notebook. Dress up storage. Not that Sadie has a TON of dress up stuff yet, but I had this idea to make a dress up storage thingy, and it wouldn’t leave me alone.
The idea, that is. Don’t you love (hate) ideas like that? Just kidding, I really liked this project, really. Rory cut all the wood out and put it together last weekend (I helped!) , and I spent the week painting it. (please ignore our nasty walls…we’re painting them…someday) It’s really simple, two sides, a bottom, sides for a box on the bottom…and a dowel, all screwed together.
I painted the letters on the side with some craft paint. CALM - Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind - Homepage.
Motivate me. Make me happy. Some Strange Things Are Happening To Astronauts Returning To Earth. Free Events in Auckland.