Winter Clay Competition
IT’S NOW SNOWING ON MY BLOG! *ahem*, but today I decided to host a cheeky competition for the winter months, because I love competitions! I also love clay- so I combined the two, to make this cool competition! yay! Hello my festive people! Happy 23rd day of Busy Blogmas…it’s nearly over! 😦 I love competitions, […]
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West Virginia Mountain Mama
As a lover of smoke, steel and railroads it is hard to resist spending time at Cass, West Virginia.A state park devoted to our state’s logging history. An artist and photographer’s dream location and my three-day stay was not nearly enough time to explore the logging camp town and her Shay Engines and the beauty […]
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Sunday Evening Art Gallery
I think this is the good idea for creativity and healthy food.
Edgar Artis is an Armenian fashion illustrator who is using everyday objects and paper cutouts in order to complete his beautiful drawings. He draws women and in dresses them in something from the real world. Edgar uses flowers, feathers, burnt paper, fruit and all sorts of other materials to make beautiful dresses. His illustrations are full […]
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Harvard Study Shows Positive Thinking Can Prolong Your Life
Think always how nice and confident you are. Feel positive always, even you are not sure.
Imagine good things always, “i am so beautiful or handsome”. 🙂
People with high self-confidence typically have little fear of the unknown, are able to stand up for what they believe in, and have the courage to risk embarrassment. Losing confidence is no longer trusting in the ability to perform. It may be reasonable as the result of past failure to perform, or unreasonable, because one “just has a feeling” about something or is having doubt.
BOSTON (CBS) – Harvard University researchers have found the power of positive thinking can help you live longer. Hayami Koga says she tries to stay positive. “I think I’m more of a glass half full person,” she says. “I try to look at the bright side of life.” A new study shows an optimistic outlook…
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