There is a lot to say about the modern world, how we live, what we work against as a goal, and what we believe in. Sadly enough does most of our views typical fail when it comes to external conclusion and retrieve of that information and process of the current point of view. AKA (More)… read more »
Oops, I do realise how late to the party I am with this post. I've been holding off doing it, because I wanted to post a video to go alongside the post, but I've had really poorly eyes for the past week, and I look a complete mess... definitely don't want to make my YouTube debut with puffy horrible eyes.
Next month's favourites will 100% have a video sidekick I promise!
My favourite, favourite of the month is definitely my Palmers Natural Bronze body lotion. It's absolutely perfect for people as pa... read more »
China’s pledge to reduce pollution after air-quality in Beijing hit hazardous levels on 20 days last month has cut financing costs for the world’s biggest maker of solar wafers to a four-month low. The yield for February 2015 notes of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd. has fallen 109 basis points from a six-month high on Dec. [...] read more »
When we travel aboard to exotic places or have a memorable event such as a birthday or wedding, there is always someone there with a camera snapping away taking all sorts of pictures. With the advent of mobile phones and the standard and high quality of pictures these can take, there is always a [...] read more »
Today I thought I'd share with you a company I was introduced to in High Point. While in the IHFC building, I got to meet a company that my designer friend from Atlanta, Jessica, is friends with-Tritter Feefer. They have amazing products ranging from traditional to modern. (I will post on them another time) While I was talking to the owner of the company he was telling me of his friends from Birmingham, Alabama that had a booth in the IHFC building as well, Lucy Smith Designs. And of course, once he said... read more »
Do your artstudents draw very small?Do they draw directly in the centre of their page every time?Want to know how to help them create interesting compositions?I just wanted to share my latest resource called 'The Rule of Thirds'. It's designed as a power point with a printable drawing guide and a lesson plan ready for you to tailor with your specific classes names. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Rule-of-Thirds-Power-Point-for-Drawing-and-Understanding-CompositionThe idea is to get students st... read more »
When I worked at Borders The Tipping Pointwas one of those books that we always had in stock in abundance, and one that people were always looking for. We shelved it in the business section though, so I had no interest. I don't read those types of books; I'm a writer. I read novels, and poetry, and I dabble in history and science, and philosophy and...and well, anything BUT business books- or romance novels.So, I judged The Tipping Point by the company it kept on the shelf, and its author as a result. Bu... read more »
One of my absolute favorite vacations is when we take the time to drive up the coast of California. As most of my savvy readers already know, I live in the SoCal region (Southern California for all you folks not... read more »
Sometimes I use stuff from a guy named CHUCK, and he gets me going to try to do some stuff to keep up with him. So he has this Oscillator made up of the 40 Miner Stocks that are Over or Under their 50 Day Simple Moving Average Now to keep up with my work, I use Stock Charts which shows me theBULLISH Per Centage of stocks composing the AMEX GOLD MINERS INDEX, compling the number of stocks in Positive Point Figure Charts. It uses about 30 stocks, and a different chart formats but the idea is the same, at ... read more »
The wonderful adventures of geo-caching are just that: adventurous! I took on the challenge to track down the geo-cache hidden away on the out-skirts of Cape Town stadium, previously known as Greenpoint Stadium. It was a fruitless task, and to be honest, somewhat embarrassing walking around in a flowerbed trying to "look natural." Fortunately, this wasn't the real treasure to be found, as a short walk down the road soon proved far more rewarding.
As many Capetonians will point out, the Cape Town Stadium... read more »