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Image IS important. The visual impression is what registers first - not personality, not spirituality, not a bank account balance, nor a board room status. The eyes generally receive information first. Additional information is gathered by the other senses in concert or after the initial visual que. Image is the prerequisite for imagination - the … Continue reading Sun. Stunner: Professional Photography Transcends Status Quo & Puts Your Best Face Forward
Ok y'all, I've struggled with undiagnosed neurological events for 2+ years. Episodes include convulsions, temporary paralysis, what appear to be seizures, extreme hypersensitivity to stimuli, and other not-so-fun matters. Chronic and debilitating dysfunctions & discomforts exists daily. One thing I can say with a great deal of certainty is that it appears that the neurological … Continue reading Tue. Touch: Support Better Brain & Nerve Function with BTT 2.0
Found a great show on Amazon Prime today called "This Small Space." Excellent ideas are shared for accentuating unique features, like high ceilings, special tile work, or a customized piece of furniture in a small space. In this instance, the small space was a studio apartment. Sconce lighting was placed on each side of a … Continue reading Sat. Stuff: Decorating Small Spaces
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Read a health trend in the 2017 Farmer's Almanac (p. 27) that notes such a thing. It also notes the scarcity of doctors, the use of medicinal herbs, guidebooks, and successful handwritten remedies. It's interesting how society moved away from such care and, now, makes a gradual return. Aromatherapy is great for respiratory ailments. Consider … Continue reading Tue. Touch: Did you know healthcare was women’s duty in the 1700’s?