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ΛNOMΛLY  by Jan KriwolThis mystique series was shot in... crss

ΛNOMΛLY  by  Jan Kriwol This mystique series was shot in association with design office Lange & Lange, showcasing their work for the clothing brand Pajak Sport . This barren, cosmic-like landscape, just above the clouds is the top of the Polish mountain Śnieżka and it’s abandoned meteorological station. Follow us on Tumblr! | crss

Editorial work from Danish artist Andrea UciniFollow us on... crss

Why We Ignore The Obvious Is it indeed possible to put the past behind you? Editorial work from Danish artist  Andrea Ucini Follow us on Tumblr! crss

crossconnectmag: WHAT A RACKET -  (Danielle Clough) Does this... crss

crossconnectmag : WHAT A RACKET -  ( Danielle Clough ) Does this count as being interested in sport? Recent works from the Cape Town, South Africa native. Posted by:  RS | Follow:  Cross Connect Mag crss

Illustrations of beautiful London from Polish native Slawek... crss

Illustrations of beautiful London from Polish native  Slawek Fedorczuk . Follow us on Facebook ! crss

The Reef by CuisinArtAnguilla’s newest upscale hotel, The Reef...

The Reef by CuisinArt Anguilla’s newest upscale hotel, The Reef by CuisinArt offers sustainable luxury in a magnificent beachfront setting on Merrywing Bay. Rooms are designed in a fresh, contemporary style, with tasteful Caribbean touches and state-of-the-art technology, all wrapped in a marine inspired color palette. Most of them offer dazzling sea views, and the suites feature glorious terraces or furnished balconies. Decorated with Italian ceramic tile floors and designer furnishings, the open-air Lobby Bar offers live entertainment in a refined, yacht-like setting, while Breezes, the resort’s delightful beachfront restaurant, serves up delicious roasted fish by the sea. Compare prices for this hotel at TripAdvisor

How "Stealing" from Great Writers Makes You Write Better And Think Bigger

We all have that day where your idea pool run dry and you just cannot find the suitable word to describe things in your mind. You then remember all those great lines from Ernest Hemingway and wonder why you never been able to form those brilliant sentences in your brain, while slowly fall into the abyss of self-deprivation. Actually, it is not that hard to write like Hemingway. You just have to steal from him. When you are reading some fascinating pieces from great writers, you may imagine yourself becoming a writer. You can, in fact, get one step closer by “stealing” something from them. Of course you are not plagiarizing their work, but learning some important writing skills from the masters. Francine Prose shares how we can learn to write better by reading intentionally — outstanding writing is dressed up with language styles. [1] It is all about putting the right word in the right place, and this is exactly what you can learn by reading someone else’s passages. Here are the t

Workout Your Brain By Learning A New Word Every Day, You Will Get Smarter

Have you ever had the feeling of speechless because you are running out of words to speak your mind? Or have you ever read a word that you are familiar with but suddenly cannot recognize its meaning? Sometimes there also might be the case that you have a word in mind but you forget how to spell it right. These situations do not prove you are not intelligent enough but somehow show that your brain needs some more training. Workouts aren’t just for your body, your brain needs that too. The brain, anatomically speaking, cannot be called a muscle, though it is partly composed of muscle tissue. There’s a very good reason though why experts use the analogy of exercising your brain as if it were a muscle. In both cases, you can be sure that if you don’t use it you’ll lose it. Evidence suggests that mental stimulation improves brain function [1] whilst also reducing the risk of cognitive decline and related diseases. So what kind of exercise does a brain need? Probably learning more word

If You Want To Be More Productive, You Need To Stop Work From Expanding

Have you ever decided to refresh your resume, only to see what should be a 30-minute job take weeks? Believe it or not, this has little to do with the nature of the challenge itself, but more your outlook and the amount of time that you allow for completion. In this post, we will talk about the importance of mind-set and how you can become more productive when completing non time-sensitive tasks. Parkinson’s Law: work expands when your give it too much time The key to improving your productivity and avoiding procrastination is to understand Parkinson’s Law, which is an old adage which declares that ‘work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion’. It is a psychological principle that has inspired numerous studies and pieces of literature, and one that underlines the potential dangers of setting arbitrary time-frames that have little or no bearing on the task in hand. In practical terms (and expanding our previous example), this means that you may allow yourself a