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100 Business Ideas for You to Become Your Own Boss

For most of us nine-to-fivers, the idea of working for ourselves is a dreamy one indeed. Who doesn’t want to be one’s own boss, and to have a few employees to boss around instead? Okay, just kidding. But the idea of working and earning for yourself, doing what you’ve always dreamed to do, and not having to the toe the line to another’s whims and fancies in what we all secretly fantasize about – especially on the days we hate our jobs. And frankly, with a little planning and some hard work, your business ideas can indeed germinate into full-fledged businesses indeed. Choosing The Right Business Ideas For You Frankly, there’s so much you can do when it comes to running your own business in this ever-expanding world. That said, many entrepreneurs would advocate that you start a “side business” while you are still working a full-time job so as to not put a drain on your finances. Also, businesses take time to grow so putting your eggs in just the business basket may not yield you the de

What Is the Barre Workout and How Much It Can Benefit You

There’s no doubt that many a millennial seems to be hitting a healthier bar nowadays, and that’s barre with a double r and an e. At about $20-30 per barre class, this fitness rage makes tall claims. Anybody can join in, irrespective of age or fitness level and can see a difference in the body in just five barre classes. Sound too good to be true? Let’s find out the truth behind this new fitness phenomenon and separate the facts from the fiction. What Exactly Is a Barre Class? Anyone who’s ever done ballet is familiar with the ballet barre – which is just a fancy name for a stationary handrail that gives additional support while doing warm ups. The barre class workout did originate from ballet – or rather an injured ballerina back in 1959. Lotte Berk was a German ballerina in London who hurt her back and so decided to open a rehabilitative studio based on her dance routine. Often the studio was frequented by the likes of Barbra Streisand. Lydia Bach, a student of Berk’s brought this

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crossconnectmag : The Embroidered Animations of  Elliot Schultz Embroidered Zoetrope is a series of embroidered animations, handcrafted on discs of fabric, that come to life thanks to old turntables and synchronized strobe lights. A beautiful project imagined by the designer Elliot Schultz . Via UFunk More Amazing art on Facebook        Posted by Andrew crss

crossconnectmag: The Embroidered...

crossconnectmag : The Embroidered Animations of  Elliot Schultz Embroidered Zoetrope is a series of embroidered animations, handcrafted on discs of fabric, that come to life thanks to old turntables and synchronized strobe lights. A beautiful project imagined by the designer Elliot Schultz . Via UFunk More Amazing art on Facebook        Posted by Andrew

Pirramimma | Peter StutchburyLocation: Blue Mountains, NSW,...

Pirramimma  |  Peter Stutchbury Location: Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia Photography: Michael Nicholson  | Learn More: architecturenow.co.nz

Pirramimma | Peter StutchburyLocation: Blue Mountains, NSW,...

Pirramimma  |  Peter Stutchbury Location: Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia Photography: Michael Nicholson  | Learn More: architecturenow.co.nz

Kolon Future Research Park | MorphosisLocation: Seoul, South...

Kolon Future Research Park  |  Morphosis Location: Seoul, South Korea Learn More:  www.morphosis.com