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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

subtilitas: Schneider Türtscher Architekten - House...

subtilitas : Schneider Türtscher Architekten - House renovation , Gamprin 2016. Photos © Johanna Muther . Keep reading

New sculptures from Erika Sanada.  See our previous posts.Cross...

New sculptures from Erika Sanada .  See our previous posts . Cross Connect keeps up with art for you - follow on Twitter , Instagram , and Facebook . Posted by Lisa .

New sculptures from Erika Sanada.  See our previous posts.Cross... crss

New sculptures from Erika Sanada .  See our previous posts . Cross Connect keeps up with art for you - follow on Twitter , Instagram , and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss

How to Know If You're Really in Love or Not (Yes It Can Be Confusing)

So, you’ve met a new special someone and the two of you have started a romantic relationship. You find yourself thinking about them a little more often than before and now you get those butterfly feelings in your stomach just before you’re about to see them. Does this mean you’re in love? Or could this just be the honeymoon phase that every relationship goes through? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if you’re really in love or not. What Does It Mean to Be In Love? Being in love means desiring the happiness of your partner, admiring them for the individual they are, and feeling motivated to be a better person. When you are in love, your relationship goes beyond a simple physical attraction. It is experiencing happiness at the idea of two individual and independent people choosing to share time together. If you are in love, you are driven to be compassionate, generous, and caring to your special someone. The Signs of Being In Love So you’re probably thinking, “that’s great, bu

Why Should You Choose Fenugreek over Other Seeds?

Fenugreek is a herb you might not have heard of if you don’t do a lot of cooking or aren’t from the parts of the world where it is commonly used (or a breastfeeding mom). But you’ve tasted fenugreek if you’ve ever had artificial maple syrup, and you’ve probably had it in your favorite Chinese, Indian or Mediterranean food. What is Fenugreek? The plant fenugreek is an annual from the family Fabacaea (which includes peas and legumes). The plant has clusters of three oval leaves. The leaves can be used as an herb, and it is eaten like a vegetable or in salads in India and elsewhere. The seeds are also used as a spice, and many of the medicinal preparations using fenugreek involve the seeds. What Does it Taste Like? As you might imagine from its common use, fenugreek tastes a little like maple syrup. It is a sweet-tasting herb that combines well with the spicier flavors enjoyed in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. The seeds have a bit of a bitter taste that is made milder through

What Is Hypomania? Is It Similar to Mania?

If you’ve heard of mania, you might be wondering what hypomania is. Are the two the same? Is one more severe than the other? What are the treatment options? When dealing with mental health, it’s important to have a clear understanding of different terms and exactly what they mean. This article will shed some light on the key differences between mania and hypomania. Knowing how the two differ will help you to feel more informed, whether you’re the person suffering from hypomania, or you’re supporting a loved one during an episode. What is hypomania? Hypomania and mania are similar in many ways – they’re both periods of high-energy, excitability and overactivity that seriously impact your day to day life. [1] However, there are a few key differences, which are listed below: Mania lasts for a week or more, while hypomania lasts for a few days. The symptoms of hypomania are less severe than the symptoms of mania. Mania has a severe negative impact on your day-to-day activities.