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The art of Hanna Lee... crss

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Collage by Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) Artist  Alina... crss

Collage by Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) Artist  Alina Akhmatova  aka Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) is an art director from Milan, Italy.  Her collage art is stunning.  See more of Alina’s work on her two Instagram accounts - HERE and HERE .  Thanks to Trendland . See the work of creative people from around world - follow us on Facebook and Instagram . Posted by Lisa. crss

Collage by Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) Artist  Alina...

Collage by Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) Artist  Alina Akhmatova  aka Le Fate (quelle troppo belle) is an art director from Milan, Italy.  Her collage art is stunning.  See more of Alina’s work on her two Instagram accounts - HERE and HERE .  Thanks to Trendland . See the work of creative people from around world - follow us on Facebook and Instagram . Posted by Lisa.

Why You Have Fewer Friends as You Grow up (and It's Normal)

Having good people skills, I know how to make people feel interested and connected. I’m never worried to have no friend. But as I grow up, I find that I have fewer and fewer friends. And this is not just happening to me. It is a fairly common feature with everyone. The root of the problem is the way we made those friends in the first place when we young, heart whole and fancy-free. Everyone makes friends wrong when they were young Recall your best friends in high school. What made you become friends in the first place? And how did all that start out? Maybe it was because you sat beside her on the first day of school, started to chat and just decided that hey, you guys did get along famously. So you became friends, spending time together during breaks and hanging out after school… Or maybe both of you were on the football team and there came to be a friendship when your team won or lost, or when you all just practiced hard under the watchful eye of the mean coach. All of you were

Why It’s Difficult to Be Creative: An Underdeveloped Right Brain

Most of the works in the society are driven by the left-brain, which does best with linear and logical thought processes. Think about the academic settings, everything from class content to assessments of languages, maths and sciences are designed to work in a logical manner. When it comes to work, most jobs involve tasks that are procedural work and most forms of fact-checking. The performance of all these tasks executed by the left-brain are easily quantified. This has set the left-brain for better training than the right-brain. The power of the right-brain, which rests in creativity and problem solving, is often ignored or dismissed because it is harder to understand and its performance is more difficult to be quantified. But complex problems require the creativity of the right-brain. New solutions can’t be implemented without a logical left-brain. Before anyone could manufacture the first Model A Ford, the car had to be designed from scratch. Henry Ford needed imagination to in

How "Good Advice" by Parents Turns out to Be Bad for Children

Some kids want to grow up to be pro basketball players or astronauts; my daughter on the other hand wants to grow up to become a unicorn. Lots of parents still tell their children often that they can grow up to be whatever they want to be. That’s all well and good unless your daughter wants to become a unicorn or your son is 16 years of age, only 5’5″, and wants to play for the Chicago Bulls. If your 16 year old has unrealistic pro sports dreams without a backup plan such as a college education or goals outside of these pro sports dream, then you are failing them as a parent by saying “you can be anything you want to be”. The odds of my daughter becoming a unicorn when she grows up are zero. I can respond with “that would be so much fun to become a unicorn, but we don’t get to change species when we grow up, although it is fun to pretend to be a unicorn now though”. Reality and truth need to go hand in hand with your advice to your kids . Otherwise, your 16 year old with dreams of be

How Vegan Diet Keeps Me Energized, Mentally Sharp and Full of Drive

‘But, where do you get your protein from?’. This is a question every vegan person hears nearly on a daily basis. And trust me, I had more than a couple of these discussions. Somehow people believe that meat is a nutrient-rich super package. I might say something that shocks you now: It isn’t. But let me explain: I feel energized, mentally sharp and full of drive living on a plant-based diet. I routinely work 60+ hour work weeks in a leadership position and manage to train nearly every day. In this article I want to share my secrets with you. Six years ago I could’ve never predicted that I would ever write an article about veganism. I lived an unhealthy life. I smoked, I was totally physically inactive and I literally couldn’t have cared less about nutrition. I was a different being. Only in the recent past a full mind shift happened. After reading a book called Eating Animals from Jonathan Safran Foer. It opened my eyes and it helped me start my journey to a healthier, better life

New Porcelain Busts from Juliette ClovisI am very pleased to...

New Porcelain Busts from Juliette Clovis I am very pleased to present you the 4 last porcelain busts of Juliette Clovis : « Mechanitis Polymnia »,  « Millipora », « Black Baccara » and « Sternocera ». This last piece was made by the artist during a residency program at The Insect Museum of Nedde (France). More than 500 real beetles’ wings were necessary to make this stunning piece where the incredible colors of these wings strongly contrast with the pureness of the porcelain biscuit.You can check more pictures of each piece directly on Juliette’s website . Thank you for your Submission!!  Submit Here