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Skälsö Arkitekter - Bunker 300, built on the ruins of the...

Skälsö Arkitekter - Bunker 300 , built on the ruins of the foundation of a former bunker, Bungenäs 2016. Photos © Anna Sundström , Marcus Stork , Viktor Flumé .

10 Stylish And Durable Power Banks You Can Buy for Under $50

People have been complaining about the battery life of their phones. With heavy use, a fully charged smartphone can still hardly last a day. I’m sure you’ve experienced the trouble of having to use your phone, and being unable to as you’ve ran out of battery. As such, many have found it useful to invest in additional power banks. One issue with this is that many of the power banks on the market are too big to be easily carried around, are ineffective, are too expensive, or simply look bad. However, there are some power banks that are so well designed, and work so well with your phone that they completely change the way you use it. Thanks to these power banks you’ll never need to worry about running out of power again. 1. The Nifty X – Wearable Cable with Powerbank The NiftyX is unlike any other power bank on the market. Where many power banks are cumbersome and tricky to carry around, the NiftyX couldn’t be easier. This is a power bank you wear. From the outside it looks like a

Selected works of Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain, a... crss

Selected works of Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain , a 26-year-old art director from Russia. Meet us on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram posted by tu recepcja crss

Selected works of Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain, a...

Selected works of Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain , a 26-year-old art director from Russia. Meet us on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram posted by tu recepcja

Friends Don't Have to Grow Apart as You Grow Older

When you were young, the friends you made tend to be defined by common experience, for example living in the same neighborhood, going to the same school, having parents who are friends, riding the same bus, or participating in the same sports or extracurricular activities. As you grow older, though, these elements change. You and your friends may move to different towns, have different works, come across different challenges in life, and may even lead a different lifestyle. Some may already get married and have their own children; some maybe traveling around all the times; some may always be busy making money. This is when you realize your friendship with these friends has changed. Research has shown that three main factors of developing adult friendships are proximity, repeated/unplanned interaction, and settings that encourage conversation. [1] If you’re constantly moving and working, though, these friendships can be harder to sustain. A Shared Life Is Not Enough to Maintain A