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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

Welcome to the Academy Museum. Opening in 2019.Learn all about...

Welcome to the Academy Museum. Opening in 2019. Learn all about the project at  academymuseum.org

crossconnectmag: Animals Metal Sculptures by Taiichiro... crss

crossconnectmag : Animals Metal Sculptures by Taiichiro Yoshida Beautifully worked metal flowers make up  Taiichiro Yoshida‘s delightful animal sculptures. H/T Fubiz Like us on Facebook and Twitter   Posted by Andrew crss

crossconnectmag: Animals Metal Sculptures by Taiichiro...

crossconnectmag : Animals Metal Sculptures by Taiichiro Yoshida Beautifully worked metal flowers make up  Taiichiro Yoshida‘s delightful animal sculptures. H/T Fubiz Like us on Facebook and Twitter   Posted by Andrew

really-shit: Doll House (2016) - Jack Adam “Doll House” explores...

really-shit : Doll House (2016) - Jack Adam “Doll House” explores the concept of voyeurism through scenes of surreal domesticity at night. Produced across two states and in twelve homes, it is a phantasmagorical illustration of privacy in the twenty-first century and through this, it attempts to define the fabricated lives that we live.

really-shit: Doll House (2016) - Jack Adam “Doll House” explores... crss

really-shit : Doll House (2016) - Jack Adam “Doll House” explores the concept of voyeurism through scenes of surreal domesticity at night. Produced across two states and in twelve homes, it is a phantasmagorical illustration of privacy in the twenty-first century and through this, it attempts to define the fabricated lives that we live. crss

theonlymagicleftisart:From the “White Collar” Portrait series...

theonlymagicleftisart : From the “White Collar” Portrait series by  Marie Cecile Thijs .

theonlymagicleftisart:From the “White Collar” Portrait series... crss

theonlymagicleftisart : From the “White Collar” Portrait series by  Marie Cecile Thijs . crss

What You Eat Matters! Use Myfitnesspal to Keep Track Of Your Eating Habit

It’s easy to remember what you had for dinner yesterday, but what if I asked you what you ate last Friday? Most of us have difficulty keeping track of our food choices. When you don’t record what you’ve eaten, it’s easy to overeat. Recalling what you had for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is one thing, but do you remembering snacks can be problematic. Did you take one of the doughnuts that your boss bought for the office? Would you remember the late-night ice-cream binge or the post-work-week snack attack? Even if you could recall all the things you’ve eaten, you’d have a hard time remembering the size of the portion that you consumed. Being unaware of your caloric intake can make it difficult to lose weight. Instead of identifying constructive ways to shed pounds, lots of us resort to beating ourselves up or trying to stick to a boring or restrictive diet. You can’t solve a problem until you identify its TRUE cause If you want to get to the root of your unhealthy habits, collect so