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Jie He

Jie He

Illustrations by Jie He

Illustrations by Jie He

Minimal Illustrations by Haneul Kim a.k.a From SkyHaneul Kim is... crss

Minimal Illustrations by Haneul Kim a.k.a From Sky Haneul Kim is a very talented artist from Seoul, Korea. He has a ton of great work that needs to be seen, so why not check out Kim blog or pop on over to his Tumblr . Follow us on Facebook ! WARNING - awesomeness inside. posted by Margaret crss

Minimal Illustrations by Haneul Kim a.k.a From SkyHaneul Kim is...

Minimal Illustrations by Haneul Kim a.k.a From Sky Haneul Kim is a very talented artist from Seoul, Korea. He has a ton of great work that needs to be seen, so why not check out Kim blog or pop on over to his Tumblr . Follow us on Facebook ! WARNING - awesomeness inside. posted by Margaret

How Top Performers Never Let a Second Go to Waste

Every person on the planet is allotted the same 1440 minutes each day; it’s how we choose to use them that makes all the difference. Unfortunately, efficient time management can sometimes be a challenge. To help you make the most of the time you’ve been given, check out these 14 simple yet effective time management tips. 1. Tackle the Most Important Tasks First This is calling Eating That Frog! Start every day by tackling your largest, scariest task first. When you do that, everything else will be simple. I outline a system for prioritizing tasks called the ABCDE Method . In this method, A tasks always come before B tasks and B tasks before C tasks. D tasks are delegated and E tasks are eliminated entirely. By sticking to this method, you can ensure that you are always tackling the most important things first and using your time as wisely as possible. 2. Make a To-Do List To-do lists have a way of helping people organize their tasks. They also create a physical embodiment of the

Tran Nguyen

Tran Nguyen

How to Fall Asleep Fast When the Fluffy Pillow and Cozy Blankets Don't Help

Winter is coming, and for many of us, that means bundling up in cozy blankets and pilling fluffy pillows on our bed to tempt us to hit the snooze button more than usual. Though turning up the heat before you turn into bed can seem appealing with cooler weather, you may find you don’t have such a restful night of sleep. Though it sounds like a cozy bedroom creation, keeping your bedroom warm can make you more likely to overheat while you sleep. This can lead to excessive tossing and turning and even those embarrassing sweaty mornings. The relationship between body temperature and sleep Our body temperature is always changing and self-adjusting throughout the day. As you can see from the graph above, you’re coolest around 6am – the time many of us wake up. Throughout the day, you continue to get warmer until you peak around 9pm – the time many of us are getting ready to head to bed. From there, your body temperature drops until you reach your coolest point once again at 6am. Have

Layered Paintings by Michelle Jader Michelle Jader originally... crss

Layered Paintings by Michelle Jader Michelle Jader originally from Minnesota, is a figurative artist based in San Francisco. Michelle worked for nearly 10 years as a marketing consultant before following her heart and earning an MFA in fine art painting from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. My work explores moments when we willingly and unwillingly dive into the next phase of our life. Whether it’s moving to a new city, starting or ending a relationship, having a baby, or quitting a job, these moments of endings and beginnings are alternately terrifying and exhilarating. Ready or not, we jump, fall or are pushed, and our lives change. Transitions like these include the sense of falling, lack of control, and the feeling that anything is possible. We’re vulnerable in these moments and despite our best efforts, our actions seem to be more public than other times in our lives. To capture these feelings, I paint a series of images on semi-transparent, ac