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Find Out What You're Really Made Of And Unleash Your Potential

Whether it be at school, work or even in your personal life, I’m sure we would have all gone through a particular phase or instance where we had to evaluate what our strengths and weaknesses are. This might be when we were deciding what career path to pursue, what subjects to take, whether or not we were up to heading a particular project at work, or even deciding on shared preferences between our partner. It is only natural that we strive to excel, and be aware of our strengths so as to harness that potential, yet being aware of our weaknesses or soft spots so as to improve. Our mentors, loved ones, or bosses can only go so far as to point that out to us. But with the CliftonStrengths finder test , it provides us with a whole new level of understanding what our potential and abilities are, to empower individuals to set, achieve and accomplish great goals. Highlights of the CliftonStrengths assessment The CliftonStrengths assessment takes about an hour to complete online. During t

Ready To Unwind? Kickback And Let These 7 Massage Chairs Work Their Magic

We all know that feeling of complete and utter fatigue after a long hard day at work or running errands. The thought of finally walking through your front door, your body instantly relaxing and collapsing on the sofa, can be that of pure happiness. But when you have work-related thoughts and worries going through your head, it can be hard to fully unwind which leads to finding it hard to fall asleep and the cycle continues to the next day. Massage is a great way to relax because it heals and invigorates tired muscles, as well as increasing blood circulation which, in turn, helps support the immune system. When our bodies receive this instant burst of wellbeing, it triggers the perfect state to fall asleep and getting a solid night’s rest. Paying for professional massages can get expensive and isn’t always practical for most people. That’s why having a massage at home is the best possible option and investing in a massage chair can do wonders for your overall health and wellbeing.

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Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Born in 1942, living in Omaha,...

Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤 Ceramic artist Jun Kaneko 金子 潤  Born in 1942, living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. His works in clay explore the effects of repeated abstract surface motifs. Kaneko’s technique involves the use of masking tape and colored slips, which he uses to covers free-standing ceramic forms and wall-hung pieces with graphic motifs and markings. He frequently favors the large oval plate as one his sculptural formats, which serves as a canvas for arrangements of straight, curving, and spiraling lines, creating an interplay of abstract imagery on a three-dimensional surface. Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art

We Don't Have The Power To Rewind In Life So Make Sure You Spend Your Time Wise

Life marches on whether or not you’re paying attention. It’s easy to forget about relationships when we’re career-focused.The death of a loved one or the breakdown of a relationship often remind us that we’ve been missing out on what’s important. What would happen if we could control time so that we could be more thoughtful and attentive? You Might feel like You Need an Universal Remote Click (2006), featuring Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale, and Christopher Walken, examines what would happen if you had a universal remote that could control the universe. Sandler plays an inattentive father and husband with workaholic tendencies. He enjoys using the remote to pause and rewind life. The only problem is that nobody can truly control time. You Don’t Need a Remote to Take Control Like Michael, we may want to pause our lives, but we need to strive for balance. Work is important, but it can’t be our top priority. Money can’t buy time with family. Time with our loved ones is priceless,