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Nothing Beats Shaving Kit For Being The Best Christmas Gift For Men

We’ve already seen some folks put up holiday lights and decorations. Oh, yeah, the holiday season is just around the corner, and it’s high time we focus on what sizzling gifts we want to pick for our loved ones. Well, selecting the right gift for our menfolk isn’t always a walk in the park because they have completely different mindsets from us. We, the ladies, are often drawn to the intentions of the gifts – whether your better half pays attention to what you like or hints you’ve been dropping year-long. Men are entirely different species. Don’t get me wrong, but men are target-oriented and practical. They fancy gifts that can either help them with everyday life problems or things they can quickly identify with. When it comes to gifting men this holiday season, nothing beats the allure of a shaving kit. It’s quite practical and will undoubtedly make a great addition to a mantuary. Trust me; you can never go wrong with a top-notch shaving kit this Christmas. It’s something men have

crossconnectmag: Historical Figures with Cheeky Twist... crss

crossconnectmag : Historical Figures with Cheeky Twist by Matthew Quick Matthew Quick  (born 1967 in Adelaide) is named in Business Review Weekly as one of Australia’s top 50 artists. Quick’s works usually consist of thematically and stylistically linked series. Monumental Nobodies series is Inspired by the rise and fall of various historical world empires, and the subsequent statuary left behind. This series of more than 40 oil paintings on Italian linen depict actual monuments from around the world with Quick’s added twist. For more check out his Facebook . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret   via crss

crossconnectmag: Historical Figures with Cheeky Twist...

crossconnectmag : Historical Figures with Cheeky Twist by Matthew Quick Matthew Quick  (born 1967 in Adelaide) is named in Business Review Weekly as one of Australia’s top 50 artists. Quick’s works usually consist of thematically and stylistically linked series. Monumental Nobodies series is Inspired by the rise and fall of various historical world empires, and the subsequent statuary left behind. This series of more than 40 oil paintings on Italian linen depict actual monuments from around the world with Quick’s added twist. For more check out his Facebook . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret   via

Ditch Your Bucket "List" and Create Your Own Bucket "Map" Now

When you wander around your city, you might find interesting places you’d like to try. Perhaps you’re travelling, and your friend gives you lots of recommendations for your destination. It’s common practice to bookmark the restaurants and attractions you want to check out in the future. As you plan your next adventure, you may have a list of must-try places on your phone. Unfortunately, having the addresses for these places in list form makes it hard to visualize your route. You need a map of places you want to go. Instead of making a bucket list, you need a “bucket map.” You need a personalized adventure map Instead of spending all your time trying to sift through notes with recommendations, you can use Mapstr to make a map of attractions for yourself. Mapstr allows you search for places on your bucket list and pin locations that interest you. You can categorize the places to make them easy to find. This app not only helps you stay organized, but you can also share maps with yo

The Secret Place Where All Great Ideas Are Born

Where do great ideas come from? The cliched view is that they come fully formed in a flash of inspiration. You’ve probably seen this in films or on TV, a character might be working over night trying to come up with a big idea, and suddenly their idea hits them. However, the reality is actually far more complicated. The truly great ideas, are the product of processes. They are the product of what a person sees and gets in touch with every day that combine to influence a thought. A random thought turns into an idea, then the idea is worked on. Consider twitter, twitter was originally not conceived as as a social network, but instead as an alternative to SMS messaging. The original 140 wasn’t a creative gimmick, but was instead reflected the technological limitations of the mobile phone format (at the time). [1] Uber came from a conversation between friends where they were complaining about how hard it was to find a decent taxi. [2] The idea for Airbnb came when the founders were str