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Sculpture by Tania Font (Palamós, Girona, 1978) Follow...

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crossconnectmag : Installation Art by Loris Cecchini Italian artist Loris Cecchini creates large scale installation art. Her works are usually black and white, or occasionally silver (metal). She plays hard shapes against soft round curves. Whether she is recreating ripples on a wall surface or allowing giant metal bearing to move together into an asyncrhonis blob - her works have a sense of movement no matter material they are made of. Thanks to eggheads ! Want to see more great installations?  Visit our Facebook Page . Posted by Lisa . crss

crossconnectmag: Installation Art by Loris Cecchini Italian...

crossconnectmag : Installation Art by Loris Cecchini Italian artist Loris Cecchini creates large scale installation art. Her works are usually black and white, or occasionally silver (metal). She plays hard shapes against soft round curves. Whether she is recreating ripples on a wall surface or allowing giant metal bearing to move together into an asyncrhonis blob - her works have a sense of movement no matter material they are made of. Thanks to eggheads ! Want to see more great installations?  Visit our Facebook Page . Posted by Lisa .

Quit Multi Tasking Before It's Too Late

When you’ve got a full schedule, multitasking looks like a good way to free up time. Almost everybody does it. Kids eat while watching TV or playing on an iPad. Adults simultaneously text and surf the internet. Walk down any city street, and you’ll see people attempting to walk and use their smartphones at the same time. Multitasking has become the norm. We even pride ourselves on how many things we can do at once. The more tasks we can juggle, the more valuable we feel we are to our companies, families, and friends. This may be flawed logic, however. When you think back on your experiences with multitasking, did you really accomplish more? Our obsession with multitasking confirms our love of productivity, but the quality of our work may tell a different story. Multitasking is a habit, not an art form Nothing beats wrapping up a day of work with a cleared checklist. It feels good to accomplish so much at once. Multi-tasking has become a habit for most of us. It’s expected of us, a

How I Learned the Importance of Cardio the Hard Way

When I am training clients the first time, I often hear this one sentence: “I don’t want to go jogging today, I don’t want to lose my muscles!” This is a deadly misconception. It is completely irrational, unhealthy and unscientific. As Will Smith said, cardiovascular endurance training is one of the keys to a great life, The keys to life are running and reading. When you’re running, there’s a little person that talks to you and says, “Oh I’m tired. My lung’s about to pop. I’m so hurt. There’s no way I can possibly continue.” You want to quit. If you learn how to defeat that person when you’re running, you will know to not quit when things get hard in your life. While jogging might not be the most fun activity to do. At least for most of us. It is nonetheless crucial to implement cardio training in your workout schedule. Not doing cardio is an excuse, to not deal with the pain of running long distance. The fear of losing your muscles is simply an excuse to not go for that hard, ye

If You Knew You Were Dying, Could You Still Look On The Bright Side Of Life?

Sudden events can turn our lives around and put us in a position where we don’t know what to do and how we’re going to get on from that point. A sudden event can force us to ask ourselves questions about what we did with our lives if we made a difference if we achieved our goals if we fulfilled our dreams. In these questions, we find ourselves stressed and tense, but we should look at the positive signs and events that take place during these hard times. Will Reiser wrote  50/50 , that is loosely based on his fight with cancer, will show you just how candid and fun life can still be despite the pain and sufferings. Questioning life choices Inspired by true events, the story follows the life of a 27-year-old, who is diagnosed with cancer. The story revolves around the struggles he goes through as he tries to beat the disease the disease. Adam (Joseph Gordon Levitt) is a 27-year-old writer for radio programs. He is diagnosed with a rare form of spinal cancer. With the help of his bes

It Is Magically Possible To Work Less And Still Do More

Working long hours is pretty common these days. If your Monday to Friday feels like a constant slog of work and projects with no real time for a breather, is this because you have too much work or is it because you’re not using your time efficiently? It’s easy to spend too much time perfecting something or equally not focusing enough so you end up dragging the task out more than you should. So does working longer hours mean you’re being productive and getting lots done? The answer is most likely no. When you work consistently long hours or spend too much time on a task, it’s usually a sign that you actually just have too much to do. More importantly, it’s a sign you’re not spending your time, energy and attention wisely. The Myth About Working More to Get More Done Our lives are governed by the jobs, tasks and projects we set ourselves or set by our work environment. When you feel like the amount of stuff you need to get done gets bigger, our natural reaction is to work longer on