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Futuristic IM Motors AIRO Electric Car with HEPA Filtering System and Configurable Interior

How I Break 3 Bad Habits in Less Than 2 Months

The cycle of bad habits is what keeps us living small and stops us from reaching our true potential. Breaking a bad habit isn’t as hard as it seems; despite being a CEO of a company and raising two children, I still managed to break 3 bad habits I had within 2 months. I took steps to eliminate them one at a time. Habits such as drinking Coke every day, slouching when sitting down and not having a consistent exercise routine. So how did I break these habits? I used the Control Alternate Delete Method (Ctrl Alt Del). What is this method and why is it so effective? Read on to find out how you can use it to improve your own life too. How the Control Alternate Delete Method helps to break bad habits We all notice on some level what our bad habits are. A lot of the time we choose to ignore the negative ways these impact us. For me, I was sitting most of the day in front of my computer at work in a slouching position. I drank Coke every single day in an attempt to stay awake. I put of

Cottage in Muraste | KUU ArhitektidLocation: Muraste,...

Cottage in Muraste  |  KUU Arhitektid Location: Muraste, Estonia Photography: Tõnu Tunnel

Cottage in Muraste | KUU ArhitektidLocation: Muraste,...

Cottage in Muraste  |  KUU Arhitektid Location: Muraste, Estonia Photography: Tõnu Tunnel

Doboz Takes Budapest’s “Ruin Bar” Concept to the Next...

Doboz Takes Budapest’s “Ruin Bar” Concept to the Next Level Situated on Klauzál Street, in the party-centric District 7, Doboz (Box) is likely to set the tone for Budapest’s next generation of ruin pubs. With 5 different bars, 2 dance floors, and a big, beautiful courtyard watched over by a red-eyed iron King Kong, the establishment is the largest and most unique of the city’s ramshackle gems. Designed by local architecture & design studio, 81font , the 492sqm space is decorated in a creative mix of flea market finds and bespoke furnishings, peppered with fanciful works of art by Hungarian sculptors and photographers. Revolving around the courtyard, each room has its own distinctive aesthetics and atmosphere. Doboz ’ open-air garden is dominated by a striking red box installation which serves as a party venue, and plays host to an amazing 300-year-old tree from where a huge gorilla presides over the revelers.

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