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sassyfitblog:

The Best Back Stretches

Perform each of these 3 back stretches for the specified time to help relieve back pain or just stretch your back. 

I love doing these after I workout.

1. Modified Cobra
2. Child’s Pose
3. Piriformis Stretch

Repeat 4-5x

Follow my blog for more great body stretching exercises.

Diy yoga!
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sassyfitblog:

Never hope for it more than you work for it.

Love this! You gotta work hard for what you want.

Happy Friday!

Que maravilla este post primero en la mañana. Sólo querer nunca es suficiente. Hacer con gusto es básico.
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weandthecolor:

Inspiring Art
Some mixed media artworks created in 2012 by visual artist Januz Miralles from Laguna, Philippines. The artist combined photography and photo manipulations with traditional painting by hand.
More artworks by Januz Miralles on WE AND THE COLORWATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest

Me encanta. Parte de mi inspiración para comenzar a dibujar este año
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weandthecolor:

Montréal Olympic Park – New Visual Identity by lg2boutique
More about the new visual identity of Montréal’s Olympic Park on WE AND THE COLOR.
Design, Branding, and Graphic Design on WE AND THE COLORWATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest
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weandthecolor:

Vitamins & Placebo – Paper Sculptures by Zim&Zou for DER SPIEGEL
More about the paper sculptures on WE AND THE COLOR.
Design on WE AND THE COLORWATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest

love pills!
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yogadudes:

The Zen master can see precisely what it will take to cause your awareness to become free. But the master can’t do it for you. Visit us at www.atmananda.com for teacher training programs #yoga #yogaeveryday #yogafit #asana #teachertraining #nyc #yogaboy #meditation #zen #peace #fitness #fit #picoftheday #instamood #yogasequence #awareness - @rawyogichef- #webstagram

I’m so greatful with John T, can’t thank him enough for the amazing life change after my Teacher Training and the constant practice of Atmananda yoga. Being fit beyond imagination through my body, mind, spirit and emotions!
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fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
fastcompany:

Hailing from the Colombian city of Bogotá, Herrera has been fascinated by birds ever since her mother brought home a pair of them when she was a girl. “I loved them, but I began to be concerned about them. Surely these animals have a reason to exist besides just being put in a cage?” she remembers. “When I went outside, I saw that birds were real living creatures, having real experiences just like me. I wanted to try to save their experiences and simultaneously remind myself of how important it was to be alive.”
This feeling of empathy between birds and herself—fellow creatures exploring the world with a joy and curiosity that could so easily be caged—is what inspired Herrera to start making her hyper-realistic sculptures. She creates a base model, then feathers it over with papercraft plumage delicately filamented with scissors.

Wow maravilloso!
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good:

This Disaster Housing Can Be Built in 5 Hours

A Dutch designer created this Lego-like emergency house, which is laser-cut on a CNC machine and then can snap together in as little as five hours. The house was made for Haiti, and includes a roof that can collect rainwater and filter it for clean drinking water.
Continue to popupcity.net

Shared by GOOD Community member Adele Peters in Design, Architecture and Environment

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The Essential Styling Dreams: Inspirado en Sueños
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