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The Lausanne Instragramers team organizes a photo challenge during the Lausanne Lumières 2013 Festival. Everyone can participate. On the Instagram app, publish photo shots taken during the festival, between November 22nd and December 31st, 2013. Your pictures can be taken either with your smartphone or with your dedicated camera. All formats and edits are allowed. Astonish us and be creative! Rules in @igersLausanne #Instagram Account

I went to read the devotion for today and immediately knew it was a repeat of yesterday's. Turned out it must be an error because you'll find that if you go to the publisher's website http://ift.tt/174W4G3 your you'll find that yesterday's devotion should've been about Your 1st Question. I read that from the site in lieu of the app error and yes @calah_elisabeth I sent them an email. #day3 Complete! Favorite Part in (yesterday's) devotion: Eves first mistake was to engage with the…

Self-Care Exercise: Crochet a Basket and Curate Items You Love (Crochet Concupiscence)

This crochet exercise is an excerpt from my book Hook to Heal. I am publishing it here in recognition of the amazing support I’ve received from my Patreon funders. Please consider micro-donating (as s

Read This, Then That: The Love That Split the World and Other Unique Time Travel Books

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These Are The Most Creative Techie Resumes We’ve Ever Seen

Like these creative job hunting examples I pinned it twice.. Relevent, targeted and out of the box.

13 Ways to Include Charcoal in Your Beauty Routine

Charcoal for Beauty and Health - Detox, Improve Digestion, and Clear Skin with Activated Charcoal - Elle

Columbia Journalism Review is a watchdog and "friend of the press in all forms including newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the web." It examines day-to-day performance of the media. It is published by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

The tendency to listen to the holy music of the self is reflected in the abundance of messaging and self-publishing services, all of which pose a profound challenge for media companies.