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I tend to pin many pins at the same time when I start a new board, so if you hate it when people do that, then you may not want to follow me.

Love is...having someone to talk to in the evenings

Love is... Comic for Fri, Jul 26, 2013

The study of disappointment is just in its infancy, but there is a definite physiological aspect to what happens in the brain, when people experience the emotion we call “disappointment.” This leaves us with the unpleasant task of getting through life's difficult moments without having a clear method on how. Follow thist latest data and self-help techniques to turn sour into sweet as you take steps to overcome disappointment.

The Best Apology - How to say sorry like you mean it.

The next time you catch yourself with a glass-half-empty mentality, you'll know just what to do.

Tuesday Tip #15 - Stress Relief // JennMann…

Emotional Intelligence Training Orlando florida, Center for Work Life

5 tips to build your Resilience

Nicodemus Kansas -- A Black Pioneer Town - Nicodemus, Kansas is the only remaining western community established by African Americans after the Civil War. Having an important role in American History, the town symbolizes the pioneering spirit of these ex-slaves who fled the war-torn South in search of "real” freedom and a chance to restart their lives. This "ghost town ” has since gained recognition as a National Historic Site.

"Afterglow" Author; Helen Lowrie Marshall

Post-Kindle serialized ebook wouldn’t be possible without pre-industrial age printing.

Used by the Vikings for navigation - the "sunstone" or "icelandic spar" essentially depolarizes the light that comes into contact with it. Holding it up to the light and then moving it away results in a brief visual phenomenon called Haidinger’s brush. The light briefly turns into a yellow line that points directly to the position of the Sun. It works even on a cloudy day, accurate down to 1 degree.

Bustle, 1885. I cannot imagine walking around with that attached to my butt...

How the Tudors invented breakfast This 14th‑century miniature shows men enjoying a glass of red wine. Alcohol features prominently in medieval and Tudor accounts of breakfast. (Copyright AKG Images)

What Historical Era Do You Belong In?