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The Power of Smiling Infographic - "Smiling — the purest expression of happiness — has the ability to regulate our blood pressure, strengthen our immune system, lower the risk of cancer, increase our life by seven years, and provide inner peace and satisfaction. The good news is that it doesn’t cost a thing." What's Getting in your Way: https://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/whats-getting-in-your-way-psychological-help/

The Power of Smiling Infographic - "Smiling — the purest expression of happiness — has the ability to regulate our blood pressure, strengthen our immune system, lower the risk of cancer, increase our life by seven years, and provide inner peace and satisfaction. The good news is that it doesn’t cost a thing." What's Getting in your Way: https://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/whats-getting-in-your-way-psychological-help/

Super crunchy, super tasty, super easy - what more can you ask for in a pickle? Refrigerator Garlic Dill Pickles | The Creekside Cook

Super crunchy, super tasty, super easy - what more can you ask for in a pickle? Refrigerator Garlic Dill Pickles | The Creekside Cook

I'm still learning and attempted to make an Infographic for the "lucid dreaming" subreddit. Thoughts?

I'm still learning and attempted to make an Infographic for the "lucid dreaming" subreddit. Thoughts?

Hack Your Brain for Lucid Dreaming | Community Post: 18 Amazing Body Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

Hack Your Brain for Lucid Dreaming | Community Post: 18 Amazing Body Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

George Harrison was a huge advocate for the ukulele.  He loved playing them, and even giving them away.  On one trip to Hawaii I was told a story that George would go around the island and buy all the Kamaka’s he could find (now I don’t know if it was a certain size he was after, or if he just bought any and all), and he would then give them away. Ain't she sweet-McCartney&Harrison on ukulele+Ringo(1994)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5k-OE0-fWs

George Harrison was a huge advocate for the ukulele. He loved playing them, and even giving them away. On one trip to Hawaii I was told a story that George would go around the island and buy all the Kamaka’s he could find (now I don’t know if it was a certain size he was after, or if he just bought any and all), and he would then give them away. Ain't she sweet-McCartney&Harrison on ukulele+Ringo(1994)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5k-OE0-fWs