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Mounted Beer bottle opener with Mason jar cap catcher by GottaBeASign on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/465399461/mounted-beer-bottle-opener-with-mason

Mounted Beer bottle opener with Mason jar cap catcher by GottaBeASign on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/465399461/mounted-beer-bottle-opener-with-mason

Come to Envision Eye & Aesthetics for all your eyebrow needs. From regular brow shaping to microblading we offer it all! Call 585-444-EYES for more information. #Eyebrows #Microblading #EnvisionROC

Come to Envision Eye & Aesthetics for all your eyebrow needs. From regular brow shaping to microblading we offer it all! Call 585-444-EYES for more information. #Eyebrows #Microblading #EnvisionROC

There’s no such thing as a boring shade of gray. Check out this collection of gray interior paint colors from BEHR to see all the different shades that one color can offer. Yellow- and red-toned grays offer a warm greige hue that will make any room in your home feel cozy and inviting. Blue- and purple-toned grays, on the other hand, offer a more traditional look that pairs well with white accents.

There’s no such thing as a boring shade of gray. Check out this collection of gray interior paint colors from BEHR to see all the different shades that one color can offer. Yellow- and red-toned grays offer a warm greige hue that will make any room in your home feel cozy and inviting. Blue- and purple-toned grays, on the other hand, offer a more traditional look that pairs well with white accents.

Jenny Blake, the author of "Pivot," recommends thinking of your happiness formula on a micro level—day-to-day routines and 5-to-20-minute habits—and on a macro level of bigger choices, like where to live and work. What micro and macro elements are most important to build into your life?

Jenny Blake, the author of "Pivot," recommends thinking of your happiness formula on a micro level—day-to-day routines and 5-to-20-minute habits—and on a macro level of bigger choices, like where to live and work. What micro and macro elements are most important to build into your life?