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Hypnotherapist, bringing back smiles at Serenity Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapist, bringing back smiles at Serenity Hypnotherapy

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A useful article via +Mark Tillison Just learnt some new tips for using Google+ and putting them into practice right now. Who knew there was so much to learn?
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"Just you wait till I grow up."- What do you imagine he's thinking?
This lizard looks like he's just hatched a plan to take over the world.

Please follow us on :: +Amazing Things 

#Lizard    #amazing   #animallovers  
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What an amazing place this world is. Just so much to see.
The Pulpit Rock, Preikestolen, Norway by Per Eide
pereide.no/?c=15616
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Oh now here's the leopard I was talking about in my post on Serenity Hypnotherapy. He looked into my eyes and I into his, one of those moments I will never forget.
Climbing Leopard

The leopard is a member of the Felidae family with a wide range in some parts of Africa and tropical Asia, from Siberia, South and West Asia to across most of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Interesting article. Want to get inspired, take a look.
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Girls just having fun. Great memories of a trip to Italy to visit my friend Donna.
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4 Reasons Why You Must Add Images to Every Post You Publish
And a place where you can find them

Do you feel like your articles aren't getting the engagement you are hoping for?

Well the simple explanation might be that you aren't adding (enough) images to your content. 

After all we've all heard the phrase that a picture is worth a thousand words...

In the following post you will discover four of the reasons why blog post images are important AND also where to look for them! 

Read it here: http://www.reviewzntips.com/images-importance/

#Blogging   #Content   #Marketing  
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Want to feel happy? Interesting article that will motivate you to exercise!
What Happens To Our Brains When We Exercise And How It Makes Us Happier by +Leo Widrich 

Do you exercise daily... or maybe at least once a week? 

Marketing and work are all important, but certainly not all there is to life. 

And exercise seems to be one of the (many) things some people always seem to find an excuse for...

Well this article might just change your mind on the importance of the latter! 

This is a really in-depth and interesting look at the positive effect that exercise has on our brains. 

In the post Leo talks about: 

   ►  What triggers happiness in our brain when we exercise
   ►  The key to maximize happiness through exercise
   ►  How to get into a consistent exercise habit

Take a minute to read it here: http://www.fastcompany.com/3025957/work-smart/what-happens-to-our-brains-when-we-exercise-and-how-it-makes-us-happier

h/t +Guy Kawasaki 

#exercise   #fitness   #science  
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Useful article for all you bloggers out there!
11 Common Blogging Mistakes That Are Wasting Your Audience’s Time

Nowadays, words can seem cheap. It doesn’t really cost anything to publish more blog posts, send more emails, share our life with even more social media updates.

But the idea that pixels don’t cost much is flawed.

Occupying more pixels means taking up more time from potential readers. If you’re not adding value with those pixels, you could be wasting the time of your readers.

And time is an irreplaceable resource. Time is precious. We all know it.

So avoid the 11 common blogging mistakes below at all costs. They waste the time of your readers by contributing to information overload without offering value in return …

http://www.copyblogger.com/common-blogging-mistakes/
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Spingbocks bounce like this for the joy of living. Think I'm going to do my own 'bouncing' tomorrow. What's your 'bounce'?
South Africa's National Animal - The Springbok

Jumping for Joy! It is believed that for the joy of living, Sprinbok jump up and down like bouncing balls, stretching their front and rear legs simultaneously and bending their heads down (this is called 'pronking')

Find out more about the Springbok and where to see them in South Africa ... read more: http://www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/wildlife_springbok.htm

#springbok #southafrica #southafricatravel  
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