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This is unique and undeniably amazing!!
Artist Irons And Folds Tulle Fabric To Create Beautiful Portraits (10 pics):

www.boredpanda.com/ironed-folded-tulle-portraits-benjamin-shine/

#art #fabric #portrait #creative  
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Look at that pollution. Don't you think it's time for us to wake up before it's too late?

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Losing Weight or Muscle Gain?
Strategies For Results for Training
1. When isolating Post-Exhaust
2.Apply the Overload Principle
3. Avoid Fatigue Accumulation: This prevents injury
4.Train with high volumes when Gaining or Losing Weight
5. Decrease volume every 3-4 months

It is not always how hard you work, but how smart you're working

these are great strategies to keep in mind to get the maximum results from your training program.
 
the goal of your training is most important and dictates how you apply these strategies.

remember that you are training within your own limits and abilities.

there is only one person you need to keep up with, And That is You

#resistivetraining   #strengthtraining   #musclegain   #weightloss  

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Let's have coffee
Coffee does more than just wake you up! 

Learn about the Top 10 Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee! http://eat.ac/Coffee_Benefits

#Coffee  
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My latest recipe is outta this world!!

Teriyaki Salmon Recipe >> http://www.laurainthekitchen.com/recipes/teriyaki-salmon/
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Whether you're a #fashion fan or not, this street art piece of Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld is pretty epic! 
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still the richest
Bill Gates lost $507 million today -- but he's still the richest person in the world. | http://bloom.bg/13dQTy9 
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#starwars  

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#space  
Hubble astronomers have found an unexpected surprise while surveying more than 100 planetary nebulae in the central bulge of our Milky Way galaxy. Those nebulae that are butterfly-shaped or hourglass-shaped tend to be mysteriously aligned such that their rotation axis is perpendicular to the plane of our galaxy.

http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2013/37/
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