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Planning A Winter Road Trip in Iceland

Posted By MalloryOnTravel on Travel

http://malloryontravel.com - IainIainMallory Guest post by Alison Bailey It’s Iceland, it’s December,  it’s cold and snowing, having spent several days holed up in Reykjavik courtesy of a hurricane Iain and I are planning to escape, and circumnavigate the island. Originally intending to drive anticlockwise around Route N1, a circular road that makes a circuit of the island possible, but the weather wasn’t […]The post Planning A Winter Road Trip in Iceland appeared first on Mallory On Travel.MalloryOnTravel

TAKE YOUR CHILD ON A FOOD TOUR

Posted By pintsizegourmets on Food

http://pintsizegourmets.com - We’re lucky. Our children were born and raised in Hawaii, the most racially diverse state in the United States as there is no real majority.   With 23% of Hawaii residents claiming to be multi-ethnic (two or more races), in Hawaii you’ll find many groups adding their own variety of culture to our local way of […]

Outfit of the Day: Burgundy skirt & Soft sweater

Posted By Ahandfulofstories on Fashion

http://www.ahandfulofstories.com - Shot these during the holidays – aren’t those lights amazing? Man, I miss this already. Check out another outfit with this versatile pencil skirt here (featuring sneakers and a slogan sweatshirt). Мы снимали эти кадры перед самым новым годом – такая красота. Я уже скучаю по праздникам! Вот тут можно посмотреть еще один образ с этой Read more

Solitude: Do You Avoid Spending Time Alone?

Posted By TatianaMichelet on Self Improvement

http://infoselfdevelopment.com - It’s the weekend, your friends come round, you order a pizza from La Dolce Vita; you thought of making pasta but boiling the water requires constant checking. You have higher priorities than home cooking. As an organized person, you check your social media profiles while you listen to the conversation about fine dining without feeling fine.

To digest, the stereo emits its sound out, flesh moves, the steps start dancing with the style of kurt Cobain from Nirvana and ends as still as the Buddha sitting at peace in the middle of a Viennese waltz...

“Hatred breeds hatred”: Charlie Hebdo, marginalisation and terrorism.

Posted By KGuilaine on Personal

http://racereflections.co.uk - Many remember the place of their upbringing with fondness and nostalgia. This may be particularly so for those who through life’s circumstances, have had to leave their childhood home behind. As a Parisian born and cité bred immigrant to the UK, for me the banlieue of Paris evokes memories of multicultural community and a sense […]

Is The Past Holding You Back from Your Future?

Posted By TatianaMichelet on Self Improvement

http://infoselfdevelopment.com - Each morning you take the time to stare at the bathroom mirror, hoping that your face can hide your insecurities for one more day – you already know the day will be spent interpreting people’s smile and analysing your neighbours motives behind their small talk. You suspect them to see the seven, sixteen or twenty-one year old hiding behind an adult mask...

Ramblings of a Feminist

Posted By ekjeacheblog on Society

https://ekjeacheblog.com - Anisha, a 15-year-old girl, clad in jeans and a top, entered her mathematics-coaching center, with her mother. On her way to the classroom, she could hear a mom saying quite loudly, “If this is how the girls dress, why won’t our sons get distracted. Now if my son gets attracted to her and does something, […]The post Ramblings of a Feminist appeared first on Ek Je Ache Blog.

Up Close & Personal with Florida Manatees

Posted By alaJoAnn on Travel

http://waysidegems.us - You may swim with the Florida Manatees in Crystal River, AND it is the only place in the U.S. where you may also touch them. From personal experience, I can tell you: Getting up close and personal with these gentle aquatic giants is unforgettable.

A Breakdown of an At-At

Posted By bluerocker on Sci-Fi

http://iwbag.com - If you have ever wondered what goes on inside of an At-At (All Terrain Armored Transport), here is a great diagram that explains some of this behemoth creatures finer points. Star Wars fans and artists are great for breaking down some of the small things (in this case large) and explaining them ...

The Colbert Report Hosts Special Guest Smaug

Posted By bluerocker on Humor

http://iwbag.com - Go figure, but Steven Colbert hosts the dragon Smaug on a recent episode Steven Colbert is always looking for interesting guests for his show ‘The Colbert Report’, but his recent guest The Hobbits ‘Smaug’ really stole the show. There was very little room as Smaug busted onto Stevens set but still proved ...