29 Added | 4 Magazines | 2 Likes | @PattyPasquin | Keep up with Patty Pasquin on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Patty Pasquin”
The secret of success is learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you. If you do that, you're in control of your …
We're not saying that these fashion life hacks will change your life, but they'll definitely change your closet.
Music for Deep Meditation. 1,875,758 likes · 111,611 talking about this. Music for Deep Meditation creates high quality audio content for meditation …
<i>“Life is not complex. We are complex. Life is simple, and the simple thing is the right thing.”<br>―Oscar Wilde</i><p>When we were young life was easier, right? …
Use a tension shower curtain rod (only $8!) under the sink for hanging bottles of cleaner.
See posts, photos and more on Facebook.
I have a huge surprise for everyone – a brand new version of my Algonquin map! Go check it out at http://www.algonquinmap.com I've put a tremendous amount of work into it over the last two years, and that's made this new version into biggest update I've ever done :D What's new? Lots! For starters… • The new colour scheme makes the map way easier to read. It's really a night and day difference. You'll notice that I've really placed a huge emphasis on the basics – things like permit offices & outfitters, canoe routes & backpacking trails as well as campsites. This means that it only takes a quick glance to figure out where you are and where you need to go. • Estimated travel times In addition to labelling distances, I now include an estimated travel time for each segment of canoe route and stretch of backpacking trail. In calculating them I can apply a consistent set of criteria that a) you might forget to consider – myself I alway forget to include the loading and unloading time for each portage for instance, and b) uses information that you don’t have access to on the map itself. Notably, in calculating portage times my formula doesn’t just take the a portage’s elevation gain and loss into account, but also the slope at which you’re gaining the elevation. On the water I can take factors like frequent beaver dams and slower rates of travel on twisty creeks and rivers into account. It's incredibly handy for new and experienced canoeists alike. For the inexperienced it makes it incredibly easy to plan a reasonably paced trip, while more experienced trippers will find that it makes skimming the map and comparing different route possibilities incredibly simple. • I reinvented the way you choose an access point Okay, so it's trip planning time. But… where should you start? The official list of Algonquin access points clocks in at 30, while I include a staggering 100 additional unofficial ones on my map. While that means that there are a lot of options, that also means that you've probably been overwhelmed. The thing is, the access point you choose dictates the route you take on your trip and the experience you have as a result, so it's huge decision that you don't want to make a mistake on. After all, finding that you have to line up at each portage since there are so many people around, or getting your car stuck on a road that is really only suitable for 4x4's is a recipe for disappointment. Over the last little while I've spent a lot of time researching ways of making large amounts of information as easily digestible as possible, and I've come up with a system that allows you to quickly and easily search through every access point to let you answer questions like 'what access points are close to Toronto and not too busy', 'what access points don't require a 4x4, have an outfitter nearby and are close to Ottawa' and 'what access points are accessible by bus?' •Provincial park & conservation reserve details Ever wonder if a park bordering Algonquin is going to be noisy because it allows motor boats? How about if there’s a fee for camping? Now each provincial park, conservation reserve and private reserve features a series of icons that explain whether backcountry camping is permitted (and if it is whether you need to stick to designated campsites or whether you can make your own,) whether there are any permit fees, and whether you can expect noise from logging, mining, or hunting. …and that's just to start! I'll dive further into these and some of the other new features in the days to come, but that's a good overview of the more significant new features! As always the digital version of the map is a free download and is available as a JPG image and Google Earth file for your computer, as well as for iPhone, iPad, Android and newer Garmin GPS's. That said, now that I'm working on the map full time, donations are very much appreciated, and are along with sales of the waterproof copies of the map are what allow me to dedicate the countless hours that I spend trying to perfect the map – http://www.algonquinmap.com/donation.html Waterproof copies are available immediately and you can have them as soon as Wednesday if you choose Expedited shipping on checkout A special note to those who have bought a waterproof copy of the map in the last month – if you're interested in upgrading to the new version of the map, send me a Facebook message or an email, or give me a call at 1 888 933 3676 and I'd be more than happy to send you the upgraded version of the map on the cheap. I don't think it's fair to profit off of the unfortunate timing of your purchase and so the upgrade cost would just cover my expense of printing and shipping you the new map(s). Thanks to everyone for all of your support. I'm incredibly proud of the new version of the map, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as I've enjoyed making it. If you ever have any feedback, corrections or GPS tracks, remember that I'm always striving to improve - firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.algonquinmap.com
NEED TO DEBLOAT? TRY THIS DEBLOATING DANDELION DRINK Dandelions are a great source of vitamin A, potassium, iron and calcium. Dandelion detox tea is a diuretic that will eliminate bodily toxins through your liver and kidneys. DIRECTIONS: 1. Brew 2 teaspoons of crushed dandelion leaves (can use a dandelion tea bag if you don't have loose dandelion leaves) to a cup of boiling water and allow it to brew for about 10 minutes before straining. (Mountin Rose Herbs sells great organic loose dandelion leaves) 2. Then add 4 ounces of cranberry juice, which contains vitamin C, manganese and antioxidants, and helps flush out fats and other toxins that are released during weight loss. HOW MUCH? Drink 12 oz. (the cup of tea plus the cranberry juice) 2 times a day, morning, and before dinner.
A leading scientist, who has been fighting breast cancer since 1987, says the disease is overwhelmingly linked to animal products<p>In 1993, the breast cancer that had plagued Jane Plant since 1987 returned for the fifth time. It came in the shape of a secondary tumour – a lump in her neck the size of …Cancer
Proverbs 15:4 says a gentle tongue brings healing. It’s amazing what a few kind words can do. Words have healing power.
PreOrder here: http://yantsome.com/IRock2<br>Are you into having Fun and Rockin that Guitar?<br>Then this shirt is for you!<p>Over 50 Already Sold - Only 48 …