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Beautiful, Silent Woods Photographed by Daniel Kovalovszky

Longing for a deeper quiet than our contemporary world can provide, Hungarian photographer Daniel Kovalovszky retreats into nature in his series <i>Green</i> …

Breathtaking Aerial Photographs of Colorful African Landscapes

Far surpassing common aerial photography, Brooklyn-based photographer Zack Seckler transforms southern Africa into living landscapes pulsing with …

Photographer’s Project to Find the Average Face of Women from Each Country

Is it possible to determine what the average face of a nationality looks like?<p>Using photos of women across 41 countries, a photographer has merged …

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Jerry Seinfeld Doesn't Want Credit For The Seinfeld Productivity Secret

We often talk about the Seinfeld productivity secret: the notion that marking off a task or chore on a calendar creates a habit since you're …

Five Ways To Improve Your Outlook On Life

It is the events that happen in our lives that determine the state of our mental health, rather than some inherent personal inadequacy or genetic …

Use Google As A Timer With A Simple Search Command

Google has all kinds of clever search commands that save you time. Reddit user Blemish points out that you can use a command to keep track of time as …

Ocean Sole

At Ocean Sole our mission is to turn flip-flop pollution into art and functional products to promote our oceans. We are a Kenyan social enterprise …

DIY Watering Can From a Plastic Milk Jug

This super simple hack of an old milk jug is perfect for a new gardener that hasn’t gone out and bought a $20 watering can yet. Just upcycle your old plastic milk jug by heating up a needle and poking holes in the lid so water can flow through. I love it! This tutorial comes from Astra of A Journey …

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