“Pump up your aura and channel your mood by intentional dressing. Wearing different hues can influence how we feel: Red: Passion and determination Orange: Success and creativity Yellow: Joy and happiness Green: Calm and safety Blue: Stability and confidence Purple: Wisdom and independence.”
via Practice Intentional Dressing — Moda-Creative thinking
Welcome back to National Parks & other public lands with T! My friends at Just Go Travel Studios have featured my post on the Hickman Bridge Hike in their article 11 Best Day Hikes in Capitol Reef Park. I love the charts they provide that plot hikes based on elevation gain and distance…makes it easy… via […]
via Capitol Reef -Hickman Bridge : Featured on JustGoTravelStudios.com — National Parks With T — ravenhawks’ magazine
County cricketers will take “maximum reductions” in their salaries during April and May and have agreed to waive £1 million ($1.25 million) in prize money during the coronavirus crisis, the Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) announced on Wednesday. The county championship, comprising four-day matches, was due to start on Sunday but English cricket is shut down…
via Cricketers agree virus package to support game — G9IJA.com
“Placing Amethyst and Black Obsidian by your front door keeps unwanted energy out of the space. Amethyst wards off ‘energy vampires’ and Black Obsidian is a stone of grounding and protection. We are all on Zoom in record numbers as we work from home: keep Shungite or Smokey Quartz next to your current DIY desk. […]
via Invest in Crystals — Moda-Creative thinking
Greek basketball star Giannis Antetokounmpo and his brothers donated 10,000 surgical masks to the Athens suburb of Zografou on Wednesday to help fight the coronavirus outbreak. “The municipality of Zografou wants to express its great gratitude to the Antetokounmpo family for offering 10,000 masks to the residents of the city as a measure of protection…
via NBA star Antetokounmpo donates masks to Greek city — G9IJA.com
Fortune cookies were actually invented in America, in 1918, by Charles Jung!
Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made of stone.