Monthly Archives: May 2013

Lifehacking – Alternatives To Powerpoint

I may be posting some obvious things under Lifehacking, in which case bear with me. I am only a beginner. As I continue looking for what to do next, I decided to try out freelancing, thank you very much, Elance. … Continue reading

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Hello, Fig Inspired. Cry Of A Fox

As we say on this blog, art therapy is great for happiness. My favourite art is surrealism, Picasso, Dali, et al, my favourites are usually the contemporary art museums, the painting I am obsessed with at the moment is Bosch’s … Continue reading

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Lifehacking – Free Online Fax Services

I actually have a very selfish motive for this blog. I often post here best links and info that I then use myself. No bare reposting, not a fan of that, always try to provide context and it’s always about … Continue reading

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Top 10 Places To Visit In The Netherlands

The list is very cool, my top favourite is the national park. Maybe there I will finally have courage to get on a bike. Last time I cycled was in Japan, when I went to get some burgers, and it does … Continue reading

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A Little Bit Of Art Therapy

Some online art therapy for you this evening – Saatchi Online published 3 art collections, from China, Japan and Korea, the best imho is the one from China, check it out. Your happiness tank should fill up slightly afterwards. Very … Continue reading

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What Does Your Inner Voice Tell You?

Who said it? My friend Justin I believe. Eckhart Tolle is a bit like Marmite – you either love him or hate him 🙂  Yes, he is slightly out of this world. Yes, he holds weird TV meditations where for … Continue reading

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Economics Of Happiness

Interesting film and project. Sustainability, happiness, economics and politics come together. View their film on vimeo for $5 or like their page on Facebook and follow the movement.

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