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Whipping up treats in the kitchen can do more than just create yummy comfort food, according to a growing range of sources in both the culinary and mental health worlds. In fact, baking has been found to have therapeutic value which helps to ease depression and anxiety. And seeing that one in four people will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives, this wholesome therapy is good for the whole family. But watch the sugar – how about making healthy versions of your favorite treats?
Happy New 2014!!!
My dear friends, from all my heart I wish you a blessed New year, full of happiness and good luck!!!
Let everyone of you after 365 days has a right to tell "2014 was MY year" and remembers the past 52 weeks with proud and good emotions.
Be well! Be happy!
Diana DeGorma sings "Don't cry out loud" as third song in the Semi-Final. I think, no, I'm sure that this was her best performance in the entire season!!!
Baby cried the day the circus came to town Cause she didn't want parades just passing by her So she painted on a smile and took up with some clown While she danced without a net upon a wire I know a lot about her cause you see Baby is an awful lot like meDon't cry out loud Just keep it inside and learn how to hide your feelings Fly high and proud And if you should fall remember you almost had it allBaby saw that when they pulled that big top down They left behind their dreams among the litter And the different kind of love she thought she crowned There was nothing left but sawdust and some glitter But baby can be broken cause you see She had the finest teacher that was me I told her:Don't cry out loud just keep it inside and learn how to hide your feelings Fly high and proud And if you should fall remember you almost had it allDon't cry out loud Just keep it inside oh and learn how to hide your feelings Fly high and proud And if you should fall remember you almost made itDon't cry out loud Just keep it inside And learn how to hide your feelings Fly high and proud And if you should fall remember you almost had it all
What Do Your Sex Dreams Mean? We all have 'em — but it turns out that our raciest, steamiest dreams might not have that much to do with sex after all. Top Articles Everyday Health Head-Scratchers CommunityHealthy Living Blogs Healthy Living Discussions DrugsDesyrel Cortef Eulexin There you are — under the covers, disrobed, fooling around with some sexy mystery hunk. Suddenly, you catch a glimpse of his face and … it’s your old third-grade math teacher?
That’s when you wake up.
Yep, you were having a sex dream, and that doesn’t mean you’re weird or have a raving sex drive. On the contrary, research shows that most Americans dream about sex often: About 8 percent of nighttime reveries involve some sort of sexual activity, according to a University of Montreal study, with women getting it on in dreamland just as frequently as men.
But just why do we have sex dreams? And what does it mean when the other person involved is your boss, your best friend, a young Ringo Starr — or even all three at the same time?
“All dreams, even sex dreams, can be easily connected to things going on in your life,” says Ian Wallace, a dream psychologist and author of The Top 100 Dreams: The Dreams That We All Have and What They Really Mean. “And every character in your dream represents a small snippet of your own personality.”
Love is many things. It's both painful and beautiful, burdensome and protective. Most people want it, some people find it, and a few die never experiencing it. This guide will help you keep the love in your life magical, lasting, and extraordinary.
Valentine's Day, in all its commercialized glory, will come and go, but at the end of the day it's just you and your soulmate. If you put time, effort, and love into your relationship, life as a couple will become even more wonderful than it was when you were single.
Communication, an open mind and open heart, and a willingness to forgive and work together for a strong, more lasting relationship are the most vital elements of happy, committed relationships.
Above all, relationships are not easy, but they are absolutely worth the struggle and effort.
Most people know that communication is a vital part of a relationship, but both partners, in their own ways, have trouble actually opening their mouths and talking about their problems. Here are some common issues each gender has with the other.
About girls, for the guys: you may think we talk about anything and everything, so how possibly could we have trouble communicating. The truth is, we fear rejection and being alone more than the average guy does. The result is that most girls will talk about everything except what's bothering them most, out of fear of our significant other leaving us or being angry with us.
Proud of The Team
Disappointed in the Violence
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Who watched the Stanley Cup Final game last night? I did--I went downtown! I even left at 3 in the afternoon to watch it. As soon as the 2nd period was over, I bolted out of downtown IMMEDIATELY. Oh I could think was: "Oh dear, there's going to be another riot tonight!"
And so there was. I have attached an article that I found online. It's all anyone can talk about in Vancouver at the moment.
The action of a small number of immature individuals have tarnished Vancouver's nearly squeaky clean image for the world to see. Normally I would go on and on, unleashing my thoughts on the whole situation, but I am REALLY busy this week, I have rehearsals with different pianists back to back for the next couple of days, and then 2 back to back performances at different ends of the city on Sunday.
So...to make matters brief, here's what I think:
1. Thank you Canucks, for giving us hope and great pride in the last few months. It took 17 years for our team to go to the Stanley Cup Finals again, and it's because of each and everyone of you in the team--you are the magic combination!
And...yes, we still love you. At least I do, anyways. I will be watching again next season!
It´s time to do some trial and error when it comes to baking and cooking for Christmas. Did you feel the coldness of the air, the wind blows and the cool breeze of near December. Yes, it is soon Christmas. How fast the time goes, and I find myself telling that often. ”Time move fast for me” or am I that slow?
Well this post is actually for my caramelized mandle. I never been that occupied in baking and cooking not until I immigrate to Norway. Here in Norway you can learn a lot of baking and cooking. Specially when it comes to a good and tasty cakes and pastries. They have an excellent taste, the Norwegians. Actually many of the chief cook that you can find in the five star hotels are Norwegians.
Back to my caramelized mandle. It´s easy, it´s good, and it´s unstoppable when you start eating it. So I suggest to caramelize a good amount of mandles.
Vom locui pe Luna