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This particular top is made of vintage scarves with a crazy mix as Laurence (the creator) tends to do. She has used a laser to make razor sharp slits all over, which gives it a modern edge. Love this vintage and modern edge mix. There is obviously no age limit on this collector’s piece.

from Making Sense Of Cents

How To Make Money With A Blog - How I Earn $50K A Month

Making money blogging is something that YOU can do. I earn over $50,000 a month with my blog and show you how to make money with a blog too.


Mules rule over horses, donkeys in spatial cognition tests

De ezel ging eerst helpen met de landbouw. De mensen hadden hier veel profijt van. Een ezel is een sterk dier, en konden ze gebruiken voor de landbouw. Hij loopt met een hark over het land en ploegt dan het hele land om. Hierdoor ging alles veel sneller.

from Verywell

Must-Do Strength Training Moves for Women Over 50

Research has shown that exercise can slow down the physiological aging clock; check out these 10 strength training moves for women over 50. - Chris Freytag

"I didn't ever have any fear. I wanted to go VOTE, but I didn't have nobody to carry me because they was scared. And when I did go over there to vote, they asked me, "How many grains of corn on a cob? How many seeds in a watermelon?" I said, "How do you know unless you cut it open and count it?" That's what they were doing over there then. I told them, "You don't know yourself." Honey, I didn't bite my tongue."- MARY FRANCES MAYS

from Fall For DIY

50 Must Do DIY Projects

It's the start of a new month so that can only mean one thing. It's time for our…

A lot has been written about what I do with my fan mail… that I strew it about the floor, then walk about over it in my bare feet. Silly, isn’t it? I do with my fan mail exactly what it is intended for: I read it to learn how I’m doing. - Marilyn Monroe ♥

One of my favorite Dorothy pics. Did you know that she and Nat “King” Cole pitched ideas to networks about doing a television sitcom together? They had a few angles, including one where they played a “small-time pair of married performers" who went through all kinds of ('50s sitcom-ish) scenarios as they climbed the ladder to success. They were turned down all over town. Quelle surprise!