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Expiration Date on China’s Promises Stokes Unease in Hong Kong Housing - NYTimes.com

Expiration Date on China’s Promises Stokes Unease in Hong Kong Housing - NYTimes.com

How do you know that won't just flop when you try something new? You don't. You have no freakin' clue. This sadly stops a lot of people from being creative or doing anything with their ideas.  But I urge you do it anyway. Know yourself and know your perceived (and often self imposed) limits and then nudge yourself more and more. Until one day you feel free.  But know that freedom is only a new version of your limitations and guess what? It's time to start that nudging all over again…

How do you know that won't just flop when you try something new? You don't. You have no freakin' clue. This sadly stops a lot of people from being creative or doing anything with their ideas. But I urge you do it anyway. Know yourself and know your perceived (and often self imposed) limits and then nudge yourself more and more. Until one day you feel free. But know that freedom is only a new version of your limitations and guess what? It's time to start that nudging all over again…

Matthew Chambers Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures. “Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset village where he grew up. His other education began in 1999 at Bath School of Art, followed with an MA at the Royal College of Art in London from 2002. He currently lives and makes on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency at Quay Arts in 2004.” See too Ford/Forlano "O'Keeffe" brooches.

Matthew Chambers Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures. “Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset village where he grew up. His other education began in 1999 at Bath School of Art, followed with an MA at the Royal College of Art in London from 2002. He currently lives and makes on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency at Quay Arts in 2004.” See too Ford/Forlano "O'Keeffe" brooches.

Feel like a relapse may be coming. I don't want them for Christians but on the other hand triggering myself is making me see what I've missed

Feel like a relapse may be coming. I don't want them for Christians but on the other hand triggering myself is making me see what I've missed

WASHINGTON (AP)(STL.News) — Spring has sprung early — potentially record early — in much of the United States, bringing celebrations of shorts weather mixed with unease about a climate gone askew.    Crocuses, tulips and other plants are po...

WASHINGTON (AP)(STL.News) — Spring has sprung early — potentially record early — in much of the United States, bringing celebrations of shorts weather mixed with unease about a climate gone askew. Crocuses, tulips and other plants are po...

So true!***we have tried many times, but actually after a while the conflicts do more harm than good. Its a rollercoaster, eggshells, mood swings, plans that get cancelled etc, with people are incompatible. Its noot about being 'offended' its more that there is an unease, an unnatural strain that has always been there. I can usually handle it except for when under extreme stress. You dont get the same shit off her i do, she has always looked down on me and acted a bit superior.

So true!***we have tried many times, but actually after a while the conflicts do more harm than good. Its a rollercoaster, eggshells, mood swings, plans that get cancelled etc, with people are incompatible. Its noot about being 'offended' its more that there is an unease, an unnatural strain that has always been there. I can usually handle it except for when under extreme stress. You dont get the same shit off her i do, she has always looked down on me and acted a bit superior.

One aspect of any good relationship is a sense of concern for the other person’s well-being. Parenting is no exception. It’s common to want to shield your child from pain, mistakes, and heartache and to foster happiness and success. However, as your child grows, the stakes get higher, and your control over their safety and their choices diminishes drastically. To deal with this lack of control, parents may turn to worrying (unease or anxiety over real or potential problems) as a consolation.

One aspect of any good relationship is a sense of concern for the other person’s well-being. Parenting is no exception. It’s common to want to shield your child from pain, mistakes, and heartache and to foster happiness and success. However, as your child grows, the stakes get higher, and your control over their safety and their choices diminishes drastically. To deal with this lack of control, parents may turn to worrying (unease or anxiety over real or potential problems) as a consolation.

We check our phones 221 times a day—an average of every 4.3 minutes—according to a UK study. This number actually may be too low, since people tend to underestimate their own mobile usage. In a 2015 Gallup survey, 61 percent of people said they checked their phones less frequently than others they knew. Our transformation into device people has happened with unprecedented suddenness.

We check our phones 221 times a day—an average of every 4.3 minutes—according to a UK study. This number actually may be too low, since people tend to underestimate their own mobile usage. In a 2015 Gallup survey, 61 percent of people said they checked their phones less frequently than others they knew. Our transformation into device people has happened with unprecedented suddenness.

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