Author: Sophie Andersen

Sophie is blogger based in Australia. She is contributor for several health and lifestyle blogs. She’s hooked on yoga and healthy living. Sophie is also interested in architecture and home décor. As DIY enthusiast she is always seeking for new home craft ideas. Besides decorating home Sophie also enjoys preparing and decorating food. You can find Sophie’s advice by following her on Facebook.

In 1977, almost 40 years ago, the movie “Pumping Iron” was released, becoming a classic and a must-watch in the bodybuilding subculture. In the movie we can see Arnold Schwarzenegger with a ballet instructor, practicing ballet moves for improving posture, posing and anatomically correct positions. But in that time, bodybuilding was getting the mainstream attention and the connections between the tough weight lifting and somewhat more gentle physical practices wasn’t made, at that point. With regular yoga exercises you could improve your weight lifting training by becoming more flexible, endurable, relaxed and stress relieved, balanced and functional. Strength For putting…

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If you’re not strict about wearing only precious metals, and numerous examples of fine craftwork impress you, maybe you should give do-it-yourself manufacture a try. You’d be surprised how you can recycle the old pieces and breathe in a new life to them. The leftover elements, regular and cheap items and some inspiration are required to design and produce the most amazing of trinkets to wear on many occasions. Here is our selection of ideas and easy step-by-step explanations. Hairpin Simplicity For this warm-up DIY project you’ll need: thin bendable craft wire, hairpins, nail polish in several tints, earring…

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When I first got the idea for this article, it was supposed to be a third person, impersonal overview of dance styles in which I would simply write about each of them and frame the list with a couple of warm words of general dance recommendation. But then I thought to myself – why not speak from my own experience? It will surely be more engaging, given the fact that I am one of those converted people who only recently realized the power of dance movement. You know those guys who make you dizzy in a club, because everybody else…

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