I have always love Ikea’s idea of interior decoration even though the quality can’t be compare to brand name products. On the bright side, it’s affordable especially for the young and the poor like me!!!
I love white couch and sofas! It goes with anything especially with dirt. hahaha. I guess a trip to Target or Walmart for Bleach is a must if you have pure white furniture!
Galette Des Rois by sachama
Fruit Pie by athedjo1
McDonald’s Japan Choco Pie (Sankaku) by 808talk
Blueberry Pie of Love by Daphne_Ann
Lastly is my Choco Pie *_*
Pork Pie? Ye Olde Pork Pie Shop by alister from England
Enjoy the Orange Interior!!! ^__^
After Austria!! my second trip would be Netherlands!!! It’s like going on an actual tour without paying for it right? A picture saves thousand of dollars right? right? <– sounds familiar to you? My Dream Tour!!! Anyway, Enjoy ^_^
Taken by semplicementebiba
Taken by Andurinha – Amsterdam Canal View. I bet everyone knows everyone here!! Unlike where I live, I don’t even know my neighbor’s name.
Gooische Stoomtram – Taken by sandrosamigos. Something about this picture that attracted me so much!!
Church in Amsterdam – I guess one family can own two different types of vehicle. By the sea, through the land 🙂
I love their Street Light!!
Well, last time I complained about my absent-minded!! So guess what I found while searching online? hahhaha Here’s an article for it.
Why do we tend to forget things so easily as we get old? The answer lies with the hippocampus on either side of our brains. Everything we see, hear, and feel is stored in these two cucumber-shaped areas that measure just one cm in diameter and 10 cm in length.
The moment we are born the neuro-cells in the hippocampus start to die off, and around the age of 20 the rate of destruction starts to pick up speed. Some say about 3,600 memory cells disappear in about an hour. But there’s no need to worry. While one memory cell generates a few axons, people can create enough axons, through deliberate efforts, to replace dying memory cells. Let’s examine a few proven methods to keep our brains young.
1. WalkingBy making 210 people with average-sized brains walk briskly three times a week for one hour each session, a research team at Illinois University found that after just three months of walking, the walkers’ memory cell activities were on par with those who were three years younger. The team also found that walking stimulates the cervical vertebra which in turn doubles the amount of blood circulated to the brain. Active blood circulation facilitates the release of neurotransmitters, enabling much faster and simultaneous information exchange, said Prof. Lee Dong-yeong of Seoul National Hospital’s neuro department. “This helps to improve long term memory.”