Whether it's turbulence or a previous traumatic experience, flight anxiety is common.For some, flight anxiety begins well before the plane even leaves the runway.It’s the perfect way to show off your life, whether it’s photos of your friends, your family, or just your favorite hobbies. Photo collages in your dorm room are especially important because they’re full of memories, and you probably miss your friends back home – plus, you want to show all your new college friends what an awesome life you have. But don’t just tape a bunch of your favorite pictures over your bed – try something a little more creative. This one using prints of your Instagram photos (or any kind of photo) is awesome. Arrange your photos around a bulletin board like a giant, visually pleasing frame. Make some canvas wall art so that your photos aren’t on your actual wall, and you can move them around if you want. Hang your photos in a fun, colorful frame like this. Decorate your room with fairy lights, and hang photos in between the lights. Make a banner with your photos for a cool collage you can hang anywhere. Use your photos as a border around your room, and add fiary lights above them. They're staying on Packer's yacht and we're told they'll be on the boat for "an extended vacation." After Capri, it's on to Cannes and St.
Dozens of youngsters took part in the 'boogie bounce' event, raising £800 for the Southampton Foster Carers' Association.
Many characteristics were short lived as new mount designs and features were constantly introduced by the printers to encourage photographers to buy more mounts so as to remain up to date and in fashion.
Whilst a ‘not before’ date can be accurately established for any particular attribute, allowance has been made in the calculations for the fact that some photographers would take longer to use up their stock of card mounts than others.
Ok, everyone is abuzz about it, and I know I’m late to the party. Basically it’s a location-based app that pulls info from your Facebook to create your profile, and then pulls up ‘matches’ that meet your age/sex/location criteria.
But the other day, I said to my productivity, “Hey, workflow, let’s take an unexpected 2 hour break and check this sucker out.” For anyone who doesn’t yet know what I’m talking about, ‘this sucker’ is Tinder: a ‘dating’ app that’s like if (remember that?! All you see of these potential matches are a few photos, any mutual friends or interests (according to your FB profile) and one tagline. The fact that you can tell when someone is “less than a mile away” made me believe that I was one mis-swipe away from ending up in some guy named Xenon’s trunk never to be seen again all because he had a cheeky tagline and a photo of a puppy in his profile pic. What started out as an experiment got me thinking about what this app says about dating in general.