How to furnish a house in green color?

House is where we spend most of the time. So very important what it looks like. This color has the ability to affect a person’s emotional state. Psychologists say that it happens because shades of green color are associated with nature. Green color refreshes make people more positive and cheerful.  Green abstract paintings help set […]

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How Online Loans Work

No matter how much money you need, before you take a loan online, you should read a few rules that will help you not to make a mistake with a banking organization.

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Color and Interior Design

It has long been known how various colors affect the psyche of a person and his/her emotional state. Therefore, the color of furniture in the interior is important not only for creating the style of an apartment or house, but also for its inhabitants.

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Two-in-one: Save the Planet and Raise Money

In many cities around the world there is such an environmental problem as industrial pollution. Factories, electric and hydroelectric power stations, transformer substations, gas stations, warehouses for storage and processing of products are sources of pollution.       How to reduce pollution       First of all, the reduction in industrial pollution depends on the enterprises themselves. […]

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Delicious Irony – The Festival of the Unusual

While the rest of France was celebrating Bastille Day – their national holiday – with military marches and parades, the little town of Mahalon marked the occasion with an atmosphere of fun and carnival…and a bit of hospital bed racing.It is perhaps not surprising that the people of Mahalon do things a little differently than […]

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Everything is (STR)AWesome – Durrow Scarecrow Festival

The European Bazaar project has now been underway for 4 months. Sadly it has been set against the distressing backdrop of the twin Malaysia disasters, the international apathy toward the massacres in Gaza and the political collateral damage of the war in the Ukraine. And it’s times like these that it is is easy to forget that […]

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Mud, Sweat and Beers – Germany’s Mud Olympics

Driving north we are on the upward span of a long, arching bridge. Up ahead the girders of the bridge, set against the monotone grey-blue sky, make it look as if we are driving towards a door in the firmament, opening into a hazy Great Beyond. It’s not too far from the truth. As we […]

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