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Minimalism is just another form of conspicuous consumption, a way of saying to the world: ‘Look at me! Look at all of the things I have refused to buy!’
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We’re not saying you should plan your day to the minute—that’s not fun for anyone—but keep in mind that there are over 50 attractions between the two parks, and that doesn’t even count shows, shops and restaurants. It’s a lot to manage, so we suggest adding a bit of structure to your day: Are there any parades or nighttime shows you want to see? Do you have dinner reservations?
Begin your morning at California Adventure and get FastPasses for World of Color and Radiator Springs Racers—sometimes you can immediately grab an additional Fastpass, so make sure to read your Racers ticket. Afterwards, head to Disneyland (which won’t conflict with your California Adventure passes) and get a FastPass for Indiana Jones or one of the Mountains, as well as one for Fantasmic (which won't count against your pass limit).
Pro tip: Struck out with passes for the major thrill rides? Consider using the single rider line if you’re okay being split up from your group. On Radiator Springs Racers especially, this can sometimes knock the line down from over a two-hour wait to less than 30 minutes.
Pro tip: Pack an extra pair of socks if you plan on riding Splash Mountain or Grizzly River Run. Nobody likes blisters and stinky socks.
Pro tip: If you’re looking to soldier on with a bit of liquid courage, stake out a seat on the patio at Cove Bar at California Adventure or hole up in Trader Sam’s at the Disneyland Hotel.
Pro tip: Consider turning off your data or going into airplane mode, especially on reception black holes like Indiana Jones and Soarin’, to keep your phone running all day.
Pro tip: As you leave attractions with an on-ride photo, don't forget to snap your own shot of the screen.
Start at the left and work your way right because everyone does the opposite.
Don’t follow the crowds.
Pro tip: If you’re looking to travel to and from the Downtown Disney area, the monorail is a fun, retro shortcut that typically doesn't have a huge wait. Plus, the nearby lots offer three hours of free parking; you'll save money this way if your visit is under six hours, but stay longer and you'll pay considerably more than the garage.
Arrive early. Lines are shortest in the morning because, let's face it, who wants to wake up that early? You do.
If you can stay awake for a few extra hours, the late showings of Fantasmic and World of Color are significantly less crowded.
Just about everything is less crowded during the Disneyland fireworks (except for Fantasyland and Toon Town attractions, which close during the show).
www.timeout.com
For all of us, there’s no greater gift than being able to match good people with one another, and then hear their stories. This is not just a business for us; it’s what gets us up each and every day. We count our success by the enormous number of connections, relationships, marriages, and children we’ve helped to create. We know they may not exist today without ChristianMingle. Now that you’re ready, join for free today and start browsing now!
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A cat will extend its claws for many different things such as to kneed (when they are content they might put their paws out, claws extended, and then pull them in rhythmically which is how they get their mother’s milk to flow). A cat might extend its claws in anger or fear. Claws are also extended for cleaning purposes as well as scratching which can mean several things such as ownership, sharpening claws for a fight, or dominance. Claws can be removed, but please don't; instead, set up a weekly routine of trimming their claws and give them plenty of things to scratch.
pethelpful.com
"This is a victory for cannabis consumers who, like alcohol consumers, simply want the option to enjoy cannabis in social settings,"
A booming "canna-tourism" industry has taken hold since then, with tourists dropping an estimated $100 million at recreational marijuana stores in Colorado last year. Vacationing smokers accounted for nearly 17% of adult-use sales in the state, the Marijuana Business Daily reports.
"Finally, law enforcement is going to have the opportunity to tell people: 'You know what, you can't smoke in the park, you can't smoke in a hotel, you can't smoke in any number of places — but here is where you can go,'"
www.businessinsider.com
"Cellulite is very difficult to treat, and it's an innate characteristic of being female," Ploch told Live Science. Although losing weight may make the bumpiness less visible, it probably won't remove all of the appearance, she said.
www.livescience.com
As a writer, I have always made time for writing – specific time, in fact. I have blocked out entire days to do most of what I write and on other days I’ve set aside an hour or tow of uninterrupted time to do the same. But I have found that setting aside blocks of time for writing isn’t enough. I need to set aside time for specific types of writing. There’s blocks of time for my work here at Lifehack, there’s blocks of time for my fiction writing, there’s blocks of time for my personal writing and there’s blocks of time for when I am working on my book project. That’s what I have to do to ensure that I get all of my writing done during the week, and it keeps me focused on the area I’m supposed to be writing on rather than the very broad category of simply “writing” that I’ve used in the past. Narrowing the category down to the specifics has boosted my productivity by keeping me on track and allowing me to fulfill all of my writing needs.
www.lifehack.org
With the exception of humans, who inhabit every continent except for Antarctica,[4] most primates live in tropical or subtropical regions of the Americas, Africa and Asia.[5] They range in size from Madame Berthe's mouse lemur, which weighs only 30 g (1 oz), to the eastern gorilla, weighing over 200 kg (440 lb). Based on fossil evidence, the earliest known true primates, represented by the genus Teilhardina, date to 55.8 million years old.[6] An early close primate relative known from abundant remains is the Late Paleocene Plesiadapis, c. 55–58 million years old.[7] Molecular clock studies suggest that the primate branch may be even older, originating near the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary or around 63–74 mya.[8][9][10][11]
en.wikipedia.org
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