ASIAN NOODLE SOUP – (SUPERCHARGED GLUTEN AND GRAIN FREE VERSION)

 

 

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This Asian Noodle Soup is  dairy, gluten and grain free and one of the most nutritious and nourishing meals about.  When the weather is hot and humid as it is at this time of year, I often crave a simple soup.  Not a heavy chunky or blended soup but an Asian style spicy broth.  As I like to make everything I feed my family as nourishing and tasty as possible, I’m always looking for new and interesting ways to do so.  So here it is and as always, with lots of versions to suit your taste and dietary requirements. Continue reading  

How to Avoid Eye Strain While Working at a Computer

 

 

Eyestrain is the most common complaint of those who work at a computer. It can cause headaches, dry eyes and even blurred vision. There are plenty of ways to avoid this condition, fortunately, and most are inexpensive or even free.

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    Position your monitor at the proper distance and angle. It should be directly in front of you, about 45 to 75 centimeters (18 to 30 inches) away from your face. The monitor should also be a little lower than eye level, with the top of the monitor lined up with your eyes if you were to look straight ahead. This angle will keep your neck in a more natural position, which means your eyes will be less strained to stay in their own position of looking slightly down. Continue reading  

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10 Useful Digital Photography Tutorials for Beginners

 

 

Are you a beginner looking for good digital photography tutorials? The great news for you is there’s plenty of free online tutorials and guides to help you get started with digital photography. In this article, I’ve put together 10 of the best beginner-level photography tutorials I could find. I also listed additional websites at the end where you can find even more beginner-level tutorials, guides, and blog posts on digital photography.

1. Beginner Photography Course

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This free online course on PhotographyCourse.net is divided into 8 information-packed lessons interspersed with useful illustrations to help you grasp the topics being discussed. The site’s original author is Skip Heine, an award-winning photographer who’s been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize on two occasions. Continue reading  

20 Corporate Brand Logo Evolution

 

 

Have you ever wonder how the first Apple logo looks in 30 years back? Did you knowVolkswagen was Hitler’s idea? Or how the IBM logo changes over the time? Or where theMercedes-Benz Brand And The Three-Pointed Star logo came from?

20 Corporate Brand Logo Evolution

As we already know that Logo is the identities that are fundamental to building a brand and communicating with the target audience. Many well-known corporate brand changes their logo to archive the perfect identification because identity’s creation is not an occasional activity, but a permanent one.

Below we listed 20 Corporate Brand Logo Evolution with their fascinating stories linked to their current official site. Continue reading  

30 Excellent Logo Design Tutorials And Walkthroughs

 

Designing a great logo is no easy task. It’s something people will remember, something that tells a story. In fact, your logo is a very important part of your branding. It becomes a way to connect your company with your promotional efforts such as advertising, promo products , etc.

We all know branding is not just a pretty logo, but creating something that’s memorable and that reflects what your company is about and effectively conveys your message will go a long way.

The tutorials featured in this post will walk you through the process of creating your own logo in Illustrator or Photoshop. Needless to say that the design process should start with a pen and paper, but these tutorials should give you the tools you’ll need once you sit at the computer.

Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for Vivid Ways ↓

Logo Design Process and Walkthrough for Vivid Ways

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Create an Origami Logo

 

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10 Health Benfits of Ginger

 

 

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Ayurveda gives ginger the status of a virtual medicine chest. That’s because this wonder spice has time-tested digestion-friendly properties, in addition to its numerous other health benefits. Continue reading  

What’s More Important in Life: Work or Family?

 

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What is most important in life?

If you’re like many angel investors we interviewed, you’ll answer: family. Joanne Wilson’s greatest accomplishment is her children. “Hardest job ever is being a parent,” she said. Glen Hellman said, “I’m most proud of having a family that love and respect each other.” Continue reading  

Biggest single volcano on Earth, say scientists

 

 

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Scientists say that Tamu Massif, an underwater volcano in the northwest Pacific Ocean is the largest single volcano yet documented on Earth and among the largest in our solar system. Continue reading