July 18, 2014
conversemusic:

Sao Paulo, we’re coming to party with you…and bringing some friends with us. bit.ly/CRTLSPtix

conversemusic:

Sao Paulo, we’re coming to party with you…and bringing some friends with us. bit.ly/CRTLSPtix

July 17, 2014
June 10, 2014
festashuffle:

Shuffle @ Squat
25.abril.2014

somos lindos somos gifs

festashuffle:

Shuffle @ Squat

25.abril.2014

somos lindos somos gifs

April 29, 2014

guardian:

Doodles in the sky: the city drawings of Thomas Lamadieu - in pictures

French artist Thomas Lamadieu turns images of jagged building skyscapes into fanciful characters. See more »

(Source: theguardian.com)

fastcompany:

Working late on a project? Why staying up all night is the worst thing you can do.
When running up against a deadline, pulling an all-nighter may seem your only option to complete a project, but a recent study published in the Swedish journal, Sleep showed that, rather than boosting productivity, staying up all night is actually harmful to your brain.
The researchers measured blood levels of certain proteins associated with brain injuries such as concussions and found protein levels were 20% higher in those who pulled all-nighters compared to when they got a full night’s rest. Although not as high as protein levels post-concussion, the study proves skimping on sleep can do real brain damage.
Dr. Ermerson Wickwire, Sleep Medicine program director at Howard County Centre for Lung and Sleep Medicine in Columbia, Maryland, and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, says that while many executives have habituated to chronic sleep loss, they are losing out on key productivity benefits of sleep by depriving their brains of a nutrient just as vital as food or water.
Why are all-nighters so harmful?
Read More>
[Image: Flickr user amboo who?]

fastcompany:

Working late on a project? Why staying up all night is the worst thing you can do.

When running up against a deadline, pulling an all-nighter may seem your only option to complete a project, but a recent study published in the Swedish journal, Sleep showed that, rather than boosting productivity, staying up all night is actually harmful to your brain.

The researchers measured blood levels of certain proteins associated with brain injuries such as concussions and found protein levels were 20% higher in those who pulled all-nighters compared to when they got a full night’s rest. Although not as high as protein levels post-concussion, the study proves skimping on sleep can do real brain damage.

Dr. Ermerson Wickwire, Sleep Medicine program director at Howard County Centre for Lung and Sleep Medicine in Columbia, Maryland, and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, says that while many executives have habituated to chronic sleep loss, they are losing out on key productivity benefits of sleep by depriving their brains of a nutrient just as vital as food or water.

Why are all-nighters so harmful?

Read More>

[Image: Flickr user amboo who?]

December 12, 2013

11starthestral:

New Community Video: Chang’s Doing What?! And Why Joel McHale’s “More Excited Than Ever”

As Yvette Nicole Brown puts it, “The goal is for this to be a repilot. If you’ve never seen the show before, you could jump in at this season five, episode one.”

(via communitythings)

October 10, 2013

lechapelierlunatique:

Fascinator preto com flor de organza, penas e voilette.

Disponível para aluguel, tratar no email sylvjardim@gmail.com

LOVE IT!!!!

June 7, 2013

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February 3, 2012