One set of newlyweds made their special day even more special by placing a GoPro camera inside the bride's bouquet. The idea of the groom, who's a photographer himself, this slick maneuver gave a unique perspective on the couple's nuptials. Clever and thoughtful, no wonder she married him.
The PBS Idea Channel points out some guilt-free ways to waste you work day. With channels like AsapSCIENCE, C.G.P. Grey, Minute Physics, and Vsauce (sorry no kittens), YouTube's time-wasting content can actually make you smarter, allowing you to view with a clear conscience.
You know you should take vitamins, but figuring out what supplements to take is tough when the vitamin aisle offers shelf after shelf of often mysterious substances. Care/of, is taking out the guesswork and endless Goole searches by offering the convenience of personalized supplements delivered to your home. All you have to do is take a quick survey that asks you questions about your diet, exercise, lifestyle, and other habits, and they'll come up with a pack of high-quality vitamins and supplements that meet your needs. Those include everything from the basic Calcium and Vitamin C to Rhodiola or Bacopa, specialty botanical supplements that help with stress and focus. They arrive already sorted in handy, travel-friendly daily packs that can be thrown in your bag or desk, ensuring your vitamins are always on hand. The fact that they also cost less than what you'd pay at the health food store is just a bonus.
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Not all comforters are created equally. For those looking to step up their sleep game, Brooklinen's All-Season Down Comforter is the ideal addition to turn your bed in to a year-round cloud of comfort. Handmade in Northwest Canada of premium Hutterite down, a soft cotton sateen shell and a baffle box construction, this is a no-brainer upgrade. Warm enough to rely on during the winter and light enough to keep on your bed year round. After 5 months of back orders, these babies are finally back in stock so grab one while you can.
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After losing his arm six years ago, Nigel Ackland has been given a part of his body and his life back with the Bebionic3. The carbon fiber mechanical hand is controlled by muscle movement from his upper arm and allows him to make movements so precise, Nigel can type, peel vegetables, and even dress himself again for the first time since his accident.