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Friday, August 30, 2013
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
(Reblogged from El Solitario MC)
Since Galician forests are still burning, as every summer, we felt the urge to recuperate this gem from the past, now enhanced and translated into English so that all of you can better understand the nature of this natural sociopathic disaster that is not only a local phenomenon.
THE LORD OF FIRE (July 2011)
Last week, another young hero lost his life while his aircraft was helping to suffocate any given fire in the Galician forests. In this part of the world, to solve human deeds with fire, has been a cultural tradition and nowadays it has almost put an end to our natural resources.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
The beginning of a new schoolyear is approaching and we bet your work routines have faded during the summer... or at least they should have, because that is, after all, what holidays is about: forget school, forget work, have the nicest of times out with friends, enjoy the sun and the beach...
The bad news is now we need to get back to regular life and its routines.... and you need to get up early again! We hope these pieces of advice can help you achieve it. Yes, we know it will be hard, but it will be worth it.
Getting up early is like most any habit that makes you a more productive creative: It’s hard at first. Here are a few tips to get you started:
6. Stick with it. Know going in that it’s going to take some time to adapt to waking up early – probably about 30 days. Don’t expect to feel bright-eyed and bushy-tailed from Day 1. But if you stick with it, getting up early is likely to become one of your favorite rituals.
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