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Living life one slice of pizza at a time

When I look back, I don’t have regrets. In the moment I am really, really hard on myself, I’m definitely my own worst critic and can be my own worst enemy, and I’m trying very hard not to be that.

When I look back, I don’t have regrets. In the moment I am really, really hard on myself, I’m definitely my own worst critic and can be my own worst enemy, and I’m trying very hard not to be that.

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I don’t want to lose the boy with the bread.

Suzanne CollinsThe Hunger Games (via feellng)

Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.

Albert Camus (via feellng)

laboratoryequipment:

Simpler Brain Folding May Indicate SchizophreniaAnyone who has seen pictures or models of the human brain is aware that the outside layer, or cortex, of the brain is folded in an intricate pattern of “hills,” called gyri, and “valleys,” called sulci.It turns out that the patterns of cortical folding are largely consistent across healthy humans, broadly speaking. However, disturbances in cortical folding patterns suggest deeper disturbances in brain structure and function. A new study published in the current issue of Elsevier’s Biological Psychiatry suggests that schizophrenia is associated with reductions in the complexity of the cortical folding pattern that may reflect deficits in the structural connections between brain regions.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/simpler-brain-folding-may-indicate-schizophrenia

laboratoryequipment:

Simpler Brain Folding May Indicate Schizophrenia

Anyone who has seen pictures or models of the human brain is aware that the outside layer, or cortex, of the brain is folded in an intricate pattern of “hills,” called gyri, and “valleys,” called sulci.

It turns out that the patterns of cortical folding are largely consistent across healthy humans, broadly speaking. However, disturbances in cortical folding patterns suggest deeper disturbances in brain structure and function. A new study published in the current issue of Elsevier’s Biological Psychiatry suggests that schizophrenia is associated with reductions in the complexity of the cortical folding pattern that may reflect deficits in the structural connections between brain regions.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/simpler-brain-folding-may-indicate-schizophrenia

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A custom touch.  Using a consistent pattern in a room connects different design elements and brings them together.   From the floor pattern, to the cabinet design and up to the light fixture, our eye moves easily around this beautiful space. 

designmeetstyle:

A custom touch.  Using a consistent pattern in a room connects different design elements and brings them together.   From the floor pattern, to the cabinet design and up to the light fixture, our eye moves easily around this beautiful space. 

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