Why It’s Okay To Write on Your Bathroom Mirror

As you decorate for the holidays, consider writing on your bathroom mirror this season. 

With a dry erase marker. 

Not a permanent one, of course. 

That’s the sound advice from the talented mindfulness-teaching mother-daughter duo Barb Schmidt and Michelle Maros of Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life. Their inspirational messages have spread like wildfire across America over the past few years and rightfully so.

“We need the reminders,” says Schmidt, a longtime resident and supporter of Boca Raton. “I encourage you to take a dry erase marker and write on your bathroom mirror. I have done that for Michelle her entire

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Accreditation scheme for interior designers launched

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SINGAPORE — Consumers planning to engage interior design services in Singapore will now have a clearer idea on the level of expertise and professionalism, with the launch of the Singapore Interior Design Accreditation Scheme (SIDAS) on Friday (19 November).

Not only will the scheme act as a better regulatory framework for the city-state’s interior design industry, but it will also provide opportunities for practitioners to regularly upgrade their skills.

“We see the accreditation as a catalyst for the rejuvenation and reorganisation of Singapore’s interior design ecosystem,” said Keat Ong, president of the Society of Interior Designers, Singapore

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Gan Community Kitchen – Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

November 19, 2021

Local Group moving forward on plans for a Community Kitchen

On November 17, 2021 the Gananoque and Area Food Access Network’s Community Kitchen Workgroup welcomed over 20 participants to an online presentation and update on their efforts to establish a permanent community kitchen in Gananoque.

The group, known in short as G&AFAN, heard from 131 residents in a survey conducted earlier this year to determine interest in using a community kitchen. The results showed interest in using a kitchen for a variety of purposes including to learn and practice new food skills, to prepare and share a

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Orientalism and Architecture | ArchDaily

Orientalism and Architecture

We are twenty-one years into the twenty-first century. The world has never been more connected with the advent of new technologies, yet historical inequalities still run rampant. These inequalities manifest themselves in different ways. Global travel, for example – despite the ubiquity of aeroplanes nowadays – is still only widely accessible to citizens of “developed” countries due to prohibitive visa restrictions. In architectural education, many institutions still prioritise

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5 Surprising Reasons Your Bathroom Always Ends Up a Mess

It’s as inevitable as the coming of winter: Despite our best intentions toward organization and cleanliness, most of us wind up with bathrooms that embody chaos—a riot of hair products, creams and lotions, magazines, and cleaning supplies everywhere you look.

But why? Organizing the loo should be a no-brainer since most of us have drawers and (maybe) a linen closet to hold all of our stuff.

And yet, this room contains myriad organizing hot spots, even for the experts who should know better.

Here’s what can go wrong, organizationally—and how to fix each fast.

1. A pile of hotel freebies

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The very best new books on interior design

This is the time of year I find myself rereading some of my favourite books filled with cosy fireside scenes, turning leaves and cold, wintry evenings. As the festive period takes hold, this kind of nostalgia-inducing exercise feels like a pleasure no less guilty than an extra mince pie or mug of mulled wine. There are so many new releases on my to-be-read pile, and in my efforts to read outside of my AW setlist, I have turned to works of non-fiction. Soaking up new information about much-admired public figures or the nuances of new topics brings a sense

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RECRUITING: Kitchen Assistant – News


An exciting opportunity has become available within the Club’s Catering Team at Wycombe Wanderers Football Club. We are currently looking to recruit an Kitchen Assistant (Part-Time) working as part of a small team within the Catering Team at the Club’s Training Ground off Marlow Road near Booker, reporting into the Head Chef – Training Ground.

Duties will involve helping deliver a first-class catering provision for the Club’s First Team at the Training Ground, including assisting the Head Chef – Training Ground with food preparation for the Club’s players and staff based at the Training Ground (approximately 40 people).

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