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Saved by Gotchi on April 9th, 2019.
Felix Ruckert is a dancer, choreographer and curator. He creates events, performs, gives lectures and teaches workshops, often fusing his knowledge from dance with an unique approach to practices of BDSM and conscious sexuality. He also enjoys making music.
Felix main interests are the endless possibilities of the human body. He studied Ballet, Modern and Contemporary dance, Improvisation, Feldenkrais, Pilates, Continuum Movement, Yoga, Chi Kung, Kinomichi, Kyudo, Tao Yoga, Massage techniques, Tantra, Kinbaku, Choir and Solo Singing and much more. In the last twenty years he became well known for his practical and theoretical investigation of BDSM and the exploration of connections between BDSM techniques and artistic practices, developing an art of touch and a philosophy of sensual communication.
Saved by Gotchi on January 30th, 2019.
Everyone has heard of the sex drive, but few of us know we have a sleep drive, too — our biological need for some shuteye.
And just as some have a stronger sex drive than others, people’s sleep drive varies according to their personality and genetic inheritance or internal biological clock.
Our bodies and brains all run on our individual bio-time. Or at least that’s what they’re designed to do.
Saved by Gotchi on January 30th, 2019.
According to sleep expert Michael Breus, you can pack the most into your working hours by knowing your sleep type.
Chances are you don’t start work in the morning without first having a cup (or several) of coffee.
But as board-certified sleep specialist and The Power of When author Michael Breus sees it, exactly when you should have caffeine depends on your sleep type.
When it comes to falling asleep and waking up, Breus has found there are four types of people in the world–or rather, animals: bears, lions, wolves, and dolphins. Each represents a so-called “chronotype” that describes your body’s natural sleep habits and energy patterns. Knowing not to act like a wolf when you’re really a bear, says Breus, can help you have less painful wake-ups, fewer after-lunch slumps, and more productive workdays overall.
USING YOUR SLEEP PATTERNS TO REDESIGN YOUR WORKDAY
Breus believes that your chronotype can offer a roadmap for taking advantage of your body’s natural energy flows. Here’s what an ideal workday might look like, according to Breus, for bears, lions, wolves, and dolphins...
Saved by Gotchi on January 15th, 2019.
Digital nomads are a type of people who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and, more generally, conduct their life in a nomadic manner.
Nomad List is the biggest crowdsourced database of cities in the world. Nomad List is a database of 1,202+ cities in the world analyzing 976,836+ data points every second to help you choose where to go next — and when you arrive, it connects you to 100,000+ nomads there.
It also connects 10,000+ remote workers on a paid online social platform, as well as organizing meetups worldwide to connect digital nomads.
Saved by Gotchi on January 14th, 2019.
Find a Crew™ is the World's largest international online Boat & Crew network and a truly global website, with active members in over 200 countries with amazing people from all walks of life.
Find a Crew™ matches and connects boat owners & representatives directly online with crew from anywhere in the world. Find a Crew™ is not a crew agent and everyone can decide for themselves with whom they wish to maintain further contact.
There are no contracts, no commissions, and no fees to register, list, search, view, or maintain a profile on Find a Crew™ - it's all free for everyone. Anyone, either crew or boat, can upgrade at anytime to Premium to exchange contact details and personal messages, for which at least one party is required to be Premium.
This keeps the quality of exchanges high and gives Premium members exclusive access to a very large number of matching Free & Premium members. Free members in return can exchange contact details with any matching Premium members.
Saved by Gotchi on December 28th, 2018.
HelpX is an online listing of host organic farms, non-organic farms, farmstays, homestays, ranches, lodges, B&Bs, backpackers hostels and even sailing boats who invite volunteer helpers to stay with them short-term in exchange for food and accommodation.
HelpX is provided primarily as a cultural exchange for working holiday makers who would like the opportunity during their travels abroad, to stay with local people and gain practical experience. In the typical arrangement, the helper works an average of 4 hours per day and receives free accommodation and meals for their efforts.
Saved by Gotchi on December 22nd, 2018.
These days, you can travel the world for a lot less than you may think. After all, it’s easier than ever to find great deals on everything from luxury hotel rooms to international flights.
By now, you probably know how to set up price alerts on KAYAK or find cheap airline fares via Hopper, but there are also some lesser-known sites that can help you save a ton of money on flights.
In addition to the three best websites you should use to find cheap flights, here are three under-the-radar tools that you should take advantage of.
Saved by Gotchi on November 22nd, 2018.
Cycle chic or bicycle chic refers to cycling in fashionable everyday clothes. The fashion concept developed in popular culture to include bicycles and bicycle accessories as well as clothing.The phrase Cycle Chic was coined in 2007 by Mikael Colville-Andersen, who started the Copenhagen Cycle Chic blog in the same year. Copenhagen Cycle Chic, dubbed "the Sartorialist on two wheels" and selected as one of the ten best fashion blogs by The Guardian.
Saved by Gotchi on November 21st, 2018.
Vsauce is a YouTube channel brand created by Internet celebrity Michael Stevens. The channels feature videos on scientific, psychological, mathematical, and philosophical topics, as well as gaming, technology, culture, and other general interest subjects. YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Vsauce/featured
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