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Finally, it's Easter :)

I know you have a lot of things already planned for the day but no matter what plans you have in store, nothing beats celebrating the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ with friends and family. The rituals of the day get all the more enjoyable and without taking much of your time here is a collection of some funny and religious Easter Quotes for you to enjoy the day all the more.

Happy reading!
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Repurposing, doesn't it sound great, I mean you can get a completely new thing with a new usage from an old thing which you no more use! This is a good way to follow the three rules of saving the environment, namely - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Repurposing is also a boon for those who have a love for DIY folks. Also, the repurposed objects have a totally different look as compared to the ready made ones. The other and may be the most prominent benefit of repurposing for some people is that they don't have to give away with their beloved belongings. Sometimes, objects around us become special for us for some or the other reason. They wear out but our attachment to them does not. So the best way to keep them and also not let them become a burden, is to repurpose them. But one has to churn the wheels of imagination of one's mind to repurpose things.
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Do you think you are clever enough to digest any joke that any one throws your way. Here are 23 mind-boggling jokes that'll put your smartness to the test.

In case you have a knack for puns, one liners and hard to understand jokes then I bet you'll love this post. I recently stumbled upon some clever mind-boggling jokes that at first even for me were hard to comprehend. Not that they are in some alien language or something but they are really hard to understand when you read them for the first time.

These jokes range from all fields of knowledge, science, english, history and even plain common sense and are funny enough to make you laugh, scratch your head and Google. Have a look:
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Easter is around. Time to party, enjoy and have a fun time with near and dear ones. It is always nice to plan a get together, the best way to celebrate Easter. But I know that the idea of throwing a party is good but the arrangements seem to be difficult. The real challenge is making your party really memorable for you and others. You want your party to be unique. Isn't it?

The real mantra to make a party successful is enjoy it yourself from within. Be an active and live host to others and just keep up the spirit to party, rest will go on smoothly by itself. Regarding the arrangements, you don't have to worry either. Bringing in new ideas for a unique party, we have done that part for you. In fact here is a complete party DIY arrangement list for you to explore. All you have to do now is scroll down to have a look at the ideas and start working on your favorites. Come on, hurry up!
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5 Fun Easter Apps For Kids

Posted: 4/18/2014
There is no doubt that Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year for the Christians all across the globe and with the Holy Week already underway and Easter Sunday fast approaching, Easter preparations are already close to the finish line.

No matter what you are planning for the day, a big family feast or a day filled with Easter rituals, keeping the kids occupied and at the same time entertained while you are yourself busy is a tough job, here are some fun Easter-themed apps for the kids.

Have a look:
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Software testing is often not understood properly. There are various misconceptions that appear and that are simply not correct. With this in mind, let us focus on those testing myths that are a lot more common than they should be.

1. Software Testing Is Boring

The truth is those testers that do not have fun are actually doing something bad. The media is at fault for this misconception. Software testing is basically presented as being boring and monotonous. That is definitely not the case. Testing is really exciting and it brings in daily challenges. There is a motivation behind the job. The people basically discover, investigate, explore and learn new things on a constant basis. Whenever a product is observed or operated with an evaluation purpose, problems have to be recognized.
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Remember the "Handmade Scented Jewelry For Food Lovers" we featured on our blog some time back? Weren't those incredible!

They were all really some mouthwatering jewelry pieces. I believe one does not even need to be a food lover to fall in love with the jewelry made at Tiny Hands. They are cute enough to grab anybody's attention and make them say 'aww'. Because they are so realistic in their looks, they also act as good appetizers as well.

Well, I, being both a food and jewelry lover could not get over them. Seeing the two loves of my life coming together is awesome. Staring at those jewelry and admiring their beauty and simultaneously growing hungry, I decided to know the story behind them and got in touch with Mei, the creative brain behind them.

Read on the our exclusive interview with her.
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You must have seen tea spilling out of the cup, but have you ever seen the cup spilling out itself. To be more appropriate, I would call it melting. What if the ceramic cup you have your tea in melts? You can imagine that pretty easily, and it won't be something of much beauty to look at. But Livia Marin, an artist or actually a sculptor does exactly that. She makes the melting look beautiful and interesting.

According to her website, "She employs techniques and strategies that are characteristic of Sculpture, Installation and Process Art. She employs everyday objects to enquire into the nature of how we relate to material objects in an era dominated by mass-production, standardization and global circulation."
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Before you start an eCommerce store, you need to have a proper strategy in place. Otherwise, you are setting yourself up for failure - and dooming yourself to eCommerce Hell, as Shirley Tan eloquently puts it!

Assuming that you have done your homework on market research and whether or not there is enough demand for your product line, the next step is driving potential customers to your store and then actually turning them into customers!

I've put together an infographic where I talk about strategies that you can implement to market your store. I'm going to talk about the 5 most important ones here:

1. SEO - SEO should form the foundation of your marketing strategy. SEO, or search engine optimization, is what you do to get your website found in Google and other search engines. The best part about SEO is that it is free traffic!
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Meet iWoody, a stylish water-transfer wood design wall charger that can perfectly fit in a power socket and is look-wise pretty different from the regular ones. iWoody works with any USB iPhone, USB, or a mini USB (found with most Android devices) cables.

Brett and Steven are the two brains behind this remarkable product. Both are entrepreneurs, healthcare professionals and old friends who are committed to product design and innovation for the past 16 years.

According to Brett, this product was inspired and designed to honor his father, a lifelong inventor, entrepreneur, and production owner in the wood business since 1961. He also owned and operated a lumber mill in Philadelphia and later went in to start his own packaged firewood business that was featured in over 70 supermarkets in PA, NJ, and DE who is currently fighting lung disease.
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The next big thing in the world of smartphones is about to happen. When we speak of this we of course refer to the Samsung Galaxy S6, the future phenomenon from the house of the Korean giant, which is expected to make headlines worldwide. The next flagship device from Samsung could create greater competition with other phones, so aspects other than the specifications of the  Sony Xperia Z3 and iPhone 6 will have to be worked on by the respective rival companies, meaning they would have to step up their game to match the hype created around the S6.
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As an entrepreneur, I know you lead a busy life and you have a lot of work on your mind. Here are 5 tools that'll help schedule your work and important appointments.

When it comes to managing and scheduling your work there are n number of tools in the market and making the right choice is all that matters. A moment of haste and you might end-up downloading an app or using a tool that is nothing more than a burden.

Using these tools will fulfill all your work management needs. From scheduling appointments and meetings to reporting. These tools would help you ease out your work load in a more organized manner. Have a look:
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Madrid-based design agency Tata&Friends has come up with a unique collection of minimalist icon posters based on the literal meaning of the band names of the rock bands that they love

'Literal Rock Band Icons' features bright yellow minimalist posters with nothing but icons. "After doing some research on icons design we decided to make this tribute to the bands we love. Literal Rock Band Icons."

You can scroll down each poster to check out the band's name in case you are not able to guess the name.
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When you come up with a great idea, do you tell people about it, or is your first instinct to keep it to yourself? If you're more of the hush-hush type, you might be doing your office, organization or community a disservice by not sharing what's on your mind.

Sure, it takes guts to talk about a topic - especially a new one - in front of a group. That said, developing a plan for presenting new ideas is an important skill to have as a small business professional. Presenting your idea with confidence to a supervisor, other colleagues or whoever shares in making decisions can open all sorts of new doors, and it's easier than you think.
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Are you a geek who loves travelling? Here are 15 gadgets for the geek in you.

What's that one thing that every geek loves, gadgets and everything thing geeky, right?
But what about a geek who loves travelling, what does he loves? Think... think... Geeky travelling gadgets, right?

Well, here's a list of 15 cool travelling gadgets that the geek in you would love. From plug speakers that you can plug into a power outlet to travel-themed shadow box, travel dairy to travel journal, you'll find all sorts of travel geek gadgets that I bet you'll love. Have a look:
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There's no doubt that Twitter is on the second spot of every business' or individual's social media strategy. With approximately 650,000,000 users, sending out more than half a billion tweets every day, Twitter is one of the most popular social media platform after Facebook

No matter how huge your follower number on Twitter is there always comes an instance when you get hungry for more and during such times a few changes, here and there, in your Twitter - social media strategy can be of great help.
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Starting a new job has it's fair share of challenges, none more so than learning how to deal with tricky situations in the first week.

At Fueled, we thought it would be great to chat to some prominent CEOs and find out their tips and suggestions on proper business etiquette that new employees should master in the first week on the job. Check them out below!

Tip 1: Always state your full name when meeting others, regardless of whether you prefer to be called something else. This ensures that there is no confusion down the line when someone calls and asks for 'Libby' when your full name is Elizabeth.
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Creativity knows no end. Time, place and medium are no bar for creativity. One just needs that type of bent of mind to be creative. Creativity, if joins hands with science, can lead to an invention, if it merges with music can produce a new tune. Creativity in cooking can end up in a delicious mouth watering dish and when it gets mixed with the art of drawing, some delights to watch can be created.

Tineke Meirink, a Dutch illustrator from around past fifteen years does something exactly like that. She spots anything on the street or anywhere around her and gives it whole different look through her drawing. It can be difficult to understand this work of her, without having a look at them.

Her blog is named just what she actually does, "Stop:Watch". According to her blog, "Stop:watch is about taking a closer look. To stop and watch. Tineke takes photos of apparently uninteresting items such as litter and bird-droppings and adds a minimal illustration digitally. That way these photos get a whole different meaning, they come to life. She hopes it makes people realize that everything has its beauty and that it is just more fun to take a closer look."
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Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, popularly-known as Witchoria has come-up with an very interesting project called 'Human Error', where the artist digitally inserts computerized error messages over scanned Polaroid films.

Every image in this project depicts a human emotion and every error message serves as a call to action like to "move on" or "erasing feelings", everything that holds us back and deters us from getting over a failed relationship of a broken heart.

This an ongoing project, and it shows how difficult a task fixing a broken heart is. Want to know why, check out these images below.

Happy viewing!
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In February, we listed 10 big sellers on Etsy, our 'Etsy Heroes'. This month again, we have another batch of 'Etsy Heroes' to share with you.

The heroes this time are not just sellers but are talented photographers as well.

Some of these photographers are so talented that their works have been featured in TV series like Grey's Anatomy, How I Met Your Mother, Community, etc. and some apart from selling their photography works sell pillows, canvases and iPhone cases as well.

You can follow these photographers to learn more about photography and improve your skills or get in touch with them and learn the reasons behind their success. Check them out:

Happy reading!
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