Phone cone

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It also prevents text-neck.

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Wake up call

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Shake things up. Spit them out. Start from scratch. Look at it from a new lens. Clean house. Restart. Rethink the fundamentals. Reframe the issue. Recast anew. Remix. Rewrite the future. Say bye to the predictable. Out with the old and in with the new. Rebel yell!

It turns out a rush of blood to the head is what we needed. The jolt rejuvenates us. It reminds us that we’re alive, and why we should pursue what matters.

The desk is a purposeful mess, a clarion call to get more creative. Within chaos lies a solution, a chance to recycle what’s important and throw out the rest.

Rock climber Alex Honnold demonstrates how to dance with fear

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The amygdala is the prehistoric part of our brain responsible for controlling fear and pleasure. It tells us when to flee from a dangerous situation such as when we see a lion in the jungle; it also encourages us to seek more of something whether that be social media likes or sex.

But legendary solo rock climber Alex Honnold may be immune to fear. That was the hypothesis until he allowed scientists to take an MRI of his brain to measure his fear levels.

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Constant Surprises

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The world doesn’t want you to challenge it. It vows to impede your curiosity with short-sightedness. So imagine if you could just learn and do the work, staying open to new possibilities. One thing leads to the next if you’re willing to use all the colors.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Surprise