Monthly Archives November 2018

Putting the Pieces Together Enhancing Your Mental “Muscles” with Puzzles

When determining what activities would be fun for the family, it can be difficult to find something everyone can enjoy and partake in equally. Luckily, puzzles exist (and in large varieties)!

Puzzles come in a wide variety of difficulties. Families can choose from smaller, easy puzzles to more difficult, 1000 piece jigsaw puzzles depending on their skill level and the amount of time they wish to invest. Some of the toughest 2000 piece puzzles feel like an incredible accomplishment to finish that you may want to frame your puzzle once you’ve completed it! There are puzzles for every preference, from beginners who love cats to those who love tough puzzles of intricate buildings or landscapes!

Did you know? The oldest known puzzle is a dissection of a square mentioned by Archimedes around 250BC!

Puzzles have existed for centuries, but doctors have recently learned

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How to display your favorite photographs without harming them

When you go to any sort of art show you always find these beautiful photographs and drawings displayed for all to see. Once you get home from the art show do you ever find yourself wondering how exactly they keep the artwork so nice even when it’s up for week and months at a time? Isn’t it fairly often when you take photographs out of their frames you find that they’ve started to bend and tatter at their edges rather than staying as straight and perfect as they once did? Perhaps if you’re one of those people who have trouble with your imagines beginning to turn or crumbling within your hands you should be looking for ways in which to preserve your precious photographs. Well, here are a couple of the tips to taking care of your important items.

Pay close detail to your paper

It may seem silly at first, to hear that your paper should be one of the things that matters the most when it comes to displaying your images, but the truth is the paper you choose matters a great dea

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