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Quinoa wrap with black beans. Quinoa wrap with black beans feta and avocado. Quinoa mixed with an avocado-tahini sauce rolled up in a whole-grain tortilla. Healthy Wraps, Healthy Snacks, Healthy Eating, Yummy Wraps, Veggie Wraps, Healthy Kids, Think Food, I Love Food, Vegan Recipes

Vegetarian Recipes

This healthy wrap filled with black beans, feta, and avocado is a great way to use quinoa. #vegetarian #recipe #veggie #healthy #recipes

National dress(bunad) from Norway. This one is called "beltestakk" from Telemark Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Folklore, Norwegian Clothing, Norwegian Fashion, Costume Ethnique, Beautiful Norway, Costumes Around The World, Ethnic Dress

Beltestakk fra Telemark - BunadRosen AS

Bilder, pris og informasjon om Beltestakken fra Bø i Telemark. På denne siden finner du også informasjon om tilbehør til Beltestakken.

Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Technology category. Check out Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It now! Blockchain, Business Model, Sharing Economy, Circular Economy, Social Change, Goods And Services, Content Marketing, Digital Marketing, Innovation

Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It

The sharing economy has changed the way we consume goods and services. With $2.8 billion invested in food tech startups last year, there's no sign of

Benoit P. Rainbow Gathering Québec by Benoit Paillé, via Behance Rainbow Gathering, Hippie Man, Hippie Love, Hippie Chick, Eclipse Solar, Rainbow Family, Benoit, We Are The World, Favim

Humor, Film, Pop Culture, Career Advice, Packaging Design, IKEA, Science, PANTONE

We talk about Design, Art, Photography, Advertising, Architecture, Style, Culture, Technology, and Social Media.

Article: “Somewhere in America, Muslim Women Are 'Cool'” by Sana Saeed -… Artikel: "Irgendwo in Amerika sind muslimische Frauen" von Sana Saeed – The Islamic Monthly Muslim Fashion, Modest Fashion, Hijab Fashion, Women's Fashion, Islamic Fashion, Street Fashion, Design Set, Muslim Girls, Muslim Women

Meet the Mipsterz

A group of young women is trying to prove that it’s possible to be hip and stylish, while still covering up. Can they break the stereotype of the hijab as a symbol of oppression?

A Hindu priest throws coloured powder at the devotees during Holi celebrations at Bankey Bihari temple in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India. Holi Photo, Holi Festival Of Colours, Holi Celebration, Picture Editor, India Colors, Happy Holi, Color Powder, Pictures Of The Week, Photojournalism

Holi celebrations - in pictures

Holi, also known as the festival of colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India

Everything evolves, including how human beings relate to one another in intimate relationships. Norms which have been relatively stable in this space have been… Wifi, Ogilvy Mather, Love You, How To Plan, Future, Reading, Relationships, Honey, Space

The Future of Relationships

Everything evolves, including how human beings relate to one another in intimate relationships. Norms which have been relatively stable in this space have been…

Scandimania: 'Stipsters', digital innovation and now, social business Happiest Places To Live, Best Entrepreneurs, Social Business, Social Enterprise, Then And Now, Innovation, Culture, Bari, Om

Scandimania: 'Stipsters', digital innovation and now, social business

Scandinavian countries are some of the world's happiest places to live. How is this impacting their social sector?

The Future Of Ownership: How The Sharing Economy Will Change The Wa. Command And Control, Sharing Economy, Change The World, Economics, Collaboration, Culture, Learning, Objects, Honey

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Collaboration economy. Another sparks and honey report.

Matika Wilbur is interviewing and photographing members of each federally recognized tribe in an effort to break down stereotypes. Native American Tribes, Old West, First Nations, Business Design, Nativity, This Is Us, Culture, Graphics, Artist

One Artist’s Mission To Photograph Every Native American Tribe In The U.S.

Matika Wilbur is interviewing and photographing members of each federally recognized tribe in an effort to break down stereotypes.

Monday night, the Maria Shriver–produced documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert will premiere on HBO. Maria Shriver, Hbo Documentaries, Women In America, Academy Of Music, Tv Reviews, Chick Flicks, Influential People, Silent Film, Movies To Watch

Maria Shriver Found the Most Sympathetic Poor Woman in America

Monday night, the Maria Shriver–produced documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert will premiere on HBO. (It will also be...

The Future of Music: Scott Snibbe (Future of StoryTelling Storytelling, Culture, People, Artists, People Illustration, Artist

The Future of Music: Scott Snibbe (Future of StoryTelling 2013)

http://www.futureofstorytelling.org When asked what he does for a living, Scott Snibbe tells people that he "designs useless programs." In reality, he spends...

Getting too attached to Siri is one thing. The actual future of people’s relationships with software may be a lot weirder. Siri, Labs, Infinite, Innovation, Relationships, Articles, Community, Change, Culture

How Infinite Information Will Warp And Change Human Relationships

Getting too attached to Siri is one thing. The actual future of people’s relationships with software may be a lot weirder.

'As a girl, I remember my mother wearing miniskirts and taking us to the cinema. My aunt went to university in Kabul.' Horia Independent women in Afghanistan in The progression of women is abruptly halted by the Taliban. Denying Women's Rights National Geographic, Women Rights, Historical Pictures, Beirut, Viera, Belle Photo, Old Photos, The Past, Black And White

From Afghanistan to Syria: Women’s Rights, War Propaganda and the CIA

In the 1980s, Kabul was “a cosmopolitan city. Artists and hippies flocked to the capital. Women studied agriculture, engineering and business at the city’s university. Afghan women held government jobs.” There were female members of parliament, and women drove cars, and travelled and went on dates, without needing to ask a male guardian for permission.