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Mark Warren Jacques, Always the Joy Turns Back Upon Its Source, 2009

Mark Warren Jacques, Always the Joy Turns Back Upon Its Source, 2009

On the Yoga Forum for more yoga chat with likeminded people. It's a great  little supportive corner of the internet, and I'd love to chat with you  there!   Personally, I find improving flexibility one of the toughest things to do  because it takes a lot of time and patience - two things that the majority  of us don't have (#amiright?!). I really haven't found any way around that  (sorry!), but using props like yoga blocks is definitely a way to work on  your flexibility if you feel like…

4 Ways to Use Yoga Blocks to Improve Flexibility

On the Yoga Forum for more yoga chat with likeminded people. It's a great little supportive corner of the internet, and I'd love to chat with you there! Personally, I find improving flexibility one of the toughest things to do because it takes a lot of time and patience - two things that the majority of us don't have (#amiright?!). I really haven't found any way around that (sorry!), but using props like yoga blocks is definitely a way to work on your flexibility if you feel like…

♥ I will never forget THAT morning and the feelings of total love that I felt, you were so peaceful and so beautiful and you were my husband xxx LYATWTTMABA

What happiness is

♥ I will never forget THAT morning and the feelings of total love that I felt, you were so peaceful and so beautiful and you were my husband xxx LYATWTTMABA

Here we have a rare Vauxhall Viva HA, produced between 1963-1966. Rare because    they were reportedly rust buckets, and most have simply disintegrated.    Still, it underwent a couple more redesigns, had a sports makeover and gave    the company a foothold in the small family car market. Quality control    dogged it and, faced with the Golf, production  finally ended in 1979.    Relaunch potential 2/10.

Classic British cars: which ones need reviving?

Here we have a rare Vauxhall Viva HA, produced between 1963-1966. Rare because they were reportedly rust buckets, and most have simply disintegrated. Still, it underwent a couple more redesigns, had a sports makeover and gave the company a foothold in the small family car market. Quality control dogged it and, faced with the Golf, production finally ended in 1979. Relaunch potential 2/10.

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