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How to Relieve Stress with a Heart Pillow that Beats!

Do you have stress?  One of the simplest ways human beings can relieve stress is by listening to a heart beat, sorta like being in the womb.  A lot of baby toys can do this but you don’t have to be a baby to use one, there’s a heart pillow that beats, just like a baby toy.

The amazing thing about My Beating Heart is that every time you turn it on, an entirely unique heartbeat rhythm is created. In fact, every rhythm itself gradually changes and subtly dances, algorithmically

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DIY – How to Make Keyboard Thumbtacks!

If you are like me, you probably have bunch of old keyboards laying around.  Of course, one of the great ideas is to cut the cord and give it to your toddlers as kids.  But if you don’t have any kids, you can always make these cool thumbtacks.

Now these keyboard thumbtacks can serve more than one purpose, they can also priotize your notes from A-Z or 0-9 and control/alt keys for extra too.

Old hacked up keyboard keys + push pins = awesome keyboard thumb tacks! In just a few minutes I modified some keys from old keyboards, hot glued p

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DIY – How to Make Prescription Swimming Goggles for 12 Bucks!


Personally, I have a very bad eye sight which means basically I can’t see anything more than 12 inches away from my eyes.  And, as a swimming fanatic, I used to have bunch of prescription swimming goggles.

Although I stick to contact lenses and swimming goggle combo these days, here’s a great way to make prescription swimming goggles from your old glasses.

Cindy came up with this simple and great idea to make her own prescripti

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DIY – How to Make your own Zig-Zag Popups!

Here’s a fun little DIY for you or your kids, make Zig-Zag Popups!

Here’s a quick pop-up that only takes a few minutes and has a nice effect. All you need is a printer (preferably color) and something to cut with.

Original design by Masahiro Chatani.

via instructables

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