Posted November 08, 2018 at 07:05 AM | Updated November 08, 2018 at 09:28 AM ThumbailSounds.jpg By Andrew Harlan, Karen Yi, and Carla Astudillo Whether you grew up along the Shore, a quiet suburban enclave or are a recent transplant to the Garden State, there are some sounds that immediately signal to your brain that: you're home. NJ Advance Media reporters canvassed the state over the last few weeks to compile some of the most-Jersey sounds. They may remind you of your childhood or evoke memories of a weekend trip. They may be part of your weekly or monthly routine. Or they may entice you to visit and learn about a new part of the state. Click play on the audio clips below to listen to each of the 12 sound recordings we've compiled. Once you think you've figured out what it is, select the arrow to reveal the answer. To learn more about the places where the sounds were recorded, keep scrolling down. (If you are having problems seeing the … [Read more...] about Close your eyes and take the ultimate audio tour of N.J.
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National Eye Health Week has just taken place and like other awareness campaigns, its aim was to inspire and educate people on the importance of eye health.I’m in glasses denial and spend time oscillating between proclaiming ‘They’re making the writing smaller on these labels’ and researching all the things I can do to keep my eyesight in tip-top condition.It is said the muscles of the eyes are similar to other muscles and the ‘move it or lose it’ mantra that I spout in my yoga classes also applies.Many of our ancestors spent long hours gazing at a horizon of blue sky and had unlimited peripheral vision. Today, we are crowded in and towered over by high-rise buildings and offices and we live in small spaces further limiting our chances to use our distance vision.We spend most of our time doing close-up work and staring at the screens of computers, phones and TVs, which all limit our eye movement and create a lot of near-point stress.Did you know … [Read more...] about Culture: For your eyes only by health guru Carole Baker
FASHIONISTA Trinny Woodall says she meditates at the wheel of her Mini — while being told to close her eyes. The telly host, 54, admits she puts her life on the line when driving to London while listening to relaxation recordings. She spoke about her meditation guru Sanjay during a Q&A event in London. Trinny said: “I said that I need something to make me just feel that everything is possible and make me not look at everything that makes it impossible. “He did a guided meditation and I listened to it. “Even though you should do meditations sitting with your hands up, I would be in my Mini driving manically through London to go to my first investment meeting listening to Sanjay say ‘Now close your eyes’.” PR expert Jenny Halpern, who was hosting the female empowerment event, added: “Not a good idea.” Trinny, who is dating advertising supremo Charles Saatchi, 75, made her name on BBC show What Not To Wear with pal Susannah … [Read more...] about Telly host Trinny Woodall closes her eyes and meditates while driving
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Me Time Don’t worry — crystals can help. We try out New Age-flavored healing in the fanciest of locations. ByMarisa Meltzer June 5, 2018 My apartment was driving me mad. There was a leak in my roof that resulted in a light shower in my living room any time it rained. Three stories down on the street, Citi Bikes were being moved from one side of the street to another, resulting in a week of jackhammering. A staycation was in order, so I checked into the Four Seasons New York Downtown for a night. It was also an excuse to try out the Resident Healer program in its spa, which was introduced in March. There are three multidisciplinary sessions: Nuurvana Healing with Deganit Nuur, which combines clairvoyance and acupuncture; the Cristalline with Rashia Bell, who works with crystals to heal and harmonize the … [Read more...] about A New Treatment Wants You to Close Your Eyes. What Do You See?