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Shop Review: ‘Minn.Eva’ Handmade Rings And Things!

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Ladies, this one is especially for you. But before that, let’s take a hike down history. Besides being the Goddess of wisdom and war, Athena was also a patroness of handicraft. According to ancient history, Athena is well known for her spinning and weaving. Don’t believe me? Here’s the proof…

Meet the modern world goddess, Athena Don Vasudevan. A 23-year old law student who is also the founder of Minn.Eva. This KL based business sells aesthetic jewelry that makes you fall in love at first sight. Athena started this business in January as a reason to keep herself occupied during the MCO while studying for her law degree.

Picture: Minn.Eva

Picture: Minn.Eva

While browsing for the things she could do, she came across this wire-wrapped jewelry using gemstone beads, which she thought was pretty. Of course, starting a business isn’t easy and having the right people around you helps a lot. She had many positive reviews from her friends and families about her product which made her determine to start this business. And voila, that’s how Minn.Eva came to be.

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The name Minn.Eva is actually a combination of the founder’s very own name in Roman. Athena which means Minerva and Eva, the name of her late grandmother. While she created all sorts of designs in this new passion she picked up, she herself fell in love with it and knew that she would definitely wear them on a daily basis. And lucky enough, others thought the same too.

Despite the products used and the time consumed to make this lovely jewelry, the pricing of this beautiful handmade jewelry is super affordable as her aim is to make her jewelry accessible to people on a student budget like herself.

Some of her best selling products are the

*Spiral Rings

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*Moonstones Product

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* Pride Collection Hoops

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If you’re weary of the high street fashion and want to wear jewellery that no one else has while also supporting a fellow creator, then Minn.Eva is the place to go. Follow and purchase these one of a kind jewelry from their Instagram page and dazzle yourself in ways you can never imagine.

Sources: Minn.Eva

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(Video) New SpongeBob Game Trailer, Features Nostalgic Moments From The Show!

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SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake is actually an upcoming platform game solely based on the Nickelodeon animated series that is the SpongeBob SquarePants show. It is being developed by the Purple Lamp Studios, who previously developed SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated, and will be published later by the THQ Nordic. It is set to release for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and also Xbox One.

Recently, the trailer for the particular latest new game of SpongeBob SquarePants has been posted and it really caught the attention of so many netizens from all over the world. It quickly went viral. This is because the trailer posted about the game reminiscing all of the iconic moments from the show and it will also be included in the game.

The background song of the trailer really gets everyone especially a fanatic fans of the show who watches the video really pumped up as it is the song called Sweet Victory from one of SpongeBob SquarePants episodes and it is specifically the Season 2 Episode 15 and it is called the Band Geeks episode. It is definitely one of the iconic episodes ever made.

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake game appears to be full of reverence for its golden age. It would feature SpongeBob as a caveman, wearing his karate gloves, and riding a seahorse through the aquatic wild west. The game’s interdimensional plot is made possible thanks to SpongeBob’s dealings with Kassandra, a mysterious fortune teller debuting in game. The game also will feature more than 30 SpongeBob skins in total, and players will need to take advantage of them all in seven distinct alternate worlds linked by the fortune teller’s dimensional portals. So great.

Looking at the comments section, a lot of netizens have already become excited about the release of the game itself.

Picture: YouTube PS4

Picture: YouTube PS4

Sources: YouTube PS4, PVP Live.

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Keep This In Mind Guys! 7 Things That Will Get You Banned From TikTok App

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TikTok is actually one of the video-sharing-focused social networking services owned by a Chinese company called ByteDance. The particular social media platform is usually used to make a variety of short-form videos, from genres like dance, comedy, and also education, that have a duration from fifteen seconds up until three minutes. TikTok was launched in the year of 2017 for iOS and also Android in most markets outside of mainland China.

Despite the wide usage of this TikTok app all around the world, the user known as the TikToker should always keep something in mind and that is this app also has rules and also regulations that all the users have to follow. There are actually a certain amount of things that will get all the TikToker banned from using the TikTok app freely as usual.

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7 things that will get TikToker banned from TikTok app:

1) Sharing Content That Threatens Public Safety

If you’re going to use TikTok, you’ll need to refrain from posting content that incites or promotes any form of violence on the app. Advocating for, directing, or encouraging other people to commit violence is grounds for account closure on TikTok. Repeatedly posting content that incites violence or encourages terrorist attacks ultimately leads to a ban. This is similar to the way content that threatens public safety is one of the things that can result in a permanent Facebook ban.

2) Sharing Sexually Explicit Content

Posting content that depicts or promotes sexual exploitation, or nudity, in general, can lead to you getting banned from TikTok. Content that glorifies grooming and other forms of harmful activities involving minors violates TikTok’s community guidelines and can equally result in the closure of your account.

3) Posting Content That Depicts or Glorifies Self-Harm

TikTok doesn’t allow content that depicts or promotes any form of self-harm. Content that promotes suicide, self-injury, and eating disorders can get you booted out of the platform. In the same vein, posting content that encourages taking part in risky activities in a “non-professional context” is against TikTok’s community guidelines. Repeatedly posting content that promotes amateur stunts and other games that might lead to injury can earn you a ban from TikTok.

4) Sharing Violent or Graphic Content

You might not like this if you’re a lover of horror movie clips, but TikTok prohibits the posting or streaming of content that is ‘gratuitously shocking’ or ‘glorifies extreme violence or suffering’. This includes gore, such as posting graphic videos of accidents and injuries. This really is understandable because a lot of minors are very active on the platform. Content that depicts harm being carried out on humans or animals is removed and continual posting of violent content ultimately leads to a permanent ban.

5) Posting Content That Promotes Illegal Activities

Posting or streaming videos that promote illegal activities can get you banned on TikTok. This includes posts that depict acts of physical harm, human exploitation, illegal trade of wildlife, or breaking the law in any way. You are also not allowed to share content that instructs people on how to commit illegal activities. Repeatedly sharing content that promotes the use of firearms, drugs, alcohol, and tobacco can also get you banned from TikTok.

6) Blackmail Threats

Threatening to hack or dox someone to blackmail them is yet another way to get your TikTok account banned. You also can get banned from TikTok for sharing content that threatens to release another user’s personal information such as their residential address, private email address, private phone number, bank statements, social security number, or passport number.

7) Spam, Impersonation, and Misinformation

All forms of spamming and fake engagement put your TikTok account at risk of getting banned. Sharing content that promotes fake engagement like buying or selling of views, likes, followers, shares, or comments also goes against TikTok’s community guidelines. Impersonation is opening a TikTok account with someone else’s details with the intention of misleading people, can also get you booted out. Lastly, you could also get banned on TikTok for sharing misinformation that could potentially cause harm to an individual or a community.

Sources: TikTok, MUO.

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The Story of Lee Hadwin, The Sleepwalking Artists Who Draws While Asleep!

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Ever experienced sleepwalking? Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism, is when a person wakes up and walks around while still asleep. Sleepwalking is more prevalent in children than in adults, and it is usually overcome by adolescence. Sleepwalking infrequently does not always indicate a major condition or necessitate therapy. Recurrent sleepwalking, on the other hand, could indicate an underlying sleep issue.

Often sleep walks occurs when one is stressed or sleep deprived. Some occasion sleep walkers don’t even recall what they do. This case however, is peculiar.

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Meet Lee Hadwin, a man who does wonders while sleepwalking. When Lee Hadwin is awake, he sees himself as a person who lacks artistic ability. While he’s sleeping, though, his artistic side comes to life, and he creates portraits, landscapes, and abstract works that only someone with exceptional artistic ability could create. Hadwin awakens from his rest, having snapped out of his art-making trance and resumed his life as a non-creative individual.

But how does he do it?

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There have been stories about people who converse or even walk around their homes while sleeping. Hadwin is no exception, though his “sleep artistry” exhibits a far more intricate version of the phenomena.

When he was four years old, it all began. He was a frequent sleepwalker who would get out of bed and wander around the house. He eventually began drawing on his bedroom walls using crayons and pencils from his school backpack. He’d go back to sleep once he’d finished.

His parents were taken aback. The doctor explained, “He’s just a child sleepwalking.” “He’ll get over it.”

He, on the other hand, did not. In reality, he improved his skills. Hadwin drew three little pencil sketches of Marilyn Monroe in one night when he was 15 years old. They weren’t great, but they appeared to be the work of someone who had received some instruction, was at least 15 years old, and was awake at the time.

Hadwin has created hundreds of midnight pieces since then. They’re sometimes figurative sketches, and other times they’re abstract. He usually makes a piece a couple of times a week, however he may be limited to one every couple of months on occasion. He passed years without making anything in his early twenties.

He has subsequently built a living out of his late-night activities, referring to himself as a Sleep Artist. He creates work at an unexpected rate, yet it is consistent enough for him to sell original pieces for thousands of dollars while appearing in shows all around the world.

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What’s funny is that Hadwin never had interest for arts during his school days and his highest grade in arts is a D! Hadwin never had any recollection of drawing anything he produced. Hadwin’s life was turned upside down in 2007 when he chose to have a modest exhibition in my hometown/village of Henllan in Denbighshire, North Wales, with the revenues going to a cancer hospice.

Hadwin’s painting was featured in a little item in the local newspaper. Then, by chance, a South Korean film crew took up the tale and decided to make a short documentary on him. Following this, The Sun, one of the most widely circulated newspapers in the United Kingdom, chose to publish a full-page interview with Hadwin about his art and life a few days later. His entire life altered from that day forward! Hadwin received hundreds of phone calls and television offers. That year, he decided to make a few documentaries, which sparked a lot of interest in his work in the art world. Hadwin then donates his art to a number of charity, raising awareness for those in need.

Amazing isn’t it! Who would have thought sleepwalking would turn out to be something creative. The next time you ever sleepwalking, check to see if you’ve left drawings anywhere!

Sources: My Modern MetNews.ArtnetIndependentMayo Clinic

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