Revisiting My Redbubble Online Store - Here is Your New T-Shirt, Hoodie, Sticker, Phone Case etc.

Unisex T-shirt Skateboard Monkey.
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Redbubble is an Australian, Print On Demand website that was founded in Melbourne, back in 2006, and has become a global choice for independent artists worldwide to sell prints of their work. I've had an online store with Redbubble pretty much since they launched.

For the most part I limited the art I posted on Redbubble to my, popular for a second, whimsical, cat artworks.

It has been quite a few years since I've painted any cats, and the followers I had for them have certainly thinned out. I was going to shut down my Redbubble account to focus on my Cafepress online store but Redbubble just has better quality prints all round at very affordable prices.

In Space You Really Don't Want to Blend In - SpaceX Spacesuits

First look at SpaceX Spacesuit.
Photo: Elon Musk.
Elon Musk gave the world a second sneak peak at the new SpaceX space suits they've been developing. According to him the suit is a fully tested working model.

Whilst Mashable noted that the suits have a certain cool factor about them with their sleek, body fitting design, and black and white styling, I can't help but think there's a safety issue here.

Trying Multivitamins to Improve My Health

At age 47 I'm really starting to feel the aches and pains of a body that not only doesn't recover from injuries as fast as it used to but also is much easier to injure than it has been in the past.

This is not a good thing for someone who still feels young at heart and still enjoys getting out and about on a skateboard as much as possible.

Recently my skateboarding has been the cause of several arm and shoulder injuries. Not from falling but just from the very act of skateboarding. Specifically the action of swinging my arms around to maintain balance when performing even simple tricks.

Movie Review: Hampstead (2017) *Spoiler Free*

Hampstead, starring Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson, is a pleasant movie.

It's an enjoyable tale that never gets too challenging emotionally, never gets too deep into any of its characters, and manages to have just enough quirky humor to provide a few decent smiles, making it a worthwhile way to spend just over 90 minutes at the movies.

Inspired by, and based upon a true story, Diane plays widower, Emily Walters, who discovers a homeless man, Donald (Brendan) living in a shack on an abandoned hospital estate, opposite her apartment building. When the estate is earmarked for development she takes it upon herself to help save Donald's home.


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