From handmade pieces to vintage treasures ready to be loved again, Etsy is the global marketplace for unique and creative goods. It’s also home to a whole host of one-of-a-kind items made with love and extraordinary care. While many of the items on Etsy are handmade, you’ll also find craft supplies, digital items, and more. From handmade pieces to vintage treasures ready to be loved again, Etsy is the global marketplace for unique and creative goods. It’s also home to a whole host of one-of-a-kind items made with love and extraordinary care. While many of the items on Etsy are handmade, you’ll also find craft supplies, digital items, and more.
2022.01.25 11:36 ginfrared What’s the point in selling on Etsy anymore?
I’m a small seller. It’s just me. I direct pretty much everybody to my shop to make purchases. I think maybe 1% of buyers have come from outside of me promoting my stuff on FB or Instagram. I’m absolutely disheartened with Etsy. Where can I go next? I don’t think it’s ok for Etsy to charge me for using their platform when they support drop shippers 🤷♀️
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2022.01.25 11:36 Pakmuslim123 The Qur'anic Lesson of Living With Dignity, From Surah 2: Al Baqarah, Us...
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2022.01.25 11:36 paswut Question; lymphocytes and Neutrophils are not found together; does this check out?
I'm looking at an image dataset and I noticed that in images of blood smears, lymphocytes and neutrophils were negatively correlated in appearing in the same image.
I'm only useing 10% of the total dataset at this point, but I'm wondering if this makes sense. (i dont know human biology)
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2022.01.25 11:36 CalvinElliott124 Ram Dass
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2022.01.25 11:36 coramicora One my favorites this season.
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2022.01.25 11:36 chaeriluna LF: Help to evolve my Magmar
2022.01.25 11:36 charliejgoddard Has anyone tried making a display like this? (Not my image)
2022.01.25 11:36 Huge_Ad_2224 Asrock B660 Steel Legend overclock
Asrock B660 motherboards like the Steel Legend are rumored to be able to overclock non-K Intel Alder Lake chips. Can any owner confirm this? I'm also curious if other boards can do it..
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2022.01.25 11:36 YeetTheFudge People that have been in 3 way relationships what happened when you broke up?
2022.01.25 11:36 thosewholeft Wanna try that again?
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2022.01.25 11:36 reh_lit Moving festival dates / Samhain substitute?
Hello! Pithiness is not my strong side, so it's probably goind to be bloated like hell. I apologize for that.
I never really celebrated any of traditional ancient Greek festivals because to me it always felt a bit unnatural and artificial to try and start to celebrate things almost out of the blue while there are conventional holidays in my country we all loved since being children without delving into their context really, but for some reason I always had a specific affinity with winter. In particular, with transitions of autumn to winter and winter back to spring. In Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg) where I live, winters are not as snowy, magical and, simply put, beautiful as elsewhere due to its proximity to the Baltic sea. Maritime climate makes winters here really wet, downright dirty and gloomy — natives jokingly call this kind of weather "chthonic". As a child constantly living in his imagination, I always thought the earth goes into a coma or something, and it emotionally impacted me too. Months of desaturated sky above and liquid soil beneath literally drained me, I escaped into my mind like an animal going back to its den and lived there until the first green buds started to appear on the trees. Fast forward to these days, far from atheistic childhood, I started to view this "cththonic" season in a much better light, not as a few months of pure evil reigning on earth, but rather as a moment of deep contemplation and introspection. The land, almost devoid of life, is like starry sky in a darkest night. There is little light left, but that's why its slightest remains shine like a new Sun. You are like desert flower struggling to reach healing waters down below the dried soil and when you think about it, it's actually quite beautiful. Learning to find joy in the little things, to see life in a lifeless abyss...
When I thought of this yesterday, I realized I want to commemorate winter on a regular basis. To celebrate the beginning of this great reflection, the katabasis, the mourning of queenly Demetra, and the inevitable end of it, the victory of life, the anabasis, the reunification of Mother with Her Blessed Daughter. And as Dodekatheism (I personally like to call it like this more than Hellenism or Hellenic polytheism, it's just me) is such an integral part of my life now, I want it to be done accordingly, in manner of my religion, inspired by the ancient practices. That's where I ask for your help!
Part of feeling attempts to incorporate ancient festivities in my life are unnatural is this constant need to adapt Attic calendar to Gregorian. Furthermore, while winters here arguably being in November, it's not until the end of Februry that you truly feel nature starts to wake up. Winters here are literally meteorologically longer. So while there is Antestheria, the opening of wine, Greeks celebrated it way too early in contrast with when I personally would like to do it and because it is attached to their own lunar calendar, as I understand it, its dates in the Gregorian calendar are quite unstable. It just feels inherently strange to me (just me, not trying to discredit others' practice!). In Russia, we have Maslenitsa, a beautiful slavic pagan holiday being celebrated almost exactly when I feel the winter ends, and there's also Halloween (not as common here, but it seemingly gains popularity with every coming year). Many Wiccans and those confessing Gaelic neopaganism celebrate lovely Samhain, but their Imbolc, the coming of spring, just doesn't suit me, and I know I could call my beginning and end of the winter however I like, but deep inside me there's this desire of authenticity and, I admit, of labelling to a certain degree. I'm profane in Ancient Greek to create my own name for the dates I like to celebrate and cannot find exactly what I need among the traditional Greek celebrations, but EVEN if I tried to, for instance, celebrate the three days of Anthesteria on the last day of February and on the first two days of March according to Gregorian division between winter and spring, there's still the issue of converting Halloween/Samhain into something, well, Hellenic. Could you please help me with solving this all? :)
As I said, bloating subjects is a bad traid of mine. For this reason...
TL;DR: Can I celebrate Anthestheria in March? And how can I mark the beginning of November (just like when Halloween and Samhain are celebrated) so that it could title-wise resemble Hellenic festivity?
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2022.01.25 11:36 susan-of-nine Bring on your Scorpio Moon stories
I've truly experienced that lovely "hidden truths coming out" aspect of this transit this morning - I had an argument with someone and told them all I've been holding back for months, lol - and I'm curious if you've had any spectacular Scorpio Moons you'd like to share. Bring on the drama :P
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2022.01.25 11:36 TommyFDNY_72 MyQ Garage Door Wifi Issue
2022.01.25 11:36 CinnamonSalsa I love this track so much but you know what happend.......tom g......
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2022.01.25 11:36 robis87 YouTube Exploring NFTs, Taking Web3 as 'Source of Inspiration'
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2022.01.25 11:36 Szuchow Mazurek: „Niemcy chcą zainstalować w Polsce marionetkowy rząd Tuska, jak Rosja na Ukrainie”. Wyjaśniamy różnicę
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2022.01.25 11:36 kevinkaye inspirational talk show #morningtimetalk #itsmewanstonyesshunni#inspirat...
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2022.01.25 11:36 AmazingCaffiney A famous magician decided to quit his job mid show.
2022.01.25 11:36 EyelessMei Here's my hoard <3
2022.01.25 11:36 24thScorpio Any plans to go VR ? A lot of people are migrating to VR and MAN id love to play my favorite PUBGM maps in VR. I will Donate if $$$ will help get this done sooner than later
2022.01.25 11:36 QueeLinx Diverse cities, whiter suburbs, dying farms: 5 ways northeast Wisconsin has changed
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2022.01.25 11:36 A_StableGenius Horizontal Bands on screen.
Brand new U7g 55 inch. The TV has horizontal gray bands on screen when watching a movie on Tubi. I also noticed vertical ghosting on YouTube when I was looking at a color test. It showed a vertical band down the screen with all the same colors that was on the video’s YouTube thumbnail. I rebooted the Tv and it went away. Is this banding issue normal?
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2022.01.25 11:36 Paola212 [FT] PIPER [LF] Materials, furniture