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18 Feb 19
What Not to Do

Happy President’s Day, WordPressians! Whom of you out there read Norton Juster’s book, The Phantom Tollbooth, when you were young? The Phantom Tollbooth was one of the first books I really connected with as a kid, I loved the illustrations and imaginative characters and settings.  In the book, there’s one scene where the main character, Milo, comes […]

18 Feb 19
DCPC Youth

Have you ever thought about the power of your words? That’s what we’re talking about in our new series Playing With Fire. Our words can build someone up or leave them burned. In this series, we’ll discover that when we use our words for good, they have the power to change our lives and the lives of others for the […]

18 Feb 19
ViperPay

2019-02-18 16:07:30 [ad_1] On Friday, Feb. 8, over 400 Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce members and guests celebrated the successes of 2018 for the business community, previewed plans for 2019 and recognized outstanding local businesses and members at their Annual Meeting. “2018 was a fantastic year for Concord’s business community,” said Barbi Jones, executive director […]

18 Feb 19
Kat of All Trades; Master of Some

If you didn’t get where that reference came from (which would be surprising), it’s from one of my absolute favorite Disney movies, Mulan. Mulan is about a girl who is of marrying age but doesn’t really find herself swimming with the current of other girls. She finds herself to be a late bloomer, often day-dreaming […]

18 Feb 19
Organizational Dynamics Reflections

How is it that decades later, the same issues prevail? Fraternities were first introduced into the American college system as early as 1827. Two centuries later, the same precarious issues and stereotypes surface over and over again. Cue the 1978 film Animal House. Parties. Hazing. Racism. Violence. Sexual Assault. Substance Abuse. A hazing-related death is […]

18 Feb 19
Brief Encounters: Of the Review Kind

It took me all of five minutes into the film to know that I could not review this movie briefly. The life of war correspondent and foreign affairs journalist Marie Colvan may have seemed brief due to its longevity but no doubt, if the accounts are accurate, she lived thousands more through bearing witness to […]

18 Feb 19
Gracie Bryant

Grace is the unmerited, undeserved, unearned kindness and favor of God.

18 Feb 19
aminafied.com

Supporting local businesses lead by women is something I stand for, especially when that fierce woman is one of your own. Hence why, I didn’t think twice about featuring one of the pieces from Azhar Creations designed by one of my talented babes. I love how her creations are pieces she would atually wear herself! […]

18 Feb 19
educationrealist

Our school has a ritual, a long-standing one. We start the announcements with the pledge. For the first five years of my employment, it was an enjoyable thing. Everyone stood up. If a kid didn’t stand up, the teacher exhorted him or her jovially, and the kid stood up, whining. It took less than a […]

18 Feb 19
Line Writing Co.

Happy Monday! I wanted to start a new blog series to highlight some things I’m currently using/eating/fan-girling over and loving. While I don’t *think* I’ll post every week, I thought it would be a fun way for you to get to know me and for me to get to write some light-hearted and fun material. […]

18 Feb 19
ConnieSelleccaBlog

Doing that can prompt you to be more active, and make exercise a part of your everyday life. That’s according to Bangor University in the UK. They found that putting a visual cue somewhere you’ll see it all the time makes people more likely to follow through and work out. It needs to be something […]

18 Feb 19
Ultimate Guide For Business

As much as we enjoy our serious mobile games here at Pocket Tactics, sometimes it’s nice to just unwind and have some fun with friends and family. Party and multiplayer games are a really entertaining and worthwhile genre of games and nothing’s better than meeting up, sharing a good meal, and capping off a hangout […]

18 Feb 19
Carla's ESL Journey

Topic: Activities for Improving Pronunciation and Intonation Subject Area: English Pronunciation, Listening and Speaking Student’s Grade: 6th grade (Primary Education) Welcome to my final project page. Here you will find several activities I do with my students to improve their knowledge and fluency in English. All of them are part of my Final Project for […]

18 Feb 19
A PLACE FOR WORDS TO REST

Alone I’ve never been good at staying home. Paris, Spain, Portugal. All these memories were made within three weeks. I left for Paris feeling afraid of life and its ending. I went to Spain and let myself feel. I came back from Portugal all too aware that there’s no real excuse to not get what […]

18 Feb 19
Elitely Staying In Touch Ⓥ (with Kathy Stevens)

Joint and several liability https://g.co/kgs/2FmC6p After further investigation, the cat you identified with and let lose on my property is on the hunt and hungry for YOU. Oh you die all the day long don’t you? HOW DARE YOU! You will sleep and your weak spirit will get slaughtered. Because it knows YOU are there, […]