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22 May 19
april mags.

I apologize to those who follow me and how I’ve been mia for quite some time. I’m going to make an effort to be more active on this. I made this to be an outlet for myself and I’ve been neglecting it. So here’s a little life update as I am once again sitting at […]

21 May 19
My Thrifty Life by Cassiefairy

Whether it’s a post-exams treat, a birthday present or a celebratory GCSE-passing gift, you’ll probably need to think outside the box the next time you’re buying a gift for a teen. The usual toys and games just aren’t going to cut it anymore, are they? Here are some ideas that you might not have already thought of:

17 May 19
Pam Alison Knits

Here’s a snapshot of what is going on around here these days. This is what was piled on my settee when I started to tidy up last night prior to heading off to bed (before I took the photo I did move them into a more pleasing arrangement than the ‘old heap of stuff’ that […]

16 May 19
martinis way

How to design your planner? The key to success is to find your own way of planning. I personally think that minimalism helps to de-stress and get an overview about everything important. But everyone is different and while I really don´t like colours or chaos, other people enjoy exactly that. For a few years bullet […]

14 May 19
Paperclips & Gin

Do you have something in mind that you are wanting to achieve? Do you have a new mindset to start something new? Here are my 5 tips in tracking and achieving your new found focus…. 1. Dedicate a section of your planner to your goal,or if it is a big goal that needs a lot […]

14 May 19
Productivity Hub

Let’s face it: remembering passwords is difficult, increasingly so, as we have to remember different, more complicated passwords for each app, website, etc. Thankfully, there are methods that have been introduced that allow us to not have to remember them all, such as biometrics, but many people don’t trust biometrics. Another choice is password managers. […]

13 May 19
B for Bookreview

Summer 1920. Two worlds are about to collide. Evie Brunton is a beautiful Devon post lady who loves her job. Twice a day, she spins along the narrow country lanes on her bicycle, delivering letters from a heavy post bag. When the flamboyant London artist, Bernard Cavalier, drops like a meteor into her sleepy village, […]

12 May 19
TechyVoices.com - Professional Expert Technology Video Reviews

[ad_1] In today’s video I take a look at the Nappa Wrap, a luxury iPad Air case from Filofax, but is this pricey case worth the money? Other iPad models are supported via separate iPad holders available from the Filofax store. Buy from FiloFax: http://www.filofax.co.uk/nappa-ipad-air-case-829850.html Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/user/jswgadgets?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me on Instagram ► https://instagram.com/jackwoodhams Follow […]

12 May 19
Happily A Housewife

Having a ring binder option has been a long awaited want in the Erin Condren Planner Community. The Life Planner literally changed our planning ways, and now for almost 10 years I have loved sharing how the Life Planner makes my life run a bit more smoothly. This new product has so much potential, and […]

12 May 19
Eclectic Notebook

I often buy cards outside of the celebrated occasion. On this side of the Atlantic, Mother’s Day, is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent. Allowing me to purchase my mum’s card 2 months before the Mother’s Day in North America. Then tucking it way for later. But every year, around the May Bank holiday […]

11 May 19
Anna Bartosik

Buoyed by the first standardized patient encounter, I felt confident reaching for the patient chart on the door of the next examination room.

Until I read the case file.

“Mr. Casey, aged 42, has received a letter after a regular blood donation. They have detected HIV/AIDS.
Conduct a history and physical diagnosis on the patient.”

Oh, boy.

I opened the door slowly.

11 May 19
the applejack blog

My recap of my Go Wild experience is a little behind because I had to take a quick time out upon my return to finish grad school. That’s right, peeps, I am officially done! Mini wave in celebration of me! Now that I am back to only having the day job to work around, I […]

10 May 19
Pam Alison Knits

*For a better view, click on any photo to see the full-size image. As I mentioned in my wrap-up post from National Stationery Week, I was unlikely to continue using the ring-planner I had set up due to size issues and personal preferences. The more I think about it, the more useful I find that […]

08 May 19
Lauren Miller

With today’s launch of the 2019-2020 life planner by Erin Condren, I thought it would be fun to take a look at my obsession collection of EC accessories for the life planner from over the years. I first heard about Erin Condren back in 2014, when their 2014-2015 “Party Pops” planner cover was launched. I […]

06 May 19
VIENDA MARIA

  You teach the universe how to treat you. You teach the universe how to communicate with you. You can’t expect the universe to “guess” your expectations, hopes and dreams. You have to share them — clearly. You also have to fortify them — consistently.   Otherwise, the universe doesn’t know what you want. It […]