Imagine it’s Monday morning and your alarm goes off. You stretch and then put your feet on the ground. How do you feel? Indifferent? Bored? Nausea at the idea of spending another day at your current job? If you work 50 weeks a year (with 2 weeks vacation a year) and work 30 years, that’s […]
I was overwhelmed and amazed by the response of my progress pictures post, so I wanted to follow it up with one that is a little more informational. – So, January 21 I began the 8-week TransPhormation Challenge and is when the first pictures were taken. March 17 was when the last pictures were taken. […]
In March 2019 I was part of panel discussion hosted by the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA Australia/New Zealand) on the topic of Social Climate Change. This post presents the text of that presentation, which was prefaced with a discussion of the conference/program that we are developing. Young people’s […]
Hi friends, How have you been ? Today we are going to talk about being smart/ proactive and how to beat odds of success. Success benchmark is all about setting a standards in achieving success in life. These small hacks can bring radical change in the way you breathe your life. I hope you will […]
Aries 181 Tiana Warner Publication date: March 25th 2019 Genres: Adult, LGBTQ+, Science Fiction A crime spree to steal aerospace technology. An intern with the brains to stop it. When Jess uncovers evidence that her boss is stealing technology to build his company, her coveted internship at Aries turns from dream job to catastrophe. Worse, […]
💫 A crime spree to steal aerospace technology. An intern with the brains to stop it. 💫
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Title: We Are the Gardeners Author: Joanna Gaines Illustrated by: Julianna Swaney Publisher: Thomas Nelson, registered trademark of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. Publishing Date: 26th of March, 2019 Genre: Children’s nonfiction, Home and Gardening Format: Ebook Language: English Synopsis: In We Are the Gardeners, Joanna and the kids chronicle the adventures of starting their own family […]
After 3 years of advocacy, I am finally travelling interstate tomorrow to get my cortisol pump. Yay! I thought it was timely to document why I wanted a pump. Since others have already done an excellent job of providing a scientific rationale for cortisol pumps, I’ve gone for a science-fiction rationale with the alternative title – “fairy godmothers vs robots”. Enjoy x
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Hello, I am Hannah Shilling – an ambitious creator. I am a second-year student at Bath Spa University, studying Publishing and English Literature. Creating is my passion in the format of editing, designing and writing. My interest in the publishing industry began with my work experience at the regional newspaper Express and Star in Wolverhampton, […]
It’s just about time for Canada Reads 2019! Canad Reads is CBC’s (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) annual “battle of the books” competition. Five Canadian celebrities champion five different books, each champion defending the merits and relevance of their chosen title. At the end of each episode, the panelists vote one title out of the competition. The […]
The Blob is useful shorthand for a familiar group: former officials, analysts, diplomats, and military officers who support orthodox U.S. foreign policy.
Title: The Mars RoomAuthor: Rachel KushnerOriginal Publication Date: May 01, 2018Genre(s): Fiction, Contemporary Goodreads Synopsis: It’s 2003 and Romy Hall is at the start of two consecutive life sentences at Stanville Women’s Correctional Facility, deep in California’s Central Valley. Outside is the world from which she has been severed: the San Francisco of her youth […]