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25 Jun 19
a Cloud in the Sky

Living in misery for months a friend said to me one day, “You have some pretty intense rage coming out and with good reason, but it sounds like you need a change. Have you looked into Vipassana?”   “What’s Vipassana?”   “It’s a course that happens all over the world all the time. It’s ten […]

25 Jun 19
News Directory

‘New Retail’. ‘Smart Retail '. ‘Boundaryless Retail’. The current evolution in China's retail and e-commerce sector has a number of different names, but in all cases, the use of technology to merge online and offline commerce is characterized. New Retail was called “New Retail” (Alizila), the most commonly used name to refer to this trend, […]

25 Jun 19
Japan IR Curation

On June 25, 2019, ITOCHU Corp (8001) announced that it formed a capital and business alliance with logistics big data company TRAXENS SA. The two companies aim to jointly develop a business that leverages TRAXENS’ big data. TRAXENS was founded in 2012. It provides a real-time monitoring solution of supply chains. This is made possible […]

25 Jun 19
MadameNoire

The grocery store parking lot is one tense place. People wait forever for a spot, and just as they’re about to pull into it, someone comes from the other direction and swoops in, causing a full-on yelling match. Then there are the carts scattered everywhere, dinging your car. Stay away from all of that and shop online.

25 Jun 19
Bri Doherty

The major grocery chain, Lidl, will be removing all non-recyclable black plastic packaging from its fruit and vegetable sections in each of their Ireland stores before Christmas. The chain is even going as far as removing single-use plastic items such as cutlery, cups, straws and disposable plates off of their shelves, all in an effort […]

25 Jun 19
Bri Doherty

A new zero-waste initiative will soon be launched by major consumer product companies that will allow you to stay true to the brands you love without generating product-based waste that is harmful to the environment. This new platform, Loop, will send you name-brand products, such as Tide detergent, Crest mouthwash, Häagen Dazs ice cream or […]

25 Jun 19
News365.co.za

Minnie Dlamini is the latest celebrity to launch her own brand – joining a growing list of stars-turned-entrepreneurs Her skincare line ‘MD by Minnie Dlamini’, has been praised for its luxury branding and affordable price point. She is not the only local celeb who understands how to market and sell products to her fans. Take […]

25 Jun 19
Dubois County Free Press

The following inspection reports are from inspections conducted from May 25 through June 15. Inspection results from the Dubois County Health Department are published publicly after the restaurants and food stores have had 10 days to respond. Violations are corrected on the day of the inspection unless otherwise noted. If you have questions or concerns, […]

25 Jun 19
Invisible World

We’ve all felt guilty for spending our free time doing something other than writing, but what if I told you those hobbies that stole from your writing time actually helped your writing? It may seem counter intuitive to take time to do something that isn’t writing and expect it to improve your writing, but there […]

25 Jun 19
Mountain Life

Even when nothing really goes wrong, scaling the world’s “biggest” mountain is no small feat.   “If anyone’s up on the ridge, they’re dead.”   “What?!” mimes my tent-mate Chad Sayers.   A deafening roar overtakes our so-called conversation. This time I yell.  “I said, if anyone’s up on the ridge—they’re dead!”  Sayers doesn’t respond, digging frantically around the outside […]

25 Jun 19
A Slice of Life

I wish it was hot, but it’s not. It will be before long, so I do my best to be patient. We go to an appointment, then to the garden and harvest handfuls of fragrant basil for pesto. At home, I work in the kitchen making dog food and that pesto. After many trips up […]

25 Jun 19
Pop Culture Uncovered

Fantasy Flight Games seems to have hit it out of the park with the Star Wars IP, producing great games. Even their “worst” product received OK reviews and primarily petered out because of its limited play and support. I know I’m an addict for many things FFG, from X-Wing to Imperial Assault, Rebellion to the […]

25 Jun 19
a myriad of books

A weekly blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. I’m not good at TBRs. I imagine I’ve said that multiple times before but it’s true. 😛 I’m much more of a mood reader, but I will say that seeing a physical list of what books I need to read definitely help me realize what I […]

25 Jun 19
Boys, Books and the Home of the Brave

Perched. Hesitantly and temporarily sitting in someone else’s space. Almost relaxing, but slightly on edge. Nearly at home, but not quite. Perched – albeit in very welcoming spaces – for seven months now. And I think we are tired. Ready to rest, and settle in, without feeling like it’s a snatched moment in a place […]

25 Jun 19
Mrs. Palmer Ponders

Packing up a classroom at the end of a school year can be a time filled with many emotions. Taking stock of materials is an arduous task.  Deciding which to keep and what items to toss or pass on to someone who may make better use of them. Breaking down bulletin boards can be tedious, […]

25 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

Law enforcement officials and citizens united to empty a German town’s supply of beer ahead of a neo-Nazi music festival planned for this weekend, over concerns that alcohol could increase the risk of violence. With the support of a court-imposed alcohol ban, police successfully confiscated over 1,162 gallons of beer. Around 600 people flocked to […]