Sleep Zone

23 Apr 19
My Alternate Universe

It was difficult living so far away from our daughter and son-in-law. Tiffany and Bill lived in Sierra Vista, Arizona with their three girls, two of whom are adopted. We visited regularly the entire two years they lived there.  Whether we drove or flew, it was worth every penny, every mile, every time.   Sierra Vista is […]

23 Apr 19
E-cargo bikes in the UK

At 100 miles long and cutting through Hampshire, West Sussex and East Sussex is the South Downs Way. The perfect destination for walkers and through- hikers, but did you know over 90% of this route is open to cyclists too. Keen through-hikers look to break their teeth on the South Downs Way, 100 miles of […]

23 Apr 19
Freddies Mummy UK

When we bought our house I was pregnant with our first child. We always knew that we hoped to have more children one day. But despite this house only have 2 bedrooms upstairs we decided to go for it anyway. The bedrooms are huge and we figured the kids would share a bedroom – easy […]

23 Apr 19
#theanonymousace

No idea what to do when your girl’s sulking and feeling down? Here are some things you can do to turn her frown upside down! No relationship is smooth sailing 100% of the time. There will always be a couple of ruts that will come by without warning. One of the reasons why this happens […]

23 Apr 19
Mini Split AC in the USA

Custom Multi 2-5 Zone in Minisplitwarehouse.com Get Midea Custom Multi 2-5 Zone Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump AC. Price: $1,199.99 ex. tax. Call us 877-770-3548 or visit our website. NEW Carrier Midea North America Line *This Package Includes: *(1) “Default” 2 Zone Outdoor Unit 18,000 Btu (21 SEER) -You Can “UPGRADE” The Outdoor Unit to a larger one- DLCMRA Features Include: ∼Heats & Cools (-22F/-13F)∼Basepan Heater (Built […]

23 Apr 19
Broadtube Music Distribution

    ARTIST NAME:  MARBL   SONG TITLE:  You’re on my Mind   EP TITLE: The Flight Of The Hawks   RELEASE DATE: 12.4.2019   GENRE: Eclectic-Folk/Pop/Trip-Hop Facebook   Instagram   Apple Music   iTunes   Spotify   Website     Discuss the story behind your music video. Tomer Levi is in charge of MARBL’s […]

23 Apr 19
Amiraya’s blog

Que éxitos quieres celebrar del día? My biggest success is explaining how to compare two things to my partner. I used different examples to show how to from the sentence. We used the example of “la jirafa es más alto que el ratón”. Which means the giraffe is taller than the mouse. We ended up […]

23 Apr 19
#theanonymousace

After being single for a while, or after being in a relationship that hurt you badly, you’ve opened yourself up to love again. You think you might be in love with your boyfriend, but you’re looking for signs of true love before you say those three magical words. If you’ve been hurt before (and I’m […]

23 Apr 19
Metro
Jim Burns and his wife Alex, pictured, have been slated by online commenters after requesting strangers cook them a series of fussy recipes to help them cope with the birth of their first child (Picture: MealTrain) A mother-to-be and her partner were condemned for issuing a fussy internet plea asking for strangers to cook them Paleo meals after their baby arrives. Jim Burns and his wife Alex, from Philadelphia, made the public post on website Meal Train – commonly used to help support families after a tragedy – with 30 recipes they’d like cooked. They follow the Paleo diet, which sees people consume foods believed to have been available to cavemen, with preferred meals including egg muffins with thinly-sliced cremini mushrooms. The Burns’ are also fans of spiced lamb meatballs, Swiss chard stew and homemade granola, but warned potential chefs that Alex does not like mashed potatoes. And the entitled couple, who haven’t been named, say that help with the vacuuming, washing their dishes, or walking their dog is also welcome. Turns out they are in fact asking total strangers to help them and with the most millennial phrasing I have ever seen in my life. (3/?) pic.twitter.com/ex0o9LBKVo — JJ (@JJFromTheBronx) April 18, 2019 They also warned that on some occasions, they may not be in the mood to welcome visitors. If such an instance arises, good-natured cooks have been ordered to leave meals in a white cooler which will be placed outside the house. [metro-zone-post-thumbnail-link] Explaining his appeal for food, Jim wrote: ‘As the father-to-be, I’m teetering on a fence of emotions. ‘One of the things I’m most afraid of is not getting a great deal of sleep and as a result not being in the best frame of mind to offer my wife the support she needs to recover from the child-birthing process.’ But online commenters condemned the plea, with one calling Burns ‘completely out of touch,’ and another saying ‘They’re having a baby, not both dying of cancer.’ Jim Burns has since clarified his intentions to The New York Post, saying the Meal Train was intended for family and friends. He said: ‘I apologize if it was taken the wrong way — and I’m frankly just very surprised and a little disheartened by … the response. ‘If they are not interested, then they don’t have to check that site or do anything. This is the world we live in.’
23 Apr 19
Manifestors Save The World

Today I want to talk a little bit about my why.  Why me? Why Save the World? Why bother changing a habit? Just all the Whys.  So lets dive in.  Why Me?  I am an educator.  I think I always have been to a certain degree, even though it wasn’t my first career, which was […]

23 Apr 19
Gilman Global Experience Blog

In some ways, the last 14-weeks abroad (!) have flown by far too quickly to notice any significant changes. With finals approaching, I am fully expecting these last two weeks to pass in a heartbeat, leaving me to reflect on my semester in detail only when the dust settles. But even in the midst of […]

23 Apr 19
Gettin' My S*#^ Together

Last night, after I posted my blog, I went to the lounge room and performed stretches. I did this because I was sore, tight and hoped this then would relax me. I felt better after minutes and went to bed. I washed the dishes and drank tea. I made breakfast of oats and tin fruit. […]

23 Apr 19
Wasatch Reading Club

We’re rapidly approaching the end of the school year and I’ve had the hardest time trying to motivate students to keep trying. Even some of the students who are typically on top of everything are letting assignments slide. I know that they’re overwhelmed, but who is at fault? Their lives are busier than ever with […]

23 Apr 19
White Mountain Ponderings

This is a piece I wrote back in July of 2017, almost two years ago, after my first single-day Presidential Traverse.  It’s been a while since my last post and I’ve been tossing around the idea of posting again with some regularity.  In browsing through my files I found this piece and figured it may […]

23 Apr 19
Time In the Market

[This article about my Hawaii honeymoon may contain affiliate links for which I receive a commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products I use and trust. Please read my disclosure for more detail.] It’s been a few months since my Hawaii honeymoon ended. It was an amazing two weeks and I still […]