way for most of us to successfully change our lives for the better and to sustain that change. ... some way of recording it (Jerry Seinfeld famously puts a cross through each day on his wall calendar; I use the Streaks app, you do you).
Author: Alison Jones
Publisher: Practical Inspiration Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
‘A really powerful book.’ - Bruce Daisley Simple tools, extraordinary results. Everything we’re learning about how we function best as humans in the digital age is pointing towards one of our oldest technologies: the pen and the page. Exploratory writing – writing for ourselves, not for others, writing when we don’t know exactly what it is we want to say – is one of the most powerful and lightweight thinking tools we have at our disposal. It’s also been, until now, one of the most overlooked. But the world’s most influential leaders are increasingly using the techniques in this book to support the key skills of the 21st century – self-mastery, creativity, focus, solution-finding, collaboration – and so can you. Alison Jones has been helping business leaders identify and articulate what matters over a 30-year career in publishing and as a coach. The founder of Practical Inspiration Publishing and host of The Extraordinary Business Book Club podcast and community, she is passionate about the power of writing to change ourselves and the world.
isconnect to reconnect in Martin County, where seemingly endless Atlantic beaches span more than 22 miles along the coast. ... art galleries and one-of-a-kind museums to eco-friendly sea turtle adventures and world-class fishing.
Author: Julia Wall
Publisher: Globelite Travel Marketing Inc.
The 2022 Travel Guide to Florida is a detailed guide that provides travelers to the Sunshine State with all of the information they need to enrich and enjoy their trip.
It should be beautiful and relaxing, but it's closing in on her, an avalanche of stuff and the never-ending work it ... She scans the wall calendar, the dates empty of commitments and the top crammed with posed pictures of her family in ...
Author: Delilah S. Dawson
Publisher: Del Rey
How far would you go to be free? Three generations of women forge a new path through an America torn by a mysterious wave of violence in this “chilling [and] dizzyingly effective” (The New York Times Book Review) novel of revenge, liberation, and triumph. “A compulsively readable fusion of domestic thriller and modern horror.”—Kameron Hurley, author of The Light Brigade “A novel that defines this era.”—Stephen Graham Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians They call it The Violence: a strange epidemic that causes the infected to experience sudden bursts of animalistic rage, with no provocation and no memory of their crimes. While it tears the nation apart, one woman sees something unlikely in the chaos—an opportunity. Chelsea Martin has been a prisoner in her own home for too long. Her controlling husband has manipulated her for years, cutting her off from all support. Her narcissistic mother is no help, and her teen daughter is realizing she might be falling into the same trap when her once adoring boyfriend shows a dark side. But when the Violence erupts, Chelsea creates a plan to liberate herself and her daughters once and for all. What follows is a shocking and thrilling journey as three generations of women navigate a world in which they are finally empowered to fight back. Somewhere along the journey from her magazine-ready Tampa home to the professional wrestling ring, Chelsea becomes her own liberator, an avatar of revenge and hope, and a new heroine for a new world.
Justin squeals with delight as he runs the length of the mat. ... favorite TV shows and movies and Ned enjoys flipping through the calendar on the wall, while Allen enjoys engaging with the other adults, asking them how they are doing.
Author: Erin McCloskey
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Step outside of the IEPs and behavioral paperwork currently generated in schools, go where disabled people are thriving today, and see the results in learning, growth, and expression. This authoritative book offers readers alternative ways to think about learning and behavior in special education. Through illustrative case studies and a disability studies lens, author Erin McCloskey uses the voices of people with disabilities to show how these students progress creatively outside the classroom and school building--at the dojo, the riding arena, the theater stage, the music studio, and other community-centered spaces where disabled students can make choices about their learning, their bodies, and their goals. Balancing theory and practice, the book describes alternative learning spaces, demonstrates how disabled students learn there, and passes on the important lessons learned in each space. The ideas apply to students of all ages with a wide variety of disabilities. Book Features: Uses the voices of people with disabilities to promote alternative ways to think about learning and behavior in special education. Presents rich case studies and briefer interludes to illustrate how disabled students are learning and thriving in surprising ways outside of school where they have opportunities to explore. Distills important key takeaways from each case study through chapter sections of "lessons learned." Promotes informed discussion of the concepts in the book with questions at the end of each chapter. Combines theory and practice to help readers put the concepts into action in a variety of settings with a variety of disabled students.
Rapoport has also been writing Your Daily Epsilon of Math, a math snack per day wall calendar for adults, ... education, as an innovator of new methods to introduce children and adults to the critically important world of ...
Author: Rebecca Rapoport
Publisher: Kitchen Pantry Scientist
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Math for Kids features biographies of 20+ leading mathematicians, past and present, accompanied by accessible and engaging games and activities to bring the history and principles of math alive.
Farther along on the wall were a colored calendar and numerous colored advertisements and sketches torn out of magazines. Most of these sketches were of horses. From the gas-fixture hung a tangled bunch of well-scribbled dance programs.
Author: Jack London
Jack London (1876-1916) was an American novelist, journalist, and social activist. His amazing life experience also includes being an oyster pirate, railroad hobo, gold prospector, sailor, war correspondent and much more. He wrote adventure novels & sea tales, stories of the Gold Rush, tales of the South Pacific and the San Francisco Bay area - most of which were based on or inspired by his own life experiences. This edition includes: The Cruise of the Dazzler A Daughter of the Snows The Call of the Wild The Kempton-Wace Letters The Sea-Wolf The Game White Fang Before Adam The Iron Heel Martin Eden Burning Daylight Adventure The Scarlet Plague A Son of the Sun The Abysmal Brute The Valley of the Moon The Mutiny of the Elsinore The Star Rover The Little Lady of the Big House Jerry of the Islands Michael, Brother of Jerry Hearts of Three Son of the Wolf The God of His Fathers Children of the Frost The Faith of Men Tales of the Fish Patrol Moon-Face Love of Life Lost Face South Sea Tales When God Laughs The House of Pride & Other Tales of Hawaii Smoke Bellew The Night Born The Strength of the Strong The Turtles of Tasman The Human Drift The Red One On the Makaloa Mat Dutch Courage Uncollected Stories The Road The Cruise of the Snark John Barleycorn The People of the Abyss Theft Daughters of the Rich The Acorn-Planter A Wicked Woman The Birth Mark The First Poet Scorn of Woman Revolution and Other Essays The War of the Classes What Socialism Is What Communities Lose by the Competitive System Through The Rapids on the Way to the Klondike From Dawson to the Sea Our Adventures in Tampico With Funston's Men The Joy of Small Boat Sailing Husky, Wolf Dog of the North The Impossibility of War The Red Game of War Mexico's Army and Ours The Trouble Makers of Mexico Phenomena of Literary Evolution Editorial Crimes – A Protest Again the Literary Aspirant ...
The most joyful and regal book you'll read in summer 2022 Heather Cocks, Jessica Morgan ... up for being the kid brother, starting earlier than anyone wants to acknowledge, romancing as many beautiful women as the world could offer.
Author: Heather Cocks
Publisher: Head of Zeus
LOVING PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE’S ENGAGEMENT? Fall in love with the perfect book to feed your royal addiction... where an unassuming American meets the future king of England... Rebecca Porter was never one for fairy tales. Her twin sister is the romantic who fantasizes about glamour, fame and fortune – Bex has always been a tomboy. So when she spends a year at Oxford, and finds herself living down the hall from Prince Nicholas, she is the only girl not interested in dating the future king. But eventually Bex can't resist falling for Nick, and as their friendship turns to romance, Bex becomes immersed in ritzy society, dazzling ski trips, and dinners at Kensington Palace – a world away from her humble upbringing. The relationship also comes with unimaginable baggage: hysterical tabloids, Nick's sparkling ex-girlfriends, and a family whose private life is much thornier and more tragic than anyone on the outside knows. The pressures are almost too much to bear, as Bex struggles to reconcile the man she loves with the monarch he's fated to become. WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE ROYAL WE... 'Pages of biting humor and breathtaking glamour rewrite a fairy tale into something more satisfying than a stack of tabloids' KIRKUS. 'A breezy, juicy novel that's like The Princess Diaries with fewer made-up countries and more sex' ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY. 'Royal watchers and chick-lit fans alike will delight in this sparkling tale. Pure fun' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. 'The pages turn as easily as a tabloid feature on the royal couple - and you'll end up just as obsessed with Bex and Nick' GLAMOUR. 'A joy from start to finish. The Royal We is that rare novel that makes you think, makes you cry, and is such fun to read that you'll want to clear your schedule until you've turned the final page. But be warned - Cocks and Morgan have created a world so rich, a romance so compelling, and characters so funny and alive, that you'll be terribly sad to see them go' J. COURTNEY SULLIVAN, New York Times-bestselling author of The Engagements and Maine. 'A delicious romp of a royal romance' MACLEAN'S. 'A thoroughly entertaining, funny and romantic read' A SPOONFUL OF HAPPY ENDINGS. 'If you love the Royal family and a juicy tabloid read [...] you must check out The Royal We' CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK ADDICT. 'A fun, addictive read and it's one I know I will be re-reading again' STEPHANIE'S BOOK REVIEWS.
Author: Richard Harding DavisPublish On: 2022-09-04
"I used the term in its most complimentary sense. ... You might as well say God's sunshine is dangerous, or a beautiful flower is dangerous. ... Can't you grasp any other kind of danger than being run down by a trolley-car?
Author: Richard Harding Davis
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "The Lost Road" by Richard Harding Davis. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
I had eyes—and I still had most of a brain. And Sergeant Trinh's words had been eating away at me for two months. But what could you do out in the boondocks with four months still to go on the calendar, one interminably slow day after ...
Author: W.D. Ehrhart
From 1969 to 1974 Ehrhart was just passing time. His reentry into the "world" began with his enrollment as a 21-year-old freshman (and token Vietnam vet) at Swarthmore College. At first simply trying to bury his past, Ehrhart slowly came to understand what happened to him, and why, in Vietnam. Interspersed are flashbacks to the war itself. It is the story of political--and personal--awakening. As the war dragged on, the United States' deceitful involvement and its perpetuation of fallacies and lies about the war's conduct forced Ehrhart to confront his own feelings about his government, country and self. Throughout, the reader shares with Ehrhart his odyssey through naivete, growing awareness, angry withdrawal and, finally, a measure of peace.
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