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How to Find a Juicy Writing Idea When Your Creative Well Has Run Dry – Sonia Simone

It’s the hard part. The thing about being a writer that isn’t necessarily all that awesome. Sometimes it’s the part that makes you doubt yourself, doubt your creativity and abilities, maybe even doubt whether this whole professional writing thing really makes sense for you. “What the &$%# am I going to write about this week?” … Continue reading How to Find a Juicy Writing Idea When Your Creative Well Has Run Dry – Sonia Simone

Parental Debate: Should Your Kid Have a Cellphone in School – Edward C. Baig

Lawmakers in France recently passed a ban on the use of smartphones in schools, impacting students in their early to midteens. In U.S. school districts where digital device policies are all over the map, parents and teachers are divided on how to curb or permit phone use in the classroom. Some schools have students stash their … Continue reading Parental Debate: Should Your Kid Have a Cellphone in School – Edward C. Baig

Peace… Is This What It’s Like — Parenting, patience, relationships and resilience!

It’s been a while since I can say I felt peaceful or even calm. Years in fact! So what does the word ‘Peace’ actually mean. Well this is what I found. I particularly liked the second one as it feels like life has been like fighting a war! “freedom from disturbance; tranquillity” “a state or […] … Continue reading Peace… Is This What It’s Like — Parenting, patience, relationships and resilience!

Eric Black: When the World Poses Challenging Questions, What Do We Tell the Kids? — BCNN1 WP

What do we tell the kids about sex? The neighbors are gay and invited us over. What do we tell the kids? The pastor’s been accused of sexual misconduct. What do we tell the kids? A child at school says she no longer identifies as a girl. What do we tell the kids? A teenager […] … Continue reading Eric Black: When the World Poses Challenging Questions, What Do We Tell the Kids? — BCNN1 WP

Poetry – Like A Fool by Ricardo Sexton

Like a fool… – “I followed your way” I allowed to be taken by your hand I delayed all say to keep a hideaway I overlooked a shaken deal to stand Off-track again. …in illusion’s gain Lost. …not thinking of the due pain I ignored when… “I forgot about me” For in your lane I […] … Continue reading Poetry – Like A Fool by Ricardo Sexton

LinkedProfits – Discover Exactly What Rich People Builds High Quality, Laser Targeted Leads

The problem with generating leads with money is this: 1. Lead generation can be expensive. You can try Google, Facebook, and YouTube but the challenge is the price per clicks, views, and leads continue to go up which can make it hard to profit or risky. 2. It can take a lot of time. There … Continue reading LinkedProfits – Discover Exactly What Rich People Builds High Quality, Laser Targeted Leads

The High-Stakes Race to Create the World’s First Artificial Heart – Mimi Swartz

The kids fell in love with him first. Back in the late eighties, Craig Lewis lived three houses down from Linda Sanders. He was a quiet, solitary beanpole of a man with a copper-colored golden retriever named Shogun. He looked to be in his late thirties, and Linda knew from neighborhood gossip that he had one … Continue reading The High-Stakes Race to Create the World’s First Artificial Heart – Mimi Swartz

Make Your Daughter Practice Math. She’ll Thank You Later – Barbara Oakley

For parents who want to encourage their daughters in STEM subjects, it’s crucial to remember this: Math is the sine qua non. You and your daughter can have fun throwing eggs off a building and making papier-mâché volcanoes, but the only way to create a full set of options for her in STEM is to … Continue reading Make Your Daughter Practice Math. She’ll Thank You Later – Barbara Oakley

Why Sitting May Be Bad for Your Brain – Gretchen Reynolds

Sitting for hours without moving can slow the flow of blood to our brains, according to a cautionary new study of office workers, a finding that could have implications for long-term brain health. But getting up and strolling for just two minutes every half-hour seems to stave off this decline in brain blood flow and … Continue reading Why Sitting May Be Bad for Your Brain – Gretchen Reynolds

How to Eat More Green Red & Yellow Vegetables – Clare Collins

This is tragic, given high vegetables intakes are associated with better health, including a lower risk of heart disease, some cancers, and type 2 diabetes. For every extra 200 grams of vegetables and fruit eaten each day, there's an 8 per cent reduction in the risk for heart disease, a 16 per cent risk reduction … Continue reading How to Eat More Green Red & Yellow Vegetables – Clare Collins

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