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The Top Five Parenting Hacks You Never Knew You Needed — I’m Sick and So Are You

I am tired. I am sick and I have a husband and a child at home that I homeschool and I don’t sleep well and my body hurts and I AM TIRED. So, “make my life easier in any way humanly possible” is my motto. Ask and ye shall receive! The internet provides and it […] … Continue reading The Top Five Parenting Hacks You Never Knew You Needed — I’m Sick and So Are You

The Brilliant Reason You Should Put Hairspray on Fresh Flowers — PushUP24

Put me on the list of people who really, really enjoy fresh flowers. I consider them a line item on my “well-being” budget and they bring me considerable joy. Just seeing them on a table calms me down, so, whenever possible, I gather a bunch from my garden and bring them inside. Whether you received […] … Continue reading The Brilliant Reason You Should Put Hairspray on Fresh Flowers — PushUP24

Lindsay Lohan’s Rise and Fall: From Disney darling to tabloid sensation — INKLING LEAGUE

Lindsay Lohan became a Disney darling after her performance in the 1998 remake of “The Parent Trap” at the ripe age of 12. But after years of success in the movie industry, Lohan’s personal life took a turn. In recent years, Lohan has made headlines for her infamous brushes with the law — some of […] … Continue reading Lindsay Lohan’s Rise and Fall: From Disney darling to tabloid sensation — INKLING LEAGUE

Five Financial Stages in Everyone’s Life — Roxburgh Securities

by Don Ezra We go through stages in our lives. Sometimes it’s useful to look at how our psychology changes as we move from one stage to another. This article describes five financial stages, looking at minimum, successful and exceptional standards. I don’t have numerical benchmarks for you. Individual circumstances vary too much for standardised … Continue reading Five Financial Stages in Everyone’s Life — Roxburgh Securities

How To Master The Work/Life Balance

Work/Life balance. What is that? It can be such a simple concept for a person who is aware of their needs and delegates the time to separate the two. It’s not as easy if you’re working full time, if you’re a full time parent, have other responsibilities all while trying to also give your passion […] … Continue reading How To Master The Work/Life Balance

10 Ideas your Choice Interested for a week — Kumerland

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” How much do you hold back? How many ideas are you scared to express? How many goals do you hesitate to pursue? How many passions do you ignore? It’s easy (and tempting) to blame other circumstances for our […] … Continue reading 10 Ideas your Choice Interested for a week — Kumerland

Parlez-Vous Français? — Sifting through life and the world

Français? Hey, I was absolutely the worse in my high school French classes and the only one in our senior year of 4th year French to get a “C”. Of course, my general hate of high school and lack of respect for anything connected with it played a great role. I regret that and had […] … Continue reading Parlez-Vous Français? — Sifting through life and the world

…Does Grief Have A Deadline? — JOCELYN A DORGAN

My daughter phoned me the other night and, as usual, when I see her name on the caller ID, apprehension kicked me in the gut. It’s not that I don’t hear from her frequently, but an unscheduled call from my twenty-one-year-old living two hours away in New York City revs my mom-anxiety into overdrive instantly. […] … Continue reading …Does Grief Have A Deadline? — JOCELYN A DORGAN

Are You in Control of Your Life? – Psychology Post

By Dr. Perry, PhD “It is our attitude toward events, not events themselves, which we can control.” ~Epictetus Every morning before I head to the office, I go online and check the traffic report. I mentally rehearse my drive, avoiding all congested roadways, and check my backup route just in case. I have a cup […] … Continue reading Are You in Control of Your Life? – Psychology Post

You start getting bitter’: what I learned from 43 years in prison – Simon Hattenstone & Eric Allison

John Massey sits in a cafe called the Breakout, opposite Pentonville prison in north London. It’s six years since he broke out himself, scaling the nearby prison wall with a makeshift rope and hook. He was 64. Scotland Yard warned the public that the convicted murderer was potentially dangerous and should not be approached. Two … Continue reading You start getting bitter’: what I learned from 43 years in prison – Simon Hattenstone & Eric Allison

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