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Menopause & M.A.R.I.: Celebrity Personal Trainer, Entrepreneur, Event Promoter, Fashionista, Multi Titled Fitness Figure Champion, NPC Judge By Mari Redondo
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How could she know that in the blink of an eye she would be a prisoner of the Big M? Wow, menopause! It was something she came to endearingly term “the monster within”, and not without... More > warrant. Because she exercised regularly, stayed healthy, kept free of both recreational and prescription drugs, and had what she considered to be a fabulous life, she felt she would be invincible to the change that all women must pass through. Or at the very least, thought she’d get to pass through it easier than others. The truth is, no woman of any ethnic background, shape or size escapes the monster within. And somehow, she got the worst end of it, forcing her to take time to minimize her symptoms, plan a course of action and review her life. To do this, she needed to figure out what culprits caused these intense symptoms so she could introduce her new life with a BANG! The results have been positive, and to accomplish this she kept an overall focus on the acronym, MARI...Minimize, Action, Review and Introduce.< Less
Poetry for Students By Thanh Van HUYNH BA
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I have often thought that poets have the easiest job in the world. A poem, after all, is just a few lines on a page, usually not even extending margin to margin—how long would that take to... More > write, about five minutes? Maybe ten at the most, if you wanted it to rhyme or have a repeating meter. Why, I could start in the morning and produce a book of poetry by dinnertime. But we all know that it isn’t that easy. Anyone can come up with enough words, but the poet’s job is about writing the right ones. The right words will change lives, making people see the world somewhat differently than they saw it just a few minutes earlier. The right words can make a reader who relies on the dictionary for meanings take a greater responsibility for his or her own personal understanding. A poem that is put on the page correctly can bear any amount of analysis, probing, defining, explaining, and interrogating, and something about it will still feel new the next time you read it.< Less
The Colours of Sand By Subitha Baghirathan
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Subitha Baghirathan left Bristol with her family when her husband landed a promotion; a three-year overseas posting in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In The Colours of Sand she writes about her... More > experiences as a woman living in an expat community. Bristol, October 2007: my partner landed a promotion; a three year overseas posting in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Out of our family of four, I was the only one who hesitated at this offer. I was overwhelmed with thoughts of a harsh, arid environment- in both a physical and mental sense. I saw myself diminished under the black shroud of an abeya, against a backdrop of monotonous, yellow sand, the call to prayer providing a repetitive soundtrack. Yet,simultaneously, I was enticed by the lure of shedding wellies and cagoules, to relocate from a country where autumn seemed eternal, to a place promising 20 degree warmth even its winter months; an outdoor life for my young daughters; and a new culture to explore.< Less
Teh Encyclopaedia de Tchadwick, Volume 1 By Chad Terry
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8:00 PM 3/21/2012 'the love, the hate, the highs, and the lows, of self-experimentation and modification' - the description for my upcoming book, Adapt To US! When inspiration struck, I flew back... More > ten feet and went about trying to find my hat and shoes for days on and on ... I did however keep transcripts, and presented here to you is the verbatim log. Raised in New York City and currently living in Ojai, California, the author has been feverishly locked in his room for several years defining complete individuality and self sovereignty - self responsibility and awareness, and true cardinal locations in the galaxy. In another world the experience of schizophrenia has been dictated, emulated, constrained, defined, distributed, and consumed. Delusion is denied, spirits are put to rest, dreams are deferred... well, this was no dream. The viewpoints presented here is an evolving ones, searching in circles for proof of what is known. Oh, found it. Prove what thought?< Less
The One I Knew the Best of All By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED. The One I Knew the Best of All traces the early life of Frances Hodgson Burnett. In it she relates her earliest memories as a child in a North Manchester middle-class home and,... More > following her father's death, in Salford. Although a well-behaved little girl she relates her fascination with "back street" children and their language - the Lancashire dialect - which she sets out to learn. At the same time she provides a vivid description of the differences in the lives of those who laboured to produce Lancashire's wealth and those who took possession of it. Finally she deals with the American Civil War - the consequent Lancashire Cotton Famine - its devastating effects - her family's impoverishment and subsequent flight across the Atlantic. Here, in Tennessee, they make a new life, and Frances is forced to examine ways they can make a living. A brilliant, entertaining and thought provoking read. Published in support of The Working Class Movement Library, Salford, M5 4WX.< Less
The One I Knew the Best of All - A Memory of the Mind of a Child By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED. The One I Knew the Best of All traces the early life of Frances Hodgson Burnett. In it she relates her earliest memories as a child in a North Manchester middle-class home and,... More > following her father's death, in Salford. Although a well-behaved little girl she relates her fascination with "back street" children and their language - the Lancashire dialect - which she sets out to learn. At the same time she provides a vivid description of the differences in the lives of those who laboured to produce Lancashire's wealth and those who took possession of it. Finally she deals with the American Civil War - the consequent Lancashire Cotton Famine - its devastating effects - her family's impoverishment and subsequent flight across the Atlantic. Here, in Tennessee, they make a new life, and Frances is forced to examine ways they can make a living. A brilliant, entertaining and thought provoking read. Published in support of The Working Class Movement Library, Salford, M5 4WX.< Less
Menopause & M.A.R.I.: Celebrity Personal Trainer, Entrepreneur, Event Promoter, Fashionista, Multi Titled Fitness Figure Champion, NPC Judge By Mari Redondo
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How could she know that in the blink of an eye she would be a prisoner of the Big M? Wow, menopause! It was something she came to endearingly term “the monster within”, and not without... More > warrant. Because she exercised regularly, stayed healthy, kept free of both recreational and prescription drugs, and had what she considered to be a fabulous life, she felt she would be invincible to the change that all women must pass through. Or at the very least, thought she’d get to pass through it easier than others. The truth is, no woman of any ethnic background, shape or size escapes the monster within. And somehow, she got the worst end of it, forcing her to take time to minimize her symptoms, plan a course of action and review her life. To do this, she needed to figure out what culprits caused these intense symptoms so she could introduce her new life with a BANG! The results have been positive, and to accomplish this she kept an overall focus on the acronym, MARI...Minimize, Action, Review and Introduce.< Less
My Own Little Palace By Gina Dunlap
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The world is filled with a myriad of situations, decisions, and circumstances that may or may not be within our control. Not belittling the difficulties, Gina writes about the positive lessons she... More > can learn through even the most trying moments that include dealing with the day-to-day living with three children on different levels of high functioning Autism Spectrum. Her poignant tales help us see her thoughts on everyday life and putting things into perspective. Through her stories, she reminds us that we can all to appreciate the layers of life and reminds us to peel them like an onion and constantly learn new things. She shows how we can learn even from the most trivial of matters. Like the rest of us, her life can be a wild ride in which she just hangs on for dear life or a fun ride in which she just raises her arms up in the air and delightedly screams, "Wheee!"< Less
The Boy Who Could Draw Dr. King By Richard Grayson
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In this collection of autobiographical essays, award-winning short story writer Richard Grayson (WITH HITLER IN NEW YORK, I BRAKE FOR DELMORE SCHWARTZ) contemplates some seminal experiences: selling... More > his teenage drawings of Martin Luther King Jr. from a downtown Brooklyn clothing store in the mid-1960s; watching another well-known African-American minister, Louis Farrakhan, unwittingly play Cupid for his friends; avoiding an overly friendly Kevin Bacon on the streets of their Upper West Side neighborhood in the 1980s; childhood TV watching of such sitcoms as "Amos & Andy," "Beulah" and "The People's Choice"; dodging the Vietnam-era draft and hanging out with LSD-taking hippies in Greenwich Village; and making his 80-year-old Jewish grandmother one of Miami's most glamorous celebrities. These wry, funny, thoughtful pieces use the medium of memoir to explore American history of recent decades and attitudes toward race relations, sexual behavior, and popular culture in an entertainingly offbeat way.< Less
Mindset StackingTM Inspirational Journal VolumeAnon02 By Dr. Robert C. Worstell & Anonymous Authors
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Take this 90 Day Challenge and re-stack your mindset, with these Anonymous quotes. Because: - Make love, not war; get married and do both! -- Anonymous - My need is not to be on the outside... More > glaring in; its to be in the center with you. To be loved is nice, but not essential. To love someone, that's what makes life worth living. -- Anonymous - No one in love is free, or wants to be. -- Anonymous - Nobody can fully understand the meaning of love until he's owned a dog. He can show you more honest affection with a flick of his tail than a man can gather through a lifetime of handshakes. -- Anonymous - Remember that great love and great achievements involve great risk. -- Anonymous - Sometimes a new love comes between old friends. Sometimes the best love was the one that was always there. -- Anonymous The reason this book exists: To improve your mindset by re-stacking it intentionally every day for 90 days with inspirational, thought-provoking ideas. Get Your Copy Now.< Less

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