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Shrubaboti Bose Shrubaboti Bose's blog:

The Light Within The Darkness - Review

The Light Within The Darkness: Mental Management & Mind Manipulation The Light Within The Darkness: Mental Management & Mind Manipulation by Aisha Khan

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Positive and motivational!

This book takes us on a journey in the author's life and examines the troubles she has faced due to her mental health issues. Depression and anxiety often go hand in Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 14, 2021 06:49
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

FEED YOUR READER FRIDAY

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Published on May 14, 2021 06:47
Jamie Blevins Jamie Blevins's blog:

Daily Meditations of a Nurse Warrior

Death is inevitable and comes to us all. Psalm resonates these words by saying that "no one can redeem the life of another or give God a ransom for them" (48:7); but when we understand this, "[He] will redeem [us] from the realm of the dead," (49:15), because of His Son, the one "who gave himself as Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 14, 2021 06:36
Beth Burke Beth Burke's blog:

Writer Block!

The bane of the writers existence. This week I have been dealing with some major writers block about both writing and the editing stories I have been working on. The blankness of the mind is not something that is only for writers we all get it. That moment of having no creativity or inspiration for

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Published on May 14, 2021 02:55
Mony Doyle Mony Doyle's blog:

Our children need our support, now more than ever.

We are all living through this pandemic but we deserve more than just living, our children deserve to thrive. This website is one of those gems where you can find advice and insight. We are not going through this alone.

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Published on May 13, 2021 16:13
Scarlet Paolicchi Scarlet Paolicchi's blog:

Beautiful Bathroom Shower Ideas For Your Remodel

Let’s face it, bathrooms are an important part of our homes. They get a lot of use and they serve many purposes. You want your bathroom to function well and look great. You want to be able to get ready for your day but you also want to be able to enjoy the experience. That […]

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Published on May 13, 2021 07:11
Shanika Rana Shanika Rana's blog:

A Class Divided

A class divided is a social experiment and lesson practiced by Jane Elliot in her class of third-grade students. The experiment focuses on teaching the basics of discrimination to a group of young children, who don’t understand words like ‘racism’, ‘discrimination’, and ‘partiality’.

Most white child

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Published on May 13, 2021 15:28
T.L. Harty T.L. Harty's blog:

Loss – Friday Rambling – Week 18

There are times that the losses are bold, in your face or hard to ignore.

They activate a lump in your throat or pit in the stomach. Waves of grief-like emotions such as pain or sorrow crash into your life. Tears flow.

But, it’s the little losses…things that slip from our lives without notice or oft

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Published on May 14, 2021 04:00
Andrew     Moore Andrew Moore's blog:

Towering Ambition

Will you be the one to write the series best adapted as a 3D collectathon platformer?
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Published on May 13, 2021 23:53
Mitchell Chmielewski Mitchell Chmielewski's blog:

The Field – A Cento

i approach a field. a black piano waits

cypress and golden rose, plucked at the chill sunsetting,

laurel, amaracus, and dark december vine

on the uncovered flesh of anyone brave

going back to the root is stillness

chilled in the path of darkness

asking to be bent, taken by firelight

freedom from fear, puri

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:55
Eve Taft Eve Taft's blog:

Quaint & Curious Volumes: May ’21

This month, I talk about sameness vs. difference and what we find creepy about both. I was definitely inspired by the movie Vivarium, which I watched during a Shudder free trial.

(Ulimate verdict on Shudder: not worth it, because it has almost none of the classics, but there’s some hidden gems. As t

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Published on May 13, 2021 07:26
Kathy    Holmes Kathy Holmes's blog:

Life is a Series of Naps, Ghost Writers, and Such (#BookReviews)

My life at home these days seems to be a series of naps. I often wake up somewhere in the 1 to 4 am range, maybe because I’ve slept from 1 or 2 to 3 or 4 pm. During that middle-of-the-night awakening, I grab my smart phone and open up my Kindle app to read … Continue reading Life is a Series of Naps Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 09:26
Jenna Terese Jenna Terese's blog:

The Bookworm’s Tag

What could be better than a book-themed tag? The answer is chocolate. And potatoes. But neither of them make a...

The post The Bookworm’s Tag appeared first on Jenna Terese.

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Published on May 13, 2021 08:30
Joey Mullaney Joey Mullaney's blog:

Meet Mekayla Holm!

Time and Making It Count
Meet Mekayla Holm!

Hey, how are ya?!

Here is a special guest post from Mekayla Holm! Mekayla is 23-years-old and from Saint Paul, Minnesota. She is a recent college graduate from St. Catherine University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Data Science.

Mekayla, like me, suffe

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Published on May 13, 2021 13:05
Tim Eagle Tim Eagle's blog:

I am Writer, Read my Fiction / 1990 / Writing Blog / Horror Blog

Name a fond flashback that  helps define you?

Yesterday I took liberties to ask for feedback and created a poll. Now, I'm going to give you a glimpse of my past. This is a cliff's notes version of events that helped form who I am today. It's a quick read. Here's my Flashback!

First year of writing ser

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:19
Mike   James Mike James's blog:

Changes to our behavior on Facebook & Twitter due to our Terms of Service Violations.

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Smooth Jazz and More has been issued a seven-day suspension from Twitter due to a “Terms of Service” violation. The suspension began last night and will continue thru May 20.

If you follow us on Twitter, then you probably know we are very active because of our progressive stand on all things poli

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Published on May 14, 2021 05:30
Justin Tuijl Justin Tuijl's blog:

you’re nuts me lord

(2020)

squeeze the spot where the cats used to run with no pyjamas, i once knew a man called something rather different and never got over it, you need to know where your slide rule is, maybe, idk, but, don’t forget… ************ there is a mirror, near the sea, somewhere near the horizon, forget how

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Published on May 12, 2021 13:23
L. Maci L. Maci's blog:

Magician RisingRenée des LauriersPublication date: May 25...

Magician Rising
Renée des Lauriers
Publication date: May 25th 2021
Genres: New Adult, Urban Fantasy


Dark powers she can’t control. Deadly hunters tracking her down. Can she rip the target off her back before it turns fatal?


Jun Bear has lived with bad luck all her life. An

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Published on May 14, 2021 03:00
Marian Parsons Marian Parsons's blog:

April 2021 Favorites

April just flew by for me, but it was a good month full of favorites.  It was my birthday month to boot, so I got lots of fun goodies.  Jeff and I are at that stage in life when we enjoy just getting some extra spending money so we can buy what we want.  I […]

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Published on May 13, 2021 08:03
Kasey Mathews Kasey Mathews's blog:

How to Be More Present

As a Transformational Life Coach, many of my coaching clients are seeking ways to discover how they can be more present in their lives.

But my work doesn’t necessarily stop with my life coaching clients!

Case in point, the moment that happened recently with my sweet husband…

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:27
Kiran Atma Kiran Atma's blog:

PLACE, TIME, AND AGE FOR YOGA SADHANA

A PLACE FOR YOGA

Sadhana should be performed in a quiet place. There should not be any interruptions. If you live in a home, you should set aside a well-ventilated space for Sadhana. No one should be allowed to enter the room. It should be kept under lock and key. 

Even your partner, children, an

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Published on May 14, 2021 05:56
Jeff Hoeyberghs Jeff Hoeyberghs's blog:

Ik zie een grote correlatie tussen woke ideologie en seksueel analfabetisme.

Ik zie een grote correlatie tussen woke ideologie en seksueel analfabetisme.

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Published on May 14, 2021 06:12
Tyler James Cook Tyler James Cook's blog:

Learning by Doing: Teaching Guitar

One of the truest statements I’ve ever heard is “if you want to learn something, teach it.”  Much of my teaching career has been built upon that premise, and it’s stretched my mind and talents far beyond what I thought I was capable of achieving.

A young education major at the local liberal arts coll

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Published on May 14, 2021 03:30
Adelere Adesina Adelere Adesina's blog:

Selling Effortlessly

Let Them Make a Decision to Buy

‘Don’t sell me. I’ve sold myself. Just let me buy. That’s what I need.’ Is this not the kind of message that rings in your mind when someone tries to sell you? So what happens when you try to sell someone? Just the same thing. That would be dangerous for your business

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Published on May 13, 2021 16:03
Darlene Everly Darlene Everly's blog:

Details, plans, and chapter 11 of the voice in the forest

detailsHi everybody! 

I know some of you found me via my romance books, under Darlene Everly, and some of you found me via my sci-fi fantasy, under J. Darlene Everly, and I have thus far only had the exclusive novella ebook of The Lost Chapter for those of you signing up for the newsletter.

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Published on May 13, 2021 09:47
Benjamín Franzani G. Benjamín Franzani G.'s blog:

Edward o El Caballero Verde, Parte III

El fénix en el camino

Fénix

El viaje de Nedrask a Uterra es largo. Podría ser más corto si seguir el curso hacia el suroeste del río De Laid fuese seguro, pero transitar por la frontera, tan cerca de la presencia de los bárbaros del Lago de Cristal, es peligroso. Ello obliga a hacer un rodeo hacia el i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 09:24
Diana Candy Diana Candy's blog:

Korean family model

    Dear readers, I continue to introduce you to excerpts from my book "Angels drink milk". 

    Korean youth in the pursuit of invented ideals, wealth, external well-being, high status in society forget about simple things: caring for loved ones, tenderness in relationships, kindness, forgiving mist

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Published on May 13, 2021 14:42
Emilia A. Leese Emilia A. Leese's blog:

Publication Day Party

On 27 May 2021, after two years of work, Think Like a Vegan will be published and available in all bookshops!!!

We’re ready to celebrate.

Join us for our Publication Day party on the 27th May at 7.30pm BST on Zoom. Kip from Messy Vegan Cook will be our host chatting with Eva and me. Be the first to h

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Published on May 13, 2021 13:37
Alessandro Gianesini Alessandro Gianesini's blog:

Coming (very) Soon

Comunicazione di servizio sulle future pubblicazioni.Continua a leggere
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Published on May 13, 2021 22:30
Pooja Agnihotri Pooja Agnihotri's blog:

The New Nike Ad Campaign Is All About Being Bad At Sports…

The new Nike ad campaign is sure to inspire you. Nike has taken on a refreshing approach to sports in its new ad campaign. In its “Play New” ad campaign, Nike is celebrating the spirit of not being so good in sports. The 60-second ad campaign doesn’t speak of the same old “Going against all odds […]

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Published on May 13, 2021 14:14
Ann Vanino Ann Vanino's blog:

Finding Freedom

white heron bird taking flight in hilly area Freedom allows us to act, speak and pursue happiness in a way that works for us. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 14, 2021 01:00
Pauline O'Connor Pauline O'Connor's blog:

Fatigue after ABI: boom and bust

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Almost every brain injury survivor will need to deal with fatigue following their Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Headway UK states that ‘it is the most commonly cited effect of brain injury reported by the 11,000 callers to our helpline each year’1.

Fatigue caused by an illness or injury i

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Published on May 14, 2021 01:30
Geoff  King Geoff King's blog:

Pigeonholing

A plea for artistic freedom or the undisciplined meanderings of an overactive mind?

How many creatives like to always make work that fits into the same style or genre? How many visual artists want to continue using the same media throughout their career? How many musicians want their music to be rout

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Published on May 13, 2021 08:23
Johan Sanctorum Johan Sanctorum's blog:

De grote festivals: de versoepeling te veel?

TomorrowlandWaarom de Dag van de Zorg zo weinig aandacht kreeg

Afgelopen woensdag, 12 mei, was het de geboortedag van Florence Nightingale en meteen Dag van de Zorg- en Verpleegkundigen. Dat is opvallend geruisloos voorbij gegaan. Noch in de geschreven media, noch op TV werd er enige aandacht aan bes

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:52
Carolyn Fenzl Carolyn Fenzl's blog:

Writing Contests

I have decided to challenge myself by entering writing contests. For those familiar with my fiction and nonfiction books, you know that I love entering sweepstakes. However, they are usually just fill out a form with your information, submit, and wait to see if you win a prize. A contest is differen

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Published on May 13, 2021 19:26
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