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Yann Girard Yann Girard's blog:

Working smart vs working hard

To be able to work smart, you've gotta be able to distinguish between what's the dumb thing to do and what's the smart thing to do. And that usually takes a hell lot of time and really hard work...

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Published on June 01, 2020 13:27
Theresa-Marie Rhyne Theresa-Marie Rhyne's blog:

Split Complementary Color with Deficiency Results

We use Adobe Color ���s Accessibility tools to examine a Split Complementary Color Harmony in the Key of Orange. The Accessibility tools examine if a color scheme addresses the three color deficiencies of Protanopia, Deuteranopia and Tritanopia. The results show that the Split Complementary colo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 02, 2020 04:56
Bookschatter Bookschatter's blog:

Thank you for joining us for the ninth segment in the serialisation of Mudlarks and the Silent Highwayman , an Historical Supernatural Illustrated Novelette by Alan M. Clark (12 May 2020, IFD Publishing, 69 pages). A story of hope enduring in the midst of illness and death.

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Published on June 01, 2020 17:48
Rijo Tobing Rijo Tobing's blog:

Time to Hunt: Film Thriller Rasa Horor

Review film ini akan singkat saja mengingat saya ada deadline lain hari ini. Begini deh kalau menulis tergantung mood, ujung-ujungnya sistem kebut sejam gara-gara menunggu adrenalin rush menjelang DL.:(


Film “Time to Hunt” adalah film Korea kesekian yang saya tonton di platform Netflix. Begitu deh, p

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Published on June 02, 2020 00:27
川上 文代 川上 文代's blog:

「川上文代のイタリア料理認定講座」4期生、スタートしました☆

2か月以上ぶりのレッスンとなりましたが、

「川上文代のイタリア料理認定講座」4期生、

無事スタートしました

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Published on June 01, 2020 05:13
Stephen Burckhardt Stephen Burckhardt's blog:

Monday Movie Madness: Buffalo Girls

Hello Posse!



I hope you are all safe and healthy. I have been saying a lot of prayers on that for everyone in the US lately. Things are really crazy in the world right now and I have been throwing myself into my work to try to find my personal "happy place" whenever the stress of the world just gets

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Published on June 01, 2020 12:24
Jenny Grant Rankin Jenny Grant Rankin's blog:

Fighting Injustice Is Every Educator’s Obligation

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Ahmaud Arbery was gunned down simply for jogging, and those who were videotaped killing him remained free for an unconscionable amount of time. George Floyd was arrested for using – possibly unknowingly – a counterfeit $20 bill and pleaded with police to please lift the knee from his neck

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Published on June 01, 2020 18:39
Plaza Pública Plaza Pública's blog:

Cómo funciona el comercio en el altiplano suroccidental y por qué es importante tenerlo en cuenta ahora

Ensayo

María Victoria García Vettorazzi ha estudiado algunas rutas y relaciones comerciales en el altiplano, y ha visto con preocupación las noticias sobre cierres de carreteras. En este ensayo explica cómo el comercio interregional, clave para buena parte de la población, se ha movido ajeno a las gr

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Published on June 01, 2020 13:58
Maame Blue Maame Blue's blog:

Headscarves and Bad Love

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Published on April 29, 2020 07:11
Roshan Sharma Roshan Sharma's blog:

What is intermittent fasting, and how to do it?

Intermittent fasting is fasting between your two meals. That means you give enough time to one meal to get digested by your system. It’s simple, it’s healthy, and it’s hygienic.





Avoid anything in between your two meals and make sure to eat when you are hungry.





You can have your breakfast, lunch and di

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Published on June 02, 2020 02:13
Mike Henry Sr. Mike Henry Sr.'s blog:

One Body in Jesus – Romans 12:5

One Body in Jesus – Romans 12:5

Are you willing to admit you don't know everything? I often think God is subject to my understanding. I want him to make everything fit in my mind.


Continue reading One Body in Jesus – Romans 12:5 at Follower Of One.

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Published on June 02, 2020 04:00
Keith Fenwick Keith Fenwick's blog:

June update from the Skidian Chronicles

Greetings from the nerve centre of the Skidian Chronicles creative department and welcome to all our new subscribers. With this month’s newsletter the fourth book in the Skidian Chronicles series – The Colonists is available free on Amazon Kindle for the next few days. (from Monday, June 1, 2020, 12

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Published on May 31, 2020 15:35
George Saoulidis George Saoulidis's blog:

Evie – Black Lives Matter

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A quick render of Evie protesting.





And the timelapse








The post Evie – Black Lives Matter appeared first on George Saoulidis.

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Published on June 01, 2020 16:39
Kalen Bruce Kalen Bruce's blog:

10 Branches of Growth (I Published My First Book!)

It’s official! I’m a published author!





I’m so excited to announce: my first book is now available.





It’s called, 10 Branches of Growth: Real-Life Productivity for a Fruitful Life.





This is a precursor to my next book. My book on raising money-smart, intentional children is in the final editing stages, bu

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Published on June 02, 2020 01:30
Holland Rae Holland Rae's blog:

Romance Writing and Politics

I initially wrote this piece almost two years ago and, while a lot has changed in romance and in politics, far too much remains the same. I am no longer a member of the Romance Writers of America community, which saddens me deeply, but I am working to create more inclusive writing groups in my home

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Published on June 01, 2020 04:30
Rachel C. Weingarten Rachel C. Weingarten's blog:

Website Judi Ceme Terpopuler Depo 10 Ribu

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Published on June 01, 2020 21:11
Sharean Morishita Sharean Morishita's blog:

Can You Publish a Webtoon in Traditional Comic Format?

With all of the amazing opportunities out their for webtoon creators or artist available on LINE Webtoon and Tapas platform it’s understandable how popular they have become within the comic creating community!





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The problem that might arise and that I’ve seen others show concern about is t

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Published on June 01, 2020 17:13
Ursula Visser Ursula Visser's blog:

Voorbij de Storm

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VOORBIJ DE STORM
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Wie uitspraken wil doen over de toekomst van de mensheid, kan niet meer om klimaatverandering heen. Door de uitstoot van broeikasgassen verandert wereldwijd het klimaat. De gemiddelde tempartuur neemt toe, het weer wordt steeds extremer en de zeespiege

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Published on June 01, 2020 23:42
Chris Goff Chris Goff's blog:

THE APPEAL OF AUDIO BOOKS

by Karna Small Bodman

Many of us are still hunkered down working from home, while others are slowly getting back to their jobs. For those returning, instead of using crowded public transportation, some are driving to work when they can. It turns out that for both the at-home crowd, along with the com Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 01, 2020 05:00
Jason Ingolfsland Jason Ingolfsland's blog:

I Didn’t Fall Into The Void: or, How This Writer Never Gives Up

I’m alive! I bet you thought I had fallen into the ugly, dark void that many authors tend to go. To a degree, I guess I did, but I’ve clawed my way out and have no plans to return. I don’t give up too easily when it comes to writing.


So I was looking at my old blog posts and the latest post published

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Published on June 01, 2020 12:24
Nina Niskanen Nina Niskanen's blog:

Recovery

Last week I took a certification exam and passed. Passing was the result of almost three months of pretty intense studying. And pretty much right after that, the news of George Floyd’s death and the circumstances surrounding it started to make its way across the pond. I am still livid about everythi

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Published on June 01, 2020 11:00
J. Max Johnson J. Max Johnson's blog:

If you support Hong Kongers taking to the streets for their freedoms but cannot countenance black...



If you support Hong Kongers taking to the streets for their freedoms but cannot countenance black Americans doing the same for their civil and human rights—if you condemn mass detention of Uighurs but can’t give two shits about migrant children in cages at your borders—if you want to stand up to Com

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Published on June 01, 2020 07:07
Tudor Alexander Tudor Alexander's blog:

Red Peonies, White Peonies

It is late spring, summer almost. Our peonies are blooming, white and red bulbs, wholesome, heavy, full of delicate petals that complete and overwhelm each other, in a continuous search for air and sunlight. The green stems bend and sometimes break under the weight of the flowers. There are more blo

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Published on June 01, 2020 05:01
Amanda  Fleet Amanda Fleet's blog:

B5 writing folio

A long time ago, I posted about converting an old Filofax Deskfax into a writing folio. You can read that post here. Essentially, I took the ring mechanism out and added strings. The layout of the Deskfax meant that I could slide the cover of a B5 notebook into a back slot. The added strings could h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 01, 2020 23:00
John W. Howell John W. Howell's blog:

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue #265

In Keiths words. “Using this photo (below) as inspiration, write a short story, flash fiction, scene, poem; anything, really; even just a caption for the photograph. Either put it (or a link to it) in a comment or email it to me at keithchanning@gmail.com before 6pm next Sunday (if you aren’t sure w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 02, 2020 02:00
Harriet Springbett Harriet Springbett's blog:

Tree Magic Monday #3

For the third #TreeMagicMonday, Impress Books had this to say:


It’s our final #TreeMagicMonday before release day tomorrow! Below are some glowing reviews for Tree Magic to get you in the mood! Here they are:


1) A  review from book blogger Kelly @kellysrambles


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Kelly said: “Harr

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Published on June 02, 2020 00:53
Cait Gordon Cait Gordon's blog:

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: June

It might seem odd that I am continuing this fun and non-competitive flash fiction game during a global pandemic and a time of gross injustices (Black lives matter!), but I strongly feel that taking a break to be creative is really good for my mental health. If you’re not up to it this month, that’s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 01, 2020 07:58
Christine Goff Christine Goff's blog:

THE APPEAL OF AUDIO BOOKS

by Karna Small Bodman

Many of us are still hunkered down working from home, while others are slowly getting back to their jobs. For those returning, instead of using crowded public transportation, some are driving to work when they can. It turns out that for both the at-home crowd, along with the com Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 01, 2020 05:00
John  Bainbridge John Bainbridge's blog:

Raffles – The Amateur Cracksman

A.J. Raffles, gentleman about town, celebrated amateur cricketer, notably at Lords, and – most importantly of all – amateur cracksman, burglar and thief without parallel.[image error]


In these short stories by E.G. Hornung, first published in book form in 1899, Hornung gives us the idea of the gentle

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Published on June 02, 2020 01:22
ROAR Magazine ROAR Magazine's blog:

The Laura Flanders Show: Environmental Injustice During the Pandemic

“We do not want to go back to normal. That is not the way it should go. We need a different system. One that takes into account race equity and gender equity.”
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Published on June 01, 2020 08:26
Alexander J. Blum Alexander J. Blum's blog:

From Quarantine to Martial Law in 77 Days

You’re living in the collapse phase. Like Rome, like so many great empires before, America is over. The weight of the contradictions has grown too dense, the bough is breaking, the machine is grinding slowly to the heat death of ultimate anarchy. Or is it? The thing is – nobody knows. Is history bac

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Published on June 01, 2020 21:48
Gina McKnight Gina McKnight's blog:

Study for Life Success: 7 Effective Study Steps to Excellence by FAIZ IBRAHIM




Study for Life Success: 7 Effective Study Steps to Excellence by FAIZ IBRAHIM
Are you looking to improve yourself in study whether you are in school or college?Are you willing to be one of the recognized students?Are you searching for a study book to help you to reach the excellence?Are you look Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 01, 2020 18:57
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