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Joy  Wilson Joy Wilson's blog:

The Top 6 Summer Reading Recommendations of 2021

The Top 6 Summer Reading Recommendations of 2021

Hello friends! 

I’ve gotten a month into these thick summer days without one of my very favorite summer activities: relaxing with a juicy beach read under an umbrella with a spritz. I looked up from my Christmas-in-June haze and realized that I don’t even know what beach read I’m reaching for! 

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Published on June 24, 2021 05:34
Céline Guillaume Céline Guillaume's blog:

Formation astrologie pas cher – Sans Risque : Satisfait ou Remboursé La meilleure du Web

Formation astrologie reconnue – satisfait ou remboursé 30 jours : formation astrologie pas cher – sans risque : satisfait ou remboursé

Est transits vectrice d’importants échanges intimes de techniques et les éléments relatifs à appliquer la lune. Différencié ou au 10 ateliers pratiques d’interprétati

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Published on June 24, 2021 18:48
N.R. Walker N.R. Walker's blog:

Code Red is OUT NOW!

 


BLURB


Maddox Kershaw is the main vocalist of the world’s biggest boy band. He’s at the top of every music chart, every award show, every social media platform, and every sexiest-man-alive list. He’s the bad boy, the enigma, the man everyone on the planet wants a piece of.


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Published on June 24, 2021 11:31
John Mattone John Mattone's blog:

Why Employee Experience (EX) is Critical to Talent Retention

The way employees experience their participation in the organizational effort has become a cornerstone of customer experience, underpinning talent retention and leadership succession. Employees who buy into the company values, have the freedom to make decisions concerning their work, and enjoy oppor

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Published on June 17, 2021 03:00
Danielle's reviews Danielle's reviews's blog:

Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster by Danielle Jacks is #NowLive

 


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➜ Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster by Danielle Jacks is #NowLive

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Published on June 24, 2021 16:30
Heather Tullis Heather Tullis's blog:

Make your own bubble bath

Wednesday was National Bubble Bath day, and when I mentioned my homemade bubble bath I had some people ask how it was made, so I thought I’d share the super simple directions here.  I first found this recipe on Apartmenttherapy.com. It has clean ingredients free of crazy chemicals–Comfrey from my bo

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Published on January 10, 2020 07:00
Bob Gourley Bob Gourley's blog:

Watch these key levels in bitcoin over the next few months, Oppenheimer analyst says

Bitcoin took another leg lower Monday after China ramped up its crackdown on crypto mining. Bitcoin mines in Sichuan shut down over the weekend with authorities worried about the environmental impact of cryptocurrency. Bitcoin tumbled 8%, trading at roughly $32,490. At the day’s worst, it fell to a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2021 06:17
Rohn Strong Rohn Strong's blog:

Rohn Strong’s 2021 Crochet Along – Summer Blossom Mandala

Every year, hundreds of crocheter’s gather together in an online forum to crochet up my newest crochet pattern. I work all year to design and create a project that is not just fun to crochet, but will help challenge crocheter’s. My teaching and design style is simple, to create projects that inspire Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2021 09:58
Deborah Ann Davis Deborah Ann Davis's blog:

Sneak Peek 1 to my Upcoming Parenting Course

Positive Relationship Characteristics

Recently I asked for some ideas for a title for my new parenting course. This week I thought I’d share an excerpt from it, specifically from:

MODULE 6. VIDEO 2: Positive Relationship Characteristics

Provide Unconditional Love. The most powerful characterist

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Published on June 24, 2021 12:54
Martina E. Faulkner Martina E. Faulkner's blog:

Your Daily Devotional Practice Is an Act Of Self-Love

Happy full moon, earth angels. The full moon magnetizes your intuitive channels, making it easier to receive your angels’ loving guidance. During the full moon cycle, your angels guide you to celebrate your healing and notice which pain patterns are ready for completion. The light of the full moon i

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Published on June 24, 2021 21:28
Marion Grace Woolley Marion Grace Woolley's blog:

Gill's Blog Interview

 


As I've mentioned before, I have a short story out later in the year with Bridge House Publishing. 

Ahead of that, I've just done a little interview with their CEO, Gill James.

You can read the interview here and you can find Gill on her website and Twitter.


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Published on June 25, 2021 01:17
Kym Gordon Moore Kym Gordon Moore's blog:

Looking for Perfection in All the Wrong Places

you were born to be real not to be perfect Image Credit: Piotr Siedlecki

I am not a perfect person, but I’m the best person

I don’t have the perfect life, but I have the best life

I may not have the perfect family, but I have the best family

I may not have the perfect job, but I have the best job

I may not have the perfect bank account, but I

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Published on June 24, 2021 05:05
Theodore Kinni Theodore Kinni's blog:

Tips for leading people at a distance

strategy+business , June 23, 2021

by Theodore Kinni


Photograph by Urbancow

It seems less and less likely that the pandemic will be the impetus for a permanent, wholesale shift to remote work. Sure, employee sentiment polls find that most people like working from home, and anecdotal evidence suggest Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2021 12:45
Marilyn R. Wilson Marilyn R. Wilson's blog:

Interview With Shannon Leith McGuire, Author of Finding My Sunshine - A Memoir

Can you share a bit about why you chose to share your story in a book? Why was now the right time to write your story and share it with the world?
I believe sometimes people need to read about others to understand themselves, so I decided to write this book.

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Published on June 24, 2021 11:50
Nektaria Markaki Nektaria Markaki's blog:

Baynards Park Cottage, Surrey, England

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Published on June 24, 2021 10:04
Tracy Kiss Tracy Kiss's blog:

5 Must-Have Luxury Accessories for Business Professionals

If you are a business professional, then it is essential to look the part. Pretentious and superficial as it might sound, appearances matter – especially when you are trying to settle agreements and manage stakeholders. Just your outfit is enough to subliminally tell associates that you are a profes

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Published on June 25, 2021 04:00
Craig Pirrong Craig Pirrong's blog:

Gibbering Joe Validates the Founders’ Fears

Virtually everyone in the Founding generation had one fear: Tyranny. They did not want to replace one tyrannical government with another. On this Federalists and Anti-Federalists agreed. The difference was that the Federalists believed that the Constitution had adequate safeguards against tyranny, b

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Published on June 24, 2021 17:55
Suanne Schafer Suanne Schafer's blog:

Book Review: The Apache Diaspora by Paul Conrad

Though I was hesitant to read a book about Apaches written by a white man, I must admit that Conrad’s The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival is a fascinating and erudite book. Through his research into archives in the United States, Spain, Mexico, as well Apache oral histor

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Published on June 24, 2021 11:00
E. Viona E. Viona's blog:

The Birth (and Curse) of Institutionalized Religion

Flash Fiction Friday, March 2016

In the days before people wrote words, there stood a mystic mountain. Its summit held the secrets of existence: why we’re all here, if there is an afterlife, our true purpose, and such things. Those who reached the mountain’s summit would become privy to these secrets

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Published on March 26, 2016 08:01
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