|Happy Shorts: 120 Essays on Life, Love, Happiness, & Inspiration
by Susan Spira
Happy Shorts is a collection of zany, goofy, heart-felt in spira tions and observations. Happy Shorts is a look at life from the quirky side to make you smile, warm your heart, and help you to embrace your life, your joy, and your best. A life filled with laughter and spark is a life well lived.
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|Stop the Torment: Conquer Your Relationship with Food
by Joyce Lillis
ISBN: 978-0-9916458-1-7: (ebook)
published by Sweet Meadow Publishing
Joyce Lillis presents an entirely new approach to weight loss and weight maintenance, offering information, stories and exercises designed to understand the deeper relationship each of us has with food. Once you uncover the long established habits that are at work, you will learn how to conquer your relationship with food. Purchase Stop the Torment at amazon.com
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Reform: The Role and Responsibility of Schools, Parents, Students and
Improving the quality of public school education cannot be accomplished without the collaboration of school, home and community. This is the basis of Carletta D. Washington’s new book. Washington’s premise is that one team and one goal are critical to prepare our children for their journey into the real world through improved academic achievement. The book offers as much value to parents as it does to educational policy-makers and the community as a whole.
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Hot 100 Echoes of a Woman’s Thoughts
Women Working Together To Make A Difference is designed to enrich the lives of women from all walks of life. It reveals some of the inner thoughts that are common to women, while offering motivational tips to deal with those thoughts. It motivates women to look at their thoughts from a different point of view.
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Success and Happiness: Leading Experts Reveal Their Secrets
We don't learn about success and happiness in school. As important as these sujetcts are, we're left to figure them out on our own. Success and Happiness brings you the combined wisdom of sixteen of the leading experts in the field of personal development. Contributors include internationally recognzed authors, coaches and trainers: Jim Donovan, Michelle Casto, Steve Kennedy, Vic Johnson, Jeff Keller, Kammie Kobyleski, Jay Snyder, Becky Waters, Heather Vale, Nigel Alston, Kathy Gulrich, Karen Vizer, Susan Russo, Christen Murphy Resmo, Sandy Schussel and "Ski" Swiatkowski. Each brings a different perspective to these all important subjects. You will learn how to earn more money, advance in your career, attract loving, supportive relationships and much more.
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Attitude Is Everything
This "success manual" gives readers a step-by-step plan for taking control of their lives and unleashing their incredible potential. It shows how author Jeff Keller used these principles to make a career transition from lawyer to motivational speaker-and shows readers how they, too, can make positive changes in every area of their lives.
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Here's To Your Success
For the last 10 years, Jeff Keller has shared his principles for positive living through his online newsletter, Here's To Your Success. Jeff's new book, Here's To Your Success, contains 62 of his most popular essays. In this book, Jeff covers the full range of success principles, including: attitude, fears, persistence, gratitude, communication skills, change, and spiritual growth.
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One Man and the
One Man and the World contains a selection of essays on the life and work of 20th century American author, Thomas Wolfe, written by renowned scholars. The essays, edited and by Takashi Kodaira and Hiroshi Tsunemoto, were first published in "The Thomas Wolfe Newsletter/Review." Section I of the book contains the essays and Section II is a comprehensive reference guide that includes the complete table of contents of all issues of "The Thomas Wolfe Newsletter/Review, 1977-2000." This book will enhance the knowledge of scholars, students and readers of books by Thomas Wolfe.
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Type + Code: Processing for Designers
This book explores the typographic possibilities of Processing, the computer language created by Casey Reas and Ben Fry and Case Reas. Processing is a simple but deceptively powerful programming language that can generate startling visual effects. Processing users are finding new ways to use its flexibility every day, sending their interpreted data to objects as varied as drawing machines, architectural facades, and cell phones. Learning to work with code can be as fundamental to the designer's education as learning to bind a book or print with letterpress, particularly for those who wish to work with non-traditional media.
Insurance: The Good, the Bad,
An insider’s view of the realities, insights and “nuts and bolts” of the Workers Compensation system. There are good aspects, bad aspects, and downright ugly aspects in this important and mandated insurance coverage. Readers will come away with a thorough understanding of the system and how it works. Everyone will receive help on how to be an active participant and how to avoid problems and delays and finally get the most out of this insurance coverage.
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Travel-Ready Packing: Pack Light, Dress Right—Anytime, Anywhere
This well-organized book helps you pack your suitcase before you fly—whether you're off to Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, the South Pacific or even the Antarctic! Pack what you need based on your destination (beach or mountains, village or city), season and type of trip (business or leisure). Traveling light alleviates back and neck pain and gives you the freedom to enjoy your vacation. Knowing what to take can reduce baggage fees. Travel-Ready Packing provides packing lists based on climate, culture, type of trip and gender.
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