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Parenting In The Present

When parenting, we often read with alarm the results of the latest child research. We panic over the ever-expanding list of potential behavioral afflictions our children may suffer from. 482 more words


Book Cabinets: The fluctuating libraries

I like libraries, they always give me a feeling of security. Maybe this is because all those books are stored there, so I know the thoughts and words of thousands of people, some of them hundreds of years old don’t get lost. 402 more words


Plan International Builds on Learning at Work Day Success

Guest Post by Sasha Smith, Plan International Human Resources Assistant


Open University awarded Plan International its Learning at Work Day Award for Inspiring Learning. Sasha Smith holds the award at UK headquarters in December 2013. 708 more words


After the rain

After the rain invariably comes sunshine in this part of the world and that always triggers new growth in the garden.

A quick walk in the backyard today revealed: 112 more words


The millennial gardening boom and how we can learn from it

Excuse the pun, but gardening is growing. Along with the DIY/Maker Movement a bourgeoning number of Americans are getting involved with food gardening. It’s not just The First Lady Michelle Obama getting her hands dirty, according to a new five-year report from the National Gardening Association (NGA) there is a boom in gardening, particularly with Millennials. 666 more words

ENGAGE, la revista para los Partners de Adobe

Adobe publicó a finales de marzo el primer número de su revista digital “ENGAGE with Adobe”, dirigida a los Partners de la solución Adobe Marketing Cloud. 86 more words


“My most brilliant achievement was my ability to be able to persuade my wife to marry me”
― Winston Churchill