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Let’s play!

Games – who doesn’t like them? From our early childhood on we engage in playing. Some of the games have an educating purpose, such as a quiz or a strategy game, some are embedded in a physical activity and we call them sports, and some games we play for entertainment purposes in a social environment, for instance, in form of board or card games. 1,112 more words


Diary: Futures

I spent two and a half days at my dad’s house this week, hoping it would help me clear my head. It didn’t, really, but the scenery was nice. 590 more words


Family Matters, Part 3: The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts

Some my earliest and fondest memories centered around family dinners at my grandpa and grandma’s house. For Thanksgiving, for example, there was turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, olives, rolls, salad and several pies for dessert. 3,748 more words

Indesign, Self-Reliance, and Elder Hales

Welcome to this weeks blog post featuring our workings with Indesign, using things like contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity. We can’t forget color either, to put together a magazine spread using an article that caught our eye. 1,032 more words


Making a Decision

Do you ever feel like you just don’t know what to do? Like you’re stuck in between option A or option B? If your answer is “yes,” you are not alone. 446 more words


The Art Of Decision Making {or, How To Adult}

What sort of decision maker are you?

  • Can you make a spur-of-the-moment decision and feel 100% confident that you made the right choice?
  • Do you need some time to weigh pros/cons so that you can make an informed decision?
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Right Here, Right Now

garage sale junk and treasures

Yea, the first week-end of garage sales. Nothing better than that for a beautiful Saturday morning. The bargaining, the “oohing” and “aahing”. My brain on overload as I imagined what I could do with this piece of junk and that piece of worn cloth. 323 more words