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Body Talk With My Toddlers Hasn’t Gotten Weird at All

One of the most inevitable parts of parenting is that each and every one of you will have to have “the talk” about “private parts” with your child in whatever straightforward or convoluted way you choose. 609 more words

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How should I design a business framework ? (part 1)

This is “THE” question I’ve asked myself for very long time. Today, I’m answering simply with only two words: “Simplicity” and “Extensibility… 777 more words

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A Grounding Exercise

This exercise has been practised by human beings for millennia. You will notice its impact in two ways: firstly when you’re actually doing it, you will notice the subtle sensations of bioelectric, (electromagnetic), currents moving through your body; secondly you will notice its impact on your life in general, with an improved state of mind, clarity of thought, lighter feelings, increased ability to deal with issues, improved posture and a greater connection with your own sense of purpose. 402 more words

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How to stay inspired… For Strategic Thinkers

My English language students have a quizzical look on their face, when I ask them, “Where is your brain?”, as if they’re expecting it to be a trick question. 590 more words

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Saturday Morning Reading #45

Here’s your Saturday morning reading on aidworker well-being, the Hippocratic Oath and technology leapfrogging in India…

 

1. Why We Dev with Alessandra Pigni: Staff care, burnout & more… 404 more words

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Simple Grid

“Simple Grid was created for developers who need abarebones grid. Simple Grid works well with 1140pxlayouts but easily adapts to any size of layout. With fluid columns, Simple Grid is responsive down to mobile.” This is all the info you need. 21 more words
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About That Apparent Decline in Violent Conflict...

Is violent conflict declining, or isn’t it? I’ve written here and elsewhere about evidence that warfare and mass atrocities have waned significantly in recent decades, at least when measured by the number of people killed in those episodes. 1,307 more words

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