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Acocks Green Carnival Development

A message from Acocks Green Carnival Committee: –

Did you know Acocks Green Carnival is over 40 years old? In the last four decades carnival has seen many changes and developments, but 2017 could see some of its biggest challenges yet. 195 more words

Events

AR Workshop: Merry Mail Card Holder

Over the weekend I took my first AR Workshop class after admiring their projects on Instagram for months. I chose their “Merry Mail” Christmas card holder project because I think it’s adorable, and because the past few years MPR and I have been taping our Christmas cards to the wall and I wanted a cuter, more festive way to display them. 522 more words

Exploring

From Bread Winner to Milk Maid...

When I finally came home from work for good, the relief was overwhelming. I missed spending time with my family and with Scott working nights, I almost never saw him. 336 more words

Homesteading

Painting a ceiling is a bit like applying fake tan isn't it? (My first attempt at redecorating)

So this week I have been decorating my livingroom.  When we moved into this house it had horrid wallpaper and I wanted to replace it.  However there was a problem.  1,339 more words

Decor

Develop subject and transferable skills

Contributor: Nieky van Veggel @Nieky_WUC, Biosciences.

Idea: In order to encourage development of both subject-related and transferable skills in their curriculum, this assessment asks the students in groups to analyse a new animal feed in the laboratory.  92 more words

Creative Ideas

Six months of motherhood

Wow six months! Where has half a year gone? Well they do say time flies when you are having fun and that is exactly what we have been doing over the last six months. 727 more words

"I enrolled in a program that would give me new skills to take advantage of the opportunities the restructuring would bring."

Article originally appeared at Bloomberg via Robert Wenzel

by Julissa Arce

Once, while I was climbing the corporate ladder at Goldman Sachs I was deeply alarmed by a restructuring in our team. 714 more words

Robert Wenzel