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Morning Inspiration

Many people love the mornings. A bright beautiful day for all new beginnings and all that jazz. Of course, there are those people that stay close to my heart and prefer the mornings as a chance to lay in bed a little longer… maybe until noon? 267 more words

Breakup Skinny

Ways to get rich quick

Damn does anybody have any ideas whatsoever?! I think all these websites are just trying to get me to buy their book or their seminar. I googled ways to get rich not ways to spend more money. 176 more words

Breakup Skinny

2015 Reading Challenge, Book 8: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

Time for book 8 in my challenge (imagine challenge in Megamind’s voice, cos that’s how I generally say it), and it’s the book that’s been adapted into a tv show. 77 more words

Mad Utterings


Hello and welcome to my first blog site! I’ve been wanting to share the diy schemes and theme parties my talented family, friends, and I have put together over the years in a blog, seriously like… 172 more words


Google Adsense: How Format And Color Schemes Can Make Or Break Your Click Count!

Google Adsense: How Formatting And Color Schemes Can Make Or Break Your Click Count!

With Google adsense even the smallest adjustment on your internet site can make a world of a difference. 19 more words

Adsense Articles

A Blogger's Return

So… been a while. I’m still convinced someone is stealing time, because here we are and it’s suddenly mid-March.

I’ve been low on inspiration too, run out of poems to post and idle things to say, and then I realized I was basically at the point of posting once per week. 256 more words


Trivial Constructivism

Jean Piaget described the learning process as continuous interactions between existing cognitive structure (schemes) and new experience (1969). Specifically, learning process takes place through the organisation of information (schemes), the placing of new knowledge/information into schemes (assimilation) and the transformation of information into existing schemes or creating new one (accommodation). 465 more words

Cognitive Constructivism