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No bread--day 2

This looks pathetic, but tasted delicious. The egg was fried to perfection in unsalted butter, as was the grilled tomato. Really, a grilled tomato is one of the best things in the world. 149 more words


An Introduction to "Strengths" Psychology

In just 110 pages the New York Times #1 Best Selling book, HOW FULL IS YOUR BUCKET by Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton (Gallup Press, 2004) lays out over 50 years of research on the subject of positive encouraging personal interaction. 214 more words

YouthMinistry/Spiritual Formation

Starting with my Why?

Thanks to Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why, Jo-Anne Reynolds, CEO at SpikeBee and renowned entrepreneur and fellow dyslexic, Richard Branson for motivating me to write my first article, or at least my first one in quite some time. 548 more words

Eat Move Sleep

Eat Move Sleep by Tom Rath

I bought this book, because it was recommended when I was in a seminar on stress management.  This might appear to be an odd recommendation, since the book is about eating better, moving more, and sleeping better; however the book points out that the combination of all three things improving is what helps you have a healthier life and be able to handle stress better. 227 more words

Book Lover

3 strategies to improve your teaching in the New Year

The time between semesters gives us as teachers the opportunity to evaluate how well we think our classes went last term and consider what changes we can make to improve our teaching for the upcoming term. 1,349 more words

Higher Education


Subject: Stop Stealing. (I got this in my inbox the other day – subscriber of Marie Forleo here.)

I felt somewhat defensive instinctively, to be honest, which is sort of embarrassing for me to admit. 203 more words


I have been pretty demotivated recently. I know what my goals are, but I just felt… dead? Too lazy to complete them.

But then I came across this from “Are You Fully Charged” by Tom Rath: 140 more words