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Nhat Hanh, Thich (2012). A Handful of Quiet Happiness is Four Pebbles. Berkeley: Plum Blossom Books ---submitted by Michele

from Lauren Gaskill Inspires

She Believes and Everything Changes

With two hands, I touched the wall and quickly lifted my head to look at the clock, smiling with delight over what I saw. I’d hit almost a 12-second split and had 18 more glorious seconds before I’d push off to swim my next 25-yard butterfly sprint. But this was the first of 50 laps,Read More

from Funny Quotes

50 One-Sentence Quotes That Will Leave You Speechless

50 One-Sentence Quotes That Will Leave You Speechless | Funny Quotes

10 Picture Books That Inspire Kids to Write -- with short descriptions of how and why. Now I want to read My Map Book!

from Free People Clothing Boutique

Pop That Collar Pullover

Pop That Collar Pullover | So comfy pullover featuring a drapey, relaxed shape. Front zipper closure at the neckline. Sporty front pocket details.



Someone is murdered on the cruise ship you're on. Passengers are told to lock themselves in their cabins and await instructions. The captain speaks from the ships PA system, "The first contestant has fallen. Only 5,132 remain." With that, the doors all click and swing open.

from What Do We Do All Day

Books to Inspire Artistic Creativity

Picture books to inspire artistic creativity in kids. Help your child see art all around them and show them how fun it can be.

"In your waiting place, cling to the hope that God will not leave our stories unfinished or unredeemed."

Pray. Wait. Trust. The first thing we need to do is usually the last thing we do when we’re faced with a problem. Pray! That’s the first thing we need to do. We need to go to God with it first. Then we wait and trust in Him that He hears our prayers and He will answer us. Let this inspirational print be a reminder of that. #pray #wait #trust

from The Mommy View

Empowering Kids: Building Value and Self-Worth

Empowering kids is something that we as parents can really do. By acknowledging and appreciating choices and behavior, we can increase self-worth.