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Cyber Monday 20172


The Oatmeal Cyber Monday Sale Use discount code CYBER25 and get 25% off your entire order Exploding Kittens - Party Pack Edition A new expanded version that supports up to ten players. It also plays party music, in case that's your thing. This product is not available on Amazon! Normally $30.00 HOLIDAY PRICE: $22.50 View Party Pack Source: http://theoatmeal.com/blog/black_friday2017

Losing and being outscored


Legendary coach John Wooden was famous for reminding his players – “You can lose when you outscore somebody in a game, and you can win when you’re outscored.” The difference between losing and being outscored lies in the effort you put in. If you’ve given it your very best shot, you can never lose. You may still be outscored – but that’s very different from losing. Share this: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Like this: Like Loading... Related https://alearningaday.com/2017/11/10/losing-and-being-outscored/

Reaching people on the internet36


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Meditation


I’ve been meditating every day for ten to fifteen minutes for the last couple weeks. I am not using any technology, just old fashioned sitting and breathing. My friend and former partner Jerry introduced me to a teacher who gave me the basics and I’ve been doing it every morning right after I wake up and before I write. I like the addition to my morning routine. It’s very peaceful that time of the day and it’s a nice bridge between night and day. I’m hoping for a bunch of benefits; lower stress, more presence in my personal interactions, lower blood pressure, and a healthier approach to life. That’s a lot of asks from sitting and breathing for ten to fifteen minutes a day but I’m told it’s all there for me if I commit to the practice and keep it up. I’m very much a creature of habit and so I’m pretty sure I can do that. And it might improve my writing too. That would be a win for all of us. http://avc.com/2017/11/meditation/

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I’ve been meditating every day for ten to fifteen minutes for the last couple weeks. I am not using any technology, just old fashioned sitting and breathing. My friend and former partner Jerry introduced me to a teacher who gave me the basics and I’ve been doing it every morning right after I wake up and before I write. I like the addition to my morning routine. It’s very peaceful that time of the day and it’s a nice bridge between night and day. I’m hoping for a bunch of benefits; lower stress, more presence in my personal interactions, lower blood pressure, and a healthier approach to life. That’s a lot of asks from sitting and breathing for ten to fifteen minutes a day but I’m told it’s all there for me if I commit to the practice and keep it up. I’m very much a creature of habit and so I’m pretty sure I can do that. And it might improve my writing too. That would be a win for all of us. http://avc.com/2017/11/meditation/