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Recycling Brilliance

The last days of our school year are busy. Crazy busy. I wanted to build in opportunities for creativity and non-traditional thinking while still addressing standards, so I introduced the Recycled Invention Project. 258 more words

Student Work

Learn to relax and escape the big city lifestyle

Living in the city can be tough.

I live in London, one of the biggest cities in the world, and every day I see people looking stressed, tired and irritated. 896 more words

10,000 hours, focused on what matters, expertise, part 2...

This post is a long time coming, in fact, the ideas I’m about to write down have been in my head so long, I take them for granted. 1,305 more words


What to read on Memorial Day

I am not above admitting that I love a good barbecue on Memorial Day and for most Americans it signals the start of summer. There is something quintessentially American about gathering in the backyard or at a park, along with six-tons of picnic and barbecue equipment, food to feed 10x the number of people expected- no matter if it’s six or sixty, a combination that almost guarantees cleanup may take longer than the event itself. 1,078 more words

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Contrib.com ... Timeworthy Contributing

The Contrib.com Network is a Network that reward and pays specialized service professionals for their time experience and

even their expert advice. Contrib.com actually revolutionizes the may marketing professionals can gain new client projects and stay on top of their workflow. 115 more words

Good Business Practises

Trash: A big problem you rarely see.

Managing solid waste (trash) is a challenge for any civilization, and it’s one of the easiest places that we as individuals can make a difference. Everyone has heard the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra and by practicing it thoroughly most individuals can reduce their personal garbage production. 800 more words


Fears about Coming Home

I’ve clung to the lyrics of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Homeward Bound”, “My Little Town”, and Adele’s “Hometown Glory”, each time reciting the words with different levels of excitement. 933 more words

Adventures Around London