The Positively Awesome Journal

Everyday encouragement for self-care and mental wellbeing

Author: Stacie Swift

Publisher: Pavilion

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 176

View: 682

A gorgeous journal packed with uplifting mottos to start the week and ways to bring belief and confidence in yourself and your abilities. You Are Positively Awesome: The Journal brings a positively awesome attitude into your everyday life. In this journal, illustrator and mum-of-three Stacie Swift brings her refreshingly honest and down-to-earth attitude to positivity, self-care and metal wellbeing to the page – so you can enjoy a little bit of awesome every day. Stacie gives tips on how to feel good all year round, suggesting ways to unplug and enjoy the natural world throughout the seasons. Whether you need a little doodle or phrase to make you smile, manageable self-care tips, or space to create your own list of ‘Everyday Awesome Things’, this journal combines Stacie’s signature bright and colourful illustrations with relatable and useful messages that can be useful for all of us at any time – even when we’re feeling at our most drab and grey. There is space for you to fill out your own experiences, and zingy pie charts and bullet points so you can record the small things that can bring a smile on a rainy day. A gorgeous journal packed with uplifting mottos to start the week and ways to bring belief and confidence in yourself and your abilities. With Stacie we learn that it’s okay to say no, and how to enjoy the awesome things to bring joy into your life, whether it’s naps, rainbow spotting, love notes or small acts of kindness for others.

God Thinks You're Positively Awesome

Discover Your True Beauty-- Inside and Out!

Author: Andrea Stephens

Publisher: Vine Books

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 211

View: 449

Encourages teenage girls to see themselves as unique creations of God, recognizing and rejecting superficial images of beauty, and offers practical advice on grooming, diet, and developing one's talents.

Cracking The Toddler Code

Author: Dr Langham

Publisher: Hannah Burnett

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 273

View: 938

If you know how to speak your toddler’s language, you will discover a whole new child, and reap the benefits of a well behaved, loving toddler who LISTENS (not to mention you’ll enjoy stress free parenthood). Cracking The Toddler Code- Written by Hannah Jackson, author with 15 years' experience with young children, and Dr Langham- Child behavior expert and child psychologist. Parenting shouldn't be so difficult! No parent should ever feel so overwhelmed, mentally stressed and physically exhausted. Unfortunately, it's all too common to feel so under pressure these days. Cracking The Toddler Code was designed to cover all aspects of parenting, and answering all the big questions on every parent’s mind. This essential guide will show you how to overcome challenges with ease, so that you have the happiest toddler, all the while finding parenting so rewarding and EASY. Here is what you can expect to uncover in Cracking The Toddler Code: Chapter one: Tantrums. Understand what causes them, how to cope with them, and even better- how to PREVENT them from occurring (even those embarrassing ones in the grocery store!). Chapter two: Positive discipline and communicating with your toddler. Understand how to practice "Positive Parenting" and what the negative consequences are from "discipline". Learn how you can effectively communicate with your toddler, and how to build your toddler's self esteem. Chapter three: Sleep routines. In this chapter, we go into detail about establishing healthy routines for a great night's sleep. You will also know what to do with a toddler that just won't nap, and what to do when your wee one just won't stay in bed! Chapter four: Potty training. Is your little one ready for potty training? Thus chapter will tell you the signs to look for. You will also uncover some very important tips to make potty training easy, how to deal with accidents, and what to do if there is a potty training regression. Chapter five: Learning and developing. This chapter goes deep in the mind of your toddler. Here you will discover ways to help your child's brain grow and develop, and how to help them build on their skills and personality. Chapter six: Strengthening the relationship. It is so important to have a healthy relationship with your toddler. We will show you exactly how to do that, and how you can help your toddler to safely explore the world. Chapter seven: Dealing with transitions. Life events such as starting daycare or a new arrival to the family can have a strong effect on children. Discover how you can help them through any changes in life with ease. Cracking The Toddler Code takes the stress out of parenting. You will feel confident as a parent, and better yet see some amazing and positive changes in your toddler almost immediately. Stress free parenthood awaits you, so don’t delay, take your copy right now!

Imagine This

Author: Rev Colin Stitt

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 232

View: 559

For decades, or maybe centuries, the Church has ignored some of the most crucial truths found in God's word. The author has been shown these truths over a long period of time, resulting in an incredible transformation of his life. For any person who is serious about his/her walk with Christ, these truths are absolutely essential in order to grow in grace and the knowledge of the truth. The author's lament is, 'If only I had been taught these truths decades ago, I may well have enjoyed life to the fullest, and experienced the joy of His salvation many years ago.' Sadly he is close to his life's expected time span and will not have the time to enjoy such a life for very long. But his desire is that many people who believe they are Christians will read this book with hungry, open hearts, ready to hear from God, accept the truth, be set free, and experience the joy of His salvation far earlier in life than the author. The United States of America is spiritually sick, in desperate need of healing. The author offers some very wise advice to the Church in America which would change the direction of this nation if accepted and applied to the lives of those who profess to know Christ. The teaching found in this book is not the author's opinion, but rather the exposition of scripture in a clear and concise manner. He believes that his doctrinal stance, ideology or opinions are worth nothing, so he simply and clearly brings to light the teaching of God's word, much of which has been ignored for far too long.

Transgression in Games and Play

Author: Kristine Jorgensen

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN:

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 328

View: 138

Contributors from a range of disciplines explore boundary-crossing in videogames, examining both transgressive game content and transgressive player actions. Video gameplay can include transgressive play practices in which players act in ways meant to annoy, punish, or harass other players. Videogames themselves can include transgressive or upsetting content, including excessive violence. Such boundary-crossing in videogames belies the general idea that play and games are fun and non-serious, with little consequence outside the world of the game. In this book, contributors from a range of disciplines explore transgression in video games, examining both game content and player actions. The contributors consider the concept of transgression in games and play, drawing on discourses in sociology, philosophy, media studies, and game studies; offer case studies of transgressive play, considering, among other things, how gameplay practices can be at once playful and violations of social etiquette; investigate players' emotional responses to game content and play practices; examine the aesthetics of transgression, focusing on the ways that game design can be used for transgressive purposes; and discuss transgressive gameplay in a societal context. By emphasizing actual player experience, the book offers a contextual understanding of content and practices usually framed as simply problematic. Contributors Fraser Allison, Kristian A. Bjørkelo, Kelly Boudreau, Marcus Carter, Mia Consalvo, Rhys Jones, Kristine Jørgensen, Faltin Karlsen, Tomasz Z. Majkowski, Alan Meades, Torill Elvira Mortensen, Víctor Navarro-Remesal, Holger Pötzsch, John R. Sageng, Tanja Sihvonen, Jaakko Stenros, Ragnhild Tronstad, Hanna Wirman

Moose Willow Mystery

A Yooper Romance

Author: Terri Martin

Publisher: Loving Healing Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 283

View: 185

A suspicious death in a game processing meat locker is just the beginning of bizarre events happening in the Upper Michigan village of Moose Willow. It all starts when a mysterious woman appears at the Methodist church during choir practice. Janese Trout and her best friend, State Trooper Bertie Vaara, team up to connect the woman to a growing number of disturbing occurrences around town including the disappearance of Janese's eccentric lover, George LeFleur, and an undeniable increase in Bigfoot sightings. Meanwhile, Janese faces a multitude of personal challenges as she grapples with a sagging career at the Copper County Community College, an elusive pregnancy test, and a controlling mother who inserts herself into every hiding place of Janese's life. "'Moose Willow Mystery, by Terri Martin, lets cozy mystery fans know they are about to experience something wildly different with edgy characters, a big dose of humor, and an insider's look at America's best-kept secret the mysterious Upper Peninsula of Michigan." -- Carolyn Howard-Johnson, award-winning writer of fiction, poetry, and the HowToDoItFrugally Series of books for writers "Terri Martin manages to present the ordinary, the bizarre (of which there is a steady stream), and even the violent in a way that will open a hilarious glimpse into the world of a small town. With brilliant characterization, she takes the reader on a wild ride of murder and mayhem, so let me warn you. Don't start reading until you have the time to keep going. -- Bob Rich, PhD, author of Sleeper, Awake!" Take a mini-vacation and read this delightful mystery! Laugh away the problems of the world (and cry a few times) along with the remarkable, talented characters in Moose Willow Mystery. A refreshing whodunit with plenty of mystery to keep the reader unable to put the book down." -- Carolyn Wilhelm, M.A., Midwest Book Review Learn more at www.TerriLynnMartin.com Read less

You Shall See His Glory in the Morning!

Author: James Brown

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 338

View: 741

Brown, a minister in the Church of Scotland for 35 years, clarifies and simplifies the faith delivered to the saints. In these days of confusion and uncertainty in the world, he reminds the Church that its redemption draws near. (Christian)

If Not Us, Who?

William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement

Author: David B. Frisk

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 528

View: 862

If Not Us, Who? is both the story of an architect of the modern conservative movement and a colorful journey through a half century of high-level politics. Best known as the longtime publisher of National Review, William Rusher (1923–2011) was more than just a crucial figure in the history of the Right’s leading magazine. He was a political intellectual, tactician, and strategist who helped shape the historic rise of conservatism. To write If Not Us, Who?, David B. Frisk pored over Rusher’s voluminous papers at the Library of Congress and interviewed dozens of insiders, including National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr., in addition to Rusher himself. The result is a gripping biography that shines new light on Rusher’s significance as an observer and an activiast while bringing to life more than a generation’s worth of political hopes, fears, and controversies. Frisk vividly captures the joys and struggles at National Review, including Rusher’s complex relationship with the legendary Buckley. Here we see the powerful blend of wit, erudition, dedication, shrewdness, and earnestness that made Rusher an influential figure at NR and an indispensable link between conservatism’s leading theorists and its political practitioners. “If not us, who? If not now, when?”—a maxim often attributed to Ronald Reagan—could have been Rusher’s motto. In everything he did—publishing National Review, recruiting and advising political candidates, organizing cadres of young conservatives, taking on liberal advocates in a popular television debate program, writing a syndicated column—his objective was to build a movement. His tireless efforts proved essential to conservatism’s ascendancy, from the pivotal Goldwater campaign through the Reagan era. Largely unexamined until now, Rusher’s career opens a new window onto the history of the conservative movement. This comprehensive biography reintroduces readers to a remarkable man of thought and action.