Be careful of reading health books, you might die of a misprint.
Mark Twain (image by fsstudio)Read More
When You run or do other aerobic activities, is fundamental the way You breathe.
Each one of us (either amateur or pro) has it’s own tricks.
In my experience I add: just try to give you a rhythm to follow and and try to concentrate on running instead of breathing.Read More
At Arcamax (http://www.arcamax.com/businessnews/s-845606-464627?source=1930) report that Steve Jobs has been welcomed with a standing ovation at iPad 2 event.I don’t believe that Steve Jobs is someone so dedicated to work that he needs to be present just because is part of his work.Nor I think that Steve is so attached to money to be tehre just because otherwise his company will loose money.What he said is something like “we worked so much for this that I wanted to be here”. And this despite his health.Is something near to natural leadership and is made of a well blended mix between being attached to work, believe in what you do and of course, a little bit of “being at the crenter of spotlight”.I don’t like some things in Apple way, but this appearence is something other companies should be scared of, because of the embedded implications it has, ranging from motivation to money matters.
This post as a comment also at http://www.arcamax.com/businessnews/s-845606-464627#posts
I came through this cartoon from Cagle cartoons (http://www.caglecartoons.com/images/preview/%7Be4e28807-361d-44b2-8681-b42f76405d24%7D.gif) through Geeks are sexy (full article at http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2011/02/12/bad-grades-1960-vs-2010-cartoon)
I think that the good stands between the two situations, because yelling every time at children is not educating them, but also is not educational to protect them when they are wrong.
Today living in a hurry and focusing on work and career and materialism doesn’t help in educating children and make easier to yell at those who, with their actions and judgments, oblige the parents to assume their responsibilities.
Which is the best way to behave as parents? For me is “the old one”, leaving some flexibility in order not to frustrate children. But transmitting to our children some respect for rules and education.
This post as a comment also at http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2011/02/12/bad-grades-1960-vs-2010-cartoonRead More
Francesca Clarke at DIY life (http://www.diylife.com/bloggers/francesca-clarke/) teaches some ways to secure your house against flu.
Among them (in bold my comments):
(full article at http://www.diylife.com/2010/11/25/flu-symptoms-proof-your-home).
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