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By My Morning Jacket
With a few studio albums under their belt MMJ are continuing to hewn their craft and tighten their focus. Circuital swells with echoing vocals across a beautiful collection of rock anthems and ballads. This joy-inducing album is worth multiple listens.
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Danielles D.E.F.s of Fashion!MAXIMIZEYO
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D. Denim RewindThe classic denim jacket is back. Its now updated and more extreme. Make it really, really dark, or really, really worn, but whatever you do... make it fitted! Pair it with skinny black jeans or a long maxi skirtfor an upbeat casual look.
E. The EarringEarrings have become little pieces of genuine art. They can make your entire fashion statement bold and complete. The earrings at top are a very intricate crochet! They can be crazy, versatile, linear, big,or small; but never understated!
F. Fur ForeverFur shows up every year for a reason. It looks great and can make you feel instantly chic! Vests of real fur or faux fur are back again this year. The longer belted vest is a new silhouette and the shorter full vest makes you look instantly taller when paired with skinny jeans, tall boots, and a long sleeve tee. Fur trimmed accessories, such as boots and handbags are a fun way to add rich texture to your personal style.
Let me begin by saying, Ive spent a lot of time in classrooms, both as a student and as a teacher (sometimes both simultaneously!), and I love to learn new things. I am a big fan of formal educationIm one of those people who cried at the end of every grade school year, knowing I could never love my next years teacher as well as this years. Call me crazy, but Ill even admit that I loved high school. Dont even get me started on my college and graduate school experiences. Even if you are not as big a fan of school as I was, I bet you remember the important teachers in your life, the ones who taught you something you valued, lessons that made a lasting difference in your life. Gifted teachers know how to snag us with their crafty and creative invitations to learn. They often get us up and moving and present new topics in ways that connect to our personal experiences in life. Great teachers know that its easiest to learn from someone who cares, so they work to make us feel important and special. Good teaching can feel just like magic.
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Dina Emser is an author, speaker, and corporate leadership coach who works with companies of all sizes from Fortune 100 to small businesses to train and coach key employees on how to raise good team members. A recovering elementary and middle school principal and mother of two successful children, Dina brings humor and grace as she guides her clients to become better leaders at work and at home. www.dinaemser.com
Maybe your magic moments didnt happen in school. You may think of your own life as your personal university, and include all of the places youve gone and experiences youve had that have taught you the skills you need to survive and thrive. Lifelong learning, signing on to be a perpetual pupil, is incredibly important if you want to ensure your continued success and long-term happiness. And yet, you may also feel resistance to reading one more set of online instructions and exhaustion from so much striving to keep up with the latest and greatest. Seriously, dont you get fed up sometimes with learning yet another life lesson? Would it not be great to arriveto finally get it all figured out and be done with it? And theres the rub. I am finally getting to the point where I have figured out that there is no figuring it out. Just when you think you understand the system, the system changes. Who was the wise guy who said, The only constant is change? You might guess that this adage is a reflection of our current societys speed of change when in fact, it is attributed to Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, circa 500 BC. So regardless of your willingness to embrace change, you must at least acknowledge it. Navigating change promotes learning and growth. You may not love it, but you must do it. Otherwise, whats the alternative? Not so pretty. If youre not growing, youre dying. A more modern sage, Isaac Asimov said, It is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be. Heres to the future, Perpetual Pupils. Take in this world as we know it and fasten your seat belts. Lets commit to living life and soaking up all there is to learn.
Good teaching can feel just like MaGic.
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