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Adrienne Amador Oddi Jul 14
Headed to Goodwill for the 3rd time this week.
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Michael Dorka Jul 13
β€œIt’s very hard to design something that you almost do not see because it just seems so obvious, natural and inevitable”
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Ryan Smith Jan 13
Better late than never. Encourage all Coaches to ask: What is the Most Important Thing We need to Focus on? Select ONE for each category. 1. Offense 2. Defense 3. Transition O 4. Transition D
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Radius Athletics Feb 24
Coaches: If you are watching the tonight, remember there is a strong historical correlation between the winner of "Best Film Editing" and "Best Picture." Lesson: It's not about what you add, but what you subtract.
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Mure May 20
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Rebecca May 24
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✧ ℙ𝕒π•₯π•₯π•š π•Šπ•”π•™π•’π•£π•— ✧ Jan 7
I'm coming to the end of my big vacation. I was totally unplugged for the first week, largely unplugged for the next 2+, and now I'm still kinda unplugged but counting down the days until I can get back to work. Good reminder about how much joy comes from my work.
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Cents of Time Jun 3
Everytime you say Yes to something think of it like making a transaction of your time & energy. You only have a limited supply of both each day so use them wisely. Make your No's stronger as well so you have more time/energy to give even better Yes's!
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Cents of Time Jul 1
We are surprised that is not a more popular hashtag. With so popular it goes hand in hand & in our opinion is even more valuable. Minimalism gets a bad rep of being no fun & not having anything. focuses on having less but, making it better
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Dr Shweta Iyengar Apr 27
Before you leave the house..look into the mirror and take one thing off😍😍 Accessories..less is more!!!
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Lindsey Hughey Jan 7
To discern what is truly essential we need space to think, time to look and listen, permission to play, wisdom to sleep, and the discipline to apply highly selective criteria to the choices we make-Greg McKeown
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Ed Hulit Dec 9
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The Buddha's Closet Mar 9
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Franco Impellizzeri Feb 18
Thank you that understood it was not personal but just a scientific debate highlighting some methodological concerns and bias
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EssexYouthDiversion May 6
Your friends should motivate and inspire you. Your circle should be well rounded and supportive. Keep it tight. Quality over quantity.
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Cococo Chocolatiers May 8
Chocolate is a classic giftβ€”a delicious tribute to the nurturing women in your lifeβ€”your mom, your aunts, your step mom, your grandmas, your wife.
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πŸ†Ž Dec 16
Been vibin’ on my 0WN for awhile .. πŸ’―βž•πŸ™πŸΎβ™₯οΈπŸ–€πŸ†Ž
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Zack Lee Feb 2
Just finished watching Rams by Gary Hustwit. Still amazed by how much the click-wheel iPod borrowed heavily from the Braun T3 radio, a product designed in 1943. Goes to show how good design travels far.
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Joe's Food Mar 14
broth. A simple but satisfying . Home made using carrots, leeks, barley, potatoes and very small amounts of .
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Dana Shuhaibar Jun 18
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