Life Lessons from Entrepreneurs Over 50 —

We’ve noticed a trend in entrepreneurship among retired people looking to devote their newfound free time to a hobby business, or to fund their retirement dreams. We spoke to nine store owners about the benefits and challenges to running a business after 50. The consensus? Years of experience—both life and work—create a great foundation for entrepreneurship.

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Nava Rose, TikTok’s DIY Star, Makes Outfits Out of Handbags — Queenie’s Blog , LLC

Vogue.com —- TikTok is largely dominated by trending songs, dance challenges, and overall embracing creativity, but it’s not as well known for its fashion scene. That being said, a stylish community is forming on the app—and Vogue is here to find the most inspiring, and most stylish, creators. This week’s must-follow account is Nava Rose (@the.navarose), a […]

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Is Jeffrey Epstein’s Boss Ghislaine Maxwell Helping Mossad Run Pedophile Rings for Prince Andrew and the Ruling Elite — Aletho News

By Marco de Wit | Laiton Lehti | October 13, 2019 Video introduction to this article. (If the video is deleted by Youtube you can find it also here in Bitchute.) The Epstein Pedoscandal Mossad Timeline shows in detail how Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were working for the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad. Link to […]

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Ode to Tinder — Stella in Dating Land

How a dating app taught me love being single In 2018 I left a man I’d been with for almost fifteen years. He’d cheated on me under particularly nasty circumstances, and I’d had enough. But I didn’t just leave. I strode away, into an uncertain future, with more strength and confidence than I knew I possessed. […]

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I started a new job 3 months ago and I’ve still not seen the office! — Ramblings of a Mistry Man

Starting a new job at the best of times can be nerve-racking. Starting a new job during a global pandemic on the first week the country is put into full lockdown is on another level. I started my new role on the 23rd March – the same day we were all told to stay home […]

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First Tomato Panzanella with Burrata — The Leek & The Carrot

This funny thing is happening with my blog. I keep finding myself overloaded with recipes and underloaded (?) with words. By that I mean, ingredients are pouring out of my fields, inspiration is free flowing, and I have so many tasty things I’m cooking up that I want to share. I want to get them […]

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Seven Habits of a Highly Effective School —

(Based on “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R Covey) A Year In Reflection As we begin Term 3, I reflect on my last 12 months at the College as I began here approximately a year ago. It feels like only yesterday, all the ‘Meet and Greet’ and ‘Welcome functions’ where I had […]

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Using Board Games Effectively for English: Free Board Game Download and Ideas on How to Make Your Own — The Learner’s Nook

Board games are a great way for parents to incorporate English practice into a fun activity. This guide can show you how to use board games effectively. It also includes some free downloadable board games and ideas on how you can make your own.

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Vacation Vibes: Playing Through Animal Crossing – New Horizon’s Summer Update — simpleek

Summer vacations are looking a little different this year. It’s around this time that most people would be jetting off to an exciting country, or hitting the road to spend a weekend at a beach side town. But with the novel coronavirus, everyone the world over has been forced to put the breaks on those […]

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The Blunderful Hobby of Chess — From the Occasional Chair

When someone says “I like chess,” a few hasty generalizations arise, the first being that the person in question must be intelligent, or at least he pretends to be intelligent. The second generalization is that the person is probably a giant nerd, which, honestly—is it even a generalization if it’s true? I’ve had a passing […]

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch — The Almighty Backlog

Look, some days you’ve just got to play a really mad indie game about octopodes and fatherhood, right? Octodad: Dadliest Catch (Android, iOS, PC, PS4 (reviewed), PS Vita, Switch, Xbox One, Wii U) Released Jan 2014 | Developed / Published: Young Horses Meet Octodad. He’s an octopus who, for some reason, chooses to live among […]

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Three Reasons Why Sequels Change Things — PekoeBlaze – the official blog

Well, I thought that I’d talk about sequels today. This is mostly because, after completing a computer game called “Saints Row 2“, I decided to play the fourth game in the series (since I’ve already played the third game). The fourth game is very different in style, structure and even genre (eg: it is a […]

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Summer Loop: The Beach Episode as Existentialist Nightmare — MoeGamer

The idea of existentialism is a concept that a lot of people have been brought into contact with through various forms of media — most notably for us in the gaming sphere, Taro Yoko’s masterpieces in the Nier series. But how much do you really understand about this philosophical concept — and how might it […]

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The Legends of Twitch — Ace Asunder

If you would’ve told me last year that I’d be spending most of my waking hours in 2020 watching other people play video games on the internet, I honestly would’ve called you crazy. “Why in the hell would I want to watch other gamers game when I can spend that time playing video games for […]

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Active Learning Meets Social Distancing — Paul Cook

I still remember my first encounter with WiFi in the classroom. It must have been 2003 or 2004. A guy in the front row of one of my composition classes googled something on his laptop one day in the middle of a discussion. (“To google” had not yet become a recognizable infinitive.) We were debating […]

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Winnie’s Story: Young and Diagnosed — Peachy Keen Collective

On the outside, Winnie H. looks like any 27-year-old woman: beautiful, thin, tan and well put together. She works two jobs, like any other twenty-something, tries to go to the gym as often as possible, has an enormous library on her kindle and is completing a job certification. However, on the inside, she is in […]

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#656 – Sonora — What’s Eric Playing?

Roll and write? A thing of the past in the very fun Sonora, a game that claims to be the first flick-and-write game and tasks players with trying to score points against a multicolored desert backdrop. 8.5 / 10

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What I do when I fail — EDUperk

My favorite quotes on failure is this: “If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” — Ken Robinson I fail at all of that stuff, and it feels just as horrible for me as it does for anyone else. I get down on myself, feel guilty, try to avoid thinking […]

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4 Wellness Steps I’ve Taken Recently — Wisdom & Wellness

I’ve had a couple of really rough days recently. I’ve been waking up on my days off and instantly feel overwhelmed. It feels like there are so many things to do and I have so little time to do them. Not to mention, I’ve gotten poor sleep and I’m still drained from working the day […]

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Joe Castro 07/13/2020 — Next In Line Magazine

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A card carrying member of the National Collage Society, Joe Castro gets around like a rumor. He’s been published by GQ style, Glamour, and The Age of Collage and has designed Vans sneakers, Hidden River Brewery beer can labels, and posters for legends like Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Pavement, and Echo and the […]

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Georgia Diaries ’04- Borjomi & Tbilisi 🍡 — Ocean Girl

Hello World! Welcome, or welcome back to another blog 🙂 How have you all been? What’s new? I just got a new plant I named Tony, and it’s the cutest haha. Also I haven’t been able to write in a while, so I’m extremely thankful for being able to do that again. I’ve also started […]

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Comics, Comics, Comics — GRAPHOMANIA

Three panels from “The City in the Sea,” an adaptation by Richard Corben of the poem by Edgar Allan Poe, from Corben’s collection Spirits of the Dead, Dark Horse Comics, 2019. Hello, patient readers! I thought about writing about… well, any number of things in the political atmosphere at the moment, but they all fill […]

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FREE SHORT STORY! OUT WITH TOYS- Part 1 (A Braden and Elliot Short, from Out on the Serve) — Lane Hayes

Out on the Serve fans, I have a surprise for you! If you’ve read Elliot and Braden’s story, you may recall a scene where they discuss a few…toys (cough, cough). I actually wrote a small passage that didn’t make the final cut. I intended to release it as a “deleted scene”, but then figured it […]

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Book Tour Featuring *Relative Silence* by Carrie Stuart Parks @partnersincr1me #giveaway — I’m All About Books

Relative Silence by Carrie Stuart Parks on Tour July 13 – August 14, 2020 Synopsis: A powerful family with lots of secrets. A forensic artist with his own tragedies. And a hurricane drawing bearing down on their private island. Fifteen years ago Piper Boone’s only child died in a boating accident, and Piper’s almost perfect […]

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Racism in Canada – Continuing the Conversation — Karen deBlieck

I’ve been absent for a few weeks. Nothing quite like a pandemic to take the wind out of your sails. For whatever reason I’m experiencing a lot of social media fatigue…I’m sure there’s others out there. I’m excited to have a guest on my post today: Robbie Nagle I first met him and his […]

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Top 5 Games I Can’t Wait to Play — The Purple CAt

a.k.a why I won’t be available in 2021 So, last year, in a world that hadn’t been ravaged by a pandemic, I worked a lot. Too much honestly. I had a morning and a evening job and I often manipulated my schedule so I was working both jobs seven days a week. Eventually, I realized […]

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SUPERLIMINAL is a Mind Bending Experience on Nintendo Switch | Review — The Gamer With Kids

There are some games that are so far out there, you can’t help but love them. These are games that stray from the norm and test your brain in ways you never imagined. Think of games like PORTAL, Q.U.B.E., and Thomas Was Alone just to name a few. These are games that made you think […]

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Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase July 2020 roundup — My Nintendo News

Today, Nintendo debuted a Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, a video presentation focused on Nintendo Switch games from Nintendo’s development and publishing partners. The video is the first in a series of upcoming Partner Showcase presentations that will be released this year. Highlights of the debut showcase include details about two new games in the popular and […]

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Opinion: July 20 Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase — Slimes With Blogs

Wow, with all these Nintendo related posts you’d think this is a Nintendo blog! In any case, I’ve taken a look at the Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase and I’m not really sure what to think of it. I’ll try to be as unbiased about what I saw as possible while I divulge my thoughts. […]

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