Levanger – Elvestien

Originally posted on See Norway – Se Norge:
Levanger kommuner ligger et stykke nord for Trondheim, og her bor det idag ca 13 000 mennesker. Dette er dog ikke på noen måte en dekkende reportasje for Levanger, men kun ment som en liten ‘smaksprøve’ fra distriktet.  Med litt flaks og god vilje skal vi kanskje…

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Tuesday Chatter 69

While we’re having coffee, let’s take the time to chat about 1969. Sit down and put your feet up for a spell because this is going to be one of those chats. Let’s begin with those famous words “That’s one step for man, one giant leap for mankind” that marks the Apollo II mission by […]

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Your Essential ‘How-to’ Guide to Choosing Article Titles

Originally posted on MARCOMMUNIQUE:
This article has been republished from the Impact on Social Sciences blog. One of the key tasks for an article author who wants to be cited is to quickly persuade people to click on the title of their piece and learn more from the abstract or book outline and then from…

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Why we hate to change our minds

Originally posted on ADD . . . and-so-much-more:
The Greater our Investment The greater the likelihood we will hold on to ideas that don’t serve us © Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC Foundational Concept of the Intentionality Series Opinions vs. Facts Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong.  Presented with conflicting information, accepting…

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Be True to Steadfastness

“Today’s mighty oak is yesterday’s nut, that held its ground.” – Rosa Parks An illusional gleeful existence with little or no resistance to display rigidity of persistence stifles our ability to abound clutch that front-page moment and firmly stand your ground expressions of wisdom freed brings life to maturing seeds -Eugenia   The Writer’s Quote Challenge […]

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Hugely Inconclusive

Woes unfolding in gigantic proportions Witless feelings in a knackered world Summoning a marvel of resolution Blurring the magical lens for conclusion -Eugenia   This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word gigantic. Please drop by and join the fun at Patricia’s Place gigantic […]

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Fuzzy Red

Originally posted on See Norway – Se Norge:
Ja, det gjelder altså en solnedgang som passerte over oss i går kveld. Men denne gangen var strukturen i skyene svært uvanlig og ‘ullen’; noe mitt kamera nektet å fokusere på! Så får det bare bli som det blir, men fargene fikk jeg bevart! Yes, it’s all…

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Tuesday Chatter 68

While we’re having coffee, let’s reminisce about the year 1968. Have a seat because this is going to be one of those chats. To begin, 1968 was a year of protests. The protests of 1968 were a worldwide escalation of social conflicts mostly characterized by rebellions against the military and bureaucratic elites. 1968 was a […]

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Norwegian Wood

Originally posted on See Norway – Se Norge:
I 1965 slapp rocke-gruppen The Beatles melodien ved navn ‘Norwegian Wood’ og den har siden blitt like udødelig som naturen i de norske skoger!  Derfor anser jeg navnet på dette innlegget som svært passende når jeg viser dere en rekke vinterbilder fra skogene i mitt nærområde. In…

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Little by Little

“I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.” Helen Keller For fear that we fail at mastering the task Let us not hurriedly strive to complete Adept are we halting a yen to compete Even a token […]

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