August 21, 2019

Where Will You Go, Ricky Jo?

"Where Will You Go, Ricky Jo?" by Tom Murdoch

| Website | Facebook | YouTube | Ricky Jo is an adventurous Chihuahua who hopes to live out his dream of finding new adventures and experiences. Follow Ricky Jo through rhythmic prose across the street and across the globe. This colorful book illustrates the places far and wide Ricky Jo visits before his return.


August 20, 2019

Passive Income: Step-By-Step Guide

"Passive Income: Step-By-Step Guide To Make You Expert In Making Money Online. Don’t Work For Money, Let The Money Work For You" by Mohammad AlSafwani

Use These Powerful Passive Income Secrets To Get Your Passive Income Today. Don't Work For The Money, Let The Money Work For You Imаginе, rаthеr than you wоrking fоr money уоu instead made еvеrу dollar wоrk fоr уоu 40hrs a wееk. Bеttеr ѕtill, imаginе еасh аnd еvеrу dоllаr wоrking for уоu 24/7 i.e. 168hrѕ/wееk. Figuring out the bеѕt wауѕ you can mаkе mоnеу wоrk fоr you is аn imроrtаnt ѕtер оn thе road to wеаlth сrеаtiоn. Passive inсоmе iѕ inсоmе gеnеrаtеd frоm a trаdе оr buѕinеѕѕ, whiсh does not require thе еаrnеr to раrtiсiраtе. It iѕ оftеn investment inсоmе (i.е. income that is not оbtаinеd thrоugh wоrking) but nоt exclusively. The сеntrаl tеnеt оf thiѕ tуре оf income is thаt it can еxресt tо соntinuе whеthеr уоu continue wоrking оr nоt. As уоu nеаr retirement уоu are mоѕt dеfinitеlу ѕееking tо rерlасе еаrnеd inсоmе with раѕѕivе, unеаrnеd inсоmе. Thе secret tо wealth сrеаtiоn earlier оn in lifе iѕ раѕѕivе inсоmе; роѕitivе саѕh-flоw gеnеrаtеd bу аѕѕеtѕ thаt уоu control оr own. Onе of the rеаѕоnѕ people find it diffiсult tо make thе lеар frоm earned inсоmе tо mоrе раѕѕivе ѕоurсеѕ of inсоmе is that the entire еduсаtiоn system iѕ actually pretty muсh dеѕignеd tо tеасh uѕ tо do a jоb аnd hеnсе rеlу lаrgеlу оn еаrnеd income. Thiѕ works fоr governments аѕ thiѕ kind of income gеnеrаtеѕ lаrgе volumes of tаx but will nоt wоrk fоr уоu if уоu'rе focus iѕ оn hоw tо become riсh and wеаlth building. Hоwеvеr, to bесоmе rich аnd create wеаlth уоu will bе rеԛuirеd tо сrоѕѕ the chasm from relying on еаrnеd income оnlу.


August 17, 2019

Breaking the STEM Stereotype

"Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Reaching Girls in Early Childhood" by Amanda Alzena Sullivan 

| Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Men continue to outnumber women in numerous technical STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields such as, engineering and computer science. Prior work demonstrates the importance of introducing girls to STEM content early on, before gender stereotypes are ingrained. However, many parents and teachers are not sure how to do this in a developmentally appropriate and playful way. Breaking the STEM Stereotype: Reaching Girls in Childhood by Dr. Amanda Sullivan, Ph.D. explores the various social, cultural, and psychological reasons behind the persistent gender disparity between men and women in STEM fields. By explaining the powerful role of stereotypes, the media, and experiences with peers and adults during the foundational early childhood years, this book builds the case of early childhood being a critical time in development to reach girls. Breaking the STEM Stereotype is set up in three parts. Part 1 provides the current state of the gender divide in each aspect of STEM and explores why early childhood is a critical time to address this divide. Part 2 explores gender identity development and gender stereotypes as well as the influences of the media, advertising, and adult and peer role models on young children. Finally, Part 3 arms readers with the knowledge they need to dispel gender stereotypes in STEM. It provides suggestions on tools, technologies, and kits that can be used with young girls beginning in pre-kindergarten. It provides materials needed to design effective curricula and activities to engage girls with STEM in playful ways that build on their personal interests.


August 16, 2019

A Psychic Couldn’t See It

"A Psychic Couldn't See It" by Zanna Johns

Even the best psychic occasionally gets things wrong, but Lizzie Chandler's mistake almost lands her six feet under. Lizzie's not one to let a little thing like a murder attempt destroy her new psychic matchmaking business. She puts on her happy face and takes on 24-year-old Myra, her most challenging client yet. Myra’s afraid of men and insists on marrying a senior citizen who doesn’t want sex. Lizzie's a sucker for anyone in need and really wants to help Myra, but she’s a psychic, not a miracle worker. In spite of her best efforts, she has no luck finding Myra her Mr. Right. She begins to wonder if her new client is unmatchable. But Myra is not Lizzie's only problem. She has annoying senior citizens demanding everything from driving lessons to sleuthing tips. She also has a news woman trying hard to discredit her psychic abilities. As if that isn't more than enough, weird things are happening that make Lizzie question her sanity. It’s a lot for the nearly murdered psychic to handle. Is it time to trade her cozy little matchmaking office for a padded cell?