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Education & Knowledge

"By nature all people are alike, but by education become different"
- Author Unknown


If there is one thing worth committing to, its your education. Whether its doing well in school, reading a new book, or learning how a language, taking the time to sharpen your noodle is the wisest investment you can make.


Community Journal

ValueU
19 Feb
I'm off to go hiking for the morning at the Park Reserve with my hubby & dogs - journal in tow as well. Can't wait to be inspired by this beautiful day, Thank you for all of your encouragement!
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T-Terri
19 Feb
Another week of battling Sucker Sam ... kerpewy !
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MagnificentlyHumble
19 Feb
It's going really good.
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srazniew
19 Feb
332 Punkte diese Woche, und 45% flüssig
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gfrois
19 Feb
esqueci de monitorar o estudo no Forest ontem, mas foram pelo menos 6 horas, então semana 6 ok
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HP
19 Feb
Another good week. Introduced new products to a potential new client. The 1-1 took place, received well, follow up next week due to illness. Meeting with the wonderful Nicole on Monday to reconnect and at some stage introduce her to the business.
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alltootrue22
19 Feb
No reading so far.
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awetosprouts
19 Feb
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2015valerie
19 Feb
Yes reading goblets of fire and romances, and mystery lemon pies and little white lies.newlywed dead.
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geomukkath
19 Feb
Not that great , I kind of skip it after Dinner . Have to trick myself to it. I just did it one time this week.
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LoritheChamp
19 Feb
4/5 más dulingo
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marikokiyota
19 Feb
Halfway through my 80/20 Japanese textbook, and feeling much more confident about putting together a reasonable sentence...though, since I've been attending weekly Saturday Japanese class, I've realized it's one thing to write a beautiful sentence and another thing to execute it, in real time with a native speaker. But honestly, I feel no fear speaking Japanese or getting by on what I know so far. Having lived in France and having studied French, I feel as if the humiliation potential has already been capped :P And Japanese people are far more polite and kind about Japanese mistakes. I do make a lot of mistakes here, but internally I collect them to use as fuel for the future. I feel stronger every time I make a mistake and rectify it or get past it, so I can't be too mad at myself when they happen.
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riofab79
19 Feb
Almost 2 down and started one I didnt like so quit reading it!
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Jason99
18 Feb
Do the preaching now and then, and have done part of the A2 test paper.
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awisechoice
18 Feb
Lots of rain in the Valley today. Like tears from the sky mourning the end of vacation. Led to a reflective mood for writing this morning. See you back in the northland!
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