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I don’t make clothes, I wear them.  So I can’t even imagine the difficulty…

I don’t make clothes, I wear them. So I can’t even imagine the difficulty…

Wow! Thanks @fabblogging for this!  And thank you @rm29303 for reminding me of it!  I'm in the process of overhauling my #SocialMediaBootcamp to turn it into an e-book! This is very exciting, but in the meantime, I wanted to offer the existing version to all my faithful and loyal ...

Wow! Thanks @fabblogging for this! And thank you @rm29303 for reminding me of it! I'm in the process of overhauling my #SocialMediaBootcamp to turn it into an e-book! This is very exciting, but in the meantime, I wanted to offer the existing version to all my faithful and loyal ...

Jennifer, from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com, teaches a lesson on French dictations at three levels of difficulty, beginner to advanced. BLOG POST► ht...

Jennifer, from http://www.lovelearninglanguages.com, teaches a lesson on French dictations at three levels of difficulty, beginner to advanced. BLOG POST► ht...

Your brand + how you represent yourself to your audience is crucial to your success and attracting your dreamies. If you're not sure what exactly your brand represents or having difficulty keeping a cohesive thread throughout your marketing efforts, make sure you read this blog post + download our free worksheet and start creating consistency within your brand.

Your brand + how you represent yourself to your audience is crucial to your success and attracting your dreamies. If you're not sure what exactly your brand represents or having difficulty keeping a cohesive thread throughout your marketing efforts, make sure you read this blog post + download our free worksheet and start creating consistency within your brand.

Disclaimer: This is a guest blog post written by Tim Morley for the Kano blog.  Halloween Pumpkin Pi, a father & son Project Project difficulty level: Intermediate Hello all, my name is Tim and I've volunteered to do a little guest blog for Kano. I'm new to writing like this,

Disclaimer: This is a guest blog post written by Tim Morley for the Kano blog. Halloween Pumpkin Pi, a father & son Project Project difficulty level: Intermediate Hello all, my name is Tim and I've volunteered to do a little guest blog for Kano. I'm new to writing like this,

TpT Technical Difficulty Help: Printing, Opening, & Missing Backgrounds | Erica's Ed-Ventures | Bloglovin’

TpT Technical Difficulty Help: Printing, Opening, & Missing Backgrounds | Erica's Ed-Ventures | Bloglovin’

My blog post today is about the importance and difficulty of being sincere in writing. https://thedreambook.wordpress.com/2017/01/15/three-barriers-to-sincerity/

My blog post today is about the importance and difficulty of being sincere in writing. https://thedreambook.wordpress.com/2017/01/15/three-barriers-to-sincerity/

Aspiration Precautions: Navigating the Half-Pike-Triple Lutz With a 3.25 Degree of Difficulty Blog Post

Aspiration Precautions: Navigating the Half-Pike-Triple Lutz With a 3.25 Degree of Difficulty Blog Post

Some youth workers have difficulty making it through the summertime lows. Matt Larkin shares a few ways he pushes through in this blog post.

Some youth workers have difficulty making it through the summertime lows. Matt Larkin shares a few ways he pushes through in this blog post.

My algebra classes have just begun solving equations containing one unknown. As I tell them, we are inquisitive detectives looking for the unknown. My students' difficulty is deciding what stays & what goes. In other words, which term should be cleared by using the inverse operation & which term should stay where it is? Find out how I solve this problem in my newest blog post entitled: Yes or No, Stay or Go?…

My algebra classes have just begun solving equations containing one unknown. As I tell them, we are inquisitive detectives looking for the unknown. My students' difficulty is deciding what stays & what goes. In other words, which term should be cleared by using the inverse operation & which term should stay where it is? Find out how I solve this problem in my newest blog post entitled: Yes or No, Stay or Go?…

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