"When you travel with your children you are giving them something that can never be taken away... experience, exposure and a way of life. - Pamela T. Chandler
Traveling with intention means so much to me. My intention is for my children to experience life lessons they will never learn in a classroom. Something that changes their heart ❤️ and leaves them exposed to the good and hard lessons of life. We want to turn a blind eye to the hardships of the many people and animals around the world. But isn't this exactly what we need to look at? What are children need to change the world?
So where do we start? Perhaps it's feeding a stray dog along the street. Or maybe it's not going on that Dolphin adventure, swimming with a mother's baby who was taken into captivity away from her. It's taking a walk down the street and trying the local foods made by the local family. Buying the local crafts that are set out on the street by kids who hand painted them. Booking the fishing guide that works so hard to provide for his family.
This is it. Intentionally seeking out lessons to further educate your child's heart mind and soul.
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"WOD" HeySIS ‼️ Was another huge Success. These Women were #Embraced#Encouraged#Educated and #Empowered. Words can't express the #GLORY OF #GOD that was in the house, lives were Impacted and CHANGED at the same time. Our Sister Petrissa Spears brought a DYNAMIC WORD that had us in tears and joy and not only that it caused a #BREAKOUT#ANOINTING to be released upon us. Look, I can't make this stuff up you have to be there in order to experience what I'm conveying. So mark your calendar for the next meeting on MARCH 16,2019 at 10a.m.. Tell a friend, tell a Sister, tell whoever you want, but I promise you that you don't want to miss out on the NEXT ‼️... HeySIS ‼️ ROLL CALL 🙋😁🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🤣🤣🤣🤣
Memoirs aren’t really my go-to genre, but between this and #HillbillyElegy (and my next book, Stephanie Land’s #Maid), I’m kind of on a kick. If you haven’t read #Educated yet, run/click to the nearest bookstore. It’s not only a fascinating documentation of a unique life story, but an exploration of memory and education and how our ideas of ourselves come to be. I read it in 24 hours, it was so propulsive.
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There are quite a few CTE classes you can take in high school. Here are some: architecture and construction, business management and administration, finance, health science, public safety and manufacturing, plus so much more! There’s always options, so you can find one that you’re interested in! #CareerTech@arcareered#cte#careertechclass#education#educated
Oh. My. God. .
This black salt (which by the way is pink) Is one of the best purchases that @paulanicolelazo
and I have made in a while. It tastes identical to eggs. No exaggeration. I honestly think that I prefer tofu-egg with this black salt for breakfast sammies over using JUST vegan-egg. I know, bold statement. I'll keep my omelettes with JUST, but honestly tofu + black salt and a dash of pepper is closer in flavor to eggs than JUST is, in my opinion.
Me: let’s try to make a vegan protein bar. ...searches for recipe... follows it to a tee- then decides to go rogue and add a couple of additional ingredients. The picture does not do them justice- they taste great though! #veganlife#healthylifestyle#educated#vegan#educateyourself#vegansnacks#veganshare#veganlifestyle#veganlife#tryit#veganuary#veganuary2019 2 cups oats mixed with 4 scoops Vega protein powder. On low heat I mixed 1 cup peanut butter, 1/2 molasses and 1/2 cup agave nectar. I added that to my dry mix, added 1/2 cup coconut flakes, 1/2 cup chopped almonds and 1 cup chopped walnuts. Mixed together and added almond milk to increase the moisture. I then pressed into a mold. While they do fall apart easily- they taste great and were under 10 minutes to make.
Not easy to read especially I never experienced what she was going through. A lot of questions on my mind after reading this book but I am so glad she found her way out. The ending was a little bit weak but again.. she is a survivor and her journey isn’t over yet..
I started WEEK 6 of my virtual bootcamp/step class yesterday and I am amazed at how much my body has changed in such a short period of time (and while only working out 20 minutes a day and eating healthy meals)! 💪🏼😍
As hard as I am being pushed during these workouts, I wouldn’t change it for a second. I am SOOO much stronger mentally and physically. This program has made such a profound impact on my life that I will be coaching another round starting February 25th! 🎉
If you’ve been watching my stories for the past 6ish weeks and wondering how you can get in on this, NOW is the time. I’ve got a spot waiting for YOU! yes, YOU! 👆🏼
Comment down below or shoot me a DM and then tag your bestie to do it with you!! 🤳🏼💪🏼 #fitnessmotivation#transformationtuesday
And...after I have learned the passing of Michelle McNamara back in 2016- Patton Oswalt's wife ..in 2018, I knew I needed to get this book since I heard so much from it...moving forward now 2019, I am doing a major overhaul in all my books that I need to seriously read 😂😂😂 ...The Book Thief is next...I keep re-reading 10 chapters and then move along to others things...I am so determined this time...as the beginning of this year, this is my 3rd book in my hands. I must say I love how each individual book transport me into many different places without leaving the room. How I have learned so much from the books #educated and #becomingmichelleobama
I keep forgetting the magical moment when my world all around me fades away as I cocoon myself into the books, grasping everything and emerging myself as an expectator watching through a glass window...it is quite a high 😉 ...for me this is my comfort zone. I am not hard to please...just give me a book 😊😊
Black History Fact! The term “dreadlocks” comes from! The term comes from a movement of guerrilla warriors who vowed not to cut their hair until Haile Selassie, a former Emperor of Ethiopia was released from exile after leading the resistance against the Italian invasion. The warriors hair became matted and began to lock over time. Because the warriors hair began to lock in their heads word “dreaded” the term “dreadlocks” came to fruition. Know your history! #rawelegance#educateyourself#houseofrawelegance#rawelegance1#blackhistory#blackhistorymonth#education#stl#educated
Desde que comecei a ler o livro até o terminar dificilmente o larguei. Foi assim que Educated me fez sentir: eu tinha de saber como acabava o relato desta rapariga, nem uma década mais velha que eu, mas com uma vida tão complexa e cheia de feitos tão memoráveis.
Educated descreve os primeiros vinte e tal anos de vida da autora americana; perguntarão vocês como é que alguém tão novo terá tanto (quase 400 páginas!) para contar. Ao contrário do que é esperado duma criança num país desenvolvido, Tara não foi à escola até ter entrado na universidade, aos 17 anos. A família, mórmon, crente no Fim dos Dias e em teorias da conspiração sobre a doutrinação do Governo através da escola e do serviço de saúde, manteve-a longe do resto do mundo até Tara ter seguido os passos dum irmão mais velho rebelde e se ter autoproposto e inscrito na Brigham Young University.
Não vos quero contar muito mais do que as outras sinopses da Internet já contêm, mas deixo-vos uma nota de precaução: este não é um livro fácil, emocionalmente. Tara Westover escreve mesmo muito, muito bem, como se já tivesse uma carreira literária longa, por isso conseguiu prender-me a cada novo parágrafo, mas o que lá está escrito não é bonito. Na infância, adolescência e primeiros anos de idade adulta dela houve muita violência, frustração, mentiras, obstáculos físicos e morais, incompreensão, solidão... É uma daquelas leituras que nos encanta e assombra em simultâneo. A certo ponto, o que mais surpreende deixa de ser o facto de Tara ter chegado a frequentar a universidade, mas sim, contra a vontade de toda a gente que a rodeava, ter alcançado um percurso de sucesso de zero a Harvard em menos de dez anos.
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