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Keto Chat: Staying On Track? Struggle With Sweets? Let’s Talk!
What do you struggle with most: stress, sweets, self-sabotage,
traveling, social outings & events, or… ? We’re all different, and we
all came into a keto lifestyle for different reasons, from health
issues to eating disorders, so I’d love to hear how you handle those
SNACK ATTACK moments or that random SWEET TOOTH that sneaks … Continue
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november 2019 by seoexpert
Keto Chat: Staying On Track? Struggle With Sweets? Let’s Talk!
What do you struggle with most: stress, sweets, self-sabotage,
traveling, social outings & events, or… ? We’re all different, and we
all came into a keto lifestyle for different reasons, from health
issues to eating disorders, so I’d love to hear how you handle those
SNACK ATTACK moments or that random SWEET TOOTH that sneaks … Continue
reading  Keto  Chat:  Staying  On  Track?  Struggle  With  Sweets?  Let’s  Talk! 
november 2019 by seoexpert
Keto Chat: Staying On Track? Struggle With Sweets? Let’s Talk!
What do you struggle with most: stress, sweets, self-sabotage,
traveling, social outings & events, or… ? We’re all different, and we
all came into a keto lifestyle for different reasons, from health
issues to eating disorders, so I’d love to hear how you handle those
SNACK ATTACK moments or that random SWEET TOOTH that sneaks … Continue
reading  Keto  Chat:  Staying  On  Track?  Struggle  With  Sweets?  Let’s  Talk! 
november 2019 by seoexpert
Keto Chat: Staying On Track? Struggle With Sweets? Let’s Talk!
What do you struggle with most: stress, sweets, self-sabotage,
traveling, social outings & events, or… ? We’re all different, and we
all came into a keto lifestyle for different reasons, from health
issues to eating disorders, so I’d love to hear how you handle those
SNACK ATTACK moments or that random SWEET TOOTH that sneaks … Continue
reading  Keto  Chat:  Staying  On  Track?  Struggle  With  Sweets?  Let’s  Talk! 
november 2019 by seoexpert
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RT : Don't give up the struggle; it is the struggle that builds your strength.

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august 2019 by dtomoff
Why Normalizing Struggle Can Create a Better Math Experience for Kids | MindShift | KQED News
"Math educator Dan Finkel grew up doing math with ease and completed calculus as a freshman in high school. But it wasn't until he went to math summer camp and learned how to think like a mathematician that he truly fell in love with math. It helps to have a positive relationship with math because when people are uncomfortable with it they are susceptible to manipulation. (Think of predatory lending interest rates, convenient statistics to support a thin argument, graphs that misrepresent the truth.)

“When we’re not comfortable with math, we don't question the authority of numbers,” said Finkel in his TEDx Talk, “Five ways to share math with kids.”

He is also a founder of Math for Love which provides professional development, curriculum and math games. He says math can be alienating for kids, but if they had more opportunities for mathematical thinking, they could have a deeper, more connected understanding of their world.

A more typical math class is about finding the answers, but Finkel says to consider starting with a question and opening up a line of inquiry. For example, he might show a display of numbered circles and ask students, "What's going on with the colors?"

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He says it’s important to give people time to work through their thinking and to struggle. Not only do people learn through struggle, but puzzling through a tricky math problem resets expectations about how much time a math problem takes.

“It’s not uncommon for students to graduate from high school believing that every math problem can be solved in 30 seconds or less. And if they don’t know the answer, they're just not a math person. This is a failure of education," Finkel said.

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He also said parents or educators can support a child when she is struggling through a problem by framing it as an adventure to be worked through together.

"Teach them that not knowing is not failure. It’s the first step to understanding." "
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may 2019 by robertogreco
Emilia Clarke, of “Game of Thrones,” on Surviving Two Life-Threatening Aneurysms

But I kept at it. In school productions, I played Anita in “West Side Story,” Abigail in “The Crucible,” one of the witches in “Macbeth,” Viola in “Twelfth Night.” After secondary school, I took a gap year, during which I worked as a waitress and went backpacking in Asia. Then I started classes at the Drama Centre London to pursue my B.A. As fledgling actors, we studied everything from “The Cherry Orchard” to “The Wire.” I didn’t get the ingénue parts. Those went to the tall, willowy, impossibly blond girls. I got cast as a Jewish mother in “Awake and Sing!” You should hear my Bronx accent.

In those days, I thought of myself as healthy. Sometimes I got a little light-headed, because I often had low blood pressure and a low heart rate. Once in a while, I’d get dizzy and pass out. When I was fourteen, I had a migraine that kept me in bed for a couple of days, and in drama school I’d collapse once in a while. But it all seemed manageable, part of the stress of being an actor and of life in general. Now I think that I might have been experiencing warning signs of what was to come.

I could hardly catch my breath. I went back to the hotel, where some people invited me to a party on the roof. “I think I’m good!” I told them. Instead, I went to my room, ate Oreos, watched “Friends,” and called everyone I knew.

The “Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss have said that Daenerys Targaryen is a blend of Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Lawrence of Arabia.
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april 2019 by aries1988

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