With this bundle, collect all three editions of Adam J. Kurtz's 1 Page at a Time, including the original yellow, as well as the newly released red and blue covers. 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion is a journal, scrapbook & anything else. It's whatever you say it is. Slowly fill the book and by the time it's done, you'll have a perfect keepsake of the year you made it through. Every day is a chance to create something new for yourself. Put down your phone and pick up a pencil. Give yourself some space. The Internet will still be there. Start with one page at a time, and you'll be surprised at just how much you can create. Each of the 365 prompts in the book will encourage you to draw, write, list, reflect, and share. This book is your new best friend.
Release on 2007-10-01 | by Mona Gustafson Affinito
The Diary of Your Journey to Restoration and Confidence
Author: Mona Gustafson Affinito
Pubpsher: Author House
Do something! Act on your plan Forgiveness doesn't just happen; it takes preparation The person who gains most from forgiving is the forgiver Patience is a virtue The real courage lies in trying again - and maybe again TO FORGIVE IS TO ACCUSE. REFUSING TO FORGIVE IS LIKE TAKING POISON AND EXPECTING SOMEONE ELSE TO DIE. AS LONG AS YOU CAN'T FORGIVE THEM, THEY ARE IN CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE. THE PERSON WHO GAINS MOST IN FORGIVING IS THE FORGIVER. THE PATH TO FORGIVING MEANS ACCEPTING YOUR OWN DARK SIDE. FORGIVING BECOMES A HABIT. YOU CAN'T TAKE BACK WHAT HAPPENED OR MAKE THINGS JUST AS THEY WERE BEFORE. FORGIVENESS IS A BALANCE OF JUSTICE AND MERCY. DON'T GIVE UP YOUR GOALS, BUT QUESTION YOUR METHODS. VENGEANCE IS A VICIOUS CIRCLE
One Page At A Time is about the author's battle in getting through college with ADHD. This book focuses on techniques and strategies implemented, and struggles and successes experienced, throughout his college years. Phill gives us insight into the simple changes that enabled him to gain a new understanding of his capabilities both in and out of the classroom. In a direct and enjoyable style, the book focuses on major issues such as procrastination, organization, choosing classes, study routines, medications, professors, and many others. One Page At A Time is written for people with ADHD who are in college or are planning to further their education in any way. However, it holds valuable advice for anyone with ADHD. It speaks to its audience with truth and honesty. You can read this book from cover-to-cover, or you can flip through sections at a leisurely pace. The goal of the author is to pass on the techniques and skills that he has learned. Take one thing at a time and apply it to your life. Make one change at a time and see where it takes you.
This weird and wonderful book offers perspective, hope, and perhaps the best advice of all -- your own. (Plus a bit of existential humor because why not.) This is not a journal you fill out in order. Flip to a random page and leave your mark. When you land on the same page days or weeks later, add a little more. Watch yourself change and grow with each visit as you record and reflect on the fleeting but amazing moments of everyday life.
Release on 1998-02-28 | by Fillia Makedon,Samuel A. Rebelsky
Enabling Technologies and Authoring Issues
Author: Fillia Makedon,Samuel A. Rebelsky
Pubpsher: Springer Science & Business Media
Electronic Multimedia Publishing brings together in one place important contributions and up-to-date research results in this fast moving area. Electronic Mulitmedia Publishing serves as an excellent reference, providing insight into some of the most challenging research issues in the field.
Insights and inspiration for anyone who makes art (or anything else) From the creative mind and heart of designer Adam J. Kurtz comes this upbeat rallying cry for creators of all stripes. Expanding on a series of popular essays, this handwritten and heartfelt book shares wisdom and empathy from one working artist to others. Perforated tear-and-share pages make it easy to display themost crucial reminders or to pass a bit of advice on to someone who needs it. As wry and cheeky as it is empathic and empowering, this deceptively simple, vibrantly full-color book will be a touchstone for writers, artists, entrepreneurs, and anyone else who wants to be more creative--even when it would be easier to give up and act normal.
John Walkenbach comments on the new Excel: "I've been using Excel for over 15 years, and Excel 2007 is by far the most significant upgrade ever. For starters, we've got a new user interface, new open file formats, a larger worksheet grid, better use of memory and CPUs, new functions, and more templates. Dig a bit deeper and you'll find worksheet tables, 100 levels of undo, easier formula construction, better-looking charts, unlimited color choices, SmartArt, a handy page layout view, new conditional formatting options, new collaboration features, a very useful compatibility checker, workbook themes—and even 'skins' so you can change the look of the entire program." John Walkenbach's Favorite Excel 2007 Tips & Tricks consists of a series of non-trivial tips and tricks that cover all aspects of Excel. Tips are improved ways of maximizing the power of Excel to create robust applications. Tricks are shortcuts that will speed up application development with Excel. John's favorites include tips and tricks on dealing with function arguments, creating "impossible" charts, pivot tables, taming the new Ribbon, why use a UserForm, how to create add-ins in Excel 2007, absolute vs. relative references, changing data entry orientation, overcoming the 7-level nesting limit, dynamic chart data, sorting on more than three columns, entering fake data for testing purposes, custom functions, and much more.
Release on 2020-02-27 | by Hermetic Order of the Phoenix School of Metaphysics DWClearyIV
Author: Hermetic Order of the Phoenix School of Metaphysics DWClearyIV
What would you say to your 19-year-old self if you knew that the entirety of your life, its course, and your success, could have been yours had you chosen to do a few simple daily things? Do you believe in the power of prayer, or magic, that you might literally be a child of God? Secret #1: Your relationship With Good & Evil...? Is a wrathful and judging God, Good? Is acting on hate, Evil? It�s not for us to Judge except what�s helpful and what�s hurtful.