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url 2016-03-09 09:20
www.yourtango.com/2016285982/women-need-more-sleep-than-men-says-science

I KNEW it!! Screw you people who helped in damaging my sonal-dependant needs as a woman? You out there that have waked me with various proven harmful tools of mass arousal (and not the good kind). You are against our basic female human rights and I for one won't stand (or stay asleep) for it any more (than my newly prescribed daily allotted time). Which candidate will wake up, stand up, and be our champion this polling season?

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review 2014-06-15 18:05
I feel like I should get a cookie, or something.
The Fiery Cross - Diana Gabaldon

 I mean dang. I finally finished this book. I quit reading book 3 a few months ago, but I got so excited after more Outlander TV Show stuff came up that I decided to give the series another go. We know I loved book one. It's on my faves shelf. But book three was hard and I had to flounce and then go crawling back to it. Now, book 5 is done and I only have 3 more to go... oh, wait, there'll be a book 9.

 

So, all that said, I didn't really like this book that much. It was pretty much just eleventy billion pages of life on the mountain. How she made things. What they did to make things. Like a "IF you're ever caught in the past, here's how to..." book. I'm pretty sure I could survive in the 1700s now thanks to this tutorial.

 

It took me like 2 weeks to read this book. Normally I read a book in 1 or 2 days. Bah. I can't stop though. I am going to see this through.

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review 2013-09-27 00:00
Set Your Boundaries: 7 Easy Ways to Say No To Difficult People
Set Your Boundaries: 7 Easy Ways to Say ... Set Your Boundaries: 7 Easy Ways to Say No To Difficult People - Stephanie Sterner Although very short, this is an excellent book with good advice for people like me who find it very hard to say no to more assertive and/or aggressive personalities. Well-written, easy to read and understand, it packed a real punch. Dynamite, they say, comes in small packages and this little book proved that old adage! One small complaint is that I would have liked the last chapter "Final Words" to just refresh my memory of the techniques needed to learn how to say NO without feeling guilty or bullied. Contains sound, sensible advice which I feel I can cope with and learn to implement in my life at my own pace.
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review 2013-03-03 00:00
Sneetches are Sneetches: Learn About Same and Different
Sneetches are Sneetches: Learn About Same and Different - Dr. Seuss Fantastic book for kids! So imaginative and creative. Easy read that children will find delightful!

Dr. Seuss is always brilliant! His stories and rhymes are fun and entertaining! Some of my all time favorites!! Such a great way to entertain children and get them interested in reading!
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review 2012-05-14 21:05
The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference
The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference - Irene Watson A beautiful heartfelt book describing a little girls life as she grows up under the dominance of a mother who lived in a bubble of how her life and that of her perfect daughters life would be. Starting from fear of loosing her child, her mother protected Irene to the highest degree, constantly being with her, implanting her thoughts and beliefs and even speaking for her, making her believe that she was not to speak her mind at all. Irene was left to feel worthless and that people were not interested in her input in life at all. A little girl petrified that God would punish her for not sticking to his ten rules, learning from her parents that when he was angry he could create plagues or even kill people. A little girl who sat and watched as her parents themselves went against these rules, confused and fearful. A little girl who was being abused by her cousins and was led to believe that this was her own doing and nothing else. A little girl who had no need for education as she WOULD live locally and WOULD be a farmers wife. Then she met her saviour in friend Margie, who made her feel valued and a real person. She began to open up and challenge her mother but she was going against her perfect girl mother and when she tried to run away it was the final straw and brought out a violent side of her mother that she would never forget. In time she escapes by getting a job away from their small hamlet, but doe she really escape? Left with a lifetime of mental as well as physical abuse, Irene follows her friends hype and enrols into the Avalon Center for a 28 day course on overcoming addictions. Extremely skeptical and believing it all to be a waste of time, she carries on believing at least it would help her when working with her therapy clients, hearing that addiction is only a symptom of the real underlying pain. Until one day close to the end of the course she finally gets it, a light bulb moment which positively changed Irene's life forever. Although covering sad points in Irene's life I found myself fascinated reading about her day to day family life and the area around them. The author has written with a truly open and honest hand, even with a little humor at times. Very easy to read, you can feel the desperate emotion and pain felt at the time by the author and you may also find some possible answers to life's problems yourself. I must admit when reading I love books with short chapters, the only problem with The Sitting Swing was that I kept saying to myself just one more, then another and another, it was very hard to actually put the book down. An inspiring memoir that will empower you to look within yourself with understanding and spirituality. Extremely recommended reading.
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