Words to avoid using if you don’t want the government spying on you
If you use several of these hundreds of words (such as ‘pork,’ ‘cloud,’ ‘wave’ or ‘smart’), there’s a chance you might get flagged by the government.
So what exactly can we say where the gov’t WON’T think we are all insane???
On Design Sponge today:
To celebrate the simple act of dining with friends, we’re launching a new feature today. We’re calling it Dinner Party, and it will showcase a few delicious recipes from a brand new cookbook as well as beautiful tableware from a favorite shop or designer. To kick off the series, we chose Rachel Khoo’s charming guide to modern French cooking, The Little Paris Kitchen.
I need this book!
It’s been ages!
I have returned after a summer of…well…me.
I took a “social network” hiatus, did some traveling and soul-searching, read some great books and not-so-great books, and had some very personal ups and downs.
The summer taught me a lot about myself, and people I consider family. I learned that I don’t have to be perfect, just myself. I learned how much I truly love yoga and naturalist living and despise commercialism and toxic things (and toxic people).
Now, fall is fast approaching. Pumpkin flavored everything is spilling into the pools of every day life. I’ve started a new year at NBCS with new students and returning whipper-snappers. The hectic chaos that I’d been so sure I’d planned for has crept up on me and smacked me over the head repeatedly, but this year I will remain calm and composed.
I’ve begun planning meals and workouts into my schedule. I’ve decided to be less pushy and forward with my opinions and “I-Know-I’m-Rights” because people are more important to me than being correct (even if I am). I vowed to make time for myself because I never have, I rarely do, and those few precious moments of being alone with my thoughts and feelings and decompressing are so crucial to what will inevitably be my happiness.
To the special few people who saw and carried me through some intensely traumatic experiences this summer, I am so so blessed to be your girlfriend, your sister, your confidante. And you’ve been as much a part of my triumphs as you have been my tragedies, and I would be nothing without you. I am working on being better, not only for myself, but for you.
Lots of you were interested in the fake Facebook I made on Dr. Seuss. I did a little research and found several templates to create these “fakebooks.”
2. My Fake Wall: It is necessary to create an account for this website, so it might not be ideal for students. Otherwise, the…
Yes! Integrating technology and book reports!
Wow! I wish some of my teachers had seen these ideas when I was the shy new kid moving to new schools every year. It is so important to recognize that I have to go out of my way to care for every type of person in my classroom.