[This post was also published on Channels. To make a micro-donation or find out more about Channels, simply click on this text.] Anonymous on Ask.FM asked Why do some students do not continue studies after graduating school? From their observations of their surroundings, any further education beyond getting a job is more of a cost burden than a benefit. Now, I am a high school drop out who tries to make a free creative & educational worksheet call “FreePlasticity”. http://blog.freeplasticity.org (I need to start making sheet again.) So my opinions on this don’t come from any institute or academic funded … Continue reading Why do some students do not continue studies after graduation school?
Listen to Pitching Ideas With Wifey #2: Lofi 3D printings by Mighterbump #np on #SoundCloud Continue reading Pitching Ideas With Wifey #2: Lofi 3D printings – SoundCloud
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Why am I applying this concept to the internet? Because the information of the internet are playing out like groups of biological cells. Continue reading A wild comparison of the Internet with Biology.
I’m just sharing what I noticed. The static electricity between the Styrofoam cup & I pulls the cup to my hand when I place it halfway on the cross bar leg. Continue reading Bored little tiny science observation
This idea is a result of my constant tweetings of “Allow yourself to feel other emotions” in a effort to help folks out of a emotional funk. A “Heedful List” is a very simple daily or weekly journal tool. In one column you list all the emotions you can remember that you Allowed yourself to feel. Meaning, there was a event that corresponded with specific emotions and you allowed yourself to feel those emotions during that time. The second column is a list of emotions that you were given a chance to but didn’t let yourself feel. Meaning you had … Continue reading Self-growth therapy/monitor tool idea: “Heedful list”