Just Pick Back Up When Things Don’t Go According to Plan: Reading “Start” by Jon Acuff Chapter 5
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Just Pick Back Up When Things Don’t Go According to Plan: Reading “Start” by Jon Acuff Chapter 5

With this post i am just picking back up when things don’t go according to plan… I started reading Start in May. I even finished it in early June but I did not keep up with my goal of blogging my way through the book. I was disappointed in myself. I wanted this book to … Continue reading

Double Latte Project May 2011: Shea Yeleen
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Double Latte Project May 2011: Shea Yeleen

This month’s Double Latte Selection is Shea Yeleen, an organization that is improving the lives of women in rural Western Africa through sustainable development. The company has a series of products from shea butter to lip balms to soaps. Double Latte Connection – People in DNMP’s Network I had the pleasure of meeting the founder … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 3 September 2010

Author’s Note This week’s links are short as I am currently at the American Political Science Association Meeting; therefore I have done a lot more listening this week than I have done reading. So far so good with the conference panels I have attended and I look forward to putting something together in terms of … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 20 August 2010

After a long summer I am back to blogging on here consistently 😀 Now that I also fallo Português, my links will be in English mostly with some in Spanish and Portuguese. If you want to read a link in a language you don’t speak translate.google.com will be a good resource for you (its not perfect but … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 25 June 2010

Author’s Note: This weeks links are shorter as I was traveling last week. Also links for Summer 2010 will be in Portuguese as I am learning this language this summer and am not allowed to communicate in English. If you have Google Chrome as your browser you can use their translate feature if you wish. … Continue reading

Blogs / Brasil / Britain / Business / Economy / Environment / Gender / International Organizations / Iran / Latin America / Links of the Week / Media / Michael Moore / Michelle Obama / NBA / Obama Administration / Oil / República Dominicana / Social Media / Spain / Study Abroad / United Nations / Video / Women / Women and Politics / World Politics

Links of the Week 18 June 2010

Top Five Think Again: Networks to Women: “Never on Sunday” Another reason why I very sporadically catch news & information from the Big 6: ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, & NBC. If you want to hear diverse voices check out PBS or Democracy Now (My views are center left so I am unsure of more center … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 5 March 2010

Author Note To those that read this blog regularly, thank you :), you may have noticed that I have not listed many political posts lately. I am working on this but I have to admit that I am VERY disgruntled with the US political system and how it works. As a result, I have not … Continue reading