Everyday Matters

A Love Story
Author: Nardi Reeder Campion
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 9781584654070
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 233
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This is the story of a life that has spanned much of the twentieth century. It is the story of a long and happy marriage, of advances in women’s rights, of forging a career as a writer (including the excitement of a big Hollywood sale), of the sometimes bewildering pace of progress, and of raising a family in a rapidly changing world. With her wit, insightful storytelling, and keen ear for offbeat anecdotes, Nardi Reeder Campion speaks for a generation that has traveled from the roaring twenties into the twenty-first century. “We were before pantyhose, penicillin, and the pill . . . ” Campion’s address to a reunion of her Wellesley College class of 1938 has earned her a niche in cyberspace. Endlessly circulated via e-mail and even featured in the Ann Landers columns, it combines Campion’s charm, wisdom, and self-deprecating humor. She has now written a memoir distinguished by those same qualities. “In our day, we got married first and then lived together. How quaint can you be?” Campion’s memoir is, in part, the story of a long and loving marriage, one that lasted fifty-nine years and “survived four jobs, seven books, nine homes, and nineteen pets (not counting gerbils).” Whether she is describing the joys of marriage to a fun-loving husband or the pain of her son’s emotional breakdown, the (sometimes mixed) blessings of grandchildren or the difficult decision to move into a retirement home, Campion’s deft mix of humor and candor yields an appealing and engaging narrative. Always seeking to discover what is worthwhile, she writes movingly about love and about death.

Everyday Matters


Author: Elise Seyfried
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 132912751X
Category: Religion
Page: N.A
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A humorous look at the hectic, disorganized, perfectly imperfect life of a mom of five who is also spiritual formation director at a Lutheran church. From trying to keep up an old house (and an aging body), to suffering through little league nights,family card games and waiting at the deli counter, from remembering our cute babies to holding our cute grandbabies, Everyday Matters reminds us that every day is sacred, however improbable that may seem. Washing dishes, driving the car, vacuuming the rug: God is in the minute details of our lives, and is there to direct us even when we seem to have no sense of direction ourselves. In these essays, God gently laughs with us, never at us, as we try to navigate this crazy mixed up world. Every day really does matter, if we stop and think about it. And so do we.

Everyday Matters in Science and Mathematics

Studies of Complex Classroom Events
Author: Ricardo Nemirovsky,Ann S. Rosebery,Jesse Solomon,Beth Warren
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135619387
Category: Education
Page: 232
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This book re-examines the dichotomy between the everyday and the disciplinary in mathematics and science education, and explores alternatives to this opposition from points of view grounded in the close examination of complex classroom events. It makes the case that students' everyday experience and knowledge in their entire manifold forms matter crucially in learning sciences and mathematics. The contributions of 13 research teams are organized around three themes: 1) the experiences of students in encounters with everyday matters of a discipline; 2) the concerns of curriculum designers, including teachers, as they design activities intended to focus on everyday matters of a discipline; and 3) the actions of teachers as they create classroom encounters with everyday matters of a discipline. As a whole the volume reflects the shift in the field of educational research in recent years away from formal, structural models of learning toward emphasizing its situated nature and the sociocultural bases of teaching and learning. At least two trends--increasing awareness that formal theories can be useful guides but are always partial and provisional in how they disclose classroom experiences, and the widespread availability of video and audio equipment that enables effortless recording of classroom interactions--have reoriented the field by allowing researchers and teachers to look at learning starting with complex classroom events rather than formal theories of learning. Such examinations are not meant to replace the work on general theoretical frameworks, but to ground them in actual complex events. This reorientation means that researchers and teachers can now encounter the complexity of learning and teaching as lived, human meaning-making experiences. Immersion in this complexity compels rethinking assumptions about the dichotomies that have traditionally organized the field's thinking about learning. Further, it has important implications for how the relationship between theory and practice in understanding teaching and learning is viewed. Everyday Matters in Science and Mathematics: Studies of Complex Classroom Events is an important resource for researchers, teacher educators, and graduate students in mathematics and science education, and a strong supplemental text for courses in these areas and also in cognition and instruction and instructional design.

Everyday Matters Bible for Women-NLT

Practical Encouragement to Make Every Day Matter
Author: Hendrickson Publishers
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN: 1619700123
Category: Bibles
Page: 1603
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"A new Bible for busy women transforms daily life into a life that matters every day" Today s Christian woman is so busy handling the challenges of day-to-day life that spending time in the Word can easily become yet another should buried in that growing list of daily musts. Created in partnership with Kyria.com, "Christianity Today s" women s magazine, the "Everyday Matters Bible for Women" is designed to help women develop spiritual practices that will make their lives richer, not harder. It offers practical encouragement and tools to renew, reinvigorate and restore meaning to everyday life. This Bible features twenty-four disciplines or practices that position us to receive power and strength to do those things that we cannot possibly do on our own and make everyday life fuller and deeper. Each discipline is represented by a colorful icon whose illustration is a reminder of its meaning. The contemporary language of the New Living Translation combines with content from today s foremost Christian leaders to help readers understand and apply spiritual discipline. Every discipline is explored in four ways Everyday Matters. Two-page articles introduce major themes and focus on an essential part of understanding and practicing a discipline. Everyday Profiles. Profiles of twenty-five Biblical women highlight a particular discipline. Everyday Q & A s. Short articles delve into a difficult aspect of the spiritual practice and offer practical help on incorporating the discipline into your daily life. Everyday Reflections. Selections illustrate ways to personalize and apply God s Word to your own situation. More than 300 articles and features by more than 140 of today s most well-known Christian leaders and writers, including: Kay Warren, Priscilla Shirer, Elisa Morgan, Nancy & John Ortberg, Richard Foster, Liz Curtis Higgs, and Lauren Winner. Special Features include . . . 4-color throughout Color-coded icons identify each Spiritual Discipline addressed in contributors material How to Use This Bible in a Small Group Study Index of Spiritual Practices Resources for further reading"

Carter's Practical Gardener: a handy book on everyday matters connected with garden routine


Author: James CARTER (AND CO.)
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 138
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Carter's Practical Gardener: a handy book on everyday matters connected with garden routine


Author: James CARTER (AND CO.)
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 126
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Everyday Matters


Author: Danny Gregory
Publisher: Hyperion
ISBN: 9781401307950
Category: Self-Help
Page: 128
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In the tradition of Persepolis, In the Shadow of No Towers, and Our Cancer Year, an illustrated memoir of remarkable depth, power, and beauty Danny Gregory and his wife, Patti, hadn't been married long. Their baby, Jack, was ten months old; life was pretty swell. And then Patti fell under a subway train and was paralyzed from the waist down. In a world where nothing seemed to have much meaning, Danny decided to teach himself to draw, and what he learned stunned him. Suddenly things had color again, and value. The result is Everyday Matters, his journal of discovery, recovery, and daily life in New York City. It is as funny, insightful, and surprising as life itself.

Everyday Matters

New Short Stories
Author: N.A
Publisher: Bookpeople
ISBN: N.A
Category: Short stories, English
Page: 148
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Everyday Matters

2019 Yearly Planner Monthly Calendar Daily Agenda Weekly Personal Organizer (Abstract Fishes to Do List)
Author: Dartan Creations
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781725643260
Category:
Page: 150
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2019 Planner Organizer Do you love being organized? Who doesn't right? Finding a planner that you like isn't always easy so we tried to keep this one simple. You have freedom to write what you want and how you want it. There is a month at a glance, to do lists and lined daily entries. This 6x9 planner will fit nicely into your backpack, office drawer or pretty much anywhere else that most people keep planners. Spacious lines help avoid illegible writing and missed appointments. Comes in a softcover paperback style. Just click the look inside to make sure this is the planner you are looking for. Don't miss out on our other cover styles. Thanks for grabbing a copy today!

Everyday Matters


Author: Neil Longbottom
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780648179306
Category: South Australia
Page: 112
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Carter's Practical Gardener: a handy book on everyday matters connected with garden routine


Author: James CARTER (AND CO.)
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 132
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Conscious Footsteps

Finding Spirit in Everyday Matters
Author: Dianne Eppler Adams
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452011478
Category: Religion
Page: 196
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An "idea generator" for finding Spirit in ordinary life experiences, Conscious Footsteps is inspired by the author's deep, heartfelt search for life's greater meaning. Read it to awaken personal happiness and notice the interdependence and sacredness of everything. Discover how Spirit manifests in your daily affairs, bringing greater joy and fulfillment. This is not a "how-to" book, teaching procedures to arrive at a desired destination. It is a "what if?" book meant to trigger your own awareness and inner guidance. By considering questions, you may find answers - your own answers - that can lead to personal fulfillment - a more harmonious and love-filled life. These are the key questions explored: . What if Spirit were present in every facet of your existence - in the blessings and the challenges? . How would your life be different if you knew that everyone and everything was a part of you? . How would you behave toward yourself and others if you recognized that there is no separation between you and God and that you are part of God? Underlying the premise of the book is the assumption that you won't find Spirit by moving away from the world; you find it by going more open-heartedly into ordinary life. Though written by an astrologer, you do not need to understand or believe in astrology to gain from the book. Those who want to know more will find answers to many common questions about astrology in the appendix. Open this book to any page at any time. Use it to inspire your day in the morning or at any time. May this book offer you hope in the midst of turmoil and become a tool to awaken your own inner wisdom-the best and truest guidance you will ever find.

Rationality + Consciousness = Free Will


Author: David Hodgson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190208600
Category: Philosophy
Page: 288
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In recent years, philosophical discussions of free will have focused largely on whether or not free will is compatible with determinism. In this challenging book, David Hodgson takes a fresh approach to the question of free will, contending that close consideration of human rationality and human consciousness shows that together they give us free will, in a robust and indeterministic sense. In particular, they give us the capacity to respond appositely to feature-rich gestalts of conscious experiences, in ways that are not wholly determined by laws of nature or computational rules. The author contends that this approach is consistent with what science tells us about the world; and he considers its implications for our responsibility for our own conduct, for the role of retribution in criminal punishment, and for the place of human beings in the wider scheme of things. Praise for David Hodgson's previous work, The Mind Matters "magisterial...It is balanced, extraordinarily thorough and scrupulously fair-minded; and it is written in clear, straightforward, accessible prose." --Michael Lockwood, Times Literary Supplement "an excellent contribution to the literature. It is well written, authoritative, and wonderfully wide-ranging. ... This account of quantum theory ... will surely be of great value. ... On the front cover of the paper edition of this book Paul Davies is quoted as saying that this is "a truly splendid and provocative book". In writing this review I have allowed myself to be provoked, but I am happy to close by giving my endorsement to this verdict in its entirety!" --Euan Squires, Journal of Consciousness Studies "well argued and extremely important book." --Sheena Meredith, New Scientist "His reconstructions and explanations are always concise and clear." --Jeffrey A Barrett, The Philosophical Review "In this large-scale and ambitious work Hodgson attacks a modern orthodoxy. Both its proponents and its opponents will find it compelling reading." --J. R. Lucas, Merton College, Oxford

The Everyday I Ching


Author: Sarah Dening
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1466833912
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 224
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Consulted by millions, the I Ching is one of the oldest and most widely used divination systems ever devised. Since ancient times it has provided its readers with insight into their own lives and guidance for the future. All too often, however, the available translations have blurred the basic message of the I Ching's hexagrams and obscured their relevance. Utilizing the knowledge gained from many years of using the I Ching in her practice, psychotherapist Sarah Dening provides, with this translation, a valuable resource not only for help with life's extraordinary passages but something that should be consulted daily as one would a trusted friend. Dening details how to use and read the I Ching's hexagrams and gives insight on how to relate the ancient wisdom of the I Ching's hexagrams to the trials and tribulations of everyday modern life. The Everyday I Ching fills the long-standing need for a clear, focused rendering of the I Ching-one which makes its timeless wisdom accessible to everyone.

Investigating the Ordinary

Everyday Matters in Southeast Archaeology
Author: Sarah E. Price,Philip J. Carr
Publisher: Florida Museum of Natural Hist
ISBN: 9781683400219
Category: Social Science
Page: 275
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Focusing on the daily concerns, activities, and routine events of people in the past, Investigating the Ordinary argues for a paradigm shift in the way southeastern archaeologists operate and urges them to think of the archaeological record in new ways. Instead of dividing archaeological work by time periods or artifact types, the essays in this volume unite separate areas of research through the theme of the everyday. The contributors to this volume bring together case studies detailing ordinary people and their lives, spanning the Paleoindian period to the nineteenth century. The essays include an examination of how the white-tailed deer was entangled in the lives of Middle Archaic people not only as a food source but as a social and spiritual creature, as well as a look at the domestic lives of those who made exotic goods for the political and social elites in the Middle Woodland period. Cooking vessels in the Late Archaic period help trace the daily lives of the many people involved in their production, use, and eventual deposition. Mound sites are reconsidered in light of the everyday--assessing not only the meaning of the sites but the mobilization of labor and the deployment of resources that went into creating them. Taken together, these essays demonstrate that attention to everyday life can help researchers avoid overemphasizing data and jargon and instead discover connections between the people of different eras. This approach will also inspire archaeologists with ways to humanize their research and engage the public with their work and with the deep history of the southeastern United States. A volume in the Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen SeriesContributors: Philip J. Carr | Sarah E. Price | D. Shane Miller | Jesse Tune | Christopher B. Rodning | Jayur M. Mehta | Bryan S. Haley | Lance Greene | Kandace D. Hollenbach | Stephen B. Carmody | Ashley A. Dumas | Christopher R. Moore | Richard W. Jeffries | Asa R. Randall

Carter's Practical Gardener: a handy book on everyday matters connected with garden routine


Author: James CARTER (AND CO.)
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category:
Page: 126
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Time, Consumption and Everyday Life

Practice, Materiality and Culture
Author: Elizabeth Shove,Frank Trentmann,Richard Wilk
Publisher: Berg
ISBN: 1847886248
Category: Social Science
Page: 256
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Has material civilization spun out of control, becoming too fast for our own well-being and that of the planet? This book confronts these anxieties and examines the changing rhythms and temporal organization of everyday life. How do people handle hurriedness, burn-out and stress? Are slower forms of consumption viable? In case studies covering the United States, Asia and Europe, international experts follow routines and rhythms, their emotional and political dynamics and show how they are anchored in material culture and everyday practice. Running themes of the book are questions of coordination and disruption; cycles and seasons; and the interplay between power and freedom, and between material and natural forces. The result is a volume that brings studies of practice, temporality and material culture together to open up a new intellectual agenda.

Everyday Safety in Primary and Nursery Schools


Author: Malcolm Griffin
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415228190
Category: Education
Page: 118
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How do you assess risk? How do you deal with emergencies effectively? Do you know how to develop and implement a school safety plan? How can you make your primary school a safer place? This is a practical, easy to understand and use guide to dealing with issues of everyday safety which so often worry those who work in schools. There is a straightforward introduction to a risk-assessment based approach to safety but acknowledges that things still do sometimes go wrong, and shows how to deal with a variety of emergencies. The book is written with day-to-day school management in mind and will greatly assist in the business of running the school safely. Issues discussed include how to assess risk, how to develop and implement a school safety plan and how to deal with emergencies effectively. This book also translates and interprets complicated official documents, provides practical photocopiable sections and provides material designed for meetings, training and planning sessions.

Designing Families

The Search for Self and Community in the Information Age
Author: John Scanzoni
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452262616
Category: Social Science
Page: 288
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Designing Families is a thought-provoking examination of the challenges facing the nuclear family as it enters the new millenium. John Scanzoni sets the issue of change in families in aN historical and cross-cultural perspective tracing the development of the family from the Agricultural Age to the Information Age.