"It's what's on the inside that counts."?Really? So why is 'What do you do' the first thing people always ask??"Honesty's the best policy."?Is that why people prefer to hide behind screens instead of communicating in person? "Do what you love."? What? Everyone? Who's going to pick up the trash, flip the burgers, pour the lattes, and all the rest of the hated jobs that make our economy go round??"Success takes hard work."?Please. Anyone who believes this and isn't a multi-millionaire deserves to be asked: 'Then why didn't you work harder?' ?These and the rest of the false feel-good quotes that flood our social media walls often confuse rather than inspire, keep us dissatisfied in our relationships and jobs, and make us feel like we're never good enough. Thankfully, this book is full of logical and factual thoughts that explain how - despite all the positivity out there - the world continues to get worse. And why the problems you may be having in it have little to do with there being anything wrong with you.
This amazing title instructs young readers on how to shape wooden objects based on their own, unique ideas. Kids will explore this exciting and popular field by learning a few basic techniques of woodworking and what tools to use, which they can then experiment with in safe and accessible projects. "Makers and Shakers" sidebars introduce kids to furniture makers and builders and to different styles in woodworking.
This plugged-in title helps readers navigate the sometimes-complex world of electronic innovation. Young readers can explore this exciting and popular field by learning the basics of electronic circuits and how electronic components work, which they can then apply to an idea of their own. They will be able to create their project using everyday materials and easy-to-understand computer elements. Important electronic innovators and their creations are profiled to provide inspiration for young makers.
She was the villain The Bachelor fans loved to hate. Now Courtney Robertson takes us along on her journey to find love and reveals that "happily ever after" isn't always what it seems . . .
Courtney Robertson joined season 16 of The Bachelor looking for love. She fit the casting call: She was young, single, a working model, and a natural in front of the cameras. Although she may have been there for all the right reasons, as the season unfolded and sparks began to fly something else was clear: She was not there to make friends.
Courtney quickly became one of the biggest villains in Bachelor franchise history. She unapologetically pursued her man, steamrolled her competition, and broke the rules-including partaking in an illicit skinny-dip that sealed her proposal. Now, Courtney tells her own story-from her first loves to her first moments in the infamous Malibu mansion. She dishes on life before, during, and after The Bachelor, including the tabloid frenzy that continued after the cameras stopped rolling. Complete with tips, tricks, and advice from your favorite Bachelor alumni, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends is packed with all of the outrageous stories and details Courtney fans and foes alike want to know.
In I Didn"t Come Here to Make Friends former Bachelor "villain" and season 16 winner Courtney Robertson shares her story of love and heartbreak, and the reality of appearing on reality TV. For the first time ever, a former Bachelor contestant takes us along on her journey to find love and reveals that "happily ever after" isn't always what it seems.
This is a color Therapy coloring book. It is for both the beginner and more advance colorist. There are 31 one Cute Kids and their pets and even some physically challenged Kids with their pets
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