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Tue Oct 24 2017 at 05:00 pm EDT
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Thursday Jul 28, 2011
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Do you often find that your items grow feet and run away from you just when you need them? This class will help you create a system that will help you keep track of your belongings. You'll always be able to calmly put your fingers on what it is you need. Never again go running around trying to locate your stuff!
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If you are putting in long hours at work you might feel exhausted and unmotivated once you leave the office. By making some modifications to your work day you can become more focused, more productive and have more energy. Join me to learn specific tips that will help your body and mind feel better during your day.
Would you like to have less clutter - and more money? This free 1 hour webinar is for you! I'll teach you my simple process to clear out clutter and cash in on your unwanted stuff. Register even if you can't attend live - you can view the recording whenever's convenient. As a professional organizer, I’ve found that most people would be happier if they had clearer homes and bigger bank accounts. But instead, we have a nation of savers, who are afraid to throw things out, even when they most likely will never use the item ever again. The savers of the world are not only living with piles of clutter-induced stress, but they are losing the opportunity to turn those piles into cash. The problem is that when it comes to clutter, people don’t act rationally. These aren’t hoarders who have serious psychological problems. These are regular people who just aren’t thinking logically when it comes to the items in their homes. In fact, they’re not thinking at all. They’re stuck. They have gotten to a point where their stuff has become a burden, a barrier, and something of a beast. In my line of work I’ve heard people describe the cluttered areas of their home as everything from The Black Hole to The Room of Shame. Meanwhile, in this economy, everyone could use some extra cash. Wouldn't you like to pay off credit card debt, build a better wardrobe, enjoy more entertainment, treat your family - and yourself - to some splurges. Why not? You work hard; you deserve to be able to afford a massage here and there, a new flat screen T.V. to watch the games on or a fabulous vacation. So why are most people sitting at home, surrounded by never-ending piles of half-used stuff and stacks of unpaid bills, wishing they had the means to live an even slightly better life? What if that “room of shame” was actually an ATM in disguise? Find out the truth about how to clear out clutter and turn your "trash" to cash by joining my free hour long session!
Would you like to have less clutter - and more money? This free 1 hour webinar is for you! I'll teach you my simple process to clear out clutter and cash in on your unwanted stuff. Register even if you can't attend live - you can view the recording whenever's convenient. As a professional organizer, I’ve found that most people would be happier if they had clearer homes and bigger bank accounts. But instead, we have a nation of savers, who are afraid to throw things out, even when they most likely will never use the item ever again. The savers of the world are not only living with piles of clutter-induced stress, but they are losing the opportunity to turn those piles into cash. The problem is really simple: when it comes to clutter, people don’t act rationally. These aren’t hoarders who have serious psychological problems. These are regular people who just aren’t thinking logically when it comes to the items in their homes. In fact, they’re not thinking at all. They’re stuck. They have gotten to a point where their stuff has become a burden, a barrier, and something of a beast. In my line of work I’ve heard people describe the cluttered areas of their home as everything from, “the black hole” to “the room of shame.” Meanwhile, in this economy, everyone could use some extra cash. Wouldn't you like to pay off credit card debt, build a better wardrobe, enjoy more entertainment, treat your family - and yourself - to some splurges. Why not? You work hard; you deserve to be able to afford a massage here and there, a new flat screen T.V. to watch the games on or a fabulous vacation. So why are most people sitting at home, surrounded by never-ending piles of half-used stuff and stacks of unpaid bills, wishing they had the means to live an even slightly better life? What if that “room of shame” was actually an ATM in disguise? Find out the truth about how to clear out clutter and turn your "trash" to cash by joining my free hour long session!
Are you experiencing information overload trying to figure out what a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes means for your health and wellbeing? Do you feel like the diagnosis of diabetes is a potential death sentence for you or your loved one? Do you lack the motivation to get started on the road to vibrant health because of diabetes? Are you concerned that a family history of diabetes could put you at risk of developing diabetes? Have you ever been diagnosed as having �borderline diabetes�? Are you or your loved one suffering the serious consequences of unattended diabetes type 2? If you answered YES to even one of these questions, then you are invited to a FREE teleseminar on how to THRIVE and not just survive living with diabetes This is an encore presentation from the fall of last year, but is designed to get you into high gear to THRIVE despite diabetes this year. In this webinar you will learn: The difference between pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes Three simple strategies to get your blood sugars under better control and reduce complications How much weight loss can help reverse pre-diabetes and even type 2 diabetes How to make diabetes management a team effort Creating a support system that works for you and much more As a FREE gift for attending this live webinar, Dr Eno will also be on hand after for an additional 30 minutes to answer any questions that participants may have regarding their diabetes. She will also be raffling off a FREE copy of her e-book to a live participant at the webinar. So REGISTER today!! Come with a notebook and pen to write down lots of notes and information designed to get you into action!
Tabletop puppetry, a variation of Bunraku (the traditional Japanese style of overt puppetry), is a hallmark of all Thistle Theatre productions. This workshop allows you to experience first-hand this challenging and rewarding style of puppetry! The Center's webinar host will facilitate interaction between the Learn It Live audience and the on-site workshop presenters from Thistle Theatre. In addtion, the webinar audience will receive a dedicated 10-15 Q & A session with Thistle Theatre. Ages 14+ (Beginner to Intermediate)
Center for Puppetry Arts Org
Arts > Education
Recorded: Nov 17, 2012 at 03:00 pm EDT
Celebrate American Education Week with a panel of professional of arts educators coordinated by the Center for Puppetry Arts! Panelists will discuss arts advocacy, describe their work in the field of puppetry/arts education, and explain how puppetry and the arts can positively impact your students’ life-long learning. Parents, educators, and education students welcome! This is offered via webinar only!
Join the Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers for a fun and informal Q & A session. Frogtown is at the Center for Puppetry Arts from Oct. 24th- Nov. 4th performing "The Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow." Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers is a small puppetry troupe based in Bar Harbor, Maine, and comprised of three siblings - Erik, Brian, and Robin Torbeck. Founded in 2000, Frogtown Mountain has performed at fairs, festivals, theatres, parades, schools, libraries, and some of the finest petting zoos on the East Coast. About the Company Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers, founded in 2000, is a puppetry troupe based in Bar Harbor, Maine, and comprised of three siblings: Erik and Brian Torbeck and Robin Erlandsen. The traveling trio has performed their original productions at fairs, festivals, theatres, schools, libraries, and some of the finest petting zoos on the East Coast. The troupe originally got its start in the Torbecks’ childhood home in Pennsylvania where the young threesome would put on shows with their stuffed animals and hand puppets. They soon went their separate ways for college and various job and life opportunities, but when Erik took a puppetry course in college, he was hooked...and the others were recruited!
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Do you feel as though you put heaps of sugar in your coffee or tea? Are you constantly looking for a sweet tooth fix? Do your energy levels fluctuate like the stock market? Chances are you are addicted to sugar. In this workshop, you'll learn how to finally break your addiction to sugar, and as a result, you'll feel more energetic and healthier. You will Learn: Why we crave sugar Why sugar is bad for us How much sugar we really need How to break the addiction What are safe alternatives to the white stuff
Saying Yes to life is a way to move beyond your fears and embrace the unknown. In this classroom we will talk about the ART OF ALLOWING your highest good to serve you and your life. By allowing you will find ways through life that create ease and flow. This is a law of attraction classroom. If you are working on attracting more goodness into your life, this classroom is for you.
Dr. Pam Denton
Health & Wellness > Meditation
Ended: Aug 07, 2012 at 06:00 pm EDT
Lead with Love is a meditation that activates your spirit into loving action. Now more than ever it is time to quiet the mind and lead from the heart center. We all have the ability to lead with love and this takes dedicated practice. This class is a calling to heart centered leaders.
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This class is for anyone who has experienced trauma. We will use a mind-body approach that draws on imagery, guided meditation, movement and positive cognitive psychology to help people experiencing trauma to take the necessary steps to safely reach a state of relaxed, focused awareness so that the body's nervous system is more receptive to change and so that old wounds (physical and emotional) can heal more readily.
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