even a mechanical bull ride
cheap jordans from china But today, i wanted to share with you my newest workshop!The Creative PlannerBesides being a full time mixed media arts, I am also a planner girl enthusiast! I love creative planning, love keeping my life organized and have an entire IG feed, “theplannersociety”, dedicated to my planning craziness!I am beyond excited to be hosting this class with my dear friend, Cori Spieker, also known as ” Theresetgirl” on instagram and youtube! She is not only an inspiration to the planning community, but Cori is the creator of the listersgottalist challenge and the best selling planner stickers, The Reset Girl Sticker Shop.Together we are pumped to bring you the most informative and hands down creative online planner workshop ever!The Creative Planner, is an that is ALL about planning, both the functional AND creative side!This workshop is hosted on it own private website, with all per recorded videos, pdfs, documents, and photos! So once the class begins, you can access it anytime, anywhere, for 3 full years! This is a great way to learn, as you can go at your own pace and re watch videos over and over again!We wanted to create a workshop, that not only gave you ideas on creative planning, but how to plan and organize efficiently and effectively! When planning for this workshop, we came up with so much content,over 25 videos and COUNTING,that the class is divided into two parts!Part one, will be all about the functional side of planning and how you can use planning to organize and get more out of your everyday life!To start, Cori and I will go through most of the planners styles and companies available out there today, including ring style, spiral bound style, midori style, and notebook style!We will go over the different sizes of planners, how each one is used, and show different styles offered for each one! We will walk you through the pros and cons of each style of planner, as cheap jordans shoes well as the insert styles offered by different companies. cheap jordans from china
Cheap Jordan Shoes > It is rather hypocritical to put someone down for lacking knowledge; doing so implies that you are judging them as lacking knowledge. You end up doing the exact same thing. OP doesn put anyone down because he doesn communicate his attitude towards the other person. When someone tells you “Wow, you really don know what AABB stands for? How did you pass the interview? It like DUUH, basic knowledge.” with a smug or contempt face, he putting you down. I met people like this and they were very very hard to work with. Other remarks I heard are “How the fk should I know, ask the idiot who implemented that piece of shit, I would made it so it didn have “, or “A bunch of losers who can code without memory leaks decided smart pointers were a good idea, so now everything is slow”. I can safely say, without a doubt, these people had the worst effect on me. I avoid them at any cost. It not my place, nor my responsibility to suffer their attitudes or help them grow out of it. I not their manager and I not their parent. I pretty tolerant. So I did what anyone in my situation would do. I installed a debugger and stepped through his code until I found some pretty glaring security flaws (escaping POST input should be pretty high on your priority list) and fixed them for him. Quietly. but no. I took some of his code, renamed a couple of variables and then pretended it was mine and asked him for his opinion. My boss explained how it was wrong, the bugs, the mistakes. He went to town. Then I did my pathetic grand reveal. Yeah. It your code, cut and paste www.onlinestorenikefree.com from the codebase. I changed these variable names (HeLovedCamelCase i_prefer_underscores) could you accept that you have a problem with me, not with my code. This is simply a vendetta against me. respond now please. Or lessons. You should. Cheap Jordan Shoes
cheap jordans for sale 7. I have always been an entrepreneur. Even from the time I was little. I remember calculating plans to make money as a kid. lemonade stands, selling homemade goods, babysitting, doing odd jobs. anything to make extra cash. When I got into high school, I lived with my dad. and 5 of my 7 brothers and sisters. My dad was gone a lot during the week running his own businesses across the state (he had 4 or 5 facilities he ran for the mental ill or retired). I had his same work bug and always had a job in high school. He didn ask us too, he wanted us to focus on getting good grades. But I wanted to work! I worked at Pizza Hut making pizza (i actually wanted the cool job of waitress. like my best friend. but apparently I wasn that cool! lol). I sold water treatment products. I sold advertising for sports related posters. I worked in the corn fields, breeding corn. helping to create new types and styles of corn for feed and other things. I sold cemetery lots (um yep. I worked on commission and didn get much of a paycheck. Plus I worked cemetery in this small little building. by myself. and it got pretty creepy at night! worked at a fashion store in the mall, I worked at JC Penny. I worked at a Day Care. you name. I thinK I did it! lol. wasn any surprise that shortly after I married my husband. we started our own business in the craft industry. Designing and selling pattern both in wood and cloth. which eventually led to a book deal in Michaels and a licensing deal in Japan. of the 17 years of our marriage. we have worked for someone else for 3 years. I worked for Chatterbox. a scrapbooking manufacturer as their PR and Marketing director. plus helped design products, ran the design team and traveled and taught at events. My husband only worked for 2 years. and worked as a Superintendent for a large home building company. We did that at the same time. after 3 years of working for someone else. I realized I really wanted to work for myself. I wanted to be at home with my kids. and my husband. we quite our jobs, we moved to small town Shelley, Idaho (4000 people) started Scarlet Lime. That as in 2007. am so blessed I get to do what I love and work for myself. AND I get to work with my husband too. AMAZING! I always thank my dad for that drive and push. I miss him. he died 6 months ago cheap jordans for sale.