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How I Changed My Life in a Year

Author : Shelley Wilson
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Discover How to Change Your Life in a Year Straight-talking, honest and with touches of humour, Shelley Wilson shares her journey as she sets out to prove that being a 40-something, single mum with back fat and grey hairs isn't the end of life as we know it. From fighting flab to writing a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, Shelley covers a wide variety of themes as she tackles twelve challenges in twelve months. Packed with affirmations, tips, steps and links, HOW I CHANGED MY LIFE IN A YEAR will keep you motivated for the year to come and beyond.

How I Changed My Life

Author : Todd Strasser
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Overweight high school senior Bo decides to change her image while working on the school play with a former star football player who is also struggling to find a new identity for himself.

THE YEAR THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

Author : Eddie M. Leung
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"Eddie Leung, the author, was an engineering physicist that was having fun in all sorts of exciting projects, good at what he was doing and relatively healthy and happy. Within a period of a month, he was hit with the life threatening acute pancreatitis and then pronounced having a rare & extremely aggressive form of cancer called the Cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer). This is the story of his journey through a rigorous treatment that involves the dangerous Whipple surgery, high dosage radiation & chemo therapies and subsequently unpleasant blood infection (sepsis), applying his scientific approach and management skills."--Back cover.

NO POT NO WINDOW Or How I Changed My Life from Sour Lemons to Sweet Lemonade

Author : Mary Burton King
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No Pot, No Window is a true story about my life starting in the year 1951 when I was born in Marshall, Texas, to poor, uneducated parents. This book is intended to be a motivator and inspiration to all the people struggling to survive financially as I did for the majority of my life. The expression ?no pot, no window? means you are so poor that you don?t have a pot to pee in or a window to throw it out. I believe poverty, lack of education, a negative home environment, alcohol and/or drug abuse, bad judgment, a single parent home, disease/illness, and sometimes just plain bad luck keeps the syndrome of ?no pot, no window? perpetuating generation after generation. My abusive alcoholic father abandoned my two sisters and me when I was nine years old, and my codependent mother was absent from my life for many years. After my father left and my parents divorced, my mother spent the rest of her life looking for another husband to support her. She was married nine times and never did find her Prince Charming, just another drunk she met at a bar and dragged home. When I was ten years old, my mother sent my two sisters and me to live with her parents for over three years, and during this period she was completely absent from our lives. My maternal grandparents, who were survivors of the Great Depression of 1929, were very tight with their money and affection. They really did not want to raise three young children but decided we would be a valuable asset as farmhands on their five-acre farm. My mother came back into my life when I was thirteen years old and the saga of stepfathers began. At the age of sixteen, I had a job, a car, and was self-sufficient. Unfortunately, I was also a juvenile delinquent because I had little or no parental supervision. For lack of any other options, I joined the military in 1969, during the height of the Vietnam War, and began the long journey of becoming an adult. Due to my immaturity and poor judgment, I was married and divorced three times before the age of thirty and became a single parent to my only child. When I was thirty-two years old, I was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer and spent the next five years struggling to stay alive physically and financially. With the assistance of the military, I was able to obtain my bachelor of arts degree from the University of Mississippi in 1982 and a masters of forensic science from George Washington University in 1986. After twenty-one years of active duty service, I subsequently retired as a lieutenant from the United States Navy in 1993. I refused to accept and was able to overcome the ?no pot, no window? plight because of my perseverance, hard work, and most importantly, advanced education. I changed my life from sour lemons to sweet lemonade!

Reminiscences of Thirty five Years of My Life

Author : Joseph Archer Crowe
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The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

The Moment That Changed My Life

Author : Contento De Semrik
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A rare collection of people from all over the world: lecturers, engineers, policemen and women, psychologists, teachers, and laypeople, who describe the One Moment where they set out on the path to harmony—the One Moment when their lives were transformed. Here, they expose with extraordinary candor the simplicity and relief of the One Moment that changed their lives. Once a year, the "people of light" leave their normal lives behind and gather from all over the world to experience and experiment with practical tools for creating a better life, full of optimism and serenity. They gather at the world’s largest spiritual university to meet with outstanding lecturers in philosophy and to undergo the exquisite experience of internal tranquility. The world’s largest spiritual university was founded by Brahma Baba from India, who at the age of 60 underwent a personal revolution in his life, creating the beginning of a new life journey. Today there are over 8,500 centers of the Brahma Kumaris in over 110 countries worldwide.

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All the Year Round

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The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey

Author : Robert Southey
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The Life Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Author : Florence Ashton Thomas Marshall
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Saved My Life Notebook

Author : Keisha Rowell
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SAVED MY LIFE NOTEBOOK / Journal This Book Review Journal will make the perfect reading log for you to keep track of all your favorite books and your reviews for them. Organize this year's reading with this book review notebook! It includes multiple books tracking pages for easy management. Features: 8.5" x 11" Lined Blank Paper For Writing. Notebook, Journal, Diary. This 120-page notebook features: 120 pages total 8.5" x 11" White-color lined paper A glossy-finish cover for a vibrant, cheerful look and feel Great notebook gift for Girl, Gift It To Your ,Daughter, Father, Mother, uncle, Aunt, Grandpa, Grandma Great For Class, use as a Journal, Notebook, brainstorming, Drawing, Painting, Writing, School, Diary, And Much More Perfect Birthday Gift For him Thanks giving Gifts

Thirty Years View or a history of the working of the American Government for thirty years from 1820 to 1850 chiefly taken from the Congress Debates the private papers of General Jackson and the speeches of ex Senator Benton with his actual view of men and affairs With historical notes and illustrations and some notices of eminent deceased contemporaries By a Senator of thirty years i e T H Benton

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Recollections of My Life

Author : Chauncey Hobart
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Thirty Years View

Author : Thomas Hart Benton
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How Sassy Changed My Life

Author : Kara Jesella
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For a generation of teenage girls, Sassy magazine was nothing short of revolutionary—so much so that its audience, which stretched from tweens to twentysomething women, remains obsessed with it to this day and back issues are sold for hefty sums on the Internet. For its brief but brilliant run from 1988 to 1994, Sassy was the arbiter of all that was hip and cool, inspiring a dogged devotion from its readers while almost single-handedly bringing the idea of girl culture to the mainstream. In the process, Sassy changed the face of teen magazines in the United States, paved the way for the unedited voice of blogs, and influenced the current crop of smart women's zines, such as Bust and Bitch, that currently hold sway. How Sassy Changed My Life will present for the first time the inside story of the magazine's rise and fall while celebrating its unique vision and lasting impact. Through interviews with the staff, columnists, and favorite personalities we are brought behind the scenes from its launch to its final issue and witness its unique fusion of feminism and femininity, its frank commentary on taboo topics like teen sex and suicide, its battles with advertisers and the religious right, and the ascension of its writers from anonymous staffers to celebrities in their own right.

It Changed My Life

Author : Betty Friedan
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Among those women was Friedan herself, who frankly recorded her astonishment, gratification, and anger as the movement she helped create grew beyond all her hopes, and then raced beyond her control into a sexual politics she found disturbing.

The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Author : Thomas Jefferson Hogg
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How The Secret Changed My Life

Author : Rhonda Byrne
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An awe-inspiring compilation of the most uplifting and powerful real-life stories from readers of the worldwide bestseller The Secret. Discover how everyday people completely transformed their lives by applying the teachings of The Secret. Since the very first publication of The Secret a decade ago, Rhonda Byrne’s bestselling book has brought forth an explosion of real people sharing real stories of how their real lives have miraculously changed for the better. How The Secret Changed My Life presents a selection of the most heartwarming and moving stories in one inspirational volume. Each story provides an authentic, real-life illustration of the pathway that leads to success in every area of life: money, health, relationships, love, family, and career. The people in How The Secret Changed My Life show time and again that no one is excluded from living the life of their dreams.

10 Ideas That Changed My Life

Author : Umar Saeed Iqbal
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In 10 Ideas That Changed My Life, I have made an attempt to understand the principles and concepts that helped me go from a student who was repeatedly kicked out of school to some of the best Ivy League graduate schools such as Harvard and Wharton. However, I didn't make this journey alone. I possibly couldn't have. There were dozens of individuals who had a positive impact on me in one way or another including but not limited to Les Brown, Stephen Covey, Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, Eric Thomas, and Greg Plitt. They were with me when others weren't. If anything, this book is a testament to these individuals. Using the advice I received from these individuals over the space of 7 years as well as my own research, I have tried my best to create a Personal Development Handbook which I sincerely hope will be of value to you regardless of where you are and what it is that you're trying to achieve. It is presented in a story format which I hope will make it an interesting read. Use this book as your own personal workbook - take as many notes as you want and keep coming back to them often. Life change is an ongoing process. I wish you all the best on your journey. If it is possible for me, it is possible for you.