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Wednesday, October 12, 2016
So happy when I am blessed and inspired by others who share similar ideas and dream of better situations for all of us and are already being the difference in their own way.
If you feel the same way, share your own meme or comment.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Someone in one of my Whatsapp groups shared this with us the other day. It was funnily creative:
It just got me wondering how in the world did the person have the time to count the shrimp. And since they did, if that was enough to stop someone from eating it.
Monday, August 15, 2016
Two weeks ago when my daughter turned 18, I thought I could reach out to my #PLN and ask them to share what life was like when they were 18. This could serve as useful advice to hand down to her - something that no one can take away from you as is often said. So here are the tweets some of my online colleagues kindly shared with me. By sharing them here, hopefully more and more people can benefit from this wisdom.
I had completed first year college😊 https://t.co/z2LzVy2Clr— Barbara Cotter (@BcCotter) August 7, 2016
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Lessons learned from sport:
Olympic judo gold medallist Rafaela Silva probably has a lot of people to thank for reaching her goal. One of them is Oympic bronze medallist in Athens, Flavio Canto. His determination to start a social project to help kids from poor areas of Rio turned out to be his best blow ever. He used his experience and local prestige to promote the project and attract much needed investment to keep it going. He did what we should always do - regardless of if we are teachers - we should help others go even further than us, help them reach higher heights with our experience as a valuable source of inspiration.
Who have you inspired today?