Events - Kingston Arts Council. Centauri Summer Arts Camp. Residential Summer Camp for the Arts for kids and teens. 101 Ways To Live Your Life To The Fullest. “Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life.
Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drown your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” – Steve Jobs (101 Most Inspiring Quotes of All Time) How do you feel about your life today? If your answer to any of the above is a no, maybe or not sure, that means you’re not living your life to the fullest.
This is a list of 101 timeless principles I use to live my best life, and I hope they’ll help you to do so too. Here are 101 ways to live your life to the fullest: What’s on Your Bucket List? 101 Things To Do Before You Die. “Every man dies – Not every man really lives.” ~ William Ross“The only people who fear death are those with regrets.” ~ Author Unknown A few days ago, I was surfing online when I came across someone’s bucket list.
It quickly inspired me to create my own list and write an article about it at the same time. What’s a Bucket List? If you haven’t heard about the term “bucket list”, it is a list of all the goals you want to achieve, dreams you want to fulfill and life experiences you desire to experience before you die. Why Create a Bucket List? If you don’t live your days by personal goals and plans, chances are you spend most of your time caught up in a flurry of day-to-day activities.
Even if you frequently live by goals or to-do lists, they are probably framed within a certain social context e.g. performance, career, health. It’s just like planning ahead all the highlights you want for YOUR whole life. Create Your Bucket List What do you stand to gain? What if you were to die tomorrow? 1. 2. 40 Photo-Illustrated Questions to Refocus Your Mind - StumbleUpon. Post written by: Marc Chernoff Email Asking the right questions is the answer… It’s not the answers you get from others that will help you, but the questions you ask of yourself.
Here are 40 thought-provoking questions to help you refresh and refocus your thinking: Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. If you’re interested in reading even more inspiring, thought-provoking questions.Title photo by: Helga Weber For all other photo credits please refer to ThoughtQuestions.com If you enjoyed this article, check out our new best-selling book. And get inspiring life tips and quotes in your inbox (it's free)... Riding Lessons. Riding Lessons Riding lessons teach the rider to have better balance and control.
The rider's goal may be just to learn to ride for pleasure, or to go to shows, jump, do a dressage test. Riding is fun, teaches coordination and concentration, and is great exercise for healthy people of all ages. We have an on-site coach available: CHA certified level 3 on-site coach who teaches all of the English disciplines, with a focus on Eventing. Students can follow a program to receive official CHA rider levels after written and practical testing. We also offerTherapeutic riding lessons for children and adults. Osheaga 2011. Becoming Involved: Starting a New High School Club. Starting Your Own High School Club If you have considered the clubs and organizations your high school has to offer and found nothing that truly excites you, you might want to consider forming your own group.
It's fun and can be very rewarding -- if you are willing to put in the time and effort needed to get it up and running. The first step is the most important - come up with a good idea. Try to find something you're passionate about. Love old movies? After you figure out what you'd like to do, find people to help you with the club. Next, decide what your club will do for the first semester. The next point is also very important - you need to decide on a meeting time and place. Once you have all of the details worked out, it is time to approach school administration and discuss your plan. Now, with a little bit of effort, you can create fun advertisments for the club and draw in members.
The Mansion - Bar. Mensa International. Shakespeare and Company. Next Event 7:00pm, Thursday 17thApril 2014 This April we’re excited to be launching a new reading and discussion series called The Art of Criticism, hosted by the critic and writer Lauren Elkin.
These events will feature working literary critics sharing their philosophies, methods, and complaints, and to further the conversation about what criticism is and what it is for. For our first event we welcome Lila Azam Zanganeh, whose fearless, triumphant first book, The Enchanter: Nabokov and Happiness, shreds the straitjacket of conventional literary criticism, tackling the subject of happiness in the celebrated author’s work from an array of different angles – literary commentary, biography, memoir, glossary, even an invented interview between herself and Nabokov. Lila Azam Zanganeh was born in Paris to Iranian parents. Sign up for our newsletter!
Printable Word List for Poetry Magnet Craft. How To: Organize a Poetry Slam for Your Cause. Who says you can't use art to promote change?
Poetry is a great way to tell people about your cause, while getting them to take action. Before you do anything, go to a few poetry slams in your area. This will give you some tips on what to do and what not to do for your own event. If you don’t have any slams nearby, you can rent a documentary.You want to find a space big enough for a lot of people.
Your school’s library, auditorium, community center, town hall, or a nearby café can work.Get your friends and family to help out. SourcesPower Poetry: online poetry slams for teen poets. The Seminar Contest. There’s only one thing we love more than writing, and that’s Alan Rickman.
It’s true! Our list goes: writing, Alan Rickman, cupcakes, fake mustaches, spelling colour with the letter u, and then it just repeats forever. So when we found out about the new Broadway comedy, Seminar, in which Alan Rickman plays Leonard–a celebrity writer who mentors four students by showering them with indignities (and general inappropriateness) before mercilessly tearing their writing apart–we were sold. If we were to wear a fake mustache to the show, eat a cupcake during the performance, and then wait outside the theater to ask Mr. Rickman to sign the word colour on our playbill, ALL OF THE GREATEST THINGS would be in one place. Want to join us? (l-r) Hamish Linklater, Alan Rickman, Lily Rabe (standing), Hettienne Park (seated), and Jerry O’Connell (foreground) in a scene from "Seminar" on Broadway at the Golden Theatre.
How To Enter:1. You have until February 9, 11:59 to enter. PLUS! Yes, I’m a Waitress: Why I Have a Great Summer Gig. While my friends were off planning fancy trips to countries I had never heard of, I was scouring the classifieds for a summer job.
By the time April rolled around, I had given up on finding an internship. While being a high school student has its perks, such as free rent and food, obtaining an internship is not one of them. “School credit” this and “age 18 or older” that made me feel pretty discouraged leading into the first few days of summer. I had no plans or money, and all of my friends had left me for bigger and more exciting things. Don’t cry for me yet; I picked myself up, got into my ancient sedan and drove to the local shopping district.
10 Extracurriculars That Look Awesome On Any Resume. Though picking a major can be tough, sometimes deciding which clubs and activities to sign up for can be just as frustrating.
You want extracurriculars to impress your future employers, but what if you don’t know who those employers are or what kind of job you’re going to want? We know that deciding on a post-grad career path can be stressful, but that doesn’t mean choosing your extracurriculars has to be. We’ve put together a list of the best activities that are useful for any career path, so if you’re undecided about the future (or just want to beef up your google cal), read on! 1. Public serviceNo matter what you want to do with your life, employers will always be impressed that you used your personal time to help others. For University of Connecticut grad Kyle Heaslip, participating in public service such as Habitat for Humanity and Cross Cultural Connection was fulfilling in more ways than one. 2. 3. 4. 5. Her Campus Contest Rules. 1. Eligibility The Her Campus Contest (the “Promotion”) is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including District of Columbia) and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are at least thirteen (13) years old as at the time of entry.
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