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Oola For Women

Author : Dave Braun
ISBN : 9780757319846
Genre : Self-Help
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If you haven't heard of the 'Oola phenomenon' yet, it's time to catch up. First, though, you need to understand what it is: Oola is that state of awesomeness you experience when your life is balanced and growing in all the key areas of health and well-being. It can be a noun or a verb. It can be a destination or a feeling. It can be as complex as a life growing and balanced in fitness, finance, family, field, faith, friends, and fun (the 7 F's of Oola), or as simple as a sunset, a quiet book on the beach, or a special moment with a child. It is that place we all shoot for in life. That feeling we experience and that we celebrate in our successes along the way. In short, Oola is cool. Since the first copy of the original book, Oola: Find balance in an Unbalanced World, rolled off the presses a few years ago, the Oola Lifestyle has become a literal phenomenon--a dynamic movement. OolaPalooza live events have been routinely sold out since the day they were started, and the Oola message has been taken to countless cities across America and to every major city in the world via 700,000+ Oola fans on social media. In their 1970s VW Surf bus, authors Troy Amdahl and Dave Braun have taken their OolaDream tour on the road, from coast-to-coast, collecting dreams and goals for a balanced life from people who adorn their vehicle with colorful Oola stickers. The OolaGuys know that women are the ultimate multitaskers. While a circus performer might spin seven plates in a single show, women spin seven plates--figuratively--every day. They not only juggle kids, family, and home life, they also juggle work responsibilities, customers and clients, make constant business decisions, handle professional events and so many related activities that it's truly mind-boggling how much a woman can pack into a 24-hour day. In this Oola especially for them, the book shows, through the experiences of 54 inspiring women, how to overcome unexpected hardships, and transform the juggling act of everyday life into a dream lifestyle of simplicity, tranquility, abundance, and opportunity. That's what 'living Oola' means--and it's not only an attainable goal, but a well-deserved reward.
Category: Self-Help

When Women Held The Dragon S Tongue

Author : Hermann Rebel
ISBN : 1845456203
Genre : History
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"Peasants tell tales," one prominent cultural historian tells us (Robert Darnton). Scholars must then determine and analyze what it is they are saying and whether or not to incorporate such tellings into their histories and ethnographies. Challenging the dominant culturalist approach associated with Clifford Geertz and Marshall Sahlins among others, this book presents a critical rethinking of the philosophical anthropologies found in specific histories and ethnographies and thereby bridges the current gap between approaches to studies of peasant society and popular culture. In challenging the methodology and theoretical frameworks currently used by social scientists interested in aspects of popular culture, the author suggests a common discursive ground can be found in an historical anthropology that recognizes how myths, fairytales and histories speak to a universal need for imagining oneself in different timescapes and for linking one's local world with a "known" larger world.
Category: History

My Zulu Myself

Author : Joy Chambers
ISBN : 9780755393497
Genre : Fiction
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My Zulu, Myself is Joy Chambers' magnificent epic saga, set against the tumultuous background of Zululand and the Zulu war of 1879. The perfect read for fans of Margaret Leroy and Tamara McKinley. 'An epic saga and meticulously researched: this is an understatement' - Daily Telegraph, Sydney From the moment John Lockley saves the Zulu boy, Darlengi, from drowning, they almost believe they are true brothers; born on the same day, never knowing their mothers, they spend their formative years together sharing a deep and abiding love for their country of South Africa. But when loves intervenes in the young men's lives, tragedy appears, and all they hold dear is threatened as they fight to maintain a relationship across cultures and a deeply divided nation. What people are saying about My Zulu, Myself: 'Joy Chambers researches information and produces a story that captures you and makes it difficult to put the book down' 'A lovely romantic novel with historical interest' 'Excellent story, wonderful characters and brilliantly written'
Category: Fiction

Money And Happiness

Author : Laura Rowley
ISBN : 9780471728566
Genre : Business & Economics
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Praise for Money & Happiness "Laura Rowley makes us all understand the money-happinessconnection in our own lives so that we spend our time and ourefforts wisely. She gets to the heart of why money can bringfeelings of stress, joy, and freedom, and Rowley offers insightthat every reader can use to make smarter decisions that will leadto living a rich life in every possible definition of theterm." --Lucy Danziger, Editor in Chief, Self magazine "This is a wry and companionable guide to getting your finances inbetter sync with your values, and who wouldn't be enriched bythat?" --Melinda Henneberger, Contributing Editor, Newsweek "Money and Happiness takes cold, hard, financial information andwarms it up through the voice of your best friend. You'll find outhow to achieve your life dreams, and avoid money nightmares. Thecost of this book may be the best investment you'll evermake." --Kevin McKinley, CFP, author of Make Your Kid a Millionaire andhost of public radio's On Your Money "Let Laura Rowley guide you to a rational and rewarding life byhelping you re-order your approach to your financial well-being.This book covers all the dimensions you need to know about how toplan properly for your reality. She teaches that you need not beloaded to be happy. And she shows you how to set, then achieve,your goals. For your sanity, Rowley is a welcome antidote to thewave of materialism washing over our culture." --Allan Dodds Frank, Bloomberg Television
Category: Business & Economics

Women In The Comics

Author : Maurice Horn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002548159
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Australian Writers 1950 1975

Author : Selina Samuels
ISBN : STANFORD:36105117953369
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Gives a picture of Australian literary production in the period from the accession of Robert Menzies through the dreary 1950s and the upsurge of the 1960s, to the years of Gough Whitlam and his removal from office with Kerr's coup.
Category: Literary Criticism

Kaye Gibbons

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass
ISBN : 9781476611198
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With novels like Ellen Foster and A Virtuous Woman, award-winning writer Kaye Gibbons has gained both critical acclaim and a large, devoted following among readers. This literary companion equips the reader with information about characters, plots, dates, allusions, literary motifs, and themes from the bestselling author’s works. After an annotated chronology of Gibbons’ life, the work presents 103 A-Z entries that include Snodgrass’s analysis, cover the writings of reviewers and critics, and provide selected bibliographies. Appendices offer an historical timeline with references to corresponding historical events from Gibbons’ novels, along with a list of 42 topics for group or individual research projects.
Category: Literary Criticism