1. Be Curious: Having a curious mind or being curious is the first step in gaining knowledge. A curious mind is filled with insightful questions and actively seeks answers. Take a look at your personality or reflect and see if you are naturally curious about the things around you, your community or anything you happen to come across. The questions you ask determine the kind of answers you receive and they lead you to the path of learning. When a curious mind hits a wall, they seek knowledge and when they find that knowledge, they melt down that wall. Therefore, curiosity is the road to lifelong learning. Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find.
Hi Pals, I guess it's a bit late to share my October reading list. But I'll do it anyway. So here we go Blanche On The Lam By Barbara Neely The first on my list is Blanche on the lam. The author is Barbara Neely. This is the first book out of the four book… Continue reading My October Reading List
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All kids have moments that make you feel like a completely useless parent (like, say, when your four-year-old races up and down the halls of your grandmother’s nursing home yelling ‘Why are there so many OLD people here?’). And every childhood is marked by rough patches (see: grades five to eight). But if family life is… Continue reading Challenging Child? Here Are the Best Books to Help You Diagnose and Deal
By Adanna Anita Adanna We’ve all been there: The moment you let yourself believe that if you just close your eyes for five minutes, you’ll wake up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle your assignments. Chances are, though, that once you let yourself “rest your eyes,” they’re going to stay that way for much longer… Continue reading How to Not Fall Asleep while Reading Your Textbooks