Cicero Learning: An Improved Ancient Educational Model For Today's Kids

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Feb 22, 2024 / 0 comments

The field of education is in turmoil these days, for a variety of reasons. Countless families are searching for additional ways to provide the best education possible for their kids.

But where to start?

How do you know what to look for, whom to trust, and educational outcomes that prioritize your kid and their educational journey?

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Travel Planning Tips & Advice

Traveling can be a positive experience when you plan and prepare right in advance. You don’t want to just wing it and hope for the best.

Instead, you want to make sure you have a good idea of what you will do and see on your next vacation. Be glad to know that there are actions you can take that will help you enjoy traveling more.

Here are our four best travel planning tips and advice so you can have a great time on your next trip.

Music for Wisdom, Hope, and Connection

by Kerry Dexter /
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Feb 19, 2024 / 0 comments

Many things in the world seem unsettled these days. Events in the news may make circumstances in day to day life seem more challenging, too.

There is wisdom, hope, community, rest, and fresh perspective to be found in music, in many ways and through music of many sorts.

Have a listen to the creativity of these musicians. Seek out their wisdom and ideas through these ever-changing times.

Music for Wisdom, Hope, and Connection

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D-Day Landings: A Travel Guide to Normandy’s Beaches and Battlegrounds: Sainte-Mère-Église

Published to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the military mission that changed World War II, D-Day Landings: A Travel Guide to Normandy’s Beaches and Battlegrounds is Bradt’s new guidebook to visiting beaches, memorials, museums, battlefields, and other sites associated with D-Day and the Battle of Normandy (Operation Overlord). A simple-to-follow, portable guide for independent travellers, it will help visitors to explore World War II history.

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Research for Indigenous Social Action and Equity Conference in Tulalip, Washington

The Research for Indigenous Social Action and Equity Center (RISE) ( at the University of Michigan) will host its inaugural Research for Indigenous Social Action and Equity Conference (RISE Conference) from March 11-13, 2024, at the Tulalip Resort in Tulalip, WA.

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Inspiration is Everywhere

by Stacey Ebert /
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Feb 05, 2024 / 0 comments

“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be” - Ralph Waldo Emerson

A shooting star, the first snowflake, a rainbow after a storm, a child’s laughter, an act of kindness, the innocent check-in of a furry red muppet—inspiration is everywhere if only we pause a moment to look. 

It’s in that awe when we witness a magical moment, the wonder experienced through curious questioning, the joy of a quokka’s quizzical smile, and so much more. When we open our eyes, it’s everywhere…can you see it? 

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Dating educated professionals: Find a partner online

If you want to date a goal-oriented person with a good career and perspectives in life, but can’t find one in real life, then dating platforms such as can be your best option. But even the best dating site for educated professionals won’t help you unless you learn how to present yourself and build your relationship.

We’ve collected some tips on how to present yourself on a dedicated platform and create an amazing first impression. Use them to find your perfect match!

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Getting Kids to Try New Foods at Restaurants

Lemongrass chicken. That’s what my oldest ordered the last week at Peppermint, a Thai restaurant we went to as a family. When her dish came everyone, my husband included, couldn’t wait to try her dish–it was stunning. Thin slices of charbroiled chicken topped with veggies, a light brown sauce that was wafting citrusy scents in all directions, and on top a batch of fried, crispy spinach. I didn’t even know you could fry spinach!

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The Evolution of Running Sunglasses

A Glance Back and a Look Ahead

In the world of running, where every step is a testament to endurance and determination, the evolution of running sunglasses has been nothing short of remarkable. Over the years, these essential accessories have transcended their initial purpose of sun protection to become a blend of innovation and design.

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How to Master the Art of First Class Travel When You’re Inexperienced

Whether you’re traveling for work, a honeymoon, or just feeling like splurging a bit, getting the chance to go on first class is incredible. You deserve to have that opulent adventure, right? Once you travel first class, it’s hard to ever go back to economy! You should see it this way: embarking on a journey in first class is not just a mode of's an immersive experience that promises unparalleled luxury and sophistication.