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Simple Matters

Author : Erin Boyle
ISBN : 9781613128824
Genre : House & Home
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For anyone looking to declutter, organize, and simplify, author Erin Boyle shares practical guidance and personal insights on small-space living and conscious consumption. At once pragmatic and philosophical, Simple Matters is a nod to the growing consensus that living simply and purposefully is more sustainable not only for the environment, but for our own happiness and well-being, too. Boyle embraces the notion that “living small” is beneficial and accessible to us all—whether we’re renting a tiny apartment or purchasing a three-story house. Filled with personal essays, projects, and helpful advice on how to be inventive and resourceful in a tight space, Simple Matters shows that living simply is about making do with less and ending up with more: more free time, more time with loved ones, more savings, and more things of beauty.

Simple Matters

Author : Jenny Mustard
ISBN : 9781423649649
Genre : Self-Help
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Simplify your home, health, and lifestyle with the help of Scandinavian minimalist sensation, Jenny Mustard. In a beautiful collection of essays, Simple Matters challenges readers to simplify their life by prioritizing emotional and physical health, curating a personal style, and pursuing one’s dreams. Jenny Mustard has created a unique lifestyle book that taps into the ever-increasing human longing for less clutter and more meaning, be it at home, at work, or in our relationships. By encouraging readers to make their surroundings a little more lovely, to simplify eating habits and wardrobe, to travel with purpose and ease, and to discover what they truly want to dream about and focus on, Jenny provides the inspiration to curate one’s everyday life into something simple, realistic, and utterly enjoyable. Simultaneously inspirational and aspirational, Jenny’s content is positive, personal, and inclusive—42 essays cover everything from simple kitchen staples, the art of the travel plan, indulgent eating, addiction, failure as a road to success, the makings of a happy relationship, the red thread, building a career, and the Scandinavian way at home. Jenny Mustard is a minimalist YouTube sensation, fashion blogger, lifestyle influencer, and a vegan food, travel, and design lover. She has worked with prestigious brands and well-known social media personalities, and has been featured in magazines and online articles all over the world. Together with her fiance and business partner David, she also runs the morning show YouTube channel The Mustards, as well as a popular podcast of the same name. She is a Swede living in Berlin, by way of London. You can find her at JennyMustard.com.

A Simple Matter Of Salt

Author : Renate Lellep Fernandez
ISBN : 9780520301696
Genre : Medical
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Why do certain easily preventable diseases persist in the modern world? Renate Lellep Fernandez sheds light on this paradox by investigating the high incidence of iodine deficiency disease (IDD) among mountain villagers in northern Spain. Just as the mystery of non-prevention leads the author far beyond the confines of a single place, so are the experiences of these villagers rich in lessons for biocultural anthropology and public health in many contexts. The symptoms of iodine deficiency include not only the disfiguring goiters associated with the disease but also a catalog of more serious and even fatal complications. The burden of caring for victims of IDD has taxed the resources of this Spanish village beyond reason. Yet even though its people were—and are—eager for good health and quick to take advantage of modern medical treatment, which has long been available, until very recently they failed to learn that iodized salt prevents the disease. A Simple Matter of Salt unveils the social and political obstacles that have impeded the successful dissemination of preventive knowledge. Here are valuable implications for the prevention of other endemic diseases on a global scale. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1990.

Negative Images

Author : Bruce M Kirk
ISBN : 9781351915533
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That black young people have been subject to unequal treatment in the youth justice system has been the belief of some individuals and groups, reinforced, at best, by anecdotal evidence. Negative Images: A Simple Matter of Black and White? provides not only evidential weight to uphold this view but also provides some insights into the processes by which it comes about. Findings of a case study detailed in the book demonstrate how in one youth court black youths were over-represented amongst those receiving high-tariff sentencing and that this over-representation could not be explained by seriousness or persistence of offending. Whilst responsibility for differential sentencing has often been laid at the door of Magistrates, this study reveals how social work court report practice may be contributing to the situation.

A Simple Matter Of Justice

Author : Angelia R. Wilson
ISBN : UCSC:32106013187635
Genre : Social Science
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Investigates the intention, meaning and impact of existing concepts of justice regarding the legal status of lesbians and gay men. This work considers contemporary lobbying efforts in different countries and assesses whether current ideas of justice are relevant to campaigns against discrimination.

Governing Policies Manual For Medical Practices

Author : Alys Novak
ISBN : 1568290799
Genre : Medical
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This indispensable policy-development tool will help you streamline practice operations with detailed information and advice about board issues, including strategic planning, officers and committees, physician issues, including bioethics, compensation, disability, licensing and physician recruitment, and business issues, including bad debt, business ethics, employee discounts, harrassment, political contributions and unfunded patients. Includes sample policies and a disk of generic policies to customize for your practice.

Momus

Author : Leon Battista Alberti
ISBN : 0674010655
Genre : Immortality
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Marsilio Ficino's Platonic evangelising was eminently successful and widely influential. His 'Platonic Theology' is one of the keys to understanding the art, thought, culture, and spirituality of the Renaissance.

Proactive Reviews

Author : Ditte Kolbaek
ISBN : 9788771146523
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Target group This book is for practitioners. The target group is employees and managers in knowledgebased organizations such as pharmaceutical companies, engineering consultants, and IT businesses, and I feel quite convinced that public sector organisations such as hospitals or the police could benefit from adopting the methods introduced here as well. The size of the organisation is not crucial; however what is crucial is the need to learn from experience. The more the organisation depends on information and development, the more important it is that the relevant employees are able to create this knowledge as fast as possible. Managers who are looking for a method for knowledge sharing and knowledge creation can just read chapters one and two. The remaining chapters go into more details and are aimed at employees and managers who are to run the process of Proactive Reviews within their organisation. David Gurteen, Director, Gurteen Knowledge The Proactive Review is the one of simplest and most effective of all knowledge sharing tools. The is book is a highly practical handbook that explains the review process in detail. If you wish to help the people in your organisation to more effectively share their knowledge with each other then read this book. Wayne Watters, Vice President for Organizational Development, Oracle EMEA The structured process of a Proactive Review - in which a facilitator guides the discussion reveals information, challenges, and observations that otherwise may not have been explicitly understood or addressed during the actual activities.

Open Secret

Author : Elliot R. Wolfson
ISBN : 9780231520317
Genre : Religion
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Menaḥem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994) was the seventh and seemingly last Rebbe of the Habad-Lubavitch dynasty. Marked by conflicting tendencies, Schneerson was a radical messianic visionary who promoted a conservative political agenda, a reclusive contemplative who built a hasidic sect into an international movement, and a man dedicated to the exposition of mysteries who nevertheless harbored many secrets. Schneerson astutely masked views that might be deemed heterodox by the canons of orthodoxy while engineering a fundamentalist ideology that could subvert traditional gender hierarchy, the halakhic distinction between permissible and forbidden, and the social-anthropological division between Jew and Gentile. While most literature on the Rebbe focuses on whether or not he identified with the role of Messiah, Elliot R. Wolfson, a leading scholar of Jewish mysticism and the phenomenology of religious experience, concentrates instead on Schneerson's apocalyptic sensibility and his promotion of a mystical consciousness that undermines all discrimination. For Schneerson, the ploy of secrecy is crucial to the dissemination of the messianic secret. To be enlightened messianically is to be delivered from all conceptual limitations, even the very notion of becoming emancipated from limitation. The ultimate liberation, or true and complete redemption, fuses the believer into an infinite essence beyond all duality, even the duality of being emancipated and not emancipated an emancipation, in other words, that emancipates one from the bind of emancipation. At its deepest level, Schneerson's eschatological orientation discerned that a spiritual master, if he be true, must dispose of the mask of mastery. Situating Habad's thought within the evolution of kabbalistic mysticism, the history of Western philosophy, and Mahayana Buddhism, Wolfson articulates Schneerson's rich theology and profound philosophy, concentrating on the nature of apophatic embodiment, semiotic materiality, hypernomian transvaluation, nondifferentiated alterity, and atemporal temporality.

A Letter To The Lord Chancellor

Author : John Hope
ISBN : HARVARD:AH4LJA
Genre : Church and state
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