Two jays calendars

Two jays calendars

Fr. john whiteford on the new calendar controversy in

Welcome to Jay’s Brick Blog’s regular countdown to the 2020 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar! This year, we’re back and bigger than ever, so check back every day for a reveal of each Star Wars Advent Calendar window as we count down the days until Christmas!
Every year, I look forward to the Advent Calendar Season because it has been a long tradition on the blog (since 2014! ), so if this is your first visit or you’re returning, welcome and I hope you enjoy the regular countdown updates!
If you’re new to the site, I update each window of the 2020 Star Wars Advent Calendar on a regular basis. I normally post updates in the morning, but if I’m too busy at work, I’ll post updates later in the day. I’ll update this post every day, as I don’t like the practice of writing new posts every day, but it does keep things cleaner.
Unlike other pages, I’m opening and window as I go, and I’ve been able to keep the spoilers to a minimum so that I can be as shocked as possible. Unless I’m traveling or away from home, all feedback, ideas, and responses are live as we go. There are no pre-planned images or thoughts.

Otis leavill – when the music grooves

The Blue Jays made their first postseason appearance in more than two decades in 2015, reaching the ALCS but falling two wins shy of the AL pennant. They were able to do so in part thanks to David Price, who was acquired at the trade deadline and went 9-1 in 11 starts.
Price signed a seven-year, $217 million extension with the Red Sox this week, putting an end to his brief stay in Toronto. His history with the Blue Jays will live on, thanks to his presence on the team’s official 2016 calendar (photo courtesy of @cbctom):
To be honest, this isn’t entirely the team’s fault. MLB licenses the photographs and manufactures the calendars through an independent company. That’s how Fenway Park made it into the Nationals’ schedule. But I’m not sure that helps to ease the blow.

How to import excel into google calendar by chris menard

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Nerd³ plays the outer worlds – captain knifes

I’m just wondering, if you’re reading this blog, what does your calendar show you’re up to? Is there something that says “Learning,” “Development,” or “Visionary Inspiration”… You see what I mean. It’s probably something along the lines of “Lunch” or “Make a doctor’s appointment.” Nothing is more important, or scarce, than your time as an entrepreneur and business owner. Its value stems in part from the fact that there isn’t any more of it; it’s a limited resource. In this essay, I’d like to share with you a different perspective on time. I’d like you to take three deep breaths and slow down. It’s incredible how the dust settles and the road becomes clearer when we avoid rushing from one thing to the next. Here’s how to start making better decisions, get your creative juices flowing again, and start making more of your time.
Entrepreneurs may be some of the most selfless individuals. To ensure that everyone’s needs are met, they will make room on their calendar for everyone else. Meetings, to-do lists, family time – you know, the essentials. Where, on the other hand, do you find time for yourself? Not just the 45 minutes you spend working out, but also the time you spend replying to emails. We also made a major cultural change in which we now correlate being busy with being productive. However, being efficient does not imply development. How can you be so busy and still feel like you’ve barely scratched the surface? Change your attitude to one that recognizes that your time is important and that you have control of how you spend it. Give yourself space to breathe and make yourself a priority.

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