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Your Brain Is Not The Boss Of You, By Lorie Marsh
The way I like to think about the function of my conscious brain is that it is a great filterer. All my senses register inputs, and my brain handily notes, labels, sorts, files, stores, and compares them.
But, like a puppy, my brain can be all over the place.
If you've ever taken a walk with a puppy, you've probably noted that they don't step along in a straight line. Nope.
I hear something buzzing thing over there!
What is that smell?? Oooh, I've gotta roll in it. This is the best sm--
RABBIT! I gotta catch it! Let me run. I gotta run! Nope? Okay.
Look what I can do! Look! I can pick up this stick with my teeth! Mmmm, drool. Must chew stick...
(Drops the stick) Do you hear that buzz??
Local Authors Slate Book Launch, by megan smith
What does it take to make a teen happy? A new phone? New car? New clothes? According to local authors C.J. Staples and Lily Ness, the secret is in a new mindset. “I’ve heard a lot of people say ‘oh the world is against me!’ But really it’s not. It’s actually helping you and you’ve just got to find the right mindset to be able to listen to it,” says Ness, a junior at Mound Westonka High School.
Ness is 17-years-old and a lover of photography and anything else that allows her to express her creativity. She hopes to attend art school after high school and is considering pursuing her passion for photography. The book features photos by Ness. Her grandmother, Staples, is a Mound Westonka alum herself, and a Joyful Living Coach with a passion for personal growth and development. She has studied Abraham-Hicks’ Law of Attraction for more than 16 years, as well as the teachings of many other individuals in her field. These studies are the basis for their first book, “Cakewalk - The Science of Happy.”
On rewriting inner dialog to defeat the inner critic, By AJ Frenzel
When I was 39, I decided to run a marathon because I knew I couldn’t.
I *knew* I couldn’t. That was my story.
I admired runners, but I was not a runner. I wanted to like running but it hurt and I wasn’t good at it. That was my story.
Turns out my running story was fiction!
So, what does this have to do with Money, you ask? Everything.