Becoming mobile in today’s world is important. Whether it’s going to the kitchen or getting to work, mobility of some kind is important to get us there. There are numerous ways we can get from one place to another, but one viable option is with a scooter. Scooters are most often used by elderly people or those with health problems. Those who use a scooter range from all ages and all walks of life. Being on your feet on a consistent basis can be bad for the health because it is the support structure for your body. The elderly and those with health problems should take advantage of the scooter because it is an effective and easy way to get around. There are many Pride mobility scooters and mobile devices that can meet the needs of anyone who needs one.
Many department stores place their refreshments on the top floor or near high profit items. To get to the top floor and out again, you have to pass all their retail items twice.
Our inner physical world includes our sense of sight, touch, taste, sound and smell. When we experience our world with all of these, we create a fuller expression of our environment. This implies, for example, that when we take a walk in the park, we don’t see the trees, water, people and voices, in the same way every time. We actively listen to the way the wind sounds as it سبانجا ومعشوقية through leaves and the laughter of children. We see the loneliness and heaviness in someone’s face and her walk. It is seeing and listening with our heart, as well as our mind and having the emotional freedom to see, listen and smell deeply, with intention. We can, if we try, take a moment to experience a tree in different ways: responsive to its environment, life giving, alive with it’s own history.
If you like being in the great outdoors and attempting to survival skills by living off the land, why not go on an Australian Walkabout? These have gained popularity since one of the main characters form the television show Lost attempted to go on one. The original thought for an Australian Walkabout was for you and your fellow adventurers to get out into the Australian Outback on a guided tour. When you go on a walkabout, you are living off the land in its entirety. You gather your own food, construct your own shelter from the available materials and take on any “elements” that might come your way (weather, wild animals, etc). It is kind of like extreme camping and can be incredibly fulfilling.
You’ll have more time to see a pothole if you leave more room between you and the car in front of you. The canyon-like crater he or she just missed may be the pothole you slam hard into.
The law of 3’s is one rule not many people know about. By dividing your camera view of the picture you’d like to take into 3’s across and down so you end up with 9 squares through your view finder. Place the subject you wish to take a photo of covering 1/3 or 2/3 of your view. Don’t always look for symmetrical shots. You can create a more interesting photo if your subject or main focus is off to the side. When taking landscape shots use the law of 3’s going horizontally through the view finder. Have 1/3 foreground 2/3 background. Remembering this simple rule you’ll have great travel photos that are captivating.
When you’re done, it’s always a good idea to get it down on paper and put it somewhere where you can see it periodically. Create a Word document, select a great font, put a sheet of pretty or bright-colored paper in the printer and…voila! If you’re really “o-c” like I tend to be, put it in a plastic sleeve and tack it to the bulletin board in your schoolroom or kitchen. Refer to it when you’re being bombarded with activities that seem “good” to get involved in – but may take you off course or make your life just plain crazy! A vision can keep your life – and your homeschool – sane. In fact, I think I’m gonna go back and work on ours right now…