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📒Get It Together ✍ Melanie Cullen
📝Get It Together Book Synopsis : Get your life organized with the best workbook available! Paperwork, personal information, and passwords aren’t always easy to find, and organizing your records can seem like an intimidating task. But, whether you need to get a handle on records for yourself, your family or your executor, Get It Together will show you how to organize: instructions for survivors secured places and passwords estate planning documents funeral arrangements employment records insurance policies tax records retirement accounts government benefits real estate records and more. For those concerned about sensitive information like passwords, Get It Together lets you: Securely store an unlimited number of passwords while keeping them handy. Decide whether you want to record your information electronically or by hand. Choose the way you want to organize your passwords—for example, alphabetically or by type of product or service. Easily add related notes, such as security questions. This workbook provides a complete system for structuring and organizing your information and documents into a records binder. For each topic, you will find helpful content, rich resources and step-by-step instructions. All forms are downloadable through a link printed in the book.
📒Get It Together For College ✍ College Board
📝Get It Together for College Book Synopsis : Draws on the counsel of the collegeboard.com Web site to inform high school students on how to organize their college applications efforts in order to stay on top of required tests, forms, letters of recommendation, and interviews, in a resource that provides supplemental coverage of everything from selecting a college to packing for dorm life. Original.
📒Get It Together ✍ Ermitha Gracia
📝Get It Together Book Synopsis : Get It Together is a spiritual book to help young adults get their lives together. This book is for those who choose to put their dreams and plans on hold for someone else, those who are confuse on finding the right person to spend their lives with, those who are wasting times on a guy or female who doesn't even appreciate them, and for those who are looking down on other people and countries. "Please remember, what ever or who ever meant to be will be" Time is clicking; it's time to find your purpose for being on earth. Get over it, get it together and get moving. By Ermitha Gracia the author. Read it is important, but put it in practice is the main point.
📒Get It Together ✍ Tim Erickson
📝Get it Together Book Synopsis : "'Get It Together' gives math teachers materials to introduce and foster cooperative problem solving in their classrooms. Cooperative learning helps student see that mathematics doesn't have to be learned in isolation. It helps all students succeed in math. 'Get It Together' is a collection of over 100mathematics problems for groups of 2-6 students in grades 4 and beyond. The problems cover a wide range of subject matter and difficulty. The book also includes advice on management and assessment"--Cover, p. 4.
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📒Get It Together ✍ Akua Duku Anokye
📝Get it Together Book Synopsis : Get It Together is a thematically-organized reader that focuses on issues and events that concern African Americans and promotes critical thinking about how these issues impact the lives of all Americans. An underlying notion of the book is that the key issues for African Americans have not substantially changed through American history. The readings were chosen to assert a need for initiative on the part of the student writer and encourage change through analysis, research, discussion, and involvement. Students are presented with the opportunity to formulate their own initiatives to "get it together."
📒Getting It Together ✍ Jeanne Dolphus Cotton
📝Getting It Together Book Synopsis : If approached with an open mind and an awareness of the need for personal change Getting It Together embarks the reader on a delightful, informative, and productive journey with a direct focus on 'YOU'. Cotton has designed this unique book to give persons an in-depth study of the inner dynamics of man, his inner and outer actions with himself, mankind, the living process, and the universe. Contents: PART I: YOU; What Time Is It? Formula for Good Life and Living; A Journey Into You; You Are the Key; Tripology of You; Mind; Conscious Phase; Sub-Conscious Phase; Super-Conscious Phase; The Human Mind/Brain; The Brain/Spinal Column; The Psychology of Consciousness; Attention & Awareness; Cosmic Consciousness; Body; Nutrition; Spirit; The Who of You; Therapeutic Affirmations; Roles; The Who of Me Worksheet; Roles Worksheet; Attitudes; Personal Attitude Worksheet; Emotions; Anger; My Emotions Worksheet; Self-Concept; My Self-Concept Worksheet; Self-Image Information; The Universe and You; Personality; My Personality Worksheet; The What of You; Know for Thyself; PART II: LIFE; Life Is; The Laws That Be; PART III: LIVING; Living Is; Determinants for Quality Living; The Within Experience; Prayer; Meditation; Subdue Dominionistic Approach; Believe; Suggested Therapies; How to Choose a New Life; What Is Health?; How to Get Started Toward the New You; Start on the Right Track; Bibliography.
📒Get It Together ✍ Zoe Williams
📝Get It Together Book Synopsis : Whether we have children or not we all want the future to be fairer and happier; and Zoe Williams believes that we need to make that happen collectively. GET IT TOGETHER is a rousing call to arms for us all to play our part in creating a more equal society. Zoe believes that it’s not enough to sit back and watch as our NHS slides away from us; as the young and low earners are forced out of London; as hundreds of thousands of people nationally drift into poverty; as education becomes increasingly divided and as the wealthiest five people in Britain earn more than the poorest 20%. Zoe will address key questions including: has the NHS had its day; has an immigrant stolen your job; have you ever wondered why you can't afford a house; and who got us into this mess anyway? She will then offer up, in answer, a combination of fact, opinion and debate that will be as inspiring as it is important. Zoe Williams brings together here all the arguments that occupy the current political landscape and shows us that on all levels, it’s lunacy to be anything other than left-wing unless you’re actually already an oligarch. She offers us the debate in a truly entertaining way - she’s pacey, conversational and funny. This is a road map for a better future that will be a major part of the debate in the run up to the election next May.
📒Get It Together Delilah ✍ Erin Gough
📝Get It Together Delilah Book Synopsis : Seventeen-year-old Delilah Green wouldn't have chosen to do her last year of school this way, but she figures it's working fine. While her dad goes on a trip to fix his broken heart after her mom left him for another man, Del manages the family cafe. Easy, she thinks. But what about homework? Or the nasty posse of mean girls making her life hell? Or her best friend who won't stop guilt-tripping her? Or her other best friend who might go to jail for love if Del doesn't do something? But really, who cares about any of that when all Del can think about is beautiful Rosa who dances every night across the street. . . . Until one day Rosa comes in the cafe door. And if Rosa starts thinking about Del, too, then how in the name of caramel milkshakes will Del get the rest of it together?
📒Get It Together ✍ Damian Barr
📝Get it Together Book Synopsis : This is a constructive and down-to-earth guide to all the milestones you face in your twenties - first job, debt, considering pensions, redundancy, buying a place or renting, moving in together - and how to deal with them. Get It Together is structured in four parts - Work, Money, Housing and Relationships - and examines the problems they raise as well as providing lists of resources, helpful advice, and answers to the some of the questions most affecting people in their twenties - and beyond: How do you negotiate pay in your first job? Do you have to have a pension or should you just sell a kidney to buy a flat? How much debt is too much? and is it possible to be terminally single? After surviving his own quarterlife crisis, and interviewing hundreds of others in the same situation, Damian Barr has written a practical, reassuring and funny guide to sorting yourself out in your wilderness years.