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(Pictured: Isle of Pandasia) The news can be a little scary as of late, and when you’re cooped up inside it’s easy to get stuck in a loop of not-so-positive thoughts. In fact, our brains are wired to remember negative experiences more easily than moments of kindness. However, it is absolutely possible to change your mental habits to make your day to day more fulfilling, and not just by watching videos of dog dancing competitions. Although there’s nothing wrong with that. An important step in this process is mindfulness. The act of being truly present and appreciating the moment has a
Hello everyone! I am an aspiring novelist who is nearing the date of publication of my premiere novel, Rasere's War. It is a novel primarily inspired by Second Life and the people I've met there. I've completed the first draft and have gone through several revisions so far. I've gotten most of the typos cleaned up so far, so spell checkering isn't the top priority. I am looking for constructive feedback on story structure, character development, and word flow. The type of reader I am looking for must be interested in one or more of the following; Sci-Fi, virtual worlds, military fic
I am doing a PhD study in Second Life and I need a teacher and students for my project. I have a school that I am transferring to SL. In addition, I need certified teachers needed for innovative, futurist K-12 virtual school. Full and part time positions, all subjects are available. Pinecrest Virtual Academy teaches to core concepts and themes, not tests and has virtual textbooks with changeable design. Our worldwide school welcomes teachers from all countries. Must be able to speak and write in English and have teacher certification or a PhD. Computer with high-speed internet and good co