Well the first step in starting a movement in a cause I believe in is by choosing a cause. There are many causes that I’d like to choose by I think I should only pick one at a time and go from there. The biggest thing I’m dealing with right now is motivation… Motivation from work and motivation from school. At work, it seems like most people don’t want to do their work. All they are doing is going through the motions. In school, it’s mostly about myself trying to do the homework, but we are also talking about leadership and management and what it is like to be in that position. And I think that being in a position such as management has a huge influence on how employees work. If management doesn’t want to show up and prove that they are there for a reason or if management doesn’t care, then it shows that employees can and most likely will do the same. So I think choosing motivation as my movement is the right way to go. Now all I have to do is start it. Any ideas?
Your friendly and motivated blogger
I just started my first week in my Master’s program and so far so good. My Master’s degree is in Criminal Justice with a focus in Public Administration. I’m a full-time student, which means 3 classes a semester. I’m taking it all online, which definitely helps with coordinating around work. The semesters are 8 weeks long. Yeah I know, a lot in a short amount of time. But the faster I get it done, the better. Two of the three classes don’t seem to bad. The other one I’m a little worried about. What’s school though, if at least one class isn’t challenging? Well, there’s not much tell other than that right now. I did only start Monday. Signing off for now.
- Mediterranean Ave
- Baltic Ave
- Central Ave
- Vermont Ave
- Connecticut Ave
- St. Charles Place
- States Ave
- Virginia Ave
- St. James Place
- Tennesse Ave
- NY Ave
- Kentucky Ave
- Indiana Ave
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- Atlantic Ave
- Ventnor Ave
- Marvin Ave
- Pacific Ave
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- Pennsylvania Ave
- Park Place
- MLK Jr.
- Marvin Gardens
- Oriental Ave
- B&O Railroad
- Pennsylvania Railroad
- Reading Railroad
- Leicester Square
- Fenchurch Street Station
- Whitechapel Road
- Pentonville Road
- Trafalgar Square
- Fleet Street
- Old Kent Road
- Vine Street
- Oxford Street
- Angel Islington
- Park Land
- Bond Street
- Marlebone Station
- Pall Mall
- Bow Street
- Marlborough Street
- Coventry Street
- Euston Road
- Morthumberland Ave
Let me know if I’ve missed anything… But this should be all the properties on both editions.
February 29th… Happens once every four years… A birthday that someboy gets to celebrate once every four years… Do you know of anybody who is born on this day? Or how about a famous person on this day? Did you know that an estimated 187,000 Americans are born on this day?…. Or about 4 million people worldwide? February 28th is considered a person’s last day as their age… The next day is their birthday, obviously being March 1st… Unless it is the leap year.
Here are some famous people who were born on this day, I stuck with mostly sports:
- Benedikt Howedes – Soccer Player
- Benedikt was born in 1988 and plays for Germany. He started playing for Germany’s national team in 2011.
- Cullen Jones – Swimmer
- Cullen was born in 1984 in NY. Cullen has won multiple competitions and is known for being a 2x Olympian as well as a 3x World Champion for USA.
- Jack Lousma – Astronaut
- Jack started his career in the Marines and ended up being selected as one of 19 people by NASA in 1966. Jack has a huge history in honors and experience in the Marines, NASA, and Space Flight. If you would like to know more about Jack, here is the bio link to help get you started:
- Pepper Martin – Baseball Player (1904-1965)
- Pepper played baseball from 1928-1944.
- Taylor Twellman – Soccer Player
- Taylor was born in 1980 in Minnesota. He played 8 years of soccer with a total of 101 goals in 174 matches. He is now a lead analyst for ESPN for MLS as well as the US Men’s National Team matches.
If you are wondering where I got this information, it is from a quick google search… Mostly from sports-related websites like ESPN or USA swimming website (not that there is much information that I put in here to begin with, considering that I picked mostly sports stars).
If you’re wondering how I picked these people, well I like sports and history. Soccer is what I used to play, baseball is what I like to watch, swimming is a sport I knew nothing about but would like to learn and picking an astronaunt is part of our history. Knowledge is key. No matter what it is, it’s fun to learn (I know, dorky). It’s fun to research and maybe this will get readers to research these 5 people more (if you don’t already know who they are). For those who don’t know who these people are, we both learned something today. The amount of people that are born on this day, both civilian and celebrity. Just in celebrities, looking at one website, there were over 40 between actors/actresses, musicians/composers, and sports stars. Do your research. Let me know what you come up with. Like I said, knowledge is power.
Happy Leap Year!
The only thing that you absolutely have to know is the location of the library – Albert Einstein
Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are – Mason Cooley
Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers – Charles William Eliot
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one. – George RR Martin
A good book makes you want to live in the story. A great book gives you no choice. – Unknown
If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking – Haruki Murakami
If a book is well written, I always find it too short – Jane Austen
No two persons ever read the same book – Edmund Wilson
Good books don’t give up all their secrets at once – Stephen King
A good book is a magical thing that lets you travel to far away places without ever leaving your chair – Katrina Meyer
A classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say – Italo Calvino