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7 Marketing Strategies Every Broke Student Should Know and Avoid in 2021

Posted By Webnus on Blogging

https://webnus.net - For any business to grow, you need both time, resources, and money to set aside for marketing. However, when you are a student, your small business might not have the same resources as an enterprise-level business. On the bright side, there are effective strategies that you still achieve on a tight budget. All you need to do is to turn to the essay writing service experts at essayhub to help with your assignments so that you can find enough time for your marketing efforts.   Marketing Strategies Every Broke Student Should Know Here are some tips that you can use to achieve your business goals this year – without burning a hole in your wallet:   Perfect Your Marketing Pitch The attention span of the audience is getting narrower as years pass by. These days, you would be luc

You Don’t Have to Be Cheap (Or Even Frugal) to Make Good Money Decisions

Posted By wealthtender on Finance

https://wealthtender.com - After years of writing about personal finance, I can confirm something important. Many people strongly resist ‘frugality’, and some of them have very good reasons. One thing I’ve noticed is that if you grew up middle-class and secure, frugality can seem attractive and fun. If you grew up poor and deprived, frugality can be triggering […]
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Infinite Views by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

https://www.madefromrigallery.com - Rounding Beavertail Point. Passengers on the ship often asked where the "big waves" came from. We would explain that the "big waves" are "groundswells". We considered the groundswells to be a gentle roll, but that is perspective.

There would also be a jovial response of "Portugal". The response is close to accurate. Portugal is almost exactly due east from Rhode Island on Latitude 41° North.

So standing on the shore of Charlestown Beach, as waves rush in our oldest son asks where the waves come from. He's amazed staring off into what seems infinite. I explain that they come from well over the horizon, "Portugal". One part of the earth touching from what seems to be an infinite view. The consideration gives us perspective. 

Walking West by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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https://www.madefromrigallery.com - “If you are in a bad mood go for a walk. If you are still in a bad mood, go for another walk.” – Hippocrates

(This blog is a continuation of Walking East At Indian Run Reservoir)

There is a change in the temperament of scenery when shifting from east to west while hiking. The air changes with where one faces the breeze. The light changes as well, becoming brighter as one walks toward the afternoon sun. So too does the attitude of the hiker change.

I was not in a bad mood on this walk as the opening quote from Hippocrates might suggest. But, I found that my attitude having spent the time in thought in the snow had improved nonetheless. Like changing direction from east to west, everything was a little different... and even better than when I started.

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Into The Snowy Woods by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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https://www.madefromrigallery.com - "It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it."

~ John Burroughs

Walking to the edge of the woods, stepping over Holly buried in snow, the brightness is stunning. It comes from everywhere at once, unusual in the woods. The loud luminosity surrounds and envelops juxtaposed against the muffled footsteps. Awe-inspiring does not begin to express the feeling.

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Snowy Woods


Snowy WoodsBright and vibrant fresh snow on a new day at the entrance of the woods in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.




Snow Trail


Snow TrailBright and vibrant fresh snow on a new day at the entrance of the woods in South Kingsto

Swiss Homage In Westerly, Rhode Island by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

https://www.madefromrigallery.com - No, these photos are not displaying preparation to ascend Santis. These images are from the Ocean House on Watch Hill here in Rhode Island.

There is cross purposing for these Rhode Island Swiss images. I have a post-pandemic invitation to show some of my work in Basel, Switzerland. My photographic work coupled with my late grandfather's artwork from years past. My grandfather is a native son of Switzerland, born outside Basel in Bubendorf. He emigrated to the United States, Rhode Island, in 1900. For many years, my grandfather was a lithographer, general artist, engrosser, and calligrapher.

By the by, if you ever find yourself in the position of taking a gondola ride to the top of Santis, do so. The view is spectacular. In the same vein, if you ever find yourself in a position of ha

Behind Her Eyes, an Effective and Diverting Thriller – Netflix Review

Posted By BlazingMinds on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Appearing on Netflix in February 2021 is Behind Her Eyes. Based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Sarah Pinborough, Behind Her Eyes tells of a menage a trois between secretary Louise (Simona Brown), her boss David (Tom Bateman), and his wife Adele (Eve Hewson). Except that nothing is quite as it seems. […]
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Snow, Clouds, Rocks & Waves by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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Snow by the water at Black Point, Narragansett, Rhode Island




Snow by the shore is something that makes one choose. One either enjoys the snow by an area that they consider to be a summer place or not. Either way, the snow remains. I choose to enjoy the snow and the change of scenery.

Walking at Black Point, the scene is spectacular. The rocks covered in snow. Yes, we tread with care. The tide pools take on different hues as they ice over.

The waves still roll in and crash on the rocks. The soft, white clouds above frame the scene in the dying winter afternoon light. The scenes are enjoyable.

All photos are from our "Winter Scenes" Portfolio

Icy Tide Pools


Icy Tide PoolsSnow by the water at Black Point, Narragansett, Rhode Island




Icy

Snow Flows To Sea by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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Snow Flows To SeaThe snow on the rocks shapes itself as if water were flowing off the rocks to the water. At Black Point, Narragansett, Rhode Island.




Observing the snow on the rocks points to the natural ebb and flow of the shore. In studying the snow, it appears as graceful flowing water. In a sense, it is.

While the tide is out at this moment in time when the tide comes in and there is a storm, water drums in on these rocks. Over time, the receding waves have worn these rocks as the water seeks its natural level.

The snow has acted as a natural paintbrush to highlight the wave action. The ice shows the natural pools that form. This freezes the scene in place as the dynamic of the clouds move above and the waves below.

Soon, winter will recede as the water has.

Ripples And Stones by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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Ripples And StonesViewing rocks and stones in the water at Whale Rock Refuge in Narragansett, Rhode Island




Clear waters and the entrance of Narragansett Bay. The remarkable clarity of water found at the shore of Whale Rock Preserve reveals so much.

Among the revealed are stones of a variety of colors and textures. We have questioned this recent clarity and have wondered why this condition exists.

One reason for the cleanliness is the regular tidal current clearing these areas. We theorize that another reason is the relative recency of oyster and mussel farming. Oysters and mussels are bivalve water filters, cleaners, of water. Support for this theory is also the finding of eelgrass in various spots.

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