Blog Posts - Lessons Learned



Smart style and fashion: are smartbands chic?

Smartbands are a great way to track your day-to-day activities making a great addition to managing your life and quality of your life. Small and compact devices worn like wristbands, bracelets, or watches, stuffed with powerful sensors, newest pieces...
by Smart Technologies on May 15, 2016

7 common misconceptions about smartbands

Wearable technology is here to stay and is getting high momentum on a day by day basis, year after year. Technology itself is evolving quite fast and newer technological solutions are available to consumers so fast, that keeping up seems […] Th...
by Smart Technologies on May 3, 2016

Swim for improving health and fitness: workout in the pool

When thinking of working out, your most obvious choices are by far: running, cycling or some other gym workout, for these there’s not much preparation needed neither need you look for some special place. Swimming is somewhat different and is [&...
by Smart Technologies on Apr 17, 2016

Improving sleep quality with modern sleep monitoring

Everyone keeps saying you should sleep better in order to wake up fresh for the next day. Do you care for how much you get to sleep? What does “better” mean? Is “longer” enough? How does one even begin to […] The post Im...
by Smart Technologies on Apr 3, 2016

Lessons Learned As A Solopreneur

Taking the leap to solopreneurship. I was speaking with someone recently who suggested that they’d like to make the leap one day and leave the corporate world.  They didn’t feel ready yet but suggested that maybe I could share my solopreneur “...
by A Cake Walk Life on Mar 8, 2016

Thoughts after 10 years of blogging

  “I should write a blog post about 10 years of blogging, but I’ll do it after I watch this basketball game.” That’s how I was thinking tonight about acknowledging a decade of publishing online. No careful marketing plan,...

The Chaos Sorcerer and How to Make Him Effective

One of the things I have really struggled with in 40K 7th edition is finding a way to make the Chaos Sorcerer function. I love the advent of the psychic phase for 7th. I feel it reigned in psykers a lot while at the same time letting them do their th...
by Creative Twilight on Jan 15, 2016

Why I’m Lucky To Have A Special Needs Family

Last night I was sitting outside on the porch, enjoying the fresh air and only slightly cool breeze that is a Texas winter, and had a rare, contented moment of thinking, “I love my family. I am SO lucky.”      For the ordin...

5 Lessons Professionals can Learn from Teachers

Fall is creeping up on us here in the Midwest and that can only mean one thing: school is back in session. Teachers have been preparing for the first day of school, getting their classroom set up, writing classroom rules, lesson planning, and figurin...

You Know You Hate Kuch Kuch Hota Hai When [#FridayLessons]

I got on the wrong side of my class when I watched Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and exclaimed, "What shit movie is this?!" They looked at me like I was a blasphemer. Like I had just uttered things-that-must-not-be-uttered. But the truth was that movie was stup...
by Petrichor and Clouds on Aug 6, 2015

Coffee

As I look back over my last few days of posts, I can see that apparently I've returned to my love of coffee. I can't say I am not happy about this. I truly do enjoy my daily coffee.Yesterday was our 14th wedding anniversary. It's been a wild and craz...
by LostBumblebee on Aug 5, 2015

Remembering Mark Twain's Teachings About Work & Play [#FridayLessons]

Anyone who’s read The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain as a child remembers the fence painting story. Anyone who’s not read it – you did not have an awesome childhood pick it up as soon as you can. In brief, the story emphasizes on how an...
by Petrichor and Clouds on Jul 23, 2015

Lessons to Learn from Ciara and Future’s Failed Relationship

If anyone knows me, they know I love music and I have three girl crushes from the industry- Rihanna, Beyonce’ and…. Ciara. Yes, Ciara.  She’s beautiful, talented and can dance her ass off. So, when Future (her ex and father to her...
by One Smart Sista on Jul 14, 2015

The Madurai Love Affair

I was born into a family of nomads.No, that’s an exaggeration, because I only wish we were nomads. But my parents loved travelling back in the day (they still do, but their health doesn’t let them share selfies on instagram anymore) and as a resu...
by Petrichor and Clouds on Jul 14, 2015

Little Big Man With His Little Big Presents

If history has taught us anything, it is that every generation has firmly believed that the generation before it is silly and ignorant, and the one that follows it is too cunning and smart for its own good! I often heard the phrase “When I was your...
by Petrichor and Clouds on Jul 12, 2015

Drone Crash – Advice and a few lessons learned

If you fly drones you will experience a drone crash (or perhaps many drone crashes).  Read this article to see how one pilot investigated, learned, and avoided future crashes. Our friends at Skylab Flight Systems are experts with the 3D Robotics lin...
by The Best Drone Info on Jun 13, 2015

The Butterfly Effect

If you have been following my blog since the very beginning, you'd find multiple posts where I have made snide remarks about my college. College was traumatic, to say the least and when a lot of people describe it as the best time of their lives, I f...
by Petrichor and Clouds on May 27, 2015

What a Retired Army Colonel Taught Me About Money

As a military member myself, I'll be the first to say that most active duty service members have no idea what they're doing when it comes to their finances. It's true that most people in general don't have a clue, but it almost seems worse in the mil...
by MoneyMiniBlog on May 27, 2015

What Happens When Wearing a Rain Poncho While Riding A Bicycle?

I don't mind riding in the rain as long as it is not cold; so when the weather finally warmed up again and the snow melted it was time to get back into my routine of bicycle riding.  It was spring, and it was raining but it was warm.The rain was...

I don't mind riding in the rain as long as it is not cold; so when the weather finally warmed up again and the snow melted it was time to get back into my routine of bicycle riding.  It was spring, and it was raining but it was warm.The rain was...


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