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“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” ~Buddha

I used to teach Adult Upgrading. My students were people who had never completed grade school and/or high school. For a variety of reasons, they were now ready to try it again.

New students would say, “I wasn’t ever any good at school.” “I can’t do math.” “I hate fractions.”

It’s my belief that our self-talk is programming ourselves for our statements to be true .

It’s my belief that our self-talk is programming ourselves for our statements to be true

Those students thought they’d been stating the facts, not revealing programmed beliefs.

My work was less about teaching math than it was about coaching them toward a change in their beliefs about themselves.

“I never again want to hear you say you’re not good at math,” I’d say. I’d ask them to switch to “I’m learning math” or “I’m getting better at math” or “I’m working on fractions.”

I’d help them start to notice their own negative self-talk and then transform it into positive statements. “Sure it sounds weird. So humor me,” I’d have to say. “Yes, I know it doesn’t feel like it’s true. Not yet, anyway.” They’d roll their eyes at me.

I’ve read that schools teach fractions before many of our brains are developmentally ready to cope at that conceptual level. I believe this, because I’ve met so many people whose problems in school began around the time fractions were introduced.

Children’s developing self-images are vulnerable. Once children begin to feel stupid about a school subject, the nike free trainer amazon womens slippers
begins. It soon defeats their egos along with their will to learn.

My adult students did humor me, probably because I was such a nag about wanting to hear only positive self-talk . My use of pizza-portions and other grocery items as examples of fractions helped them realize they already knew about fractions and used them frequently in everyday life.

Gradually they’d begin to feel better about math. Many would even begin to enjoy it. Grade school math felt easier. Positive self-talk became natural. Other subjects became less overwhelming, too.

We all keep saying self-defeating and/or negative things to ourselves, don’t we! At the same time, we keep wishing it could all change. Well, it can change!

(Escondido Pioneer Library)

Set off at Midnight at the touch of President Woodrow Wilson, 3000 miles away, a rainbow of light suspended 1500 feet in midair, covering an area of three miles in the sky and punctuated by the bursting of bombs, flashed the news near and far that the Panama-California Exposition had been officially opened and that San Diego with her Magic City is ready to play host to the world for the coming 365 days.

- San Diego Union , January 1, 1915 pg. 1

Guide to the 1915 Panama-California Exposition. air jordan retro 2 melo

Map of the Exposition. (Library of Congress)

This page will explore the first unified use of Balboa Park. The Park was host to the 1915-1916 Panama-California Exposition, celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal, with San Diego being the first American port-of-call. San Diego's Chamber of Commerce and leading business figures recognized this strategic location and wanted to take advantage of it. In order to attract future settlers, the military, and investors, the Chamber of Commerce decided an exposition would be the best route. What commenced was an all out effort to market and develop San Diego as a urban center with the proper resources to handle the new maritime traffic coming in from the Panama Canal while maintaining its small town charm. Adopting a new architectural style not used for world's fairs, San Diego's boosters marketed their exposition on a vacuous Spanish history combined Helen Hunt Jackson's book Ramona . However, in order to successfully market to an Anglo demographic, both the Spanish history and book had all controversy, social issues and racism taken out.

Aerial view of Balboa Park in 1915. nike air jordan 5 white/fire red/black plaid

The Panama-California Exposition was intended to represent San Diego's rise to prominence both regionally and internationally. The Exposition celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal, an immense engineering feat, which dramatically cut the distance and cost of international shipping. It was also an opportunistic event for San Diegans, as they now would become the first port of call on the west coast of the United States.

Plans to host an exposition began in 1909 and the development of City Park, as it was known, soon followed. The product of this development was a city within San Diego. The city of San Diego used a great amount of their resources to turn the hilly and undeveloped terrain of Balboa Park into an exposition site. Civic leaders contracted architects Bertram Goodhue and Frank Allen to design many of the buildings for the exposition. Both architects deviated from the usual Greek and Roman styles of earlier expositions and relied heavily on Spanish and Mediterranean themes in their designs. Of the most elaborate, and arguably, beautiful were the buildings along the Park's El Prado. The west entrance to the Park was Cabrillo Bridge, white and arching across one of the many valleys in the Park. After crossing the bridge visitors entered by the California Quadrangle. Its wildly ornate tower, rising above the trees lining the Park, gave visitors a visual history of the Spanish era in California. Spanish kings, explorers and friars were prominently displayed along the building's facade. Continuing east to the heart of El Prado was the Plaza de Panama, which connected to the Food Beverage Building at the westernmost end. Its unique style, accompanied by a marketing blitz in local newspapers and literature, not only entranced visitors but also created an atmosphere that contributed to the region's Spanish myth.

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Upper and lower back pain when sleeping is a real drag—literally. It can sap your energy and leave you dreading another restless night. And your spine needs rest.

But getting the rest needed to get rid of lower back pain while sleeping can be quite the challenge. Some wake up with worse back pain in the morning than when they hit the sheets.

Many get caught up in a cycle where they desperately need a good night’s sleep for their back to recover (not to mention for their general health), but are unable to do so because back pain is keeping them up at night.

Here are five steps that can help you straighten your back while sleeping and get rid of that lower back pain.

By equipment, we’re talking the right mattress and pillow for you and your sleeping style and possibly a back brace for extra support while sleeping.

Your mattress should support the natural curves of your body while keeping you comfortable.

Up until recently, it was thought that those dealing with lower back pain in the morning should switch to a firmer mattress. But experts have moved away from that one-solution-fits-all thought process.

“A soft mattress can be good if your hips are wider than your waist because it will let your spine stay straight while you sleep. If your hips and waist already line up straight, a harder mattress might feel better because it will give you more support,” according to WebMD.

Ultimately, you will need to spend some time trying out different mattresses to get the right fit. Many companies even allow you try out their product for a few weeks or even months and return it if the product is not right for you.

If you think a firmer mattress may help, you can try one out by sliding a sheet of plywood between your mattress and boxspring or moving your bed to the floor for a few nights.

Some other key considerations include the age of your mattress (these should be replaced every nine to 10 years), temperature management and whether it’s big enough for you to get into a comfortable sleeping position.

Much like a mattress, a pillow should support the natural curve of your neck and keep it aligned with the chest and lower back while allowing you to get comfortable.

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