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📒And Keep Moving On ✍ Mark Grimsley
✏And Keep Moving On Book Summary : When campaigning began anew after the winter of 1863-64, the Battle of Wilderness seemed merely a reprise of earlier struggles, but Grant changed the pattern by refusing to withdraw and instead attacked again and again throughout the summer of 1864. This is the story of the 1864 Virginia campaign.
📒Keep Moving ✍ Dick Van Dyke
✏Keep Moving Book Summary : Show-business legend Dick Van Dyke is living proof that life does get better the longer you live it. Who better to offer instruction, advice, and humor than someone who's entering his ninth decade with a jaunty two-step? Van Dyke isn't just a born song-and-dance man; his irrepressible belief in embracing the moment and unleashing his inner child has proved to be the ultimate elixir of youth. When he was injured during the filming of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, his doctor warned him he'd be using a walker within seven years, but Dick performed a soft shoe right there and never looked back. In Keep Moving, Dick Van Dyke offers his own playful anecdotes and advice, as well as insights from his brother, actor Jerry Van Dyke; his friend and creator of The Dick Van Dyke Show, Carl Reiner; and other spirited friends and family. Whether he's describing the pleasure he takes in his habitual visits to the grocery store; how he met his late-in-life-love Arlene; or how he sprung back, livelier than ever, from a near-death experience, Dick's optimistic outlook is an invigorating tonic for anyone who needs a reminder that life should be lived with enthusiasm despite what the calendar says. “You don't have to act your age. You don't even have to feel it. And if it does attempt to elbow its way into your life, you do not have to pay attention. If I am out shopping and hear music playing in a store, I start to dance. If I want to sing, I sing. I read books and get excited about new ideas. I enjoy myself. I don't think about the way I am supposed to act at my age – or at any age. As far as I know, there is no manual for old age. There is no test you have to pass. There is no way you have to behave. There is no such thing as ‘age appropriate.' When people ask my secret to staying youthful at an age when getting up and down from your chair on your own is considered an accomplishment, you know what I tell them? ‘Keep moving.'” – Dick Van Dyke
📒Keep Moving ✍ Monica Joseph
✏KEEP MOVING Book Summary : The original plan was to ride from Tokyo, Japan to St. Petersburg, Russia via Mongolia and the Central Asian Republics. The twists and turns of fate saw them return home through Africa, which had never been part of the plan. From the fabled Silk Road route to Timbuktu there was plenty of adventure and challenges. After 50,000kms and through 30 countries Monica missed out on learning how to change a tyre as she didn’t even manage to get a flat. The trip was one of extreme travel and adventure and a wonderful way of spending a year. Monica and Simon managed to return home still married and keen to travel more.
📒Eat Well Keep Moving 3rd Edition ✍ Cheung, Lillian
✏Eat Well Keep Moving 3rd Edition Book Summary : Eat Well & Keep Moving, Third Edition, includes thoroughly updated nutrition and activity guidelines, multidisciplinary lessons for fourth and fifth graders, eight core Principles of Healthy Living, and a new Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate to help kids make healthy food choices.
📒Keep Moving Forward ✍ Lloyd Byers D. Min.
✏Keep Moving Forward Book Summary : This excellent book is a beautiful illustration of a life well lived. The life of this exemplary young man was cut short by ruthless, brutal enemies. I believe every person, especially every American youth, should read these true and inspiring words. Joshua Byers is one of the finest examples of what we need Americans to be. This writing will bring you to a new level of finding meaning and direction in your life. Ross Campbell, M.D. Retired child Psychiatrist and best selling author. I feel as though I know Josh better and look forward to having conversations with him in Heaven. We all think our children are the most special, but Josh really stood out from the crowd. I love how you have woven Joshs last words into a lesson on life. It is a tribute to Josh, but yet it is so much more. Molly Morel National President American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. (2010-2011) Molly is the proud Gold Star Mom of Captain Brent Morel, KIA Iraq, 2004. As a friend and West Point classmate of Josh, this book strikes home for me. As a combat veteran and infantry officer, my service in Iraq and Afghanistan was just like his. This book portrays so much about the ideals and sacrifices of a real hero and the struggles of so many of our families at home. Its a true portrayal of life at war, both at home and in combat. Joshs sacrifice will always be honored and I will keep moving forward in his name. Mike Jones Executive Director of Not Alone, Inc. www.notalone.com
📒Keep Moving And Improving ✍ David Tepera
✏Keep Moving and Improving Book Summary : This book is a collection of David Teperas writings that helped change thousands of lives. You will take your life to a new level through sixty-five inspiring short stories that reference sports and fitness. We all deal with tragedy and depression throughout our lives. Plus, sometimes you have no control over what life throws at you, but you have complete control over how you respond. This book will help bring out the warrior in you to go out in this competitive world and take back life. You are an amazing beautiful person, and you deserve the life you want. Today your journey has started because youve tucked the ball away and sprinted to the end zone and scored the winning touchdown on life.
📒Keep Moving Forward ✍ Cajetan Ngozika Ihewulezi
✏Keep Moving Forward Book Summary : Every child needs to learn the importance of learning to set and realize goals early in life. In his book Keep Moving Forward, author Cajetan Ihewulezi encourages the use of discipline, education, prayer, and hard work to motivate and guide Latino American teenagers to educational success, professionalism, and leadership. Though parents and guardians have important roles to play in the future success of their children, author Cajetan Ihewulezi believes that every young adult has a role to play in the realization of their own dreams. He strives to provide the tools for Latino American teenagers growing up in the American society. He designs schedules and rules that can be models for consistency for both parents and their children to follow. Cajetan Ngozika Ihewulezi is a Catholic priest. He received his first Master's degree at Duquesne University in Systematic Theology and a second Master's at St. Louis University in Historical Theology. He is currently earning his doctorate in Homiletics at the Aquinas Institute of Theology.
📒Eat Well Keep Moving ✍ Lilian Wy Cheung
✏Eat Well Keep Moving Book Summary : In North America obesity continues to be a problem, one that extends throughout life as children move into adolescence and adulthood and choose progressively less physical activity and less healthy diets. This public health issue needs to be addressed early in childhood, when kids are adopting the behaviors that they will carry through life. Eat Well & Keep Moving, Third Edition, will help children learn physically active and nutritionally healthy lifestyles that significantly reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and other diseases. BENEFITS This award-winning evidence-based program has been implemented in all 50 states and in more than 20 countries. The program began as a joint research project between the Harvard School of Public Health (currently the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) and Baltimore Public Schools. In extensive field tests among students and teachers using the program, children ate more fruits and vegetables, reduced their intake of saturated and total fat, watched less TV, and improved their knowledge of nutrition and physical activity. The program is also well liked by teachers and students. This new edition provides fourth- and fifth-grade teachers with the following: • Nutrition and activity guidelines updated according to the latest and best information available • 48 multidisciplinary lessons that supply students with the knowledge and skills they need when choosing healthy eating and activity behaviors • Lessons that address a range of learning outcomes and can be integrated across multiple subject areas, such as math, language arts, social studies, and visual arts • Two new core messages on water consumption and sleep and screen time along with two new related lessons • A new Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate, created by nutrition experts at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, that offers children simple guidance in making healthy choices and enhances the USDA’s MyPlate Eat Well & Keep Moving also offers a web resource that contains numerous reproducibles, many of which were included in the book or the CD-ROM in previous editions. A separate website, www.eatwellandkeepmoving.org, provides detailed information for food service managers interested in making healthful changes to their school menus; this information includes recipes, preparation tips, promotional materials, classroom tie-ins, and staff training. The web resource also details various approaches to getting parents and family members involved in Eat Well & Keep Moving. A Holistic Approach Eat Well & Keep Moving is popular because it teaches nutrition and physical activity while kids are moving. The program addresses both components of health simultaneously, reinforcing the link between the two. And it encompasses all aspects of a child’s learning environment: classroom, gymnasium, cafeteria, hallways, out-of-school programs, home, and community centers. Further, the material is easily incorporated in various classroom subjects or in health education curricula. Eight Core Principles Central to its message are the eight core Principles of Healthy Living. Those principles—at least one of which is emphasized in each lesson—have been updated to reflect key targets as defined by the CDC-funded Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration partnership. These are the principles: • Make the switch from sugary drinks to water. • Choose colorful fruits and vegetables instead of junk food. • Choose whole-grain foods and limit foods with added sugar. • Choose foods with healthy fat, limit foods high in saturated fat, and avoid foods with trans fat. • Eat a nutritious breakfast every morning. • Be physically active every day for at least an hour per day. • Limit TV and other recreational screen time to two hours or less per day. • Get enough sleep to give the brain and body the rest it needs. Flexible, Inexpensive, Easy to Adopt The entire curriculum of Eat Well & Keep Moving reflects the latest research and incorporates recommendations from the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans. It fits within school curricula, uses existing school resources, is inexpensive to implement, and is easy to adopt. The content is customizable to school and student population profiles and can help schools meet new criteria for federally mandated wellness policies. Most important, armed with the knowledge they can gain from this program, elementary students can move toward and maintain healthy behaviors throughout their lives.
📒Trying To Keep Moving Forward ✍ Alfonzo "Al" Bailey
✏Trying to Keep Moving Forward Book Summary : “Trying to Keep Moving Forward” is the real life success story of Al Bailey, who made it from troubled foster child to Social Services board member and charity CEO. When his loving mother gave him up into foster care as a young child, Al was passed from home to home, making bad choices along the way, and even ending up homeless. Despite the toughest of beginnings, Al managed to turn his life around, working his way up to Executive Director of his own non-profit organization. But even here the road did not run smooth, as one bad decision cost Al more than he had ever bargained for. Now a manager and board member for Social Services and a motivational consultant, Al’s book “Trying to keep moving forward” shows that as long as keep on trying, your dreams really can come true. So easily he could have taken the wrong path, but today Al has made the inspirational journey to success, and wants to share his success with you, the reader.
📒Keep Moving ✍ Maggie Downie
✏Keep Moving Book Summary : Keep Moving is a practical guide for pain relief without drugs or surgery. Pain from an injury, disease, surgery, or general wear and tear is frustrating, exhausting, and can make you afraid to move. Learning what your body needs along with simple changes you can make, can help alleviate pain, reduce anxiety, and increase your quality of life.