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Class: 9 Laws of Conscious Creation

Adryenn Ashley

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We all have notions in our mind that hold us back and most of us don’t even realize they’re effecting us. Kris Krohn has spent the past 7 years mentoring people on the power of their thoughts.

The 9 Laws of Conscious Creation focuses on principles that enable a person to create the life they want. There is a step by step process to creating abundance, health, and personal power in your life.

About the instructor Kris Krohn: Kris Krohn achieved extraordinary success at a young age. He purchased his first investment property while a college student and owned 12 properties by the time he graduated. A year later he had bought his 25th home and replaced his job with a six-figure investment income allowing him to retire at the age of 26.

Kris has manifested financial independence for himself and his parents, authored two groundbreaking books on wealth, experienced personal body mastery, and launched a company that is nearing its first billion-dollar impact on the US economy. Kris attributes his achievements to one factor above all — the dozens of mentors who guided him through every step of his life.

Thanks to them, he learned and applied the Six Laws of Success, and mastered the skill of manifestation in every area of his life. Kris became a mentor himself, and today he commands fees up to $30,000 for his one-on-one guidance.

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Essential Housekeeping Tasks to Get Done Before You Go on Vacation

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Vacations are designed to be times of relaxation, but you need to take care of a few things before you leave. Coming home to a disaster is not a good way to stay stress-free. That’s why you should make sure to handle these housekeeping items before you leave for your destination.

Adjust the Thermostat

There’s no reason to waste a ton of energy or pay a high electric or gas bill if you aren’t at home. You should adjust your thermostat before you leave for vacation to reap the benefits of energy savings while you aren’t there. You can also use a timer so that your thermostat will turn on and off at certain times. This will keep you from returning to a house that is too hot or cold. Getting a smart thermostat will make controlling the temperature in your home effortless. In fact, some apps even let you control your thermostat from your phone.

Clean the Gutters

Over time, gutters can become blocked or clogged, causing leaves to build up and water to collect, which creates the perfect place for birds and other pests to build nests. Cleaning your home’s gutters before you leave for vacation is a great way to keep this from happening. Roaches and rats can hide well in gutters, and they can also find ways into your house while you are gone. Coming home to an infested home is not a great welcome. Either clean your gutters yourself before you leave or hire someone to do it so that you can rest easy while you are away.

Inspect the Roof

Issues with your roof may not be apparent at first unless you are looking for them. That’s why you need to have your roof inspected or inspect it yourself before vacationing. Missing shingles, dents, or signs of rotting are all red flags. Your roof can let in water without you knowing it. This can lead to mold growth and rotting in your walls. Have your roof checked, and handle necessary repairs before you leave. This is especially important if you live in an area where hail damage is common.

Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to leave your worries at home. You can relax on your vacation knowing that you did everything you could to protect your house before your trip. Taking care of housekeeping ahead of time can save you time and money down the road, and it is a great way to invest in your home.

Looking for tips to stay safe when you go on vacation? We recommend reading: Travel Tips to Make Your Trip Extra Safe.

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Can Video Games Be Good for Your Child’s Education?

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Children love video games because it’s something that engages them, holds their attention, and makes them feel like the power is in their hands. With the right type of game and set limits, video games can be a very useful learning tool. That’s because children learn better when something is actually encouraging them to interact. Games are also fun, meaning your child will be ready and willing to play a new game and learn a new skill each time.

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Schools all across the globe are turning towards games for education. That’s because they see greater results when children are having fun while learning. Video games are used quite frequently in young grades such as K4 and Kindergarten. That’s because teachers have found a way to engage children. When kids are that young, they’re very into hands on learning. These games can teach them the basics of reading, counting, and creating patterns in a way that is bright, fun, and educational. When children pass a level on a video game, they feel proud of their accomplishments. Older students can also benefit from these games. That’s because they’re literally in the character’s shoes and they’re learning challenging lessons. Teachers are finding that students are more engaged when using this type of learning method.

Simulations in Job Training

Video games extend far beyond the educational setting. They are great for job training. Before a person is ready to hit the road and show off what they’ve learned, they can have a simulated experience. It puts them in a character’s shoes who is doing what they’d be doing. This is great because there are no risks involved and it lets a person get a feel for what the job will entail. For example, simulations are an important part of the driver’s training process. Truck drivers can get a simulated feel of what it’s like to be behind the wheel of a truck, how to operate it, and what a potential route will look at.

Learning Social Skills

Video games also teach important social skills, no matter what the child’s age. Young children can learn manners because they can emulate a character in a video game. Older children can learn valuable lessons about themselves and how to deal with situations they may find themselves. It will teach them how to deal with peer pressure and making smart choices. Finally, as adults these video games will help people make friendships with those all across the globe.Overall, video games can be a very powerful learning tool. That’s because they engage the mind, offer a safe experience where you’re emerged into what you’re learning, and challenge the mind. Every parent wants to give their child the best possible tools to help them succeed in education, and video games can be one of those tools.

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3 Historic Downtowns to Visit in Colorado

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There are many historic downtown areas you will want to visit in Colorado. While each has a special place in history, each has its own vibe, so you will want to include all three of them when visiting the state. There are many exciting things to do in these areas.

Cripple Creek

When you arrive in downtown Cripple Creek, the first thing you might notice are the beautifully restored Victorian buildings. The downtown area was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961. Many of those buildings are occupied by casinos, but there is much more to do in the downtown area. The Cripple Creek Museum helps visitors connect with the first miners who settled here along with seeing some of the minerals taken from nearby mines. Visitors can also see plays in the Butte Theater.

Denver’s Downtown

There is a lot of rich history in Denver’s downtown that you can explore during your visit. The Denver Botanic Garden is a great place to stroll through nature during the spring and summer months. You will be amazed when you view the interactive exhibits on wildlife, space, and history at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Antique lovers will be thrilled with a visit to over 100 antique shops on South Broadway. Sports enthusiasts will want to root for the home team when visiting Coors Field. Many events and exhibitions occur at the Colorado Convention Center. Denver’s Dairy Block, the lovely retirement community that used to be Windsor Dairy is a great place to stroll and imagine the way it was when raw milk and unpasteurized cheese was brought by local residents.

San Luis

The oldest continually inhabited city in Colorado is San Luis. Despite the fact that this city has only about 750 people, there are many fun things to do in downtown San Luis. You will want to see the unique exhibits outside the San Luis Cultural Center that explain about this city’s development before this part of Colorado was even part of the United States. You will also want to go trinket hunting at the R&R Market that has been open since 1857. If you appreciate architecture, then you will want to see the Most Precious Blood Catholic Church with its unique spiral steeple that was constructed in 1886. The 13 stations of the cross are beautifully represented in bronze statues. You will also want to take the Grotto Trail to see the statues of early Spanish settlers. There are many great nearby museums to visit.

While many communities see their downtown areas dying, these three Colorado communities prove that downtown areas can still be a great place to visit.

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