Here we are again at

Posted on Apr 1, 2024

Below is a long blog post about 2015, I hope you find it interesting. Hello there and Happy New Year! Here we are again at the end of another year but also an opportunity to take stock in what has happened over the last twelve months. It’s been quite eventful here on my part with several highlights including a successful first half of the year for The Jumpers For Goalposts Podcast – which celebrated its one-year anniversary this month (yay!) - and some other new projects that have helped grow both me as a person but also the business itself such as starting up my own YouTube channel where I will be sharing more personal content. But before I get into all that let’s quickly recap exactly how much money was made by the website throughout 2014… Income Breakdown By Month: As you can see from the above graphic income levels fluctuated greatly during 2014 with March being our highest earning month followed closely behind by December; however despite these swings each individual total stayed relatively consistent since January until August when things started picking back up once again after dipping slightly lower than normal due mainly because October had less ad revenue generated compared previous years thanks largely increased competition within advertising space online today which caused prices drop slightly across board leading many sites like mine having trouble filling spaces even though still able generate good amount money through affiliate programs etcetera . Highlight #1 : Interview With Gary Lineker: This past summer saw former England international footballer turned pundit Gary Lineker make his debut appearance on ‘The Jumpers For Goals Podcast’. During interview he spoke openly about career highs lows discussions topics ranging everything possible related football plus shared memories time spent playing alongside David Beckham & Roy Keane among others players who represented respective national teams across globe whilst growing up Manchester United fan himself admits never thought would ever happen him being invited onto show hosted myself so excited honor work hard give listeners something special hear first hand insight industry someone like yourself respect tremendous success enjoyed achieving recently. 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The story begins with my great-grandparents, Irish immigrants who were living on a farm near Eau Claire, Wisconsin around 1870: William H. Foley (1843 – ?) married Catherine “Kate” McLaughlin (1852 -?). She was born at sea while traveling from Ireland to America as part of The Great Hunger. Their first son William James Foley (my paternal grandfather) was followed shortly afterward by six other children before Kate died giving birth to another baby boy named John (who lived less than two days). In all, eight sons would be born into this large family over the course of fifteen years. I’ve been researching my family tree for several months now, but I have found very little information about these ancestors that led me back so far. What I do know, however, is that they eventually settled along Rock Creek west of Duluth where one brother became a carpenter; another built railroads across Minnesota; still others operated a sawmill and lumberyard business in town until the early twentieth century. As far away from home as some may seem today, I can only imagine how hard it must have felt then—for both men & women alike—to leave behind everything familiar just because you had no choice if your survival depended upon leaving something behind altogether… My own journey began with the discovery that there are many more generations ahead than most people realize. So let us start our search here together! Below is a long blog post about 2015 and the plans for this year, including lots of pictures. It’s been quite some time since I wrote here, but I wanted to let you know that we are going to resume our regular posts starting with today! We hope everyone had an amazing holiday season and wished all the best in the new year!! We have two big news to share: we will be having another baby!!! After months of waiting it was finally confirmed by blood test on January 4th (we were actually at Disneyland)… It has really taken us some time before sharing such great news as we knew how many people might not want to hear or see us pregnant again after losing our first child last May. But honestly, we do feel blessed beyond words knowing God gave us one more chance to grow our family and this time around we decided to make things official. The good thing also is that my husband and myself already shared this information among close friends and family members so if anyone ever asked me “Why did she decide to try getting pregnant AGAIN?” now they don’t need to ask anymore because I just said yes when he proposed earlier this month :). I am currently still working full-time while attending school part time (I got accepted into UCLA Extension program which requires taking classes every weekend), planning weddings during evenings/weekends plus raising two kids under three years old… So no wonder why there aren’t any updates here lately haha… Below is a long blog post about 3D printing. The author does not give the source of any of his images, but I think he has credited all of them correctly and they are interesting to see in their original contexts. The post is mostly a technical analysis of the process for creating three-dimensional objects using an extruder head connected by a tube to a computer controlled machine that deposits molten plastic on a flat surface which hardens into a solid object. It includes many photos showing various stages of this process from the initial concept through to completion with some close ups of the final result. These photos include pictures of the software used during each stage and show how the finished item will look when viewed from every angle; also there are several photographs of the artist holding up her creation and looking at it admiringly. Some people may find these sections boring or confusing as you have no idea what type of work was being done until nearer its conclusion - although if someone wanted more detail then perhaps reading between lines would provide answers. Below is a long blog post about 3D printing in education. A lot of people have been talking about it and using it for years now, but this article from The Guardian seems to be the first big media piece that has really got me thinking. I’ve seen some great projects happening with 3d printers being used by teachers around Australia (and elsewhere). But like most technology tools they are so often just another tool – an additional way of doing something you already do or make life easier at your school without fundamentally changing what goes on there. It’s all too rare these days when we see new technologies actually leading us into unknown territory rather than simply allowing us to adapt what we were doing before. I’m not quite sure if this can lead schools anywhere beyond where we currently are – there are always limitations to how much a teacher can change their practice after all. And yet…there may well still be more here than meets the eye. There might even be potential to re-design our practices entirely. So let’s take a look below! Continue reading →