Pretty Sick by Caitlin M. Kiernan (.M4B)

Pretty Sick: The Beauty Guide for Women with Cancer by Caitlin M. Kiernan
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 188 MB
Overview: The ultimate resource to looking your best during and after cancer treatment from a veteran beauty industry insider.
When beauty editor Caitlin Kiernan received the shattering diagnosis of cancer, she was obviously concerned about her health. But as a working professional, she knew she had to learn, quickly, how to look her best while feeling her worst. Caitlin called on her list of extensive contacts – from top medical doctors to hair stylists, makeup artists, and style mavens – to gather the best and most useful tips to offset the unpleasant effects of treatment. The result is this comprehensive beauty guide for women with cancer, covering every cosmetic issue from skin care to hair care, wig shopping, nail maintenance, makeup tricks, and much, much more. Peppered with advice from celebrities and cancer survivors, Pretty Sick will be a welcome and trusted resource, helping women look and feel their best.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Caitlin Bacher – The Fab Facebook Group System

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Productivity in Software Engineering by Caitlin Sadowski

Rethinking Productivity in Software Engineering by Caitlin Sadowski, Thomas Zimmermann
Requirements: .PDF reader, 5,8 MB
Overview: Get the most out of this foundational reference and improve the productivity of your software teams. This book collects the wisdom of the 2017 "Dagstuhl" seminar on productivity in software engineering, a meeting of community leaders, who came together with the goal of rethinking traditional definitions and measures of productivity. The results of their work, Rethinking Productivity in Software Engineering, includes chapters covering definitions and core concepts related to productivity, guidelines for measuring productivity in specific contexts, best practices and pitfalls, and theories and open questions on productivity. You`ll benefit from the many short chapters, each offering a focused discussion on one aspect of productivity in software engineering. Readers in many fields and industries will benefit from their collected work. Developers wanting to improve their personal productivity, will learn effective strategies for overcoming common issues that interfere with progress. Organizations thinking about building internal programs for measuring productivity of programmers and teams will learn best practices from industry and researchers in measuring productivity. And researchers can leverage the conceptual frameworks and rich body of literature in the book to effectively pursue new research directions.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Caitlin Schlichting – Adwords IQ Academy

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Keto Diet by Caitlin Shepherd

Keto Diet: Carb-Cycling Lifestyle for Ketogenic Vegetarians by Caitlin Shepherd
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 100 KB
Overview: Can vegetarians stay in ketosis for a long time?

Perhaps you thought the keto diet was all about eating a lot of meat. Well, the truth is more complex than that, so in this guide, you will learn how to be on a ketogenic diet without having to eat those healthy lean meats or fatty fish they always mention. You will see there is an even better way, and that is to get your healthy fats and nutrients from nature’s best.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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On Spice by Caitlin PenzeyMoog

On Spice: Advice, Wisdom, and History with a Grain of Saltiness by Caitlin PenzeyMoog
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 28 MB
Overview: A revealing look at the history and production of spices, with modern, no-nonsense advice on using them at home.

Every home cook has thoughts on the right and wrong ways to use spices. These beliefs are passed down in family recipes and pronounced by television chefs, but where do such ideas come from? Many are little better than superstition, and most serve only to reinforce a cook’s sense of superiority or cover for their insecurities. It doesn’t have to be this way.

These notes On Spice come from three generations of a family in the spice trade, and dozens upon dozens of their collected spice guides and stories. Inside, you’ll learn where spices come from: historically, geographically, botanically, and in the modern market. You’ll see snapshots of life in a spice shop, how the flavors and stories can infuse not just
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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