Do visionaries – artists, writers, musicians, – have a responsibility to give us new languages and tools to actually do something about our deteriorating world? I asked. Artists David Bramwell, Justin Brice Guariglia, Olafur Eliasson, Antony Gormley and Jonathan Meese, writers Jay Griffiths, Caspar Henderson, Dahr Jamail and Barry Lopez, poet Craig Santos Perez, philosopher Graham Harman, and scientist Peter Wadhams wrote me back.
As time has gone by, the options for travel clothing and shoes have increased exponentially. With these new options it becomes sometimes overwhelming to decide what to pack. While I am not a fashion expert, nor do I profess to be, I thought I would write a post on my, more or less, permanent travel […]
A time-honored first-day-of-school activity in my high school English classroom, Mingle BINGO is a fun way to get students moving and getting to know each other! Just distribute one BINGO sheet to each student and follow these easy directions: Mingle with your classmates and get to know them better! When you meet a classmate who […]
Lao Tzu said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”, this evening I take my first step with you on the Toastmasters Pathway. Mr. President, Madam Toastmaster, fellow Toastmasters and welcome guests. Hello, my name is Emily and I am a photographer. Out of all the speeches we need to make […]
I didn’t do anything productive at work today. No urgent tasks, no nothing. I just spent the first half of the day teaching myself SQL queries but I never got my code to work. Whatever. For lunch our team went to an Asian restaurant, the kind where the chefs cook the food right in front […]
Saturday June 29th, 2019 – Did you know that you can rent the Boomtown Lounge during the week, Monday thru Thursday between 8am and 8pm? Come learn more about your options at this informational session! You’ll see that the 360 square foot meeting space easily accommodates up to 30 people, with flexible seating arrangements and […]
*cue Troy and Gabriella singing Start of Something New* Honestly, I debated if I should even make a post like this because I’ve probably done it like 5 times at this point. But, considering that I 1) changed my blog name, and 2) haven’t sat down and written something in a verrrry hot minute, I thought […]
Dressing for a six-month Appalachian trail through the walk is deceptively simple, but actually requires a lot of strategies. You have limited capacity to carry clothes, but you must be prepared for rain, snow, sleet, freezing temperatures, humidity and intense heat. Also consider that you will wear these objects every day, walking, sweating, sleeping, crying […]
Time flew by in a first week filled with ups and downs. From being amazed by the beauty of Amman to entering a homesick stage, I was blown away by everything around me as I adapted to my new environment. This post contains a detailed description of everything I have done in the week and […]
Christina from Germany worked for three months in an environmental and nature conservation project in the city of Tangier in Morocco. Here she tells you about her experiences as a volunteer. “Nous traitons ce monde comme si nous aurions un deuxième dans le coffre.” (English: “We treat this world as if we had a second […]
HNHH presents the best rappers that are 20-years old and younger, as of right now.
Rosatom sees Northern Sea Route costs at 735 bln roubles, Russian budget to provide a third * Rosatom says Russia needs 3 new icebreakers for NSR by 2030-35 Posted by Reuters
Business News by Timothy Sumer – * Rosatom says Russia needs 3 new icebreakers for NSR by 2030-35 from Reuters: Company News https://reut.rs/2LbNqwU via Timothy Sumer
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s ambitious Northern Sea Route (NSR) requires 735 billion roubles ($11.7 billion) in investments, with the state budget to provide a third and the rest to come from companies and banks, the head of state nuclear firm Rosatom, Alexey Likhachyov, said. Rosatom, the world’s top nuclear company in terms of foreign orders, […]
Launching into your content without taking a few moments to help your learners connect makes you no better than Charlie Brown’s teacher.
March 27, 2019 Mae Sai, Thailand I took a bus up north to Mai Sai, Thailand today from Chiang Mai, Thailand. No one spoke much English, so my trusty intuition carried the day. I’m right at the border with Myanmar (Burma) right now, plan to jump on over tomorrow. I noticed in my time here […]