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27 May 19
Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

 AS ALWAYS, CHECK PRICES BEFORE ORDERING as sales can end or change before I update them. Also, some sales only have so many items or keys available for purchase so the sale ends as soon as they run out of … Continue reading

27 May 19
AFROINSIDER

DEPENDING ON WHO’S TALKING – or who’s listening, the upcoming June 7 Save the State Protest in Liberia could either spell doom or mark a rebirth for what organizers under the banner of the Council of Patriots hope could lead to a rude or reawakening of the George Weah-led government.  MEMBERS OF COP are hoping […]

27 May 19
Write on the Border: A Year of Reflection in Tucson, Arizona

I have had a car since I was 17. Growing up in Texas, public transportation was limited. So my best bet for getting somewhere quickly was driving myself or getting a ride from a friend. After a time, I came to enjoy driving. Driving was comfortable, easy, and convenient. Yet when I headed to Tucson […]

27 May 19
Wellness in Healthcare

It’s almost swimsuit season! I just finished reading the TB12 Method and am sharing my impressions and key takeaways. Do you want a life of sustained peak performance? Check out this post and decide for yourself!

27 May 19
Today's Perfect Moment

I was nominated for a Liebster Award.by BionicOldGuy, who is doing a great job of “Aging Gracefully by Staying Active”. I appreciate his blog because it manages to both educate and entertain me. It also gives me a bit of inspiration as I try to become better on the bike.  Please take a look at […]

27 May 19
Reading New Zealand

Topic: The different portrayal of setting and era in Mahy’s novel and in Harcourt and McKenzie’s film adaption. Margaret Mahy’s 1984 novel The Changeover and the 2017 film adaption directed by Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie both follow fairly the same plot and structure, however there are many differences between the two mediums, such as […]

27 May 19
Fiction Commentary

I hadn’t read any Chief Inspector Gamache mystery novels before The Long Way Home, but a friend recommended I try her work, so here we are. I admit I’m a bit stymied as to how to respond to this one. Louise Penny dots every i and crosses every t in terms of characterization, epiphanies (many, […]

27 May 19
Death By A Thousand Paper Cuts

Olive is always unlucky: in her career, in love, in…well, everything. Her identical twin sister Ami, on the other hand, is probably the luckiest person in the world. Her meet-cute with her fiancé is something out of a romantic comedy (gag) and she’s managed to finance her entire wedding by winning a series of Internet […]

27 May 19
think tank

Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix introduced a surplus of new characters and shined a light on the theme of family. Although Harry is quite alone in a literal sense when it comes to family, the introductions of Luna, Tonks, and Moody (the real one) are detrimental to the growth that occurs with […]

27 May 19
Not So Friendly Translations

TL: SilverWoldEditor: N/A TLnote: So this was kind hard to understand I did fix some Grammar issues but not completely, I don’t know the quality of it since I am new to the novel well I hope you enjoy Part 1 , part 2 wont be out for a bit Since I knew how long […]

27 May 19
Judith's Writing Blog

You might find writing can be fun, even if you are not a writer with aspirations to create short stories or a novel. Some friends and I took a prompt writing class from Write Around Portland (http://www.pdxwriters.com) a great non-profit group. When the class was over we didn’t want to stop — so found a […]

27 May 19
Consumer behaviour blog

Motivation is an ever relevant topic in marketing terms due to it’s importance in determining the needs and wants of target consumers. This involves two main aspects: the drive of consumers and their wants. A drive is an arousal of an individual based on discrepancies between their present state and their ideal state. For example, […]

27 May 19
The Joys Of Binge Reading

Chanel Cleeton’s two richly imagined dual time stories of Cuban America are break through best sellers, with the first, Next Year in Havana, a Reese Witherspoon Book Club choice. But Chanel’s put in a full apprenticeship writing contemporary romance before she enjoyed “overnight success.”  Hi there I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and today Chanel talks […]