“Ten More Days to Yule” “Nine More Days to Litha” ************* NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SECTION “Witchcraft is part of a living web of species and relationships, a world which we have forgotten to observe, understand or inhabit. Many people reading this paragraph will not know even the current phase of the moon, and if asked for […]
Liliana Franklin September 4, 2018 English narrative For a long time of my life, I’ve wanted to do something with my life, change the world, you know? But at the same time, what is the point of a life of enjoyment for everyone but yourself? How can a teenager live a life of fun while […]
1. What did you like the least about the class? This semester the big class project had a new requirement – that the project idea must somehow promote civic engagement. It is already difficult to come up with a good idea, that can be thought out and implemented in the given time frame, that includes three different […]
A doctor breaks down how to tell if your partner isn’t the one.
You must understand that to become truly successful, there must be a level of commitment in place not only from you, but also your family members also as they will be part of your business journey and growth. As a part of my series about the strategies that extremely busy and successful leaders use to […]
Let’s Talk About Growth… The focal area of algae growth was Dona Ana County, which is the south region of NM. This area has a very harsh temperature. After combing through many types of algae, it was discovered that the best algae to grow in this climate would be Chlorella Vulgaris. This algae strain can […]
Andrea Haverkamp Ph.D. Environmental Engineering 2020 Oregon State University Andrea Haverkamp currently serves as the Diversity & Inclusion Liaison for the GradSWE community. Working with a team of committed graduate students, she works to bring more content and trainings highlighting the underrepresented minorities within the GradSWE community, such as the LGBTQ+ community. These projects […]
Did I wake up on the wrong side of the bed? I feel like crawling back under the covers and reading my book. Except, I stopped reading last night to take a break from the story. I’m not sure I actually want to read… though the plot and characters is all I’ve thought about this […]
With the release of the 2018 edition of Chapter Approved things have now changed. The Open Play stuff is cool but not my cup of tea, I love Narrative Play but what I’m most interested in right now is Matched Play. The thing with Matched Play is that it works in Narrative too. It is […]
Buccal film placed successfully during seizure clusters. A novel diazepam buccal film for quick-acting seizure treatment passed a patient-usability test and showed similar bioavailability whether it was given between, during, or shortly after seizures, according to late-breaking findings presented here. A diazepam formulation as a small film strip placed inside the cheek showed availability in […]
Monday December 10, 2018 It’s been 2 days since I completed the Tucson Half Marathon and I’m feeling pretty good. The quads a little sore from the slight downhill portions and the left foot just a little tight but feeling pretty good overall! I wanted to provide some insight on the race and […]
It has really been so absurd to accept that less than 5 percent of the population in whole world is actually emotionally healthy and performing a good family system and more than half of the Indian elders and parents have been spotted as overachievers.
Brenden James Martel discusses ancestral diets, weight loss and more in this post.