Mean Girl Syndrome

27. November 2016 Education 1
Why? What? When? and How? Mean people, girls or boys, have awful reflections. Here’s why: Attitude reflects the way we see ourselves. Circumstances are generally the result of good or bad choices – results of treating people with disrespect, for instance, may stir up a chit storm. The Culture What Motivates Mean Girl Behavior? “At ... continued

Asthma triggers

27. November 2016 Education 0
With all the fires in my area, 2016 drought conditions and smoke has triggered pneumonias, asthma, and respiratory problems. Here’s a phenomenon that’s rarely mentioned in news articles: Thunderstorm asthma. Never heard of it before. Hay fever bumps up the risk. “Thunderstorm asthma…” [ Wildfires in western North Carolina, North Georgia, and Tennessee have been ... continued

Entrepreneurs online

27. November 2016 Entrepreneurs 0
A link for about us pages – building relationships, tips, etc. for online content management • Why did you set up shop? • Years in business? • Alternative channels: bricks-and-mortar stores? • How are you different from competitors? • What’s being sold? • Who benefits?

Medical Issues Special Request: go fund me

20. September 2016 Uncategorized 0
Long-term  health problems caused financial distress at my home. On the bright side, I have a healthy, happy toddler grandson to watch. That’s a mighty time-consuming treasure although breaks are sparse. I started a bargello quilt project last year;  hoping to sell once it’s finished. This is my 1st quilt.

Parenting (magic)

A video excerpt featuring Thomas Phelan, Ph.D. from his video lecture entitled “1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children. To order the book, 1-2-3 Magic Parenting. “[…] to help parents raise well-behaved, happy, competent kids and put the fun back into parenting!” Newsletter (a free parenting resource) 1-2-3 Magic Parenting by Dr. Thomas W. Phelan, Phd


24. May 2016 Education 0
Work was plentiful when I earned my GED (General Ed Diploma). Sometimes I worked two or more jobs at once. College was out of range; a pay check was more important. Once upon a time I was fired. The manager was shocked over my elation and sincere “thank you”. The response, “I’ve never had anyone ... continued