- Career Management In a Minute - Be the Professional You Really Want to Be (Self-Help)
Career Management in a Minute provides monthly tips and techniques to help manage and advance your career, and offer insights that may resonate with your life. After all, life should be an exciting learning experience and an unforgettable journey, and you, my friend, play a very important role in living your best life now.
by La Shawn Kelley - More articles by La Shawn Kelley
- The Rainbow and The Grace of God (Gay/Lesbian/Bi)
The rainbow is used in the Bible to represent the grace of God. And in Titus 2:11 - 14, this is what it says about the grace of God,
by Ron Murray - More articles by Ron Murray
- Economic Improvement (Business/Investing)
How I see the way the Thai government is handling the consequences of the banking crisis, as opposed to the Western way.
by Owen Jones - More articles by Owen Jones
- Americans, Just Two Words: Honor and Thankfulness (Inspirational)
I don’t know how to fix the economy. I’m pretty sure there will never be world peace, not in this life anyway, but I do believe we can make this a better nation and change our attitude towards one another and our circumstances if we begin to instill Honor for one another (whatever the differences) and learn to be Thankful (whatever the circumstance).
by Ernie Heavin - More articles by Ernie Heavin
- Retro 60s Flashback: You Don't Own Me! (Essays)
The emergence of girl groups and solo female artists who vocalized independence...
by Eva Pasco - More articles by Eva Pasco
- Of Myth and Myth Making (Philosophy)
An essay by Sha'Tara, local writer and friend.
by Regis Auffray - More articles by Regis Auffray
- July 4th True Independence (Holidays)
a few thoughts about the coming American holy-day.
by Z McClure - More articles by Z McClure
- Fun With Some CON Words (Education/Training)
Yeah, I know, another goofy idea from Yours Truly ...
You may have to look up a couple of the words ...
IF ... you like to Learn ...
by Tom Hyland - More articles by Tom Hyland
- Mastering Quran'ic Arabic (Spirituality)
An anecdotal account of a Muslim convert's experience in dealing with the process of learning Quran'ic Arabic and mastering the art of Quran'ic recitation
by John Herlihy - More articles by John Herlihy
- The Opportunity Costs of Electing Ignorant Candidates (Political Science)
If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.
by Edward Phillips - More articles by Edward Phillips
- Dear Dr. Romance: Can short guys date? (Relationships)
You're discovering the same trap that any of us who are not media-perfect can fall into. Personal ads are way too focused on the outside
by Tina Tessina - More articles by Tina Tessina
- The author Carol Margaret Tetlow on BBC (Women)
The author Carol Margaret Tetlow has been interviewed by Bob Fischer on BBC radio (England)
by Editions Dedicaces - More articles by Editions Dedicaces
- Power in the House! (The Series) Featuring: Shopping Spree w/ Your Moneeeee (Family)
[Oh yeah! It’s great to be back on the Power in the House! track after more than one month (since mid-May) attending to the other business of the HGRBS network. If you noted, my new 2-week crash course “Protocol & Performance” is now in full swing, as well. Progress! The name of the game!]
by RB Roberts - More articles by RB Roberts
- Empowerment (Business/Investing)
Effective leaders are able to help their organizations achieve lofty goals because they have the ability to empower the people that work in their organizations. Ineffective leaders don't understand empowerment.
by Keith Johnston - More articles by Keith Johnston
- The Non-Firecracker Fireworks (Young Adult/Teen)
My childhood Fourth of Julys
by Ann Herrick - More articles by Ann Herrick
- Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder--Book Review (Biography)
Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder, edited by Pamela Smith Hill, published by the South Dakota Historical Society Press, 2014.
by J.S. Bradford - More articles by J.S. Bradford
- Teaching an Old Dog Some New Tricks (Education/Training)
Teaching an Old Dog Some New Tricks,
The Issues of Training in an Aging Workforce
by Paul Ulasien - More articles by Paul Ulasien
- Tree Huggers (Nature)
Tree huggers put animals above humans
by Bob E Sherman - More articles by Bob E Sherman
- What's Worse than Racism? (Cultures)
What's worse than Racism? Ans. Using acts of racism for political advantage.
by Timothy Buchanan - More articles by Timothy Buchanan
- Independence and Unity – Balance as Quality (Action/Thriller)
A post from the CAPAtrak blog I wrote about the relationship between independence and interdependence with an emphasis upon balance as an indicator of quality. In this case, I focus upon the quality of independence as it is celebrated in America.
by Diane Kulisek - More articles by Diane Kulisek
- Haydn on the Harpsichord or Piano? (Competition Interlude) (Music)
Elaine Comparone weighs in on the matter
by Shirley Kirsten - More articles by Shirley Kirsten
- New York Fugitives; How An Ex-Fugitive Successfully Survived The Forest (Crime)
Perspective and commentary on how one fugitive was successfully able to live and navigate in the forest
by Robert Davis - More articles by Robert Davis
- “Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.”— (Inspirational)
The consciousness of loving and being loved brings a warmth and richness to life that nothing else can bring.”
by Allen Smith - More articles by Allen Smith
- Spy: Film Review/Poem (Arts/Entertainment)
Watch your back, 007! Women take over the spy game in this James Bond spoof for the ages. No wonder I am on cloud nine after watching "Spy." Talk about exceeding expectations! The preview promised laughs and action, but the film delivers so much more. Perfect performances, great production values, female power, and humorous surprises fill the screen.
by Betty Jo Tucker - More articles by Betty Jo Tucker
- Leap Second - the new Y2K? (Technology)
An extra second should be no biggie. Again, it's the old we-are-so-dependent-upon-computers thing. This extra second could really screw us up
by Susan Smith - More articles by Susan Smith
- Poetics of New Imagery. (Inspirational)
Real poetry break new grounds-emotionally, technically and intellectually. otherwise it is just variation on old themes
by Durlabh Singh - More articles by Durlabh Singh
- The Dream (Psychology)
A wierd dream, as are all my dreams listed, but this one is yet to be analysed.
by Victor Farrell - More articles by Victor Farrell
- The Story Behind Matthias: The Ghost of Salvation Point (Children)
This article is about the author's influences that inspired her to write her children's ghost story, "Matthias: The Ghost of Salvation Point."
by Jodi Auborn - More articles by Jodi Auborn
- Odd Nerdrum and Alex Nodopaka or Up jump the devil (Arts/Entertainment)
A virtual cooperative artistic effort between 2 artists with opposing philosophies: realism blended with cubism
by Alex Nodopaka - More articles by Alex Nodopaka
- Dog Behavior (Pets/Pet Care)
There are several factors that produce alterations on dog behavior. The Owner is the principal help and responsable about dog behavior
by Gustavo Reyes - More articles by Gustavo Reyes
- Chasing the Wrong Dreams (Inspirational)
Art is the quiet dialogue between heart and soul.
by Joyce White - More articles by Joyce White
- Three Steps to Energize Your Life (Inspirational)
Besides eating well and exercising, there are at least three steps you can take by yourself without spending any money to re-energize yourself and your life
by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D. - More articles by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D.
- Prayers of the People - Father's Day (Religion)
Today is Father's Day,
National Aboriginal Day, the First Day of Summer, the Longest Day of the Year,
and for me personally, my parents' wedding anniversary.
by Lyn Hancock - More articles by Lyn Hancock
- My Father (Memoir)
He was a real man
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart - More articles by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
- Frog Heaven (Humor)
Frog Heaven is not a myth, but an actual place.
by Romana Pernaa - More articles by Romana Pernaa
- Patty the Vet Matters (Spirituality)
by Sonya Tomlinson - More articles by Sonya Tomlinson
- Reduced price on my eBooks (Children)
Also at a reduced rate will be my three holiday stories:
Santa’s Merry, Mary Christmas
Little Moe’s Christmas.
by Hank LeGrand - More articles by Hank LeGrand
- Facebook Groups For Viral Results (Marketing)
Have you ever considered "Facebook Groups" for building your business or scaling it to a notable status?
In this article I will discuss how utilizing these groups within your viral-marketing strategy, can build profitable, long-term relationships with prospective consumers and industry professionals within your niche market.
by Nylus Stanton - More articles by Nylus Stanton
- Good Mourning, Knees (Action/Thriller)
Karma on the ball field, or when did I get so old and creaky?
by Jansen Estrup - More articles by Jansen Estrup
- Salvation Is A Personal Decision (Religion)
Everyone must make their own decision personally on whether to trust Jesus as saviour or not to trust him.
by Cindy Wyatt - More articles by Cindy Wyatt
- Great Speaks (Action/Thriller)
An experience of listening to the Holy Spirit.
by Becky DeWitt - More articles by Becky DeWitt
- The Holy Month of Ramadan (Religion)
Fasting for the sake of God
by Safi firstname.lastname@example.org - More articles by Safi email@example.com
- A choice of Fear or a choice of Courage (Action/Thriller)
Are you making a choice of courage or a choice of fear? How do you behave when facing new challenges? DO you lie to yourself? Do you justify your choices?
Explore how habits govern you and why taking the path of courage can grow your confidence.
by J.-F. Bouchard - More articles by J.-F. Bouchard
- Grief: Why Writers Get it Wrong (Arts/Entertainment)
Writers, especially television writers, often have their characters say the wrong things to people who have just lost a loved one.
by Alan Cook - More articles by Alan Cook
- I wonder why our president does not get along with Netanyahu (Political Science)
I wonder why our president does not get along with Netanyahu
by Emile Tubiana - More articles by Emile Tubiana
- Hindlegs, Horses, and Heart (Mainstream)
Horses have a special place in my life. Not always a healthy place, but a place.
by Leslie Garcia - More articles by Leslie Garcia
- Dietary surveillance: consider sugar or calories? (Health/Wellness)
All the food is converted into sugar necessary for cells as fuel. If we overeat any kind of food, even useful, then we gain weight as we get more energy than it can burn, and deposited it in the form of fat.
by Chuck Feder - More articles by Chuck Feder
- Ill-fitting Saddles will Cause your Horses Grief (Education/Training)
How do you know your horse saddles fit well to your horse? Do you know an ill-fitting will affect your horse's health tremendously?
by karen leung - More articles by karen leung
- Buddha’s Herbs: The nature’s miracle GREEN TEA WITH HERBS with Chamomile, T (Reviews)
“Buddha’s Herbs: green tea with herbs nourishes the body supplying vital herbal extracts to ignite the body, heal and restore the body back to optimum health.”
by Stacey Chillemi - More articles by Stacey Chillemi
- Healing from Grief (Health/Wellness)
There is life after loss
by John DeDakis - More articles by John DeDakis
- The Role Of The Church in Salvaging the Educational system in Nigeria. (Action/Thriller)
Looking at the role of the Church in Education in Nigeria. And how it kills the hope of the poor masses.
by Ikenna Okanya - More articles by Ikenna Okanya
- U.S. Review of Books (Poetry)
The Sun God Is A Ham
by Gene Hull - More articles by Gene Hull
- Honest Reviews? (Reviews)
Sometimes I doubt the value of reviews.
by alex canton-dutari - More articles by alex canton-dutari
- June is 'Adopt A Cat Month' (Pets/Pet Care)
The Subject of My Local Newspaper Column This Week
by Mr. Ed - More articles by Mr. Ed
- Flights of Passage, book review (Reviews)
One of the better WWII memoirs.
by David Schwinghammer - More articles by David Schwinghammer
- I like gadgets and progress, but ... (Action/Thriller)
I like gadgets and progress, but there are downsides that people are ignoring.
by Audrey Coatesworth - More articles by Audrey Coatesworth
- Make Something of This Rock?! (Inspirational)
Can God mold a rock and build a fire within?
by Marilyn Friesen - More articles by Marilyn Friesen
- A one stop website for best table saw devices (Home & Garden)
There are several factors such as sturdiness, cutting efficiency as well as ease of use, which people have to examine.
by Tom Brown - More articles by Tom Brown
- Predicate of Reality: Wheeler's Paradox Confirmed (Science)
This was written in case you wake up in the middle of a bedtime dream and require a sleeping aid. It is rumored to be a riveting account of quantum physics and how my appetite is an application of quantum behavior.
by John Coppolella - More articles by John Coppolella
- Top 30 Departments for Choosing a Sarkari Naukri (Careers / Job Hunting)
There are students who want to go only for a Sarkari Naurki. They do not have any interest in other private jobs so they focus only on government jobs.
Hence, the list below gives you a complete list of best of the Sarkari Naukri. You could choose anyone of them according to your area of interest.
by preea k - More articles by preea k
- Finesse Linens on Rental at Chicago (Business/Investing)
For you and your beau the most important thing could be deciding linens and contemporary colors interiors.
by Abhishek Shah - More articles by Abhishek Shah
- A Self-Analysis (Jay Dubya) (Essays)
Jay Dubya describes how "self-analysis" often motivates the author to create original fictional literature.
by Jay Dubya - More articles by Jay Dubya
- Being a Children's Book Author in Today's Market (Publishing)
How do you reach those market children for your book?
by P. G. Shriver - More articles by P. G. Shriver
- Directing Adam West in 'Omega Cop' (Action/Thriller)
My sixth feature film has three stars.
by Paul Kyriazi - More articles by Paul Kyriazi
- Tips to create layers with Acrylic (Arts/Entertainment)
First and foremost, try to add more contrast to your painting. Often,
inexperienced artists are hesitant in using tones fearing that their paintings
will appear too dark. First and foremost, try to add more contrast to your painting. Often,
inexperienced artists are hesitant in using tones fearing that their paintings
will appear too dark.The lesser the amou
by Bob Ransley - More articles by Bob Ransley
- Short Story Give-A-Way (Gay/Lesbian/Bi)
Short Story Give-A-Way: This ten page tale deals with homophobic parents who are clueless that their kid is gay.
by Alan Chin - More articles by Alan Chin
- Winning (Philosophy)
A surprise win in sports becomes an object lesson in retrospect
by Andrew Halmay - More articles by Andrew Halmay
- A New Thriller Novella - Jailbait by Barbara Kasey Smith (Action/Thriller)
A new thriller novella that will move you and keep you on the edge of your seat.
by Lena Kovadlo - More articles by Lena Kovadlo
- Medical Marijuana (Health/Wellness)
I am no expert on the subject, but in this essay am only stating my opinion from much reading and observation.
by Ronald Hull - More articles by Ronald Hull
- WHITE PASTOR DECRIES POVERTY AND INJUSTICE (Religion)
Now is the time for all white pastors to declare a war on poverty
One pastor did, why not you or your pastor?
by Uriah Fields - More articles by Uriah Fields
- Book Review of Backward Compatible: A Geek Love Story by Sara Daltry and Pe (Reviews)
Backward Compatible is an excellent read for the young and young at heart, especially if you are interested in online gaming.
by Raymond Mathiesen - More articles by Raymond Mathiesen
- Cheryl Holloway J.E.Thompson Blog Interview! (Marketing)
Enjoy Cheryl Holloway's Q A Interview with J.E. Thompson
by JE Thompson - More articles by JE Thompson