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I'm a graduate of the MCDM program at the University of Washington. I currently work as a Marketing Coordinator/Administrator for Interior Architects. I love reading and writing about anything. I am passionate about three things: words, music, and everything else that gets my pulse racing. Ciao bellos!

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  • Venetian Mask-Making

    Venetian Mask-Making

    8 years ago

    Masquerade! Paper faces on parade, masquerade! Hide your face so the world will never find you... Hand-crafted, high-quality Venetian masks are magnificent, breathtaking works of art. With their bright array of colors,...

  • The Best Ways to Catch a Mouse

    The Best Ways to Catch a Mouse

    6 months ago

    Christmas came early this year for my roommates and I. True to form, it came down the chimney, all bundled in fur, with beady, black eyes and a tail. Ho, ho, hold on... yes, it was a mouse. With only two days to get rid...

  • The Mozart Effect

    The Mozart Effect

    7 years ago

    Mozart: Genius, Artist, Prodigy, lush operas and astonishing symphonies. The name of the famed Austrian composer evokes so much within the mind. Therefore, is it any wonder that many scientists theorize that listening...

  • El Chupacabra

    El Chupacabra

    9 years ago

    Blood-sucking fiends of the night; with their long legs and sharp teeth, they envelop their victims in a scarlet kiss. No, I'm not talking about voluptuous, Slavic-accented vampires. I'm talking about "El...

  • Sex and Drums and Rock N’ Roll: Jim Steinman

    Sex and Drums and Rock N’ Roll: Jim Steinman

    3 years ago

    American composer Jim Steinman, once dubbed the Wagner of modern rock opera, is known for his sensual, dynamic music, darkly obsessive lyrics, and dramatic flair. He has also worked as an arranger, pianist, and stage...

  • Bionic Limbs for Amputees

    Bionic Limbs for Amputees

    9 years ago

    "If you were able to do it before and you have the desire and the will to do it again, then the technology is there and we can make it happen..." - Brooks Raney "The Six Million Dollar Man,"...

  • How to Use Electronic Databases for Online Research

    How to Use Electronic Databases for Online Research

    9 years ago

    One of the best things about the Internet is the vast wealth of information that lies right beneath your fingertips, via the keyboard. Yet, how can you make sure you find exactly what you're looking for? Well, ask the...

  • Intelligence (IQ) vs. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

    Intelligence (IQ) vs. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

    9 years ago

    "It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change." - Charles Darwin Apparent in many aspects of human interaction is the notion of...

  • High-Context vs. Low-Context Communication

    High-Context vs. Low-Context Communication

    6 months ago

    In today's business relations, it's a small world after all. As more companies turn towards global markets, professionals are finding themselves in foreign locales, wheeling and dealing like never before. However, the...

  • Japanese Katana: An Introduction

    Japanese Katana: An Introduction

    3 years ago

    Like the early six-shooters of the Wild West have come to symbolize the romance and violence of the American gunslinger, so too has the elegant curved blade of the Japanese katana become synonymous with the honor and...

  • Acting Classes on a Budget

    Acting Classes on a Budget

    4 years ago

    Those in love with the dramatic muse may find her to be a rather costly companion. However, for those who wish to delve into the world of live theatre, but avoid the occupational hazard of becoming a starving artist,...

  • Funeral Etiquette if You Didn’t Really Know the Deceased

    Funeral Etiquette if You Didn’t Really Know the Deceased

    9 years ago

    No one enjoys going to funerals, those somber occasions that remind us of our own mortality and uncertainty about the future. However, such gatherings can be even more distressing for those who weren't close to the...

  • What you can do with a Literature Degree

    What you can do with a Literature Degree

    6 years ago

    "What do you do with a B.A. in English, what is my life going to be? Four years of college and plenty of knowledge have earned me this useless degree..."

  • Dealing with a Bridezilla

    Dealing with a Bridezilla

    9 years ago

    Nothing spoils a wedding photo like a bride with a black-eye, especially if it was a wedding present from an aggravated member of her own bridal party. Happily, there are many ways of dealing with a Bridezilla short of...

  • Best Tips for Dorm Shopping

    Best Tips for Dorm Shopping

    7 years ago

    You've gotten into college, made your family proud, and are heading off into the wild, off-white, yonder of dormitory living. For the next year, you will inhabit a space that seems more like a glorified closet than a...

  • How to talk to someone on a plane flight

    How to talk to someone on a plane flight

    9 years ago

    It’s a perfect day for flying. The plane departs on time, the flight attendants are sincerely happy, and the couple with the squealing newborn is seated 13 rows away. You settle into your chair, open up the latest...