During times of difficulty, it can be easy to get caught in thoughts of lack. Learn what is needed to go from simply surviving to truly thriving no matter the situation.
An extensive overview of the benefits of lavender as an herb and essential oil. This article covers the Latin names, history, constituents, benefits, uses, precautions and more of lavender.
Gain insight on the many benefits of psyllium seed husks, chia seeds and flax seeds.
Learn about the amazing benefits of lemon (Citrus limon): the history, benefits, uses and more.
The difference between the literary terms personification and anthropomorphism is explained. Examples of each literary device are provided.
This article provides a basic recipe for making your own kale chips at home. This is a quick and easy snack with very simple ingredients.
Explores the benefits of taking trips to local farmers markets.
This is a review of Michael Quinn Patton's 3rd edition (2002) of Qualitative Research & Evaluation Methods. Included are recommendations for a future edition and highlights of the book.
This brief article provides a definition for a reverse/backwards outline and answers basic questions about different aspects of a reverse or backwards outline.
Learn how to quickly sew a girl's or woman's dress. This is a great sewing project for novice sewers.
This article provides a definition of "tincture" and reviews how to make a tincture, including ingredients, steps, and bottling.
Provides a definition for the term "rhetorical modes" and the main modes of discourse themselves. This overview explains which modes stand alone and can be combined or fall under the four traditional modes of discourse.
Provides definitions and overview of Aristotle's three appeals of argument and persuasion: ethos, logos and pathos.
An easy and colorful pasta recipe that provides the chance for kids to learn about color, shapes, and more.
Quinoa is already a super grain. And this article offers a way to add more flavor to your quinoa. Alternatives to the main recipe are provided as well, along with serving suggestions.
A quick, homemade meal using ingredients already on hand. With pre-packaged goods and some fresh ingredients, you can make chicken parmesan, sweet plantains and an alfalfa salad.
Product review of Melaleuca's new Simply Fit microwave popcorn.
A product review of Trader Joe's Snack-O's.
A quasi-step-by-step guide to using reactions to drugs and supplements to determine if there are underlying medical issues, especially a rare and/or genetic disease.
A detailed overview of what Zumba(r) fitness entails. It includes information about the many classes offered.
A product review of Trader Joe's Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies.
An in-depth analysis of the roles the characters in Alice Childress' "Trouble in Mind" play on and off stage. This is in relation to repeating societal roles from the past.
An in-depth analysis of the principle characters in Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind based on their thoughts concerning race. The roles the characters play in Chaos in Belleville are examined as well in relation to their real life counterpart.
An exploration of how Olaf's words and actions undermine what is truly intended in the short story "Big Good Black Man."
A look at how surface differences for the characters in the drama "Trouble in Mind" are superficial.
An overview of the origins of Minotauros and his myth.
A re-purposed chocolate cake recipe to be gluten free cupcakes. This is great for those with celiac disease or gluten or wheat sensitivity.
Easy recipes for making homemade lemonade as a single serving or multiple servings.
An overview and in-depth analysis of Katha Pollitt's "A Chinese Bowl."
An explanation of annotations that highlights both what they are and why they are important. Includes an example of an annotated poem along with the key.
This essay analyzes how aspects of Focault's adoption of the panopticon for surveillance can be applied to Roy's novel. The author posits that there is double surveillance occurring that combines the panopticon and sexual expectations.
Shows and explains how to make a sock feeder for birds using some household items.
An essay that shows how Anne Hutchinson was ahead of her time in several ways, but namely through her words spoken during the trial and perseverance.
This article quickly shows how to compose a perfect paragraph. A sample paragraph is provided with an annotated version as well.
Briefly explores the history of the term "madness" and how scholars need to move beyond just using the phrase "mad woman in the attic." Posits that Antoinette successfully uses "madness" to her advantage by utilizing stereotypes and evoking power from mythological women and figures and more.
This essay takes a look at the impact of how improperly using abilities like love medicine can have adverse or unexpected effects.
Quick and easy recipe for homemade sloppy joes. Alternative meats are given for low-fat options.
Explores and analyzes how Laura Wingfield's nature is reflected in objects that are as unique as she is.
This article shows the history of avian conjunctivitis as it relates to American Goldfinches. Learn more about this disease through the lens of an amateur bird-watcher.
Gives practical and useful tips for being a successful online learner from the perspective of an experienced on-campus and online instructor.
Just getting good grades does not impress a professor. Instead, there are some simple actions that make a huge impact on your teacher.