I have been a writer since Highschool. My teacher used to use the papers I wrote as an example "How To" It was all very embarrassing back then, but now I have grown to appreciate her for doing it. She often told me she would one day see my name in print. I hope she has.
I used to write for newspapers and even did a stint as an associated editor/writer/photographer for a well known women's motorcycle magazine. Health issues has caused me to give that up and I have turned to the web as a way to continue my writing career.
I write for several different sites, and plan to have many articles on this one as well. I hope you enjoy my articles and will return often to check in and say hello!
Written by: Infobiz
Jobs in higher education include faculty, administrative and executive positions. There are full-time and part-time or adjunct positions at most colleges and universities. Online job boards and websites like The Chronicle have made it easier to learn about openings but the application process can still be confusing, particularly if you are new to the job market. Here are the basics of how to apply for these higher education jobs.
Step 1: Create your curriculum vitae. The curriculum vitae or CV is the standard form used when applying for educational and research positions. The CV is similar to a resume but longer...
Written by: tamron
Just another way to save money! Think about it lets do the math if you purchase one tub of tooth past. The cheapest toothpaste with tax and all is roughly $3.00 you have 12 months a year. That, is $36.00 a year that you are saving just on toothpaste. I know that does not sound like much!
That figure is only for one person in the household. You will also whiten your teeth naturally. In order to have good oral hygiene you must keep your teeth clean. In the event you cannot afford commercial...