Reading Time: 3 minutes One summer while I was walking around Gray’s Lake, I eaves dropped over a conversation two young women were having about tap water throughout the city. I was right behind them, ready to make a fast pass around…and interested in their subject! I’m not like Gladys Kravitz all the time! One thought Urbandale water was… Continue reading Being Nosey, Opinions and I Make My Point Clear! Job Placement is Hard Work!
Reading Time: 2 minutes More on volunteering. As you will see, I have on my resume that I have experience as a guinea pig! Yes indeed, to help counseling practicum students (BTW: I’m currently available to help). I received free counseling sessions (!!!) while the student practiced. The sessions were videotaped and then viewed with the professor for a… Continue reading I’ve Served as a Guinea Pig. Wheek! Wheek!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today on The White House Blog there is a great post which is a copy of a message sent today by Labor Secretary Tom Perez and features his friend Ms. Austraberta Rodriguez. Mr. Perez writes “So today, if you’re ready for a country that does right by Austraberta and the nearly 28 million Americans who stand to benefit… Continue reading Happy Labor Day…Raise the Wage!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Alison stands for Advanced Learning Interactive Systems Online. Alison is an online open source educational website that provides over 500 high-quality, certified, multimedia courses, free to individual learners and groups of learners. Open source learning is exciting! Alison helps the user to develop essential workplace skills. There is a plethora of choices. You can chose from… Continue reading Alison is a Nice Name ~ Advanced Learning Interactive Systems Online
Reading Time: 2 minutes I want to reflect upon my volunteering experience … and engage you in thinking of your own. Does volunteering pique a developing interest? What specifically do you, or have you done to volunteer? Did the time fly when you were engaging in the experience? What were you responsible for in the role? Even if it’s… Continue reading Never Underestimate the Power of Volunteering!
Reading Time: 3 minutes When I stay out of town or I can tell in a second if the water I’m showering in or drinking is hard. Hard water feels different (icky) and tastes different (ucky). When the quality of your water is soft, the soap you use in your bathtub, shower, sink, washing machine, dishwasher, and on your… Continue reading Can You Make Money? Save Money? Solve Problems? Yes! Then You’re Hired!
Reading Time: 3 minutes In my post last week, I wrote about motivation…and my Grandpa Jack. This week I am continuing with this omnipresent topic of life. Motivation is what drives an individual from the inside. It cannot be learned or taught, this is just who you are! But, last week I was so wrapped up in my writing,… Continue reading How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! Part 15 – Motivation and Your Homework