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Cultural Activities to do with Kids

Cultural activities to do with kids are easier than you might think. When my kids were little, we would do things like eat at culturally diverse restaurants. The rule was that you may try whatever you like, but you are not allowed to order any of the “American” items on the menu. It was so…
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August 24, 2022 0

Is Cooking Creative Expression?

Why yes, of course, it is! Ask any culinary professional, Chef, or parent charged with satisfying many people with various tastes. They would say it certainly takes creativity. Even the home cook, working with what is on hand to create a pleasing meal for family or friends also takes some imagination. Yet, the results of…
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August 4, 2022 0

Careers That Don’t Require College

Sometimes after a student graduates high school after what seems to be “forever” since kindergarten, they really do not feel like going to school anymore. This can be for a variety of reasons. Maybe they did not do as well as they had hoped, and their grades were not good enough to get into college.…
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June 2, 2022 0

How Companies Can Attract the Best Talent

The best person for the job is somewhere out there, but how do you find and attract that individual to join your company? Finding the best talent for the job is essential because a company is only as good as its employees. New hires, young employees, and recent grads, in particular, can bring not only…
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June 1, 2022 0

Why is Acceptance the Answer?

Whether you are driving through rush hour traffic, taking the kids to softball practice, or driving a moving truck across town, practicing acceptance with how other people drive is a wonderful place to begin the trip. If we all practiced acceptance of how other people drive, it would help to ease the stress and tension…
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March 8, 2022 0

What Are the New Changes to the SAT?

The SAT, a college admissions exam long associated with paper and pencil, will soon go all-digital. Starting in 2023 for international students and in 2024 in the U.S., the new digital SAT will shrink from three hours to two, include shorter reading passages and allow students to use a calculator on the math section. According…
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February 22, 2022 0

Troubadours Cultural Influence

A composer and a performer of Occitan lyric poetry during the Middle Ages from about 1100 to 1350 was called a troubadour. The word troubadour is of masculine roots so a female troubadour would have been called a trobairitz. Troubadours, those who composed elegant love songs (as opposed to people who just sang others’ songs),…
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July 29, 2021 0
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Importance of good soil drainage

Good soil drainage for Michigan Homes Good soil drainage is an extremely critical part of building and construction design. When constructing buildings, roads, bridges, or other structures, it may sometimes seem like water systems should be an afterthought or not that important.  However and to the contrary, it is crucial to design and decide a…
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June 29, 2021 0
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Michigan Printers

Michigan has such great and diverse beauty. Printing your work for personal or professional use is an important consideration. You can go to Costco if you have a membership. Depending on the location, you receive some very nice prints. There are also professional Michigan printers, which create professional posters, direct mail and advertisements. For most…
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October 27, 2020 0
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Community College Vs University Cost

If you are considering attending a Michigan community college or university, your biggest concern might be cost. While community college still remains less expensive than a traditional Michigan four-year college, there are factors to consider when considering your financial investment. Michigan Community college students have access to robust federal financial aid despite paying lower average…
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October 27, 2020 0