More Than a Pretty Face
May 11, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Autumn de Forest: An Inspiration at 9 Autumn wrote us an inspiring article, Practice Make Permanent, and we wanted to brag a little bit more than she did about her amazing accomplishments and talents! This girl is an inspiration to children, teens and adults alike. The first time Autumn was ever in New York City, it was to be interviewed by Matt Lauer on the Today Show, and the BBC shut down a portion of Times Square to shoot a piece about Autumn. Autumn was featured on a special entitled “Genius Kids” on the Discovery Channel. Autumn’s paintings have sold for as much... [Read the full story]
May 8, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Your Boring Bedroom Walls You look at the walls in your bedroom quite a bit. You might hang posters and photos that represent “you,” but eventually that look gets old. At some point you decide you want a look that is more mature, but still fun. Artwork is always nice, but we found something that we think is more exciting. Something that can make more of a statement…wall decals! Wall decals create a different feel than hanging artwork because they are so bold-especially large decals. Have you ever walked into a room and not really noticed what pictures were hanging on the wall?... [Read the full story]
April 22, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Jackson Harris Giveaway! Relate Magazine and Jackson Harris are having a giveaway! You can win a Jackson Harris Neck pillow, guitar pick necklace, wristband or a copy of Jackson’s ‘Long Story Short’ EP. Curious about what they look like? Go to http://www.jacksonharrismusic.com/store/ to check them out. So how do you enter? Visit us on facebook, find the giveaway post and “Like”, share or comment on it. We will randomly select winners! Good Luck! Read More →
January 4, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Equal Education, Unequal Pay The truth about the Gender Wage Gap… Created by: LearnStuff.com Read More →
Yay or Nay: Music!
May 14, 2013 · Leave a Comment
All Sons and Daughters: Live Written by Ellen Marie Hawkins I was introduced to Sons and Daughters music last May when they were at a conference I attended. It was love at first listen. Because they are a boy/girl duo, they are being compared to the Civil Wars. I’m only putting that comparison out there for you to understand they have a few similarities, but really, All Sons and Daughters stand on their own. Their lyrics connect to my heart instantaneously. Their melodies move my soul. I adore them, and I love the opportunity to write this review for them-to say that it’s... [Read the full story]
The Ways of Life
February 12, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Getting Beyond Whatever by Dr. Shale Preston In December 2011, the annual Marist Poll revealed that “whatever” had for the third consecutive year been judged as the most annoying conversational word or phrase in the English language. Indeed, nearly four in ten adults in the United States found this word obnoxious. What is it about the word “whatever” that gets people so worked up? Its continual usage is certainly a contributing factor. Whenever people don’t want to commit to a particular opinion, choice or course of action this word gets trotted out. The excessive use of the... [Read the full story]
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Confessions of a Scholarship Winner by Kristina Ellis With college being so expensive, most students need some help making it affordable. I sure did! The first day of my freshman year of high school, my mom sat me down and said, “You have four years to figure out what you’re doing with your life, because you’re...[Continue reading: Confessions of a Scholarship Winner]
How to Pick a Safe College Campus by Cathy Steinberg Picking a college or university to attend can be a daunting task, add in the worry factor of picking a “safe” campus and it’s enough to make your head spin. Getting the right information can be easy if you know where to look. So let’s figure this out. First,...[Continue reading: How to Pick a Safe College Campus]
Unprepared For College Provided by: CollegeatHome.com “Give it the ol’ college try.” We’ve all heard it. Whether from a coach, a parent or other authority figure, the phrase is often used as encouragement when one is faced with a seemingly insurmountable task. It instructs us to pull ourselves up by the bootstraps...[Continue reading: Unprepared For College]
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