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Calling all writers

If you are interested in writing a post as a guest blogger, let me know.  I would like to keep the theme ‘healthy, heart smart, happy, etc.”  You can be a man, woman or child.  10 more words


Welcome, Mujeres de Maiz Opportunity Foundation!

Join us in welcoming the newest addition to our Penny Drop Project team, the Mujeres de Maiz Opportunity Foundation.

In a region where the average indigenous woman is married by age fourteen or fifteen and has no hope for long-term schooling, this inspiring non-profit organization works to provide the impoverished women of Chiapas, Mexico with a future through education. 374 more words

Penny Drop Project

Fear of Math

I was doing an internship in my third year of college where I went to a junior high school a few times a week to work with students in an Algebra 1 class. 604 more words

Open Minds...Win The Race Part#4

Many people enjoy discovering and learning about others. This is why walking for health with a bonus of conversation while adding new members to your group, and as it grows create subgroups with interchanging interest that make it a happy event weekly. 201 more words

Health & Lifestyle

State of the Nation

Which planet does SMH contributor (D Knowles 19 July) inhabit? . He finishes his letter on that date “now for the greatest challenge of all – to repair the damage done to Australia’s financial standing by six years of incompetent, irresponsible government”. 108 more words


Bitcoin: The difference in Attitude is Education

Bitcoin: The difference in Attitude is Education

by GUEST AUTHOR on JULY 28, 2014 0

This is a guest post by Naomi Brockwell.

The media tends to focus on doom-and-gloom stories, because sensationalist headlines attract larger audiences. 655 more words


Back to basics - at school

Definitely I agree that schooling should go back to basics in the early, formative years at school (Back to Basics GW July 12) and I suggest that “the basics” should start with “how to hold a pen/pencil” Have you watched children holding the stiletto – sorry pencil – as they learn to write. 76 more words