Tags » Guest Blog

Flexing the Power of Writers and Writing

by WLP Guest Author Robert W. Walker

For some occupations, most in fact, not knowin’ where you’re goin’ from the outset of a project is the kiss of death, or in other words a death knell. 1,379 more words

Guest Blog

Wanted: Guest Bloggers

Rooted in Food is looking for Guest Bloggers to write about gardening (especially food) for the month of May.  If you are interested please send your articles to rootedinfood@gmail.com along with a paragraph telling readers a little about yourself.   21 more words

Healthy Community

Meerkats Cuddle Photographer

This photography article intrigues me. Burrard Lucas (a photographer) is cuddled by meerkats while he is photographing. Isn’t it fun to be cuddled by such cute and friendly animals? 16 more words


Businesses: Three easy ways to go green and save time

This Earth Day, the  SC Department of Employment and Workforce has a few easy ways for your business to go green and cut down on stacks of mail and paperwork. 181 more words

Guest Blog

Tired Of The Designs On Your Shirts Cracking? Here's The Solution!

Custom designed t-shirts can help you really step it up for your game, party or event. With online designing, you name it they can put it on there! 509 more words

Guest Blog

Guest Post: Camping in Northern Utah

By: Jessica Baker

Experience the Splendors of Northern Utah

Utah is known for its natural beauty and wealth of available camping experiences. More often than not, people think of Southern Utah as being the ultimate place to camp, with all of its red rock splendor; however, there are many pristine and gorgeous areas in Northern Utah that are amazingly beautiful and most are easily accessible. 416 more words


Guest Blog from author, Cathy Mansell


Her Father’s Daughter

 Set in the 1950s Ireland, twenty-year-old Sarah Nolan leaves her home in Dublin aftera series of arguments. She has taken a job in Cork city with the Gazette, a move her parents’strongly oppose. 1,571 more words