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One Thing Led to Another...

In my last blog post, “The 54-Year-Old College Student”, I was about to dip my foot into the pool, so to speak, of higher education, a pool I hadn’t dipped into since *cough* 1977 *cough*. 345 more words

Life After 50

Effortless Effort

Your point of effort or state of dedication is and will be the most noise you will ever hear around you for the reason that you invest so much of yourself into it. 369 more words


Reading the Great Books, Then and Now

An article published last September by Annie Holmquist at better-ed.org has been making the rounds at all sort of education-related websites and blogs. The article, “ 643 more words


7 Quotes And A Helpful Memory Tool From “A Brilliant Mind”

In his latest book, Dr. Frank Minrith tells us about a vital link between our vocabulary, and the growth in the human brain. It’s really quite fascinating! 372 more words

A Brilliant Mind (book review)

Dr. Frank Minrith opens his book—A Brilliant Mind—with a bold statement. “Whether you are five or ninety-five, you can develop a more brilliant mind. 158 more words

Becoming a Lifelong Learner

Before reading Becoming a Learner: Realizing the Opportunity of Education by Matthew Sanders, I perceived my personal role as a student in higher education to obtain an education degree in order to start my career. 529 more words


Lessons learned from the Masters

Last week my family had the chance to go to the first day of practice rounds at the Masters. It was the third time my husband and son had been, but the first for our daughter and me. 816 more words