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Master of Applied Positive Psychology at Penn: This is what you´ll get

In my LinkedIn Profile, I call myself a Penn MAPPster ever since getting the OK on my final assignment, the so-called Capstone Project in August 2014 – but my official certificate took about a year to cross the Atlantic Ocean. 154 more words

Positive Psychology Insights

A mappalicious THANK YOU to all my Readers worldwide

Today, I´d just like to say THANK YOU! to all those people who have visited Mappalicious in the past (and hopefully, will continue to do so…). 236 more words


DIY Framed Map

So, you just moved. Or you haven’t, doesn’t matter, but you want a low cost and fun way to decorate. You are over the posters from college, but are too broke to even buy that cool (yet generic) framed print at Target. 219 more words


1 Month Down

Hi everyone

Sorry it has been a while since I posted. We didn’t have Internet at the hotel about the first half of our stay. Lucky for you, I took notes the good old fashion way- pen and paper. 433 more words


First week in MICU

Hi everyone!

Let me start off by telling you I can already tell I am going to love the MICU way more then expected! (MICU stands for medical intensive care unit just so you know when I say MICU.) The MICU has 24 beds and each nurse has 2 patients. 276 more words


First Week In Houston!


So one of the most anticipated events in my life thus far is here! Yesterday was fantastic! I got to Houston on Thursday with my mom and sister and we had a nice night visiting our family. 333 more words


Amy Collier and Angela Moore

Who we are…

Amy: My name is Amy Collier, I am a Community Health Planner at Shelby County Health Department in the Health and Wellness section. 936 more words