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Picture Perfect Framing

Week two of visual arts is tucked safely into my belt. And it was a beautiful week. I felt like we laughed a lot more, and my guess is that the warming weather has everyone’s spirits pretty high. 801 more words

Education

Penguins can be cute

Penguins are great swimmers. But when it comes to moving on land, they are neither the fastest nor the most elegant animals. Their short legs are simply not made for running or walking. 366 more words

Best Practices

I didn’t expect to feel so anxious returning to the developed world. Entering Bulgaria yesterday felt just as shocking as entering Bali – we’re in a place we don’t fully understand. 261 more words

Travel

The Social Approach

Dr. John Gottman has been studying couples for four decades. He has dedicated his life to figuring out what separates healthy relationships from unhealthy ones, and he’s written more than 40 books on the subject. 617 more words

Healthy Relationships

3 Lessons from Pre-K

I read a story in Huffington Post last week about teaching kindness in kindergarten. Who could argue with that? Comments came in with praise for the program. 395 more words

Recognizing and Changing Nonverbal Communication Disorders: An Interaction Approach

I was at my local coffee shop the other day chatting with my barista as she prepared my drink.

Once it was all said and done and I paid, she wished that I had a glorious day. 1,032 more words

Brain

Wrapped in Emotion

As we have seen previously, the placement of clothes upon the human body communicated a message. It was a message that was intended to communicate a message to the subconscious mind, to remind us of how we had fallen. 676 more words