My answer to: Why don’t teachers go on more field trips?

Why don’t teachers go on more field trips? Enna Morgan, 15 years teaching various subjects in N & S America, Europe, and Asia Answered 8h ago Thanks for the A2A, Shanna. Ah, field trips! We love them!! We crave them! Read More …

 

Has a person ever said something to you that made you rethink your life?

My answer to Has a person ever said something to you that made you rethink your life? Answer by Enna Morgan: “You have to command your space, no one will give it to you. And when you step confidenty, people Read More …

 

7 Ugly ironies about beautiful women

We see it in  Hollywood, on Facebook, in the classrooms and in our own communities, beautiful girls and women with low self esteem that leads them to drink, smoke, and become addicted to drugs and abusive relationships. And we ask Read More …

 

Surviving the audition!

True, the audition can be a daunting experience for many, and has been described as being akin to angina – cheat pain, shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness, etcetera – and the worst part is that there really is no universal Read More …

 

Fall Makeovers: 5 Ways to Rejuvenate a Tired Sweater

With fall in the air, and winter right around the corner, you are dying to do some closet overhauling. So, before you get trigger-happy and take it out back and shoot that old but faithful sweater, rethink that notion. Here Read More …

 

Ithaca and Itasca, 7 distinct differences

They sound similar, they are spelt confusingly similar, and they both have you scratching your head and knitting your brows going ”What is that, a new virus?” These are two different cities, located, in the USA, with very distinct characteristics. Read More …

 

Murder mystery heightens in Indy

The detectives collect photographic and forensic evidence of the crime – Embassy Hotel Okay, you can put your monocle down, no one has actually been killed – well, not that I know! But the popularity of the Interactive Dinner Detective Read More …

 

When pain becomes pleasurable

Studies suggest that the brain chemical dopamine, the chemical interface between events and our emotional response, cannot distinguish well between a negative or positive stimulus. In other words, it is non-discriminatory when it comes to the pain / pleasure dichotomy. Read More …

 

Glissandi on the Arabian Sea

The Queen’s Necklace. The pseudonym for the string of lights that decorate Marine Drive along the Arabian Sea, in Mumbai, India Hosting an average of ninety-six thousand visitors per week, the mausoleum is not only a primary place of worship Read More …

 

Playing the slots (not a typo) in Indy

Long roads, corn fields, nothing much to see…oh, maybe it’s because it’s early in the morning and I am not yet awake…..well, ‘awake’ in my definition. It was approximately 9am, and I was weaving my way through Shelbyville, Indiana, to Read More …