I’m teaching at the Morgan next year!

I am so, so very thrilled to announce that I will be teaching a summer workshop at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland next year! I am seriously beside myself with happiness! The dates for my workshop have not yet been chosen, so stay tuned to the Events page of my website for the most up-to-date information. I’ll be teaching my Three is a Magic Number workshop, the same one I taught twice at the 2017 Focus on Book Arts conference. If you were interested in my workshop then but couldn’t travel ...
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A medical student takes a look into the abyss. Here’s what he learned.

After my surgery rotation, I was in a very bad place. I felt like two months of grueling work hours and relentless studying were wiped away in an instant by a bad test score. That single number somehow mattered more to me than every positive comment I had received from my patients, colleagues, residents, and […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Fashion & Beauty Lessons We Can Learn from Model Casting Calls

Whether you're an aspiring model or just want to look like one, here are the tips you need to know. If you're at all familiar with the modeling industry, you probably know that models must regularly go to casting calls, where designers, editors, or agents pick and choose which girls they want to hire. At these castings, the models are expected to look their best but also to appear somewhat like blank canvases, making it easier for those responsible for casting to imagine the girls in a variety ...
Tags: Makeup, College, Beauty, Models, Sharon, Minimalism, Fashion Tips, Models 101, Bobbi Brown Mascara L OrealJust

Cake or death?

Musings about the Meanings of Cake, with the Spartacus story (the original cake page)Betty's Birthday:How a Peace Corps worker learned what some African kids thought about a picture of a cake with lit candles.(This was linked, then disappeared, and I found another version later. It's very good, and backs Kirby up.) on my site, rescued and refurbished, after Caren Knox recommended it. It's about cake, and death.http://...
Tags: England, Eddie Izzard, Hitler, Homeschooling, Kirby, Sandra Dodd, Betty, Caren Knox, Jen Lynch

Cute Ugly Christmas Sweater Outfits

Tis the season for Christmas sweaters to be chic. View the original article to see embedded media. It's that time of year: finals are about to be done, Winter break is approaching, and of course, it's time to get ready for holiday parties galore.This time of year, there is a good chance that you will be invited to an ugly Christmas sweater party. And if you've never been to one of these, it's good to know how to dress for one.The outfits you will see at ugly Christmas sweater parties are a stark...
Tags: College, Christmas, David, Christmas Party, White, Jcpenney, Kohl, Fashion Tips, Outfit Ideas, Ugly Christmas Sweater, Necklace Kohl, Navy Boots Belk Earrings Belk Knit Headband, Sweater Amazon Skirt Amazon, Nike Bangle Nordstrom Lipstick Walmart, Headband American Eagle Earrings Amazon, Happy Hanukkah Stars

How to Spend a Day in NYC Without Going Broke

Here's how to save a little cash on your next trip to the city. Everyone loves to go into New York City. You can go shopping, head to a musical, or even head to a museum. But often times we end up spending too much money. As someone who has lived close to New York City my whole life I am going to give you my tips for spending a cheap day in NYC. 1. Find Student Discounts! If you’re a student, there are a ton of NYC discounts that you can find if you look hard enough. Some museums offer student...
Tags: New York, Money, Shopping, NYC, College, New York City, Brooklyn, Broadway, Money Saving, Money Management, Brooklyn Bridge, Tourist, West Village, East Village, NoHo, College Life

What can you study at a Seattle community college? Use this tool to find out.

Seattle's three community colleges are expecting a wave of new students to enroll when the colleges become tuition-free for all Seattle public high school graduates in 2020. A new tool will help prospective students figure out what they want to study.
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