Dishes, Instinct, Smell a baby's head

Newness—image, writing, poem by Zann Carter—at the bottom of the page on dishes: page on the benefits of smelling a baby's scalp or a child's head. has a relative, created a year ago, about smelling other things, and they should be linked back and forth, and to instinct. some of those links aren't there, or working, someone let me know, please.) "The last sunset of 2018"by Karen James The photo is a li...
Tags: Homeschooling, Sandra Dodd, Karen James, Zann Carter

Reverse Mortgage Professionals Find Optimism in ‘Crystal Ball’ for 2019

Reverse mortgage professionals are optimistic in their outlook for the industry over the course of 2019, and are encouraged by strong business results for January, along with the increasing prevalence of proprietary products and an heightening level of general conversation surrounding reverse mortgage products in general. That doesn’t mean, though, that optimism isn’t at least tempered by some of the setbacks that the reverse mortgage business endured in 2018. “My crystal ball has a lot of...
Tags: Featured, Education, Finance, Bank Of America, Wells Fargo, Mayer, Thorpe, Lenders, Giordano, Richard Thorpe, Resch, HECM, Shelley Giordano, Longbridge Financial, Finance of America Reverse, RMF

5 Easy Ways to Look (and Feel) Incredible in the Morning

How to be the early bird with the worm you caught the night before!Let me just start by saying that I am most definitely not a morning person, and this is aimed at my fellow non-morning people. But regardless of whether you wake up bursting with energy, let’s be honest: we can all do a little better with our mornings. We’ve all snoozed our alarm clocks one too many times, mismatched our clothes in a rush, skipped covering a pretty alarming looking zit, or not had the time to take a last glance o...
Tags: Productivity, Spotify, School, Organization, College, Mornings, College Life, Easy Ways to Look

Who Will Measure up to These Two Remarkable Leaders?

We lost two great company leaders this month: John Bogle of Vanguard Group and Herb Kelleher of Southwest Airlines. James Heskett discusses what made them so extraordinary and asks which other CEOs are in the same league. [Author: by James Heskett]
Tags: College, Southwest Airlines, Vanguard Group, Herb Kelleher, James Heskett, John Bogle, by James Heskett

Forget Cash. Here Are Better Ways to Motivate Employees

In today's tight job market, employers must focus on how to attract and keep top talent. Giving away stacks of money may not always be the best incentive, warns Ashley Whillans. [Author: by Dina Gerdeman]
Tags: College, Ashley Whillans, Dina Gerdeman, by Dina Gerdeman, Are Better Ways to Motivate Employees

Bad Girl Inspiration: Nancy (The Craft)

Oh, to be wickedly bad! The second witch in our Bad Girl Inspiration series is Nancy, from the cult classic '90s film, The Craft. In the film, a young witch, Sarah, starts attending a Catholic school, where she befriends and becomes enemies with a trio of teenage of girls who are obsessed with becoming witches themselves. Nancy is the head of the trio, being the most determined to hone the knowledge and power that witchcraft can give her. Right from the moment Nancy is introduced, there is cert...
Tags: Movies, College, Inspiration, Catholic, Asos, Sarah, Nancy, 1990s, Bad Girl Inspiration, Above Nancy

Three Non-Cliché Valentine's Night-Out Looks That Don't Involve Red or Pink

Dare you not to fall in love with these looks! Fashion is our Valentine. When you think of Valentine's Day, you probably think of hearts, flowers, chocolates, and perhaps even .Another thing that probably comes to mind is the traditional Valentine's color scheme of red and pink -- colors that are meant to represent love, and that tend to appear a lot in fashion meant for the holiday.While lots of people -- myself included -- love wearing these colors on Valentine's Day, you must admit that th...
Tags: Shopping, College, Valentine's Day, Valentine, What To Wear, Night Out, Outfit Ideas, Leather Pants, Erica Weiner, Date Night Outfit, Elegant, Edgy, Jumpsuits, Sparkly, Midi Dress, Sophisticated

"Surprisingly, it was not controversial," says a University of Richmond professor who taught courses called "American Blackface" and "Blackface in Post-Soul Literature and Culture."

“I honestly do not recall it being uncomfortable, mostly because I guess we were taking it seriously. We weren’t looking at if as, ‘Hey, isn’t this funny?’”I'm reading "Where blackface is concerned, outrage is appropriate, says UR professor," by Michael Paul Williams in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. He's quoting Bertram Ashe, who teaches English and American Studies.Ashe said the history of blackface dates far back to about the 1830s and extended well into the 20th century. He described it as “a ...
Tags: Amazon, Education, Law, Savion Glover, Spike Lee, ASHE, South, Racists, Blackface, Lee, Pierre, Richmond Times Dispatch, Northam, Race Consciousness, Ann Althouse, University of Richmond

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