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  • Strange but true: pronunciation similarities in Spanish and Japanese

    Strange but true: pronunciation similarities in Spanish and Japanese

    If you know anything about the history of Spain and Japan, you know that there are few similarities between their cultures and languages. Culturally and linguistically, Spain has a strong influence on ancient Rome as well as the country’s long Moorish rule. In contrast, Japan had its strongest influences from Asia, mainly Korea and China.…

  • Get more website leads and increase your sales

    Get more website leads and increase your sales

    9 Easy Ways to Increase Online Conversions So you’ve created a great website with professionally designed graphics, user-friendly navigation, and compelling content. But instead of the expected steady stream of hits and purchases, you don’t get even a trickle. So what’s up? Too many entrepreneurs and small business owners have an “if you build it,…

  • Healing the psychological wounds of codependency

    Healing the psychological wounds of codependency

    Codependency is more than a relationship problem. It hurts our psyche and individual development. make no mistake It is not our fault. The wounds of codependency are adaptive and have helped us survive growing up in a dysfunctional family system. But this adjustment has cost us our individuality, authenticity and our future quality of life.…

  • 5 Things I Learned From Ken Robinson

    5 Things I Learned From Ken Robinson

    Education expert Sir Ken Robinson is more than a New York Times bestselling author. He is a dynamic public speaker and a leader in developing creativity and innovation. As Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Warwick in the UK, he has received honorary doctorates from five different universities and numerous awards. Throughout his…

  • Vitamin B-17 – Can a Vitamin Cure Cancer? The Story of Laetrile

    Vitamin B-17 – Can a Vitamin Cure Cancer? The Story of Laetrile

    Vitamin B-17 is found naturally in many foods such as wild blackberries and many other types of berries, grains such as millet and buckwheat, beans such as broad beans and mung beans, raw almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts, cassava, yams and many more. The seeds in peaches, apricots, nectarines, and cherry stones are also high in…

  • How to Make Money in Your Spare Time – Quick Cash Ideas

    How to Make Money in Your Spare Time – Quick Cash Ideas

    Whether you’re retired and want to earn money for a trip or vacation in your free time, or you want to earn some extra income to pay off your student loan, or you have a nice business idea but don’t have enough money to invest in it , but this article will help you. Learning…

  • Digitally Designed Water Gardens: Big Bucks!  Impressive

    Digitally Designed Water Gardens: Big Bucks! Impressive

    Usually a house is a man’s greatest asset; “his home is his castle.” A house or home can easily become a family’s most important possession, which includes its surroundings or landscape. Recently, several landscape architects and design associations have predicted the trend for homeowners to spend more money to beautify their landscapes and add outdoor…

  • Learning Difficulties Faced by Students Today

    Learning Difficulties Faced by Students Today

    Mr. Marc Prensky once wrote a famous article entitled “Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants I & II”. He notes that today’s students are no longer the people our education system was designed to teach. These students have spent their entire lives surrounded by computers, digital music players, video cameras, smartphones and various other tools of the…

  • How to Plan Your Career

    How to Plan Your Career

    The eight-step process The career coaching industry has found that planning a career involves a predictable pattern. Whether you are planning a career on your own or with the support of a career coaching company, here are eight discreet steps you must take. Read on to find out more. Discover who you are If you…

  • How PBL Is Changing Education

    How PBL Is Changing Education

    How project-based learning units are changing the way our students are taught Many educators firmly believe that what worked in the classroom a decade ago—or more—doesn’t necessarily have the same effect on the learning environment in today’s classroom. Times have changed, and researchers are finding that today’s educational institutions and students need to add something…