I find that there are more reasons than expected to read literature I enjoy. I have made a list of reasons in case you doubt my argument.
The Era of Romanticism was characterized by: A movement in the arts and literature that originated in the late 18th century, emphasizing inspiration, subjectivity, and the primacy of the individual. Here are a few books that were so influential during that time. Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë A boy, Heathcliff is adopted off of the…
Here is a list of the top lies/myths about nutrition that are completely incorrect. The sentences in the big font are the lies we have been taught to believe thanks to flawed studies and misinformation.
It seems as though every business is based on a model of rewards and punishments for certain behaviors as a type of motivation. If you are the top employee consistently, you will probably get a bonus. If you are always late and your working habits are poor, you will probably get demoted and your boss…
Sugar’s Effect on Brain Health and Behavior. Written by me on a group blog.
Here is a list of five habits that could be stopping you from reaching your full potential:
Here in America, the pharmaceutical companies claim to help patients’ conditions, food companies claim to provide healthy food to individuals, and nutritionists use out-of-date information to give to needy patients.
There are almost innumerable numbers of books from early human history to the present day. Only a small percentage of these books have transformed or changed society in one way or another.
Is the modern practice of test-taking ideal for gaining knowledge of topics? There is multiple choice, essays, true/false sections, etc. Are there better ways of learning topics and retaining them?
The United States Education system places 17th in the world. American education and health care are the only things that rank so low. So why is our education so subpar compared to countries like South Korea and Finland?