New Retirement Realities I was reading Consumer Reports™ and found an interesting article titled, “The New Retirement-Rules, tools, & attitudes you need now, whether you’re in your 20s, 40, or 60s” on page 22 by Tobie Stanger. A quick synopsis of the article says that the old ways of thinking has changed, but the magazine’s […]
I was driving around six AM to substitute teach at Unified School District of De Pere’s middle school, about 63 miles from my home, and I heard on the radio that it is NOT recommended to start or warm up one’s car during the winter months. That really sparked my interest because myself and a […]
Laying some groundwork for the readers that are not doctors, like myself, that might have a difficult time understanding the magnitude of this post is crucial. Glial cells are non-neural cells that help keep homeostasis and with the maintenance of the myelin sheath. These cells also help with protection and support of neurons in one’s […]
I feel like it is time to finish my first book. I am in need of an excellent ghost writer. Someone that will take time in getting to know me. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice? I greatly appreciate any help that a person might give….
As I like to think I live an active life I wonder what do others think? I will describe what keeps me busy these days just in September. Starting from the first day of school I have taught throughout northeast Wisconsin 17 of the 22 school days. Granted a few of those had been half […]
The other day, I said, “A person should not pity individuals asking for help, he or she should pity the people that choose to not help.” Please help in making this post explode on the Internet. In other words, share this with whoever on any social networking site.
Do not cry over spilt milk Have you ever heard the phrase, “Do not cry over spilt milk?” This idiom does not really mean you should cry over spilt milk. What it means is do not worry about the things you cannot change or have happened in the past. The reason why I bring this […]
The Power of Fire I was sitting in church today and came upon the topic of fire. Our pastor talked about how Jesus was bringing fire to earth. The element of fire is both destructive and creative. No one can predict when nature will cause a fire and it can and will with no warning […]
A Class Reunion It is about that time, 10 years, after high school graduation when the class president starts contacting your peers to attend a reunion party. As much as you want to go you start to realize that not much has changed among your student body. Today’s technology (e.g., Internet) people make it very […]
As much as many students do not want school to start up again it is an inevitable. I will share some helpful tools that I used and had been crucial with the success in my collegiate career. First is more time while taking tests and projects and if needed assignments. The recommendation had […]