Author Archives: nrdgrl71

Modern Alchemy

My loves of science and nature married and birthed something amazing.  I spend every day lately, researching, formulating, creating.  I am a modern-day alchemist.  I am following my dream to pursue people, pet and planet safe STUFF–that I can create … Continue reading

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What if……

What if we learned that someone spoke of an incident prior to its occurrence? For me, that would mean that he had prior knowledge of said occurrence, and possibly aided in its planning.  What if there is no problem? What … Continue reading

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Modern-day Alchemist 

I like to think of myself as a modern day alchemist.  I love science and nature, and I’m enjoying combining the two to create skin care products at home that are good for me, and safe for the planet, and … Continue reading

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Swallowing hard pills…

My attempts at remaining positive and hopeful, as opposed to cynical, are becoming increasingly more difficult.  I am human.  I grow weary, exhausted even, when my expressed aspirations fall on ears and eyes of the willfully deaf and blind.  I … Continue reading

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Narrative, narratives

I like this word.  I am using it a lot lately, especially in my studies.  I have learned there is more to the word than meets the eye, too. A narrative can be so much more than just a story. … Continue reading

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Science is Sad and so am I

I am sad today, as are many of us, especially those in the scientific community.  I almost felt like the world came to an end when I first read those fateful words this morning.  I cried a little too, on … Continue reading

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Food Insecurity in Families with School-aged Children

  I am working on a project for one of my classes.  The theme is an examination of food insecurity and the effects on learning.  I have been researching already, and have found excellent sources.  I would like to find … Continue reading

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Random thoughts during weekend studies….

Just putting this out there: I love being a Northeastern Husky!  I am so glad to be attending one of the best universities in the nation.  I have a quality education already from NEU, and I am earning even more … Continue reading

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Presenting….. Prezi

I just completed the very first “mini presentation” for my graduate studies.  It may not be much now, but I am stoked about what is in store for me ahead.  I am excited already about learning how to create learning … Continue reading

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Happy Friday

Happy Friday, everyone! I am really excited about all the things I am already learning, and this is only the 3rd week of graduate school.  I finally feel like I found the path I should be on, education-regardless of industry. … Continue reading

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