Month: June 2018

Six Simple Ways to Use Storytelling as Teaching Tools (Guest Post)

Guest Post by Jim Weiss Storytelling as Teaching Tools Stories are spectacularly successful learning tools. Many studies show that children whose parents tell and/or read stories to them from an early age turn out to be better readers and students later on.   Furthermore, you are twenty times more likely to remember information if you …

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A visit with #sacredtravel author, Evans Bowen

Evans Bowen is a self-described explorer, seeker, student, teacher, wife, and mom. She is also the creator of The Perpetual Pilgrim, a travel blog inspired by her life of sacred travel.  But at the core of it all, she is someone who is always discovering, learning and growing. She\’s also a world traveler who has …

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The Creative Part of Writing doesn\’t start with \”Someday\”

Ever heard someone, presumably, a person with dreams and aspirations for being an author, say this? \”Someday I\’ll get to writing my book.\” We all know what it\’s like to be busy and life has a way of getting in the way sometimes too. But here\’s the rub… …\”Someday\” isn\’t writing. Writing is writing. What …

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