Hello! I’m feeling much better this week and have lots of good links to share!
I found these two from a blogger I’ve just recently met:
10 Ways to find more time for reading – remember reading is important and a good example to set for your kids if you have them!
Somaly Mam – This is the web site of The Somaly Mam Foundation which is a nonprofit public charity working to end human trafficking. It is named after Somaly Mam who was “sold into a life of sexual slavery” and “was forced to work in a brothel with many other young girls”.
National Wildlife Federation reports that the Bush Administration Launching Sneak Attack on Endangered Species Act.
Kristen King brings up an important problem for many college students – many don’t have health insurance or are under insured: Student Health Insurance
Methamphetamine is becoming a bigger problem all the time – Dr. Val interview the creator of an anti-meth program: Kansas and Australia Team Up To Fight Methamphetamine (Meth) Abuse.
Healthbolt had another great blog carnival (which I missed submitting anything to again!).
Work and Business
Tammy Lenski shared some tips on Conflict at work: How to know when to let it go?
Denise Wakeman discussed Organizing Your Business Education.
Anita Bruzzese wrote about how is it important to never give up if you want to be successful in Got Grit?
Elizabeth at GenBetween wrote about Sandwich Generation dilemmas.
Just for Fun!
‘Separated by a common language’ is a blog I’ve been reading for a while now – it has nothing to do with mine, but I find it interesting. A recent post lists some of the different names that are used for vegetables by Americans and the British: the big list of vegetables – for example what we call eggplant in the US, the British call ‘aubergine’!
Have a great weekend!
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