A while back I came across an article posted by Forbes which discussed the 15 things that productive people do differently. After reading through the list, I found that while I already follow some of these items on a daily basis, I go against a few and lack the others. Nevertheless, I have been actively … Continue reading Ultra Productive?
I have officially started my final year at the University of Tennessee. This has caused me much excitement as well as some general concerns. I have spent the better part of 5 years in pursuit of my college degree, but due to the inability to receive full credit for my previous obtained credits from South College. This … Continue reading The State of Things
Sonora Smart Dodd and the establishment of Father's Day - 1910 copied from: http://www.discovery-school.org/doddfathersday.html Sonora Louise Smart was born in Jenny Lind, Sebastian County, Arkansas in 1882 to farmer William Jackson Smart and his wife Ellen Victoria Cheek Smart. When Sonora was 16, her mother died giving birth to her brother Marshal. Sonora was the … Continue reading History of Fathers Day
disclaimer: this was written to be an argumentative essay, I do not in anyway promote the idea of censorship or an infringement upon the rights given under the First Amendment or the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The First Amendment gives every American the right to the freedom of speech. This right of speech gives … Continue reading The Unacceptable Offense