Lost in the Country: The Cliffs of Moher

We booked our excursion to Galway and the Cliffs of Moher along the Wild Atlantic Way with Wild Rover Tours via Viator for $57 per person. Viator is a great way to connect with local tours and attractions, but beware--while they have tickets for just about everything, not all will actually save you money. For …

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"We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect." -Anaïs Nin "The trouble is, you think you have time." -Buddha I've written a lot in the past about the past. I've written vividly about my failed attempt at breastfeeding, getting tendonitis at my first fast food job, reconciling with my mother--and each …

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Great Web Resources for (ELA) Teachers

As a teacher, I strive to have different interactive activities for the classroom. I’m fortunate enough to be at a one-to-one school, which means every student gets the opportunity to use technology. There are a few websites that are my go-to when it comes to fun, technology-based activities. Some are specific for English teachers, but …

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Why America Needs Better Public Transportation

A brief disclaimer before I begin: I acquired all of the information below through various websites. Some present their opinions alongside the statistics. I will be presenting my opinion alongside the facts I’ve gathered throughout this thread (that being, more or less: public transportation is good). Without any further ado, let's get into it! To …

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