Having the answers

As I was preparing for our hormone deep dive class on thyroid hormones earlier this week, I was poking around a bit to see what other practitioners had

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On Teaching & Learning

I read this quote by David Wong on Austin Kleon's blog post "A willingness to be bad" this week (highly recommend the entire blog post, by the way):

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Episode 35 | How to Stay Calm(er) When You’re Giving a Presentation with Megan Hamilton

Planning to do any public speaking in 2022? In this episode, I interview public speaking expert Megan Hamilton, who shares an easy strategy you can use to stay calm

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Speaking with Power Workshop with Megan Hamilton

Speaking with PowerMonday, January 31 from 5-6 pm ETwith guest teacher Megan Hamilton"Speaking With Power" covers all of the bases so that you can give a confident and

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Takeaways from Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World Conference

I’ve just returned from a conference on Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World in Savannah, GA. I sometimes struggle with how/what to report after a conference.

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Where to get Nutrition CEUs

Yay. You’ve gotten your CNS or a nutrition license! Congrats – you’re a certified/licensed nutrition specialist extraordinaire. Not to rain on your parade, and it’s a good idea

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HAPS Conference, part 1

I attended the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society’s annual conference in Atlanta a few weeks ago. I’ve written up a few of the highlights from my conference experience

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Top 5 Sessions from #et4online

​Here are some thoughts on the top 5 sessions I attended at the recent Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium in Dallas, TX. You can also read

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American Herbalists Guild 2014 Symposium

I’ll be teaching a class on herbs for the postpartum period during this year’s symposium, and I’ve also been invited to lead a pre-conference intensive on creating a

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