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Kathy, or kbuzz as she likes to be known, has worked in sales  in the kindergarten through grade twelve textbook publishing business for over twenty years.  Throughout those years, she has realized that content is truly king.  Children love an interesting tale or real life information  in those K-12 books if presented in an entertaining way.  Adults crave information too, and the information they want and need varies from day to day.   The world has a limitless number of topics to address so the world is one huge supermarket of topics available.  She applauds Infobarrel for being the shopping basket going up and down those aisles and making that content available.

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Business & Money
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Finding a Job After Teaching

Teacher sometimes search for a job outside of teaching. Suggestions are given for three distinct possibilities on that endeavor.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
5 years ago
College Survival Skill: Get Help Making the Grade

A sobering statistic says that one-third of the students entering college are not ready academically for coarse work. Credit hours, big bucks, and self esteem is at risk as students get to college and discover how difficult the demands can be. Before there is a big problem, consider getting a tutor. Fabulous new online, personalized tutoring sessions actually guarantee success.

Travel & Places
by kbuzz
5 years ago
The Best Staycation Plans

Why consider a staycation versus vacation? Reasons abound such as lack of time and money. There is no need to feel cheated. With careful planning, a staycation might be a best kid vacation. Take planning hints from great vacations taken out of one's home city.

Health
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Improving Children's Social Skills

Oh the joys of raising children are many. Bearing witness to their first coos, steps, and words all bring smiles to the loving adults around them. Few things frustrate those same adults and teachers of those children when the child lacks social skills. Simple recognition of the need for those skills and determination to provide a role model offers a solution for that frustration.

History
by kbuzz
5 years ago
History of a Few Accidental Inventions

Fun indeed is reading concerning the history of everyday items. More enjoyable yet is perusing the information on inventions that came about as accidents. Post-It Notes and Silly Putty provide such an opportunity.

Entertainment
by kbuzz
5 years ago
TV in the Twentieth Century: Lessons To LIve By

Where does one start to tell the story of television shows in the twentieth century? Thinking back to favorites is about the only direction to go. In looking back at favorites, a bit of thought can tell the story of lessons actually learned from those shows.

Technology
by kbuzz
5 years ago
New Technologies, New Textbooks?

Are textbooks dead? Before anyone gets out a shovel to bury those books, think again. Textbooks fulfill a need for neatly packaging a comprehensive content. That need is alive and well. Futuristic indeed are possibilities for forms that textbooks take in the near and distant future.

Entertainment
by kbuzz
5 years ago
January and February Winter Wonderland in Houston?

When the winter holidays behind the Bayou City residents, two months of "winter" remain, January and February. In fact, those two months traditionally usher in more wintry weather than December. What are the winter wonderland activities found in Houston in January and February?

Home & Garden
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Quick Cleaning Tricks with 4 Pantry Items

Cleaning products star in a multi-billion dollar industry. Save those dollars and clean with four "rock stars" currently residing in the pantry and laundry room. Vinegar, salt, baking soda and lemon juice prove their worthiness as more than cooking products.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Top Google Zeitgeist List for 2011

Few lists tell the story of a year like the Google Zeitgeist 2011. The list tells the tale of fastest growing searches in Google. Trends and a look into what is on peoples' minds show up therein.

Health
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Obesity After 50, Why it Happens and What to Do

People of all ages struggle with excess weight. With children, bad eating and exercise habits perhaps started early in their lives. But what happens to the person who has never been over weight but all of a sudden is so after age 50? Why does it happen? What is a person to do?

Home & Garden
by kbuzz
5 years ago
Home Security Systems Tried and True and New

A few easy deterrents to home burglars have been around for a while. Still proven to work, these are tried and true ideas. New technology approaches with new systems and ideas hopefully to become soon added to the tried and true list.

Business & Money
by kbuzz
5 years ago
New Beginnings After Losing a Job

Take exact steps when a loss of a job is experienced. Those steps make all the difference in a successful job hunt. Learn from compare and contrast examples of people who have been through the trauma of a lost job.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
5 years ago
The Best New Year's Resolutions Period

Everyone makes them. New Year's resolutions rein supreme on January 1. Most eat black eyed peas just in case that works to bring good luck. Possibly good luck and New Year's resolutions are neither one so much luck as determination. What are the best New Year's resolutions?

Health
by kbuzz
6 years ago
Dry Shampoo What Why When

Dry shampoo is a useful product to have in the bathroom cabinet right along with the traditional wet version. Understanding the what, why,and when concerning dry shampoo helps the consumer make an informed decision on using the product.

Home & Garden
by kbuzz
6 years ago
Easy Ways to Increase Home Value

Home improvements can be scary in scope, time, and money. Before entering a project, careful time spent thinking through a budget, timeline, and exact, prioritized wish list help ease the pain.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
6 years ago
Winter Wear Miracle

No shortage of winter wear graces the store shelves and mail order catalog pages. Look no further than the miracle of silk for warmth in the coldest of winters.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
6 years ago
Mom and Pop Eateries in Houston

Houston does not lack great restaurants. Particularly noteworthy are the mom and pop restaurants. Finding such establishments is half the fun, almost as much so as the fabulous food found there.

Sports
by kbuzz
6 years ago
A Case Study in Becoming a SCUBA Diver

Read about the couch potato who turned into a scuba diver. Find inspiration and knowledge on how take up SCUBA diving as a sport. Learn indeed from the couch potato.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
6 years ago
The Christmas Tree and the Ultimate Eco Friendly Christmas

Christmas tree recycling programs let the gift of the Christmas tree live on far past the holiday season. Examples of tree recycling programs help implant the thinking process for recycling that tree. A great tree book to read for the holidays is provided.

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