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Health
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Repair Your Brain -- With Your Radio!

We're careful about what goes into our bodies through our mouths, our noses, and our skin. But what about what goes into our bodies through our ears?

Business & Money
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
3 Reasons a Music Teacher Should NOT Come to Your Home

There are flyers on your door almost every week for music lessons in your home. But is that really a good idea?

Entertainment
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Listen to Classical Music like an Expert

Many people are intimidated by classical music because they simply do not know anything about classical music. However, listening to classical music can be enjoyable and have many health benefits, so if you have wondered what you are supposed to be hearing, and why classical music has endured through...

Entertainment
by classicalgeek
6 years ago
French Baroque Drinking Songs

There is classical music they didn't tell you about in school . . . .

Entertainment
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Classical Music

Classical Music covers the period roughly between 800 A.D. and the beginning of World War I, and includes all music covered in this 1100-year period. The category covers everything from Gregorian chant to huge symphonies, and all kinds of vocal, instrumental and orchestral works in between. The early...

Technology
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Holding Online Contests for Writing Sites

Contest ideas for your site for writers or photographers? This might get you started.

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
7 years ago
Ways to Stimulate Your Child's Brain Development

Even before your child is born, you can begin helping your child's brain to develop. By using a combination of strategies, you can help your child achieve her or his full potential.

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
2 years ago
How to Infuriate Professional Musicians

Professional musicians get irritated easily, and if you're really wanting to see someone foam at the mouth (and lose your musician friend in the process), here's how to do it.

Health
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Ten Ways for Students to Get Enough Sleep

Moving to a dorm room from home requires all kinds of adjustments, and the added noise and other factors may disrupt your ability to sleep. Here are some suggestions to help make sure that you get enough sleep to stay healthy and keep up your grades!

Travel & Places
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Keep Austin Weird -- Offbeat Tourist Attractions

Back in the year 2000, Austin Community College Librarian Red Wassenich (who has a long history of behaving rather oddly himself) remarked offhandedly on phone call to a radio station, "Keep Austin Weird." Since then, that slogan has become the rallying cry for those who are proud of Austin's...

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Free Summer Fun

What parent hasn't heard, "I'm bored" from their child? Rather than responding "Do you want to find something to do, or do you want me to find you something to do?" (which I heard from my parents, try some of these activities instead!

Business & Money
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Top 10 Advantages of Working from Home

Thinking about working from home? Here's the top ten advantages of working at home!

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Top 5 Reasons to Home School

If you are thinking of home schooling your children, and you are on the fence, here are some advantages you may not have considered.

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Decommercializing Christmas

Is Christmas becoming too commercialized for you? Here's some ways to tone down the frenzy.

Business & Money
by classicalgeek
4 years ago
Talk With Your Home or Renter Insurance Agent

Being honest with your agent could save you thousands of dollars if you ever have a claim.

Health
by classicalgeek
8 years ago
Making Your Dreams a Reality

Many of us were talked out of our dreams by our parents, who grew up with the Depression, World War II and rationing, and other privations. I certainly was, and did not reclaim my dream until I was thirty years old. And for many of us, we came from families who had other problems: poverty, lower social status, lack of education, or some other factor that prevented us from going after "the pie in the sky." If you are one of those people, I have nothing but understanding for you.

Entertainment
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
The Avignon Theatre Festival and Festival Off

The world-famous Theatre Festival of Avignon IN, and the rambunctious Theatre Festival of Avignon OFF are an experience not to be missed if you love theater. These two theatre festivals, which run side-by-side for three weeks, offer almost round the clock performances in a gorgeous French medieval town. A summer destination to remember for any drama lover!

Travel & Places
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Non-Art Museums in Dallas, Texas

If you think museums are devoted only to art, think again! Dallas, Texas has a number of museums to visit that have nothing to do with art: history, transportation, and even cute fire fighters provide entertainment and education for your visit to Dallas, Texas!

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
End Back to School Morning Madness

If your family is like most other families, at the start of the school year, everything is chaotic. Nobody can find their homework, keys, permission slips, or even anything clean to wear. Fortunately, there are cures for the back to school chaos, and with a little planning, your family...

Business & Money
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Creating an Unpaid Internship

Think you'd like an unpaid intern? Make sure you're not breaking the law!

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