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  • What It’s Like To Be A Physical Therapist by G-Mom


    “They took me down in the basement and spanked me!” one 50-something patient declared in the morning. Alas, I did not call 911 – it was the medication talking.

    I’ve been a physical therapist for 16 years. Currently I work at a hospital rehabilitating…

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  • 11 Ways To Build Equity in Your Career by Hbw®

    Simple things can either make or break your reputation at work.  The less your boss or supervisor has to think about the following things , the more respect you will gain. 
    1. Know the difference between talking and chatting. 
    2. Arrive on time.  
    3. Forget your…

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  • A Day in the Life of an Art Director - on a Photo Shoot by Jeanne Winters

    As an art director for print material featuring my clients' home decor and gift products, I often spent days on set styling detailed products for photography. I loved it! Photo studios are typically fun working environments, but the people are what truly make it a great job for creative types.

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  • How to Become a Writer by Britt-Berg

    It's 1980 and I tiptoe into my mother's office, a large room in the back of our house that she calls the "Magic Room." She doesn't let us play in there much. I hear the click-clack-clickety-clack of her typewriter. My mother is a writer.

    It's 1993 and I come home from high…

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  • A Day in the Life of a Children’s Book Writer by Ann Cameron

    A nice day:  first I check the e-mail and the snail mail.  A little girl, Areyanna, has written me, "You have the goodest books!"  and somebody else, in the UK wants to find one of my books as an audio book, because she and her partner read it to their kids 15 years ago, and want to…

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