Shodo: The Quiet Art of Japanese Zen Calligraphy

Expanding one’s knowledge of culture not only adds to your personal stature but it can also change your home environment

Shozo Sato is a master of the traditional Zen Arts. He specializes in the tea ceremony, ink painting, flower arranging, and Japanese theatre. Sato conducts workshops through out the United States. I liked the chapter where he talks about the spirit of the brush. He explains how it’s an inner game and an outer game. You have to prepare mentally and physically. You have to control your breathing and concentrate your energy. The idea of learning something that so completely involves my mind and body is interesting to me. Read more

New Internet Listing Service, Made for Students

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New Internet Listing Service, Made for Students

San Marcos, TX: There is a new player in the multi-billion dollar student housing industry. Rather than competing with management companies, StudentRentIt.com is here to help them while providing a service that students can relate to. Read more

Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field

March 13, 2014 by  
Filed under A Note for You, Front Page

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Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field
There are many perks and benefits to working in any job related to the medical or healthcare industry. Here are several reasons why you should consider pursuing a career in the medical field.

Good compensation
A career in the healthcare industry would always be a lucrative opportunity. Due to the high demand for highly skilled health care workers, the earning potential will also remain high. The higher your skill sets are the better your pay becomes.

High demand – always.
There is never a shortage of demand for careers in the medical field. Every year, the demand for new doctors, nurses, medical equipment operators, midwives, dentists, even medical transcriptionists increase. You can be assured that there would always be a job for you in the medical industry. Read more

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