Stephanie J. Bradberry
I have a passion for literature and anime. And I love everything involving academia, health, metaphysics and entrepreneurship. During my free time I enjoy nature, crocheting, reading, my kiddos, and writing.
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What’s Your Christmas Tree Personality?
When I first thought about how to identify personality types for Christmas trees, high school cliques and cliches came to mind. How fun would it be to find out if you were still a jock, Goth, nerd, or wallflower. Then my background as an academic coupled with recent professional developments kicked in. Was this topic DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) compatible? Categorizing people based on types of Christmas trees is laden with issues.
The Glass Menagerie: Laura Wingfield
The Glass Menagerie: Main Character? I love healthy debate, especially in the classroom. Is there a debate for who the main character is in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie? After many years, I have had time to rethink some of my initial thoughts about Laura Wingfield. Originally, I only looked at Laura as a minor character made major in my mind because I love exploring the marginalized. Upon further thought, it is the sheer uniqueness of Laura that brings her to the spotlight, not just the fact that the play is premised on everyone waiting for Jim’s arrival.
Crantastic Cranberry Sauce
There is no need to scour the internet for the best cranberry recipes. Right here will serve as a quick refuge from the onslaught of varied spins on the holiday classic, cranberry sauce. Long gone are my personal days of watching hours of cooking shows sporting their best and newest twists on traditional favorites.
Three Seeds To Kickstart Your Health
There are three seeds that top my list of “go-to” for their numerous benefits. So, who are the winners? They would be psyllium, chia and flax seeds. As people keep looking for ways to add more nutrition to their meals, these seeds have gained in popularity. Part of this is due to the fact that psyllium, chia and flax seeds are easy to add to your diet. Many people use them as a supplement in place of over-the-counter remedies and a way to add fiber and protein. A little goes a long way with these natural gems.