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Alyssa Sellors is an English and Journalism educator as well as a freelance writer and journalist. She has been teaching for seven years and enjoys the challenges of teaching writing to high school students. She is a regular contributor to a number of publications and speaks at annual conferences on topics regarding scholastic journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband and two chihuahuas.

Traveling to Europe? 5 Tips When Renting a Car Outside of the U.S.

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Not every country will honor your state driver's license, and you may even be turned away from the rental car counter unless you have an International Driver's Permit (IDP). Read More »

TV Review: Spike TV’s ‘Coaching Bad’ Sees Ray Lewis Rehabilitate Angry Youth Coaches

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Spike TV’s new reality show Coaching Bad takes us behind the scenes into the gritty underbelly of children’s athletics to counsel angry coaches. Think of it as the Dance Moms of kid sports. Ray Lewis, former Ravens linebacker, plays host alongside anger management specialist Dr. Christian Conte as they aim to rehabilitate bad coaches that fly off of the handle ... Read More »

Get Your Website Noticed In 2015

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The bottom line is that you don’t need a marketing team or SEO “expert” to understand how search engines treat your content. Read More »

Natural and Premium Pet Foods: Pricey, and Booming

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More and more of us are spoiling our pets with premium pet food and taking a little extra care to check out the nutritional labels. Read More »

Smart Ways to Prevent Smartphone Theft

It’s a smart idea to consider security options to keep your smartphone and your personal information secure. Read More »

FDA Warns of Overprescribed ‘Low-T’ Testosterone Therapy

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More than 220 testosterone treatment lawsuits have been filed in U.S. District Courts attacking manufacturers of testosterone therapies for "aggressive marketing" to men who have no real medical need. Read More »

Vape Craze or Counter-Culture?

The term "vaping" takes on new meaning

For those of us relatively new to the concept, “vaping” is when someone uses a device, like an e-cigarette, that heats up liquid which turns into water vapor that is then inhaled just as you would with a cigarette. Read More »

Marijuana Goes Mainstream, But Are We Ready?

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It will be interesting to watch how more widespread acceptance and use of marijuana will affect not only state tax revenues but also the mindset of the American public. Read More »

Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage: A Quick Consumers’ Guide

Cloud based computing is convenient, but is it safe?

Cloud-based computing and storage really has become in some ways the best option for backing up and sharing files and data. Here are some good options for consumers. Read More »

Seven Japanese Bathroom Trends that Americans Should Adopt

Traditional Modern-day Japanese Bathroom

Traditional Japanese bathrooms are nothing short of a serene scenic journey into a misty rainforest. Read More »