The Love Languages Unofficial Survey

Lisa R. Parker

This is an unofficial survey I’ve used in family and community relationship courses. It’s a quick way of telling what love languages you prefer. You can also answer from your partner’s viewpoint and gain fresh understanding to augment your relationship. Don’t forget to get one of Dr. Gary Chapman’s books. […]

Consistency Is What Makes a Quality Online Course

Lisa R. Parker

Online courses enrollment is growing and growing. In 2018, nearly seven million students enrolled in online courses. In 2020, 82% of K-12 students attended schools that offered some type of remote instruction. What makes a good, quality online course though? We know that there are standards for evaluating good teaching […]

DIY Dog Food Storage Solutions

Lisa R. Parker

When it comes to keeping your furry friend’s dog food fresh, organized, and easily accessible, having the right storage solutions can make all the difference. Whether you prefer to buy dog food in bulk or make your own homemade recipes, having proper storage containers can help extend the shelf life […]

The Importance of Dental Continuing Education

Lisa R. Parker

The pursuit of lifelong learning-whether to enrich our lives, follow a new dream, or simply challenge ourselves, is certainly something that appeals to many of us. For some professionals, however, ongoing training in their fields of expertise is more important than for others. Individuals working in the medical and dental […]

Solving Workplace Issues with Personalized Private Coaching for Managers, Senior Leaders, and Executives.

Lisa R. Parker

In the modern workplace, managers, senior leaders, and executives face an array of challenges that can impact both their performance and the overall success of their organizations. These issues range from leadership and team dynamics to personal stress management and strategic decision-making. Personalized private coaching has emerged as a highly […]

Who Invented the Internet – What Is the Future?

Lisa R. Parker

Before the Internet was actually the Internet, it was called ARPAnet. ARPA-Who? Yes, it’s a funny sounding name for sure. Especially considering what the Internet is today, literally encompassing every aspect of our lives. ARPAnet is an acronym for Advanced Research Projects Agency Network. In the late 1960s, The Advanced […]