Mar 30

Georgia Scenic Drive: Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway

Georgia Scenic Drive: Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Cool in the summer, mild in the winter, the Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway beckons you to lose yourself in its luscious timberland. Linger atop Brasstown Bald to absorb all 360 degrees of rolling highlands. Escape the crowds and retire to the cooling mists of […]

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Mar 30

Illinois Scenic Drives: Great Rivers Scenic Route

Illinois Scenic Drives: Great Rivers Scenic Route Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest Within the expanse of Great Rivers Scenic Route, the Mississippi, Missouri, and Illinois Rivers meet to form a 35,000-acre floodplain. This confluence is the backdrop for the Meeting of the Great Rivers Scenic Route. The river systems have been vital transportation routes […]

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Mar 30

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest PO Box 100 Mineral, CA 96063 530-595-4444 www.nps.gov/lavo At Lassen Volcanic National Park, located in northeastern California about 50 miles east of Redding, visitors will find a landscape still recovering from volcanic devastation that took place more than 90 years ago. The park contains picturesque […]

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Mar 30

South Dakota Scenic Drives

South Dakota Scenic Drives Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest From Mount Rushmore to landmarks of Native American culture, South Dakota scenic drives take you on a historical journey. Before hopping in your car, however, you’ll need to plan your trip. That’s where we come in. The links at the bottom of this page go […]

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Mar 30

The Lost Girls: How Women With Autism Are Hurt by Sexist Science

The Lost Girls: How Women With Autism Are Hurt by Sexist Science We’d like to think that in today’s world, gender bias in science is all but eradicated. Science is objective, after all, it’s cold hard facts — what could be sexist about data? But it turns out to be a whole lot more complicated than that, especially […]

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Mar 30

What It’s Like To Live With Fibromyalgia

What It’s Like To Live With Fibromyalgia I can’t remember the last time I felt normal. The moment, so long ago that I hold it with the same nostalgia that one holds their Christmases of childhood or their college years. I have Fibromyalgia. It’s a chronic illness that causes widespread pain, extreme fatigue, stomach issues, […]

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Mar 30

Evidence Backed Benefits of Sauna Usage

Evidence Backed Benefits of Sauna Usage I have previously alluded to the various health and longevity benefits of regular sauna sessions. This seems to have raised a few eyebrows, both from those that are sceptical, and those that want to know more. I was thinking this over this morning (during my post-workout sauna session). I thought […]

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Mar 30

Design Thinking: Putting People First

Design Thinking: Putting People First This report was written as part of the Hyper Island DXD module on Design Thinking. The objective was to critically analyse and reflect on Design Thinking as an organisational resource, emphasising the significance of the empathy phase and taking ethics into account. I’ll also reflect on my experience of applying Design […]

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Mar 30

An Evolving Manifesto — Part 1: The Intro

An Evolving Manifesto — Part 1: The Intro To kick off this publication, I thought it would be worthwhile to outline my thoughts on architecture and design as a way to organize both the content of my future writing as well as my own thoughts. The question at the forefront of this “Evolving Manifesto” series is “why do […]

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Mar 30

How are whitewater rapids classified?

How are whitewater rapids classified? Follow us Facebook YouTube Twitter Pinterest OK, so you’ve got a spiffy new kayak, canoe or raft, and you’re itching to try it out on a whitewater rapid. But while you want those rapids to be challenging enough for you to have an exhilarating time, you don’t want them to […]

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