Pinterest: “A fun reminder of the clothes I will never afford/fit into, the home décor I will never afford/fit into our small home, the recipes and crafts I am too lazy to ever make, the sayings I wasn’t clever enough to think of on my own, the photos I wish I had taken but didn’t.”
With finals approaching, papers to tackle and end of the year stress, college can be overwhelming. Try adding a kid to the mix.
Waves, incessantly crashing on the warm sandy shoreline, palm trees swaying with the light breeze, tourists laying on beach chairs with a fruity blend in one hand and an easy read in the other. Hawaii is the ideal getaway for anyone—regardless of age, interests or lifestyle. Depending on what island you visit, it can seem as though you’ve hopped into a post card and are living the dream.
Twenty-year-old student Anthony Morales is one of the many musicians at Pierce College Puyallup.
The Common Book Program that was introduced this year will continue through the 2012-2013 school year. The Nature Principle by Richard Louv was the book decided on for Pierce’s 2012-2013 common book, as voted upon by faculty and the Common Book Committee.
May 14-18 marked Pierce Puyallup’s annual Student Appreciation Week.
We eat out of convenience rather than considering the quality of what we consume. In a nation where fast food is easily accessible and affordable, we regularly eat highly processed foods when we really should be allowing our bodies to do the processing.
Climber, cyclist, skier, mountain guide, ski instructor, full-time parent, geography and environmental science instructor Tom Broxson, Pierce College Puyallup division chair of business and social sciences, has done it all.
Don’t you wish those previous generations would have held onto their clothes awhile longer?
John Medina, developmental molecular biologist and author of “Brain Rules: 12 principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home and School,” gave a lecture at Pierce College Puyallup on April 26.