Barbara Dahlgren is a freelance author whose articles have appeared worldwide.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Go Grannies Go!
The Buranova Grannies (Photo: Buranovskie Babushki/facebook) Here’s a little news you may have missed this week. A gaggle of grannies, The Buranovskie Babushki, from a remote Russian village won first place and will represent the country in Eurovision, the world’s … Continue reading
Staying Positive in a Negative World
Negativity abounds. We live in a “put-down” society – one that is eager to point out our short comings. We are not thin enough, smart enough, or good enough and probably never will be in the eyes of this world. … Continue reading
Half Full/Half Empty
All right, I admit it! I’m not the most optimistic person you will ever meet. How I envy those who naturally see the glass half-full, look for the good in others, walk on the sunny side of the street, look … Continue reading
The Hidden Meaning
We live in the age of information. Unfortunately information does not improve one’s communication skills. Companies are not just interested in what someone knows anymore. They want someone with the ability to communicate it to others. IBM employs technical writers … Continue reading