Patricia Babbitt is a versatile, experienced freelance writer. She has written SEO web content, articles for the Internet and print, e-books, social networking campaigns, and transcription. She was invited to join Constant Content and wrote a series of articles on Celtic history, which most sold quickly. This summer, she will take an extended trip to Scotland and Ireland and write more articles for Constant Content on a topic that she enjoys.
Other writing experience includes a copy editor preparing novel manuscripts for publication for Pendium Publishing over several years. Her versatility, exceptional writing abilities, and creative solutions have garnered her repeat clients and continued success as a published freelance writer.
Tattooing has long been associated with the insular Celts of the British Isles. These tattoos were not elaborate and were associated with a wide range of people from varying backgrounds. There are many references to insular Celts with the most notable in The Gallic Wars as noted by Caesar. | Read More →Words: 478 Downloads: 0 Category: Classical Studies By: Patricia Babbitt
Before Christianity spread throughout the British Isles, the lunar calendar guided Celtic life. The night was the beginning of the new day. The Celtic calendar was based on the elliptical orbit of the earth. Phases of the moon were associated with difference, specific characteristics and believed to affect human emotions. | Read More →Words: 562 Downloads: 0 Category: Classical Studies By: Patricia Babbitt
The ancient druids, tribal priests to the early Celts, celebrated key events according to the cycles of the sun and moon. They believed that the standing stone circles found throughout the British Isles were alive and represented a living vortex to other worlds. Each year, druids would pilgrimage to Stonehenge on summer solstice, the longest day of the entire year. Most, if not all, of the stone circles in the British Isles are tied to the orbital paths of the sun and moon. There are several other significant stone circles in the British Isles besides Stonehenge. Although druids did not put the stone circles in place, they made use of them in their practices. | Read More →Words: 464 Downloads: 1 Category: Classical Studies By: Patricia Babbitt
The ancient Druids of Ireland were tribal leaders who were often more powerful than the Celtic kings and queens. There was a distinctive structure to order of these Celtic leaders: bards, ovates,and druids. The Romans provided the most detailed record of observations. | Read More →Words: 469 Downloads: 0 Category: Classical Studies By: Patricia Babbitt
Good health is no accident. Good nutrition is essential to good health and is a daily choice. When good nutrition and exercise are working together, the affect is good health and an overall sense of well-being. For overall good health, it is important to eat for good health. Understanding how to maintain a slightly alkaline pH is the beginning of understanding good health. There is so much to know about the affects of pH on the body. It´s everything. | Read More →Words: 689 Downloads: 1 Category: Nutrition By: Patricia Babbitt
The Claddagh is an Irish symbol of love, courtship, and marriage. The way it is worn announces a woman´s social status. The jeweler who made this ring has an interesting story of his own. | Read More →Words: 396 Downloads: 0 Category: Classical Studies By: Patricia Babbitt
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