Katharine B. Coggeshall is a technical writer-editor with a BS in biology and a BA in chemistry. Katharine has been published by Popular Mechanics, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Inklings Publishing Group, Voices of Eve, Projected Letters, Blue Mountain Arts, and Yahoo! Associated Content, to name a few. She currently authors thehealthyhappyblog.com.
Climate change is a hot-button issue that keeps getting hotter. Learn about 7 sustainable materials you can use in your everyday life to fight back against climate change. These sustainable materials are easy to replenish and do not require large amounts of pesticides. | Read More →Words: 573 Downloads: 0 Category: Home By: Katharine Coggeshall
If you are looking for interesting ideas to consider in early retirement, here are ten. From baby rocking to fundraising, these ideas span the gamut, and you are sure to find one that sparks your interest. These ideas go beyond the traditional travel and scrapbooking retirement options. | Read More →Words: 532 Downloads: 0 Category: Health & Lifestyles By: Katharine Coggeshall
Here are eight insider tips on how to write a winning R&D 100 application. Learn what the judges are looking for in an application and why. Everything from the cover to the appendix is discussed. | Read More →Words: 735 Downloads: 0 Category: Science By: Katharine Coggeshall
Did you know that October is National Financial Planning month? With a nod to the end of the fiscal year, you can start the new fiscal year fresh. This article provides basics on debt management, savings, and retirement to get you started on a financial plan. | Read More →Words: 625 Downloads: 0 Category: Personal Finance By: Katharine Coggeshall
How you represent your data is critical to your audience's interpretation and reception of your work. Data visualization in the sciences is rooted in three categories: tables, figures, and videos. Each of these is discussed along with when to use which technique. | Read More →Words: 706 Downloads: 0 Category: Science By: Katharine Coggeshall
For your first college experience, you may not know what to expect or what to bring on move-in day. This article details what to expect in a dorm room and what you should bring to college. An organized checklist of necessary and optional items are discussed. | Read More →Words: 627 Downloads: 0 Category: Lifestyles By: Katharine Coggeshall
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