Social Justice Advocacy 101: How to Become a Social Justice Advocate From A to Z

If you want to learn more about this topic, then visit www.HowExpert.com/socialjustice. The premise of the book Social Justice Advocacy 101: How to Become a Social Justice Advocate From A to Z is that people are passionate about standing up for causes they care about, but simply don’t know where to begin to take action. […]

Toy Photographer 2.0: How to Take Your Lego Toy Photography to the Next Level

If you want to learn more about this topic, then visit www.howexpert.com/toyphotographer Even though toy photography is not as famous as its brothers and sisters, it has been around longer than one might expect. With the internet and social media getting into our lives more and more each day, toy photographers from all around the […]

The INTJ Female

Who are we INTJ ladies? You’re the girl in the corner of the coffee shop with her laptop, novel, or term paper. The one who is completely invisible and silent until she needs to speak up to make a correction or completely shut someone down. We spend our time at home, in book stores, or […]

Running for Women 101

Long-distance running is popular among women, and they compete in races ranging from the 5K to the marathon. Women who have been casually competing in races for at least a few months are likely ready to increase the intensity of their training so they can reach their full potential. Following specific, research-backed training plans and […]

Kickboxing 101

Kickboxing is a stand-up form of striking. It consists of a variety of attacks but is commonly known for strikes with the hands and legs (punches and kicks). This is only a small part of kickboxing, however, as the form of combat includes knee strikes, elbow strikes, open palm techniques, and many other stand-up attacks. […]

ISFJ 101

You know you’re an ISFJ Defender (or at least very nearly) when: 1. You’re under seventy years of age, and everything you see or hear reminds you of a vividly-remembered experience you had in the past. 2. When your kid’s preschool teacher comes to pickup all excited about the child’s construction-paper Groundhog hat that they […]

Introverted Expat

Traveling to a new and unknown place is a scary and exciting decision. After you arrive in your new home country, reality hits and the glittery romanticism of expat life starts to rub off. Beneath it, the undeniable truth shines through: you’re an introvert, and it’s the reason why the challenges of living abroad are […]