Substitute Teacher with a Bachelor's in communications/English. 20 years of writing for news, magazines, blogs, education, and business. Public speaking, media, recruiting and teaching experience.
Covering topics such as hypnotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic care, ayurvedic medicine and Yoga. I also teach occasional Shamanic Journey workshops (trance work) in Tacoma. See my list of workshops at http://RevampShebang.com
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Great researcher and writer. I've been published in: Capitol Hill Times, Enumclaw Courier-Herald, Federal Way News, Fife Free Press, Indica (magazine), Milton Edgewood Signal, My Edmonds News, MLT News, Puget Sound Business Journal, Random Lengths News, Seattle’s Child, Tacoma News Tribune, Tacoma Weedly, Tacoma Weekly, The Olympian, University Place Press, and many more publications.
Gotta admit I was pretty excited to learn Garrison Wells, who holds black belts in jujitsu, judo and Goju Ryu karate, was sending me his book of vampire poetry to review. *Kapow!*
With so many new writers seeking publicity these days, bloggers must often slog through typos, poorly written sentences and whatever else bleeds bloody grammar stains all over our freshly pressed white blouses. That is not the case with Garrison Wells' work, however. As a seasoned journalist, he's got skills and pro...
Amara Volunteer Teresa Ciabattari comforts children in crisis
Since December 2016, PLU Professor Teresa Ciabattari has volunteered two to three times a month with the Tacoma Emergency Sanctuary (TES). To give back to the community, Ciabattari assists staff with providing trauma-informed care to children who enter the sanctuary under urgent situations.
Ciabattara’s volunteer work might include transporting children to the doctor’s office, to school or on field trips to either the YMCA or Pt. D...
Worm composting bin zen (and more free classes!) According to John Inch, pet worms will run away SLOWLY if they’re not happy with the home you provided
By Tami Jackson
While most people know you can cast a fishing line with a worm dangling on the end of a hook, fewer realize that worm castings (or worm dung) offers one of the richest natural fertilizers to be found, anywhere, and you can grow worms for their finest fertilizer on your own back porch. Some gardeners are so obsessed by the quality of worm bin harvest they put their noses to the “soil” and insist that worm castings smell just like forest loam.
To gain extensive publicity for Seattle Systems (a prosthetic limb manufacturer) I wrote many magazine articles like this one and gained free publicity for the company, as a result.