Amanda H. loves to read, write, and learn. She has seventy-two college credits yet has not applied for graduation because she wants to continue to learn all she can, while she can. She has taken all of the English and writing classes that her college offers, in hopes of perfecting her craft. She has also focused her education by taking teaching courses, and she loves to write lesson plans. She has written SEO content for several different websites and knows the in and outs of writing for search engines. Amanda understands that the first rule for search engine optimization is to write engaging content for the reader, then worry about keyword ratios after the content is useful and original. Her goal is to write in a way that the readers want to comment or click on additional links in order to learn more. She has many hobbies that enrich her writing, including attending college classes, participating in a weekly writing class at her library, hiking, reading, homeschooling her three children, and an unhealthy obsession with Doctor Who. She has experience in public school classrooms as a volunteer and substitute teacher. Amanda's favorite subjects to write about are health, fitness, and education related. She loves being a writer because of all the new things she learns through research. She has received great reviews for her ghostwriting services and is considered fast and efficient. She strives to put out the best work possible for each and every article, even if it is one out of many for the day.
Amanda specializes in healthy lifestyle writing, she believes that what we put into our body is important and has written several articles about supplements, exercises that work, and healthy living. Health and fitness articles are her favorite to write about because she feels passionate about being healthy.
Amanda also homeschools her children. She has worked within the Florida school system and it taught her skills to manage large groups, however she learned that if she wants her children to get a real education she would have to take them home and do it herself. She puts her lesson plans online for other educators, homeschool and public teachers alike, and she receives great reviews for them.
Amanda has a strong love for learning. She has public school teaching experience as a substitute and volunteer, and she home-schools her three children. Her family loves to camp around the state of Florida and learn about new places, each new trip adds more to draw from when writing. She also takes college courses to enrich her writing and she thinks that one should always be learning something new. She has an unhealthy obsession with Doctor Who, BBC America, and pretty much all things from the United Kingdom. Her husband is a sheriff's deputy and she has working knowledge of law enforcement procedures in a small town. She is involved in her local 4-H and has a passion for conservation of her home state of Florida because it seems to be disappearing before her eyes. She would love to write about any of her hobbies and passions, yet still enjoys all the jobs she does where she gets to research a whole new topic.
According to Merriam Webster's Dictionary Punishment and Discipline are synonyms. I strongly beg to differ. Despite the fact that they are labeled as synonyms, their definitions give hint to the differences in the meaning of the words and the results of the usage.
Discipline: 1.Punishment 2.Instruction 3.Field of Study 4.Training that corrects, molds, perfects, mental facilities and moral character
Punishment 1.Act of punishing 2.A. Suffering pain or loss that serves as retribution B. Penalty inflicted on offender through judicial system 3.Sever, rough, disastrous treatment
As a parent, you have a choice between choosing Discipline and Punishment. (If you are like me, you are likely to be faced with the choice several times a day!) I have learned through trial and error that discipline works better than punishment.
What is the big difference between these two words that are technically synonyms? Well when it comes to parenting, I think they are two ends of a spectrum.
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