Charity is wildly interested in business and entrepreneurship, psychology, green living, and home improvement. She believes that everybody is capable of accomplishing anything that they want if they have the right mindset. She thinks of herself as proof of this concept.
While at this institution, she ran a federally funded NIH Psychological study at the Family Study Center and conducted research at the Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry.
She was also involved in the Leadership Program.
Charity has ghostwritten a white paper on the health benefits of being vegetarian. She has also published blogs for health clinics about how to improve your well being through changing your nutritional intake.
Charity has worked on a project supplying Angie's List with articles ranging from how to pick out tapestries to how to remove dampness from basements.
Charity has written on topics ranging from relationships, friendships, and women in the workforce. I recently completed an ebook on women entrepreneurship.
Charity has written about many business related topics from social media marketing and how to start your own business to women in entrepreneurship.
Charity is skilled in writing about a range of self help topics from trying to reach self-actualization to overcoming the effects of abuse.
Charity has been interested in green living since she was a little girl. A green hobbyist, she has begun composting, recycling, and upcycling many objects. She has authored a well received article on the future of algae as a biofuel.
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