Web design…

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Had a few more contracts crop up for web design lately. I am trying to streamline my design process, but am finding it tough. I just like the visual design part so much better than the code part! So today … Read More

Bringing emotion to your dance

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  From my background in theater and dance, to a life seeped in bellydance and dance in general full-time, I have learned that one of the most powerful methods of showing emotion in performance is having a story firmly in … Read More

Health and fitness made simple…

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Another gem from Zen Habits, this time it’s the very simple truth about increasing your fitness. “Health and fitness are usually made to seem too complex. If you read a lot of fitness magazines and blogs (as I often do), … Read More

Improve your ‘About’ page

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I recently undertook the challenge of re-writing my About page (or bio page, or whatever you want to call it). It’s so hard! You want to be able to talk yourself up, and you want to sound professional, but you … Read More

Teacher Loyalty Redux

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Because I think it bears repeating, and with a little caveat added to the end: “To All Students,Regarding “Loyalty” to Your TeacherBy Amanda Niehauswith a few edits by me personally(originally posted at Shira.net which is a fantastic resource for all … Read More

What makes a good/bad teacher?

posted in: ethics, Teaching | 1

http://danceadvantage.net/2010/08/11/define-dolly-dinkle/ I had never heard of a Dolly Dinkle before, but it sounds all so familiar when compared to complaints and opinions voiced in the bellydance community. All artists have the same concerns… One commenter wrote: “Dolly Dinkle schools offer … Read More

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