Posts Tagged ‘life’

Your College Application Essay: Is It All About You?

by John Doe
January 11th, 2008

college.jpg The personal college essay is often difficult. What can you say about yourself that will take up 500 or 1,000 words? Does the idea of such writing make you anxious? Fear not, the personal essay process may not be as arduous as you think!

An admissions advisor or committee will pay careful attention to your personal essay. This will give them a good idea of you as a person. It will indicate what your personality is like, what your goals are, and any interests you currently have.

You should check on the essay requirements even before you plan to write. Some schools may require 500 words while others may want a different length. Some facilities may want a double-spaced essay with 1-inch margins while others may not be as concerned with detail.

When you’ve found what is required, it’s time to start writing. Don’t feel pressured as most essays, …

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Dog Rescue Groups and Canine Adoption

by John Doe
March 12th, 2007

dogs.jpg One of the kindest and most caring things a person can do for a homeless dog is to adopt them. Life has thrown them a curve ball and you can be there to straighten it out. Before you take that step you need to make sure you are ready with the preparation and commitment necessary so the dog does not have to relive this nightmare.

There are many different rescue organizations in every state. Many times each organization is focused on one breed although this is not always true. Most are well run and provide a valuable service to the misplaced canine as well as community in general. In terms of picking an organization, it is important that you pick one you can trust as there are some scam artists out there that will try to take advantage of the situation.

Sometimes there are even unscrupulous breeders …

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