Christiane Marshall

Christiane Marshall

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Christiane Marshall is a writer, editor and special education teacher living in Southeast Ohio. She holds a BA in Writing from Norwich University, an M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction from Union Institute & University, and an M.Ed. in Special Education from Grand Canyon University. She is also a mother of five grown children and two beautiful wee grandchildren.

ARTICLES WRITTEN BY Christiane

 

 

Building Bridges to Careers

Building Bridges To Careers It is fitting that our first print issue would include our thanks to BB2C staff and sponsors, plus all of its programming for what they have done for Marietta and Beyond, and most especially for the opportunities they create for area youth...

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Dr. Norris

FACESDr. David Norris DC, MS, DACBN, Doctor of Chiropractic Masters in Nutrition Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist  Dr Norris  The first thing you notice when you walk into Dr. Norris’ office is its simplicity. No fancy equipment. No office staff. There are...

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Teri Ann’s

FACESTeri Ann’s in downtown Marietta thrives through and after the “big store” phenomenon!If you’re old enough to remember the personalized customer service we got from the small stores – you might also remember wandering through the big stores searching for someone...

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Joe Momma’s Kitchen

If you've ever eaten at Joe Momma's Kitchen, you know they are very generous and usually donate their tips to causes. This month, they need to keep their tips and need our help.  Why don't we all give them a visit this month and help out a little!  Vegan and gluten...

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The Dilemma — Healing Naturally in 2019

This is an article that came up as a memory on facebook today. I wrote this in 2013, and a friend told me how to access it in the wayback machine. Years ago shortly after graduating from high school, I heard someone on the Phil Donahue show say that the family cook...

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Gluten Free Bread Recipe

My Love of Baking Bread Bread! It is so imprinted on our psyches. I can still smell my mother's white bread baking if I close my eyes! And if I sit a little longer with my eyes closed, I can hear my children's voices while they talked and kneaded bread with me in the...

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Sedentary Lifestyle, Osteopenia, Anxiety — Yoga Can Help

  I tried yoga for the first time last week, and it was on the rooftop of the Lafayette! How cool is that? I asked the instructor, Cat Lang-Bigley to tell me briefly what the benefits of yoga are for people over 50.  Here is what she said: Yoga for sedentary...

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A Cancer Scare

Let's talk about it. I just had one. After a few weeks of dark thoughts, fears, hope, appointments with medical people, waiting, diagnostics, waiting, more diagnostics, more waiting, I finally got relief from the anxiety. A bit sore, but the news was good for me....

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So How Does Food Heal? Or Does it?

  Can food heal your body? It's a good question. I used to have a website with the tagline: "Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food...Hippocrates." As I mentioned in my last article Food as Medicine, my focus at the time was on how food can prevent...

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Food as Medicine

Is there anything to the notion of healing with food? Does food really have the power to heal us beyond preventing disease? In other words, is it too late once disease sets in? This is the first of a series exploring this topic. In this first post, I'm introducing my...

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Three local businesses making an impact in the area

Can you give these three businesses a like today? Read below why I am asking this favor! Thank you so much! ~ Christiane BB2C  Smith Iron Works Back in Line Chiropractic Here are three businesses that are making an impact in the local area. I want to give them a shout...

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Social Anxiety — Is That What Ails You?

I'm going to be a bit vulnerable here, but only because someone reading might need this information. I don't think I have social anxiety disorder, but I do go through periods that seems pretty close. From the social anxiety test I link to below, I can see I don't...

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Alternatives TO Medicine

~Be sure to read the last paragraph. ~ editor A few years ago, I worked as an in-house personal chef. I called myself "The Healing Chef." I wanted to cook only food that would aid a person in healing. I'm resurrecting the healing chef in this column. I want to write...

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Are You an Entrepreneur? You May Be, Even if You Have a Job.

A local event you don't want to miss - MOVEE (Entrepreneurship Expo) - will feature workshops and networking for entrepreneurs. You may be surprised like I was, to learn that an entrepreneur is not necessarily someone who starts a business! You maybe an entrepreneur...

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Greatest Gig for Teachers — Company Expanding

“With over 60,000 teachers in the U.S. and Canada, VIPKid is the largest community of online English language teachers in the world, and the V+ initiative will complement cutting-edge teaching practices to help foster the next generation of global citizens.” VIPKid...

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We’re Back Online!!!

I need your help! Website Graffiti As many of you know, Marietta and Beyond has suffered some serious hacks. When I posted an SOS, someone recommended Adrian Chamberlain. He found that the hosting company's security "help" just put a band-aid on the problem each time,...

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We’re Back Online! Yeah!

I need your help! Website Graffiti As many of you know, Marietta and Beyond has suffered some serious hacks. When I posted an SOS, someone recommended Adrian Chamberlain. He found that the hosting company's security "help" just put a band-aid on the problem each time,...

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Earn Money at Home — Be Ready After Holidays!

SIGN UP NOW, then call me so I can help. I teach English to Chinese children online 6 days a week in the early morning. The company I work through is expanding rapidly. Last year they had under 20,000 teachers. At last count, they have 30,000 now and the market in...

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4 Things to Know About Lead Paint in a Home

Dangers of Lead Whether you live in an older home or are planning to move into one soon, you must educate yourself about the dangers of lead paint. Lead  not only affects children but adults can have adverse effects as well. The best way to protect yourself and your...

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7 Must-do Maintenance Items for Summer

Summer is heating up! As the season changes, there is a fresh list of home maintenance items to complete. From ensuring that your a/c unit keeps working in the summer heat to preventing more work for yourself in the garden, here are a list of 7 home maintenance tasks...

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