Author: Lynn Sager

What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?

Something to think about on this Fourth of July… *  *  *  * If you found this post interesting, please share it with your friends on social media. Don’t forget to take a moment to explore our website, join our mailing list, take one of our Internet classes, or write a comment bellow. Where to next? Navigating Life Kid’s Embassy Navigator’s Blog  Order Books Online Classes and Videos Contact Us Join Our Mailing List Search for: Order Books A River Worth Riding: Fourteen Rules for Navigating Life Navigating Life Through Turbulent Tides A Captain’s Workbook and Log A Kid’s Global...

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I Have Been Made a Superhero

One of my online students has started a website,, where she intends to Cut Through the Craziness of a Whackadoodle World I have to admit that I am a proud parent who wants to show her off. Here is a link to her first post entitled, Name that Fallacy: Covid-19 is Like the Flu. Be sure to leave a comment for her. Oh, she has given me a superhero name. I’m Tutoria, and I even sport a superhero look. Let me know what you think. *  *  *  * If you found this post interesting, please share it with your...

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Teaching Logic in a Whackadoodle World

In a world swirling with illogic, a frustrated mother hires an online tutor to help her daughter make sense of it all. The lessons they share provide a blueprint in critical thinking that we can all use in a wold surrounded by fake news, non sequiturs, ad hock excuses, and poor reasoning. Part story, part logic class, Teaching Logic in a Whackadoodle World takes its readers on a humorous journey though the many logical fallacies that permeate our politics and our world.

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Invisible Friends Series: How to Give Constructive Criticism

“I actually don’t like the term constructive criticism,” he said shaking his head. “It sends the wrong message.”
“How do you mean?”
“Well criticism is pointing out what someone has done wrong. That’s never constructive. It’s one of those oxymorphisism thingies.”
“You mean oxymoron?”
“Yeah, like if I say that’s a giant shrimp, or it’s an open secret. Same thing with constructive criticism. The only thing criticism ever does is make people defensive, or depressed. It never builds anything constructive.”

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