Samantha Shelley

Samantha Shelley is a student of Communication and Advertising at BYU-Idaho, who also works as a copywriter for Soapbox Agency. She is an avid promoter of happiness, being active, and Taylor Swift. In her spare time she enjoys singing, playing guitar, dancing, building ponds, and watching videos of kittens doing adorable things. Though currently 21 and unmarried, Samantha plans to one day have a family big enough to sing in at least 8-part harmonies. She would also like her children to continue her British accent, but fears that living in America may be detrimental to that goal. If anyone knows of any ways to preserve British accents, please contact her immediately.

Samantha Shelley is a student of Communication and Advertising at BYU-Idaho, who also works as a copywriter for Soapbox Agency. She is an avid promoter of happiness, being active, and Taylor Swift. In her spare time she enjoys singing, playing guitar, dancing, building ponds, and watching videos of kittens doing adorable things. Though currently 21 and unmarried, Samantha plans to one day have a family big enough to sing in at least 8-part harmonies. She would also like her children to continue her British accent, but fears that living in America may be detrimental to that goal. If anyone knows of any ways to preserve British accents, please contact her immediately.

Having a baby changes a lot of things in your life, but it doesn’t change your rights in the workplace. If you’re aware of what you’re entitled to, you can continue working in a way that is beneficial for both you and your employer. Here are a few things to keep in mind when going back to work after having a baby: ...

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Cystic Fibrosis

Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by from Blogs
It's easy to become overwhelmed with the challenges the disease brings, but with the help of doctors and other health professionals, you should have everything you need to manage the condition most effectively. Cystic fibrosis, or "mucoviscidosis," is an inherited genetic disorder that affects the lungs and digestive ...

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Proper nutrition is important for any child, but particularly one with cystic fibrosis. Sufferers of the disease often need 20-30% more calories than those without it, and as a result, many patients with cystic fibrosis do not eat as much as their body needs. Part of this is due to malabsorption by the pancreas, as cystic fibrosis affects the ...

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Starting a family is an exciting prospect, and definitely something we can be eager to just start already! But before the stork arrives, it’s a good idea to try and do all the things you soon won’t be able to do. I sat down and thought about what some of those things might be. Here are a few of my suggestions! ...

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While you're pregnant, it’s important to be aware of your rights as a working woman, whether you’re trying to get a job or keep your existing one. It can be difficult knowing what is and isn’t appropriate, and sometimes employers themselves won’t know, so make sure you do! ...

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Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration honoring African history and serves to give black people an opportunity to rejoice in their heritage. Whether or not you’re a part of this culture, you and your kids can enjoy getting involved in some fun Kwanzaa activities. ...

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Maybe I'm completely out-of-touch, but when I think "skateboarding crews" I think of Red Bull-swilling hooligans that hang around on street corners trying to socially dominate me with their impressive skate moves and threatening eye contact (which I avoid making at all costs.) That's almost definitely an inaccurate ...

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  If there's one thing I don't enjoy, it's people touching my stomach — it just reminds me of the washboard abs I don't have. Fortunately, as a non-pregnant person, occasions when that might occur are pretty limited. The people in my life are mostly normal, I'm rarely around touchy strangers, ...

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