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| Posted: Jul 27, 2015 | Ends: 12d, 13h |
We're looking for your best travel photos from your favorite trips including a river or lake. Fixed Fee Paid: $50 via elance plus you might win our $1000 prize! Minimum: 10 high quality travel photos Reply to this job with your proposed trip and 2-3 sample photos. Did you ski or hike near Lake Tahoe? Travel back into American history at Lake Champlain, New York? Boat across Lake George? Fish for trout or salmon in Lake Superior? Conque Class V rapids on the Colorado River? Scuba dive the volcanic formations of Crater Lake, Oregon? Wake board over Big Bear Lake in California? Explore the twists and tributaries of the Lake of the Ozarks? Meet the mouth of the Mississippi in Louisiana or see the source in Minnesota? Sit along the Seine in Paris? Take a river cruise on the Rhine to Cologne, Germany? Tour the vineyards of the Finger Lakes? Float the Mekong River to Angkor Wat? Rev your snowmobile on frozen Moosehead Lake, Maine? Ponder poetry in the woods near Walden Pond, Massachusett...
Category: Article Writing
Preferred Location: North America, Australia/Oceania
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| Posted: Jul 17, 2015 | Ends: 30d, 10h |
I am putting together a self-help book based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. This chapter is based on the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy's concept of "Fusion". So I am interested in candidates who have a knowledge in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and ARE WILLING TO READ RUSS HARRIS' BOOK "ACT MADE SIMPLE" (I will provide it in a pdf format) and few other chapters from different books that I will send. In this essay (NO MORE THAN 3,500 words) I would like you to talk about the concept of Fusion. Base your work on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy's Theoretical point of view. EVERYTHING THAT IS WRITTEN IN MY OUTLINE (WORD FOR WORD), WHICH I WILL BE SENDING TO THE INTERESTED CANDIDATES, ARE TAKEN FROM THE BOOK "ACT MADE SIMPLE" by Russ Harris (except the outline headings/my instructions that start with "talk about". So if you are planning to use any of the sentences below make sure you cite it. You might be wondering, "Russ ...