Oakland, California (PressExposure) October 02, 2007 -- The Depot completes a new Lunchbox Learning site. What in the world is Lunchbox Learning? It is a concept, and in this instance, a stress reliever designed for people who hate to write but they have to, ergo-international employees, employees who multi-task, graduate students and those going from homemaker to bread-maker. It is called "Lunchbox Learning" because the atmosphere is leisurely, the information is compact and can be absorbed and applied in the short time that it takes a busy person to eat lunch. The Depot is sponsored by Alia's Academic Service.
Technology has created a new, global society. The terrain stretches across the world encompassing a network of fast moving, fast thinking inhabitants. Itâs need for speed demands faster learning and faster application and written communication is more in demand than ever. The problemâ¦many people cannot write but jobs and circumstance demand that they do.
The Depot [http://www.askalia.squarespace.com] is a new teaching blog where busy commuters world-wide are encouraged to stop and get the information they will need to make their chore of writing easier. When someone knows what to do and how to do it, getting it done quickly and relatively stress free is a lot easier to accomplish.
Business and Academic writing is made simple through step-by-step instructions and when necessary, visuals. The blogâs tone is conversational, casual, motivational, and fun. Articles (sometimes controversial) will be available to help stimulate positive conversations. And it is all free.
Alia Curtis, owner of Aliaâs Academic Service ([http://www.aliaedits.com]) and freelance writer, offers her teaching and writing experience and commitment to making The Depot ([http://www.askalia.squarespace.com]) a great place to get the motivation and refreshers you need to start (or sometimes end) your day. For further information, contact Alia Curtis 510.763.8806