Jeff Simons is a former Associated Press reporter with more than 30 years experience as a journalist and technical report writer. In addition to his professional writing experience, Jeff is an Associate Adjunct Professor with the University of Maryland’s distance education program.
Over the past three decades Jeff has published articles on a broad range of topics including environmental engineering, music, art, film, travel, crime, poverty, and politics. In addition, Jeff also co-wrote several high school textbooks during his tenure as a content editor with an Ohio educational publishing company. As a journalist and professor, Jeff has lived and worked in Japan, Okinawa, South Korea, and throughout the United States. Much of his travel writing has been inspired by his adventures in the U.S. Southwest and Central and South America.
Jeff lives with his wife Amanda and their beloved dog Ellie in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
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Recent Global Posts
Whitney Hopler wrote a new post, Well-Being with Whitney: Pursuing Happiness: TV and Movies, on the site Whitney Hopler 3 days, 6 hours ago
What is it that really makes us happy? A plethora of research studies have attempted to reveal the science behind happiness. One of the most popular ways of pursuing happiness is by watching a movie or television […]
One could argue that film, the precise blend of dialogue, visuals, special effects & music, is the ultimate form of communication. As a screenwriter (doing my small part to create films), appropriately […]
Brenda (B.K.) Walker wrote a new post, Egyptian Cat Goddess: The Rise of Bastet by T.S. C…, on the site Brenda (B.K.) Walker 5 days, 16 hours ago
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Whitney Hopler wrote a new post, Well-Being with Whitney: Lessons from the “Father of National Parks”, on the site Whitney Hopler 1 week, 3 days ago
Wholeheartedly pursuing creative ideas fans a flame of positive transformation. When famous naturalist John Muir — who is considered the father of national parks — passionately worked on his creative […]
Brenda (B.K.) Walker wrote a new post, Latest Book – HOPE: Finding the Path toward Happin…, on the site Brenda (B.K.) Walker 1 week, 5 days ago
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Mountains challenge us to consider our perspectives on every situation in our lives. Visiting a mountain inspires us to seek a higher perspective on whatever we’re thinking about at the time, which promotes our […]
Co-published by the National Association of Social Workers and Oxford University Press, the 20th edition of the Encyclopedia of Social Work is widely considered the cornerstone of reference in its field. This […]
Lassen Volcanic National Park, one of the parks I visited during this U.S. national park service centennial year, shows the incredible energy of volcanic activity at work. The park comes alive with boiling water […]
Looking into a lake is a beautiful reminder of the importance of reflection for our well-being. The water’s calm surface mirrors our reflection back to us, inspiring us to consider how we’re really doing at that […]