Katie Anderson

Katie Anderson

Freelance writer from Atlanta, GA still looking for that perfect job, or really any decent full-time job. Part freelance writer, part consultant, part salesperson, and almost complete nerd. Writes a lot about student loans. Tries to be funny.
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5/18/2012

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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Masters of Public Health in Mental Health Public Policy

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All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost.

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  • Seeing Beyond the Costume
    With all the recent opinions on how girls fit into geek culture, it's time that a girl's opinion was heard. It's not all sexy costumes and fawning fanboys. Sometimes, it's not fun at all.
  • Spec Ops: The Line Video Game Review
    The newest offering from 2K Games, Spec Ops: The Line (rated M) follows Captain Walker and his Delta Recon Team on their mission to find and rescue survivors from the desert wasteland of Dubai, 6 months after an apocalyptic sandstorm buries the city.
  • Being Big Enough for the Fourth of July
    Being old enough to handle fireworks on the Fourth of July is an important rite of passage in a kid's life. At age 7, I wasn't quite ready. My younger brother found that out the hard way.
  • Disney-Pixar's Brave: Video Game Review
    Based on the Disney-Pixar summer movie by the same name, the solidly enjoyable Brave follows Princess Merida on her quest to break the curse of Mor’du and turn her mother and brothers back to human.
  • The Astrophysicist and the Napkin
    25 years of research, and it all ended with a napkin. I suppose that's fitting, as it all began with a different napkin, in a different breakfast nook, in a different state, in a different decade. But that's another story. This one is better.
  • Peachtree City Georgia Fourth of July Events, 2012
    A look at six Fourth of July festivals for 2012 in Peachtree City, GA and the surrounding areas. Each activity is free or low-cost, and promises to be fun for the whole family.
  • 30 Words for Prince William's 30th Birthday
    Prince William turns 30 on June 21. We asked contributors to send along birthday wishes, goals and suggestions -- in 30 words or less.
  • Easy-To-Make Underwater Play Scene
    Make a fun underwater play scene using an old shoe box, construction paper, pom-poms, and pipe cleaners. An easy-to-make craft for kids ages 4 and up.
  • Things Video Game Store Customers Say
    Anyone who has ever worked retail can tell you a story or two about customers who just didn't seem to get it. The following are eleven real-life conversations with customers in a video game store.
  • Madagascar 3: The Video Game for Wii Game Review
    Madagascar 3: The Video Game follows everyone’s favorite escaped zoo animals: Marty, Alex, Gloria, Melman, several crazy-smart penguins, and one just plain crazy lemur as they perform their way through Europe in an attempt to get back home.
  • Voting for Obama in 2012
    Four years can be a very long time when you're young and struggling to make your way in life. Sometimes the hardest lesson is being willing to look closely at all your options and make a change in your thinking.
  • The Top 10 Worst Things to Say to a Person in Debt
    As a finance blogger, I hear a lot of bad advice about debt and student loans. Each time I hear a new one, I write it down and add it to the list. This article is my Top 10 Worst list.
  • How a Honda CR-V Saved My Life
    The best car I ever owned was the one that saved my life. When a drunk driver slammed into my car hard enough to send my car barrel-rolling down the road, it was the Honda safety features that not only saved my life, but saved me from serious injury.

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