Neal Saye here. I live in gorgeous and historic Savannah, Georgia. I’m a retired English professor. I retired from Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University and ESL at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I’m now exploring this (trying to decide on an appropriate adjective here) part of my life by examining what makes us happy, sad, angry, excited, purposeful, etc. I hope you will join me on this journey and offer your input, observations, critiques or whatever. We still have so much to discover!

Email: sayeneal@gmail.com

19 thoughts on “A Little ABOUT NEAL

  1. “Most Approachable Professor” Award and “Funniest Professor” Award from your peers, that’s an impressive endorsement. You have book knowledge, wisdom and a sense of humor, now that’s the best combination of all, I think, when it comes to making people feel good about themselves.

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  2. Hey Neal, we never talked about it the other night but do you know Robert Holden, I consider him the Happiness guru from Great Britain. It seems you happiness guys have great senses of humor…….go figure! Anyway, we have read his books and just love him. I also have one of his recent Hay House talks that I’d love to share with you if you’d like.

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  3. If you’d been my teacher (way back when), my school memories would be memorable.
    Before my daughter was born (she’s now 16), I worked for Prentice Hall Publishers, High School Division. During my eleven years, I observed many teacher-based focus groups. There were certain teachers who gave valued feedback – I pictured them as I read your About.
    I am a substitute teacher now. Some days I teach, other days I might be act as a teaching assistant. When I wear the assistant hat, I have the privilege of observation. Every so often there is a special teacher, one who teaches, interacts and truly enjoys the job. I think wow, both the instructor and the students are lucky.

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