Monthly Archives: January 2014

It’s A Small World Afterall

Everyone comes from a certain set of circumstances. Growing up in the midwest, east, west, south. Those of us who attended college either joined a sorority/fraternity or didn’t. We know our local hangouts, and our local hangups. It’s what makes … Continue reading

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8 Ways You Can Support a Cause Other than Donating Money

Throughout the year, countless people across the nation set aside the time to raise awareness for a cause and show support for those fighting life-threatening illnesses. While many of them often give donations (since unfortunately funds don’t raise themselves and … Continue reading

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Come Together

We all take our sides, don’t we? Packers or Bears? Beatles or Stones? Paper, or plastic? It’s how we define ourselves in a way, the little things, the choices we make and the sides we take. But taking a side, … Continue reading

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Did you know National Rubber Duck Day is Coming Up?…

The older I get, the faster my calendar seems to fill up in the new year. People get engaged over the holidays and send out ‘set the dates’, vacations for upcoming months are planned, new school semesters start up, and … Continue reading

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What goes up, must come down

Resolutions sounded like such a good idea on the 31st of December. Especially on your second martini. Super achievable. You’ll be 10 pounds lighter with the job of your dreams by February, tops… and then, say, 3 January pops up … Continue reading

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