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Conditions without Awareness Ribbons

Even with nearly 500 different causes represented by awareness ribbons, there are those that are not. Here are a few that we found that do not appear to be associated with a specific ribbon color: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy – Knowledge … Continue reading

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Infographic: Awareness Ribbons by the Numbers

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Have We Reached Awareness Ribbon Saturation

Walking down the street on your way to get lunch, you see a young man walk by with a blue awareness ribbon pin on his lapel. But wait – what’s he raising awareness of? Is it for victim’s rights? Hurricane … Continue reading

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Custom Pins That Promote Your Podcast

It’s official… I’m obsessed with podcasts! More specifically, Meghan Rienks podcast. I have been a long-time viewer of YouTube personality and actress Meghan Rienks YouTube channel. When she announced she was starting a podcast titled “Don’t Blame Me”, I at … Continue reading

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Labor Day Legacy

Labor day is a reminder of the power of the people. It’s a legacy of people coming together for a common cause, and the result is something you see every day in American work places. Whether it’s an office or … Continue reading

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Uncle Sam Wants YOU

Revolutionary war heroes, pirates, smuggling, and the birth of our country… what do all of these have in common? They are the reason and the inspiration for America’s first officially recognized branch of the military: The Coast Guard! Dreamed up by … Continue reading

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It’s Getting Better All the Time

I’m guilty of it. I think any millennial is, as well as a majority of Americans in general. We’re glued to our phones. Cell phones used to be a form of safety when on the road or away from home, … Continue reading

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Wear your Pride Proudly

We all just want to belong, don’t we? Honestly, I think acceptance is right up there with food, shelter, and a purpose in life when it comes to the most important things to everyone, regardless of who you are or … Continue reading

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April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month

I never really knew about it. Parkinson’s. But to tell you the truth, if someone mentioned it the first thought that comes to mind is Michael J. Fox. For those of you not familiar with Parkinson’s, it’s a long-term degenerative … Continue reading

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Be Autism Friendly!

I’ll be the first to admit that at a party, I’m the one in the corner or the back of the room, hopefully having found the host’s pet cat or dog to hang out with. I’m painfully shy and struggle … Continue reading

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