Monthly Archives: September 2011

Unused Potential

[another oldie but goodie being moved over from Facebook. Enjoy] Unused Potential by Laurissa Doonan What follows was my present to myself when I turned 40. It was a chance for a clean start. I posted it on ebay and … Continue reading

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How do you know Jason?

Do you know him as an inner city high school teacher? A rich architect who helps rebuilding efforts globally after natural disasters? Do you know him as a great help in planning your high school reunion outside of Boston, but … Continue reading

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Blog Traffic

I just saw on my blog stats that someone found my post by searching on “healthy living credits.” I sure hope that’s from someone who read my blog already, because the thought that someone is seriously googling that makes me … Continue reading

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Social Media: It’s not just for seniors

I am nearing another precipice of change, as I inch closer to changing to the next marketing demographic age group. I will no longer be able to check the same survey boxes when they ask age ranges. Strangely enough, even … Continue reading

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A Case of the Giggles

I get the giggles sometimes, as expected as the most inappropriate times. I don’t get them nearly as often as I used to and I assumed that was because of age. I’m not referring to the girly giggles, where you … Continue reading

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Back to School Night

When we meet with co-workers, look at companies, interview potential employees, employers or vendors we learn their background and credentials. We do not get that information from teachers in our schools. Why is it we just assume our teachers are … Continue reading

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10 Years and 1 Day Ago

10 years and 1 day ago we were a nation divided by a political system that was polarizing, an economy that was tumbling, and confusing and uncertain time. 10 years and 1 day ago the middle east was a political … Continue reading

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