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Webster Dictionary defines a label as “ attach a category”. In today’s society we seem to want to assign labels to everything and everyone. Looking back, over the past several years, it is easy to see which label was “in” for that year or generation. 871 more words

Be The Change

Some questions have been stirring me up lately.

Why do I know so many kids fighting cancer, diabetes, ADHD and allergies?

Why does one in five kids use a prescription medication? 516 more words


LABELED: Adopted!!

It is a big worry of mine that A will go through his life with a big label on his forehead that states ADOPTED! It is never going to be a secret in our household, never something to be ashamed about, but I have to come to terms with the fact that I cant control other people’s actions. 398 more words

What do you want to be?

From an early age, people would ask me what I wanted to be when I was older. Now that I am 20 years old, and just a couple of years away from completing my education, this question has increased in both importance and frequency. 386 more words


My Official Apology to the United States Marine Corps

You’re probably thinking why I would need to apologise to the US Marine Corps. The answer is the fact that I resented them for one thing for the first two decades since I left that great organisation and that is that they didn’t solve all my problems for me. 944 more words

Labels Don't Lie...Right?

If you’re like my family, you’re concerned about what goes into the food we buy because it will ultimately affect our health either positively or negatively! 958 more words

Heard On Air

Labels for a New Winery -- Think -- But Don't Over Think

By. Neil Williamson, GMG

Working with new wineries I am amazed at the amount of time and energy put into the label creative process.  While I have written about the importance of being consistent and telling a unique story, time is a limited quantity and it is critical that the other marketing elements receive equal if not greater time than your label. 448 more words