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Forget Formality, Homeowners Want More Space

Not a surprise: homeowners rarely use their formal dining rooms. 

According to the survey, 21 percent of homeowners ages 18-59 rarely use their formal dining room while 17 percent said they rarely use their formal living room. 193 more words


We've Become A Generation Of "No Thanks"

I try not to speculate too much about the future. What’s the point, really?

Like when someone asks me on a job interview where i think i’ll be in 5 years, i can’t help but answer with something absurd – O… 595 more words

In Search of Impact: Why I'm Leaving a Great Job in D.C. to Volunteer in Central America

Five years ago, I moved to Washington, D.C. Inspired by a candidate, the 2008 election was a call to service for me. I saw his candidacy as a rallying cry for young Millennials like myself not only to use our newly inherited voting power to elect a transformative leader, but to also embody that spirit by pursuing meaningful and service-oriented careers. 928 more words


4 Common Sense Ways to Make Student Loans Less Awful

Yesterday, I read an article on Policy Mic about the comparative costs of higher education. In short, America SUCKS when it comes to college students. 703 more words

Culture And Society

WORSHIP & Comparions of Ancient-style vs. Future-style

by Bob Whitesel from Inside the Organic Church: Learning from 12 emerging Congregations (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2006).

Figure: A Partial Comparison of Ancient-Future Elements[i] 490 more words


5 'Bad' Millennial Traits That Are Actually Good for Entrepreneurs

I’ll be the first to admit it: We millennials have a bad rep. They say we’re lazy, ungrateful and that we don’t grow up fast enough. 658 more words


Stop Making 'Busy' a Bad Word

I’ve been meaning to write this blog post for a while, but ironically, I’ve been too busy.

Over the past few months there’s been this huge… 441 more words