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Self-evaluation for Dummies

In a recent article covering the the trial of some young men charged with attempts at terrorism, I remembered one key fact – the “ 286 more words

Behavioural Insight

The window seat in the coffee shop

Normally I hate sitting in the window seat of Costa, or Starbucks, or indeed any given café. We all know that cringeworthily awkward moment when you make eye contact with a person walking past right as you’re putting food in your mouth, and you think to yourself “I must look like a caveman.” Either that or you miss your mouth with the fork, consequently stabbing yourself in the lip and dropping your food, or giving yourself a third degree burn trying to bite through a hot slice of tomato in your panini, only to have the whole slice flop out of the bread and down your chin. 905 more words


Spring Challenge Progress, and a Ray of Hope

The Brianne Excursion

After getting Brianne’s number at La Barbecue in Austin, we start texting. She seems like a really cool person and we have a lot of similar interests. 5,907 more words


Self Sacrifice vs. Compromise

What exactly does it mean to compromise? So many times I have been asked the same daunting question that I have just posed to you. But when I reciprocated about what the definition was to each person, the answer was not what compromise actually means. 1,101 more words


I <3 the 80's - Welcome to VALUE and FORM!

Welcome to Homecoming Week – the 80’s! This is MY time!


  • 3.1Ac: Engage in constructive critique with peers, then reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision.
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My Jewish Experiment: Day One

I was listening to NPR on the way to work this morning, and the hosts mentioned that today was the first day of Rosh Hashanah.  One of the traditions of this very holy time is that Jews use the time between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to reflect on the year and spend time in self-evaluation and reflection. 559 more words


So Happy I Could Die..

I do not consider myself eloquent. Or even able to articulate my thoughts well enough. But I am not going to stop that from starting this blog and sharing with whomever is reading the events of my life that I would rather not keep to myself. 720 more words