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How I met your mother

So I’m never going to forget this happened last year. Josh Radnor was kind enough to read my article, and send a very kind message back!

Letting Go of the Need to Control

This is a skill I need to conquer. I am constantly needing to be in control and plan everything out to the point where nothing could go wrong.   287 more words

Week 11: Reputation Management

With so many platforms available for consumers to use, many brands now face the problem of managing an onslaught of feedback. Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Instagram, TripAdvisor, and Foursquare are only some of the outlets that consumers have available to voice their concerns. 288 more words


Four Perks of Not Using a Multimedia Phone

I don’t use a multimedia phone because I cannot afford one. If you find this funny, fuck you. But if a remote part of your heart feels pity for me and is saying, “Let’s help this poor bloke get a good phone”, we got to talk after you’re done reading this post because even if I’m writing about the perks of not using a multimedia phone, I’m tired of not using a multimedia phone, but let’s save that for our conversation. 377 more words

5 Things Ted And Tracy Mosby Taught Me About True Love

Everybody has an inner Ted Mosby. As much as we deny it, we all want that happy-ever-after with an amazing person standing in the middle of the rain, holding a yellow umbrella amidst all the blue French horns we claimed to love. 959 more words

One Last Life Lesson from Professor Ted Mosby

I recently finished the final season of How I Met Your Mother and it contained so many feels it had me crying. (Yes, it is okay for a grown man to cry) It really is remarkable how much you connect to a TV show after 9 years but when the final credits rolled showing all the characters from the first season it really hits you just how much has changed. 598 more words

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Love is the Best Thing We Do

If someone told me six years ago that I would write a romance novel I would have laughed. I had a fear of commitment, I wanted to gag at the sight of roses or if I heard anything that sounded romantic. 242 more words