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Buffett to Berkshire Shareholders: Be Prepared to Lose Half Your Money


There’s a price to pay if you want long-term riches.

Few investors can match the track record of investing performance that Warren Buffett has achieved, and longtime shareholders of… 719 more words


Moving to Verona, Italy

I moved to Italy over a month ago to start my 2nd study placement at Verona University. The first couple of weeks were very busy arriving and settling in, understanding the bus system, trying out new classes, finding my way around, meeting new people, going on an ESN trip to Bologna, and celebrating my 21st birthday. 522 more words


The Problem with Guilt Part 2: We Try to Make it Right

If we think we are guilty, then we believe we have done something wrong. When we do something wrong, we try to make it right. We make a mistake, we correct it. 219 more words


Recruiting Column: Quotes that will shape your recruiting experience

USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the recruiting process. This isn’t about where just the top five-star athletes are headed but rather a guide to the process and the pitfalls for student-athletes nationwide from… 1,068 more words


How (Not) to Get Past Impostor Syndrome

I used to think I’d feel like a real writer the first time I finished a book. For a long time, I could never stick with a project past the 30k mark, so getting all the way to the end of a novel-sized project would make me a writer, right? 693 more words

Writer's Life

Birth Plan

I am not sure how many of you create one, or if new parents out there have heard of one. Most doctors these days don’t even mention it anymore because they like to go with what they are given at the time of Labour. 126 more words


A year after the Appalachian Trail: Advice for new hikers

It’s hard to believe it has been almost a year since I began my Appalachian Trail thru-hike. This time last year, I was making final preparations to head down to Georgia. 1,522 more words

Appalachian Trail