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Less Than 48 Hours With Natalie

Before we all knew it, we were heading into the middle of October, and graduation almost seemed tangible.  Well, almost.  Natalie asked if she could swing through New York on her way to Boston, and after looking at my schedule, I sent her a text saying, “HELL YEA!”  A visit from Natalie was just what I needed.   1,053 more words

How to be MASSIVELY successful in your social life.

Very often, we look at socially successful people and only notice the obvious.

We see what everyone else can see:

They have many friends,

Lots of access,

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Lifes Lessons

day 43

We all graduated BCIT 6 years ago and we meet quarterly ever since. Missing a couple travel bugs.

2015 Project 365

Welcome To My World

How many people in your lifetime do you truly welcome into your private world?   How many people, who are friends and not family, do you share your entire life with?     394 more words

Helping

"Forever a Temple-Emanu-El Kid"

By: Abby Kaye-Phillips

I can clearly remember the moment when I realized that Uncle Seymour was not actually my uncle. This came as a shock to me and every other kid growing up in the 90’s and early 00’s who knew that a Shabbat afternoon wasn’t complete until Seymour Krieger gave you a handful of Sunkist fruit gems. 535 more words

Jenny + A Bakers Dozen = Berlin, Germany

(View from the train on my way from Frankfurt to Berlin)

We were both 16 when Jenny flew over the pond to live in my village for a year. 323 more words

If you're willing to Listen, Life is willing to Teach you

Last week a friend of mine wasn’t feeling so chipper, so I wanted to do something nice for her. We agreed to meet up at the end of the week, when both our schedules seemed to align. 857 more words

Weekly Thoughts