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So I was sent home from work

I think last time someone sent me home for being sick I was probably 11. But to be honest, it was a relief. I don’t really pay attention to colds. 235 more words

Kickstarter Musings

I love watching things on Kickstarter (and deciding whether to back them or not) for many reasons: being able to contribute to discussions; seeing what stretch goals there are and wondering if they will be met; and then the excitement of knowing that one day unannounced in the future if I back a package will arrive on my doorstep. 221 more words

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I found a secret.

“I cannot find happiness,” most say.

I used to ask the same. But you know what?

All along, they were looking at the wrong direction. 42 more words


The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch

In 2011, a good friend of mine recommended that I check out Randy’s book. Without spoiling the contents, he encouraged me to think about the premise the author offered as the reason to call his creation The Last Lecture. 648 more words

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The Pursuit of Happiness by Douglas Kennedy

A tragic love story spanning a lifetime

The year is 1945 and Sara Smythe reluctantly attends her brother, Eric’s, Thanksgiving Eve party. She is swept away by the enigmatic gate-crasher, Jack Malone. 403 more words


Let's talk about Zayn

When Zayn left One Direction, I was for lack of a better word, devastated. There were many reasons for me to be upset, most of which, people who aren’t fans of the band could never understand. 776 more words

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From the vantage of the 21st century, Marcus Aurelius is one of the most appealing characters of Roman antiquity.  Not only a Roman emperor, but a good one, who administered the affairs of state in the public interest and didn’t abuse his authority, but also a thoughtful man, a philosopher, whose private commonplace book, “To Myself”, remains in print today as… 1,210 more words

The Pursuit Of Happiness