Monthly Archives: January 2015

Why I Work Out (it’s not the reasons you think)

The single most annoying question I have ever been asked in my life is “Why do you work out/run?  You’re skinny and don’t need to.”  The question annoys me because it makes the false assumptions that 1 – If people … Continue reading

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Why You Should Have a Doctor (Even if you don’t need one)

This past August I began a new career venture into the medical field.  I was already familiar with a call center environment given my nearly 3 years spent working in one for Bank of America.  I was not, however, prepared … Continue reading

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Happiness Isn’t Easy

Happy people fascinate me.  You know the kind I’m talking about – the ones who seem to always see the light at the end of the tunnel, who have glasses half full and are just upbeat and fun to be … Continue reading

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Goodbye Again Facebook, Hello Again Blog

My one and only New Year’s Resolution this year is to write more.  I know that’s very vague and it is said that goals should be specific such as “I will write 3 blogs per week” so that you can … Continue reading

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