Monthly Archive: November 2013

Nov 28

I’m Thankful for My Less-Than-Spectacular Life

Happy Thanksgiving! As I write this in the early morning hours of Turkey Day, the one thing you have to do is think about the things for which you are thankful. Actually, I’ve been doing this for about a week now, as my life could be a whole lot worse than it is right now. …

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Nov 27

Why I Love Poker

love of poker

I love poker. Unfortunately, I haven’t played online in a while. The site that I use did a complete overhaul of their software. Not only is the layout completely different, albeit better, but part of the overhaul meant changing their server provider. So, you had to take a “scenic route” to get the update by …

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Nov 25

Choose a College Major You Like

choosing a college major

It Makes Little Difference in the Long Run Results from the latest study by ACT found that 1/3 of college freshmen are choosing a major that’s a ‘poor’ fit for their interests. Although the study of more than 1.2 million 2013 high school graduates also found that another 1/3 are choosing a major that’s a …

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Nov 22

9 Empowering Songs for Kicking Ass and Taking Names

I first came up with this blog post idea a long time ago when, in my SuperBetter account, I created “listen to an empowering song” as a power-up. I had a few on my iPod, came across a few more, and decided it would be cool to put them all together in a list post. …

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Nov 19

Bullet Journal, New Gigs, and Getting Things Back Together

Thanksgiving

Been spending my time over the past few weeks working to get everything back together. I think much of it crumbled from under me because I wasn’t spending enough time working, and because I didn’t spend any time planning my branding. For my branding, I just threw something together, never really thought about, and so …

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Nov 10

Why You Should Hire Me to Manage Your Social Media

social media marketing

Social media is a daily time commitment. If you, or your company, isn’t willing to commit the time, then one of two things need to happen. Either limit the number of social networks you use to something that’s manageable, or outsourcing your social media marketing. If you are choosing the latter, partly because you don’t …

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Nov 08

5 Recent Research Findings that Challenge Notions of Politics and Society

recent political research

Of the many things that go unreported in major news outlets, one of those things are the research findings from major universities. Granted, research does get coverage from time to time, especially if its proven that video games are good for you. And, granted, not all research coming out of a major university deserves press …

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Nov 06

Creating a Wiki, or Sticking with a Blog?

creating a wiki

Many months ago, I came across wikis for several of my favorite video games, only to find that there really weren’t any wikis about current affairs or business topics. A couple have been started, covering things such as green politics, politics in Canada, and business in general, but none of the wikis look taken care …

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Nov 05

5 Countries Threatened by Climate Change

countries threatened by climate change

It’s easy to say there’s no scientific consensus on climate change when it’s not your home that’s in jeopardy. Even though the United States isn’t going to be swallowed by rising sea levels (well, not exactly true when you consider Kivalina, Alaska), the country as a whole isn’t at risk of nonexistence. We may lose …

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Nov 04

The Value of an Accountability Buddy

accountability buddy

In case you haven’t yet noticed on this blog, Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More than Your Peers Ever, is a great book. It’s worth checking out if you’re interested in ways to continue learning, to get an education without spending a ton of money on college, or …

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