Embrace Discomfort

By | Blog | Friday, 21 June 2013 11:53
This is a longer blog about your growth as an individual. The insights within the article are not mine, but I found them relevant to conversations I have everyday with the people that surround me. Many people like to boast about new things they're doing, trying, in the process of learning, committing…
Do you have questions about health care reform? A lot of us do. This Q&A from our recent Health Care Reform meeting at M3 Insurance can help clear a few things up.   I've heard a lot about the health care reform law. When do the reforms become effective? The health…

Career Advice for Cubicle Warriors

By | Blog | Thursday, 16 May 2013 14:32
The internet never ceases to amaze me. Case in point: I bought a bowtie recently that is double sided. Stripes on one side, polka dots on the other. I wanted to tie it in a way that allowed only one pattern to be visible, which is actually quite difficult when…

Farmers' Market Family Pack

By | Blog | Wednesday, 01 May 2013 12:19
For the next month, Sharing Wishes would like to highlight the Farmers' Market Family Pack fundraising event. Our goal is to raise enough money for 10 Farmers' Market Family Packs, which are $75 per pack. Each pack includes $15 for 10 metro bus passes and $60 in the form of…

"Vacation" Notion

By | Blog | Tuesday, 16 April 2013 13:36
"Décor matters. Do you cringe at cloying posters of adorable kittens? Get over it. Several recent studies have made the peculiar claim that cute imagery enhances mental focus. The first, published in 2009, came out of the University of Virginia's psychology department and showed that viewing 'very cute images' of…

"Holy Jackets"

By | Blog | Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:30
I’m an admirer of tailored clothing, fitted suits, weathered shoes, and, in general, clothing with a sense of character. This kind of admiration isn’t held by everyone, but you know “dapper” and you know nice clothing when you see it. I came across a video called “Holy Jackets” while doing…

Hi, I'm a Computer

By | Blog | Wednesday, 20 March 2013 09:35
Inc. Magazine recently featured an article that highlighted a web designer’s outlook on life that I found superficial and unworthy of further thought when I read part of the piece’s title: “[…] Start treating people more like computers.” How could someone seriously take this idea and approach everyday conversation with…
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